Sean Askew

Sean Askew, an Autor, a father.

Part 30 – Aru Hito no Densho Yasuda Ryu Ninjutsu

Before delving into the forthcoming translated segment of the Yasuda Ryū ninjutsu densho, it is crucial to elucidate the subject of the next chapter: Okidōgu (置道具). Uncommon in the realm of ninjutsu or military strategy, this term finds its roots in the world of theater and drama. The enigmatic author of the densho appears to employ it […]

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As I have stated before, the Togakure Ryu is real!!!

I am thrilled to share my latest addition to my Japanese martial arts densho collection, and the excitement is well-founded. In my first book, “The Hidden Lineage,” I delved into the plausible theory suggesting that the Bujinkan’s Toda-family ninjutsu lineage, as presented by Takamatsu Sensei, is a fabrication, a false lineage. This, however, shouldn’t come

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苦無Kunai: Unveiling the Versatility and Craft of the Shinobi Toolkit

The kunai serves as a captivating symbol of the shinobi’s resourcefulness and adaptability, embodying their ability to repurpose everyday items for unconventional tasks. Originally conceived as a humble gardening tool with a leaf-shaped blade and handle, the kunai’s widespread availability during the Warring States and Edo periods made it a prime candidate for inclusion in

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