Muso Shinden-ryu

Systems: iaijutsu/kenjutsu (odachi)
Date founded: late Muromachi period (ca. 1590)
Founded by: Hayashizaki Jinsuke Shigenobu (progenitor); Nakayama Hakudo (Hiromichi), revisor
Present representative/headmaster: no current headmaster
Primarily located in: all over Japan; main centers in Tokyo, Saitama, Kanagawa


Resources
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Web Site  History of Muso Shinden-ryu
From the European Iaido Federation's web site
Web Site  Iaido--the way of drawing the sword.
Iaido at the Renbukan, Eindhoven, the Netherlands
Web Site  KFUM Uppsala Iaido Club - Muso Shinden-ryu
Muso Shinden-ryu in Sweden
Web Site  Muso Shinden Ryu
Curriculum outline by Al Bowers
Web Site  Muso Shinden Ryu at the Shinzen Dojo
In French
Web Site  Muso Shinden-ryu
Video of tate-hiza by Furyu's Wayne Muromoto
Web Site  Muso Shinden-ryu Sanshinkai
At the Asian Martial Arts Center in New Jersey
Web Site  New York Budokai
Phil Ortiz's group in New York City.
Web Site  Nichibukan Iaido
Muso Shinden-ryu in the New York City area.
Web Site  Pacific Northwest Kendo Federation Iaido
Muso Shinden-ryu dojo list
Web Site  Tachi Uchi no Kurai
by Eli Steenput
Web Site  A description of Shoden, from Omori-ryu
Detailed description.

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