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    Does anyone know of a general reference point of Muso Jikiden Eishin Ryu which describes each kata with their Japanese names that could be used as a supplement to learning Muso Jikiden Eishin Ryu?

    Please let me know.

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    You may find this useful, its a translation of Iwata Norikazu senseis' book on MJER on my old friend Colin Watkin's excellent site. The guidelines contained within are more important than just learning the names!!

    http://www.bunbun.ne.jp/~sword/Kiso1.html

    When my own site is up and running (again) it will include a name list for the waza. I have just been given a scroll with them all on, including the tachi uchi no kurai, albeit in Japanese, which is about six feet long!!

    Tim

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    • #3
      MJER

      Thanks! Very helpful. Please let me know when your site is up and running.

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        website is back up at http://chidokan.tripod.com/
        I've stuck on a list of waza names (nearly finished!) Hopefully they wont take this one down without warning like last time just because its on a free page area... I forgot how rubbish I am at typing, its taking me ages to put back what I lost!

        Tim

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        • #5
          TRY; THE ART OF JAPANESE SWORDSMANSHIP by Nicklaus Suino
          1994 Weatherhill books

          I really don't like the way it is illustrated but it is a great way
          to jog the memory... Tom

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          • #6
            yes its a good book, I quite enjoyed it. Very little in English at a reasonable level of understanding, I have some in Japanese but they take ages to translate ( especially if you are a bit stupid like me!). I wish some publishers would get some of the older books and get them translated, I'm sure they would do well over in the West...

            Tim

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