Is the Bansenshukai even worth the paper it is written on???

Is the Bansenshukai even worth the paper it is written on??? Of course, I’m kidding but only partially… Credibility is defined as the quality of being trusted. In literature, having a credible text means that the information therein is reputable and a trusted source for those looking for information on the subject. In this post, …

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Part 25 of the Yasuda Ryu Ninjutsu Densho – On Movements After the Attack

攻撃後の動きの事 攻撃後の帰路及び其の方向は(別の口伝あれど)その時の状況によるも、忍出たる (通ったる道)道を利用するをよしとすれど、敵に知られ、または忍が出たる道を利用せば、危険とする場合ままあり。 この時は小流または色々の地物等を利用し、これが方向を誤らぬよう注意し、予定の集結地点に速かに取り付く事。よいな。 口口伝別にあり。 The way back after an attack and the direction of the return journey (though there are other oraltraditions) will depend on the circumstances of the time, but it is better to take the road that one hastaken to get there. If the enemy knows your route, or if you use …

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Bujinkan has a fascinating history and lineage

The Bujinkan has a fascinating history and lineage, but due to that heritage it often draws the attention of skeptics and critics. Quite literally it gets nitpicked to no end, mainly because of the identity of the characters of its origin story. It is basically like an English school of traditional archery, quarterstaff, or even swordsmanship, …

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