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  • Articles about jodo, SMR jojutsu, connected schools (like jutte, kusarigama, etc.)

    Hi!

    There are a lot of articles, interviews, books in kendo.
    I would like to read some history, stories, articles, interviews, etc. in jodo/jojutsu topic.
    Interviews with senseis would be especially interesting!
    Do you know any good resources?
    I found an interesting one from Andy Watson sensei on kenshi247, but sadly no follow up for years.

    Thank you all if you can contribute with a link, suggestion or anything

    Regards
    Feldin

  • #2
    From the Sei Ryu Kai perspective there are materials including sensei interviews on several pages of

    http://www.misogi.org/ (SMR in Nagoya - use the menu to select pages labeled in English, unless you have fluent Japanese of course)

    http://park8.wakwak.com/~enjoy/english.htm




    Beyond Sei Ryu Kai, posters on this site have been responsible for several resources:

    There is the online version of Krieger Sensei's book originally made available by Fred one version is at
    http://www.scribd.com/doc/36071752/P...y-of-the-Stick


    You have already found the excellent Andy Watson pages on
    http://kenshi247.net/blog/2010/03/01...-lateral-view/


    Then there is Kim Taylors article on the history of SMR drawing on Matsui Kenji
    http://www.ejmas.com/jnc/jncart_taylor_0900.htm (you should follow EJMAS anyway )


    There is also the link collection on Koryu.com
    http://www.koryu.com/guide/muso.html

    A Kuroda line SMR group in Nagoya put up a site several years ago
    http://www.shindomusoryu.com/index.htm

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    • #3
      Aden, thank you!

      Looking forward for more from more people

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      • #4
        Aden, where is Sei Ryu Kai connected?
        I know there is the Fukuoka line and the Tokyo line and Krieger senseis line.
        Thanks!

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        • #5
          Sei Ryu Kai originated in Tokyo, established by Nishioka Sensei. Listed them first as thats where I started my SMR (was straight ZNKR kendo/jo/iai practitioner before that).

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