Discussion in 'Koryu Bujutsu' started by Kogusoku, Nov 27, 2007.
Toyama Ryu Iai. Not koryu though.
Tennen Rishin ryu iaido maybe?
Tennen Rishin Ryu is Kenjutsu properly...My bets on Toyama with Scott or Tamiya Ryu Iai (Although that's not Australia last I read..France and America), or possibly Tatsumi Ryu and instead of "heiho" he's been taught the Iaijutsu first so assumed that was the name..
It had better not be Takeuchi Ryu Iai....Or I kill a man in the UK for spreading the rubbish he teaches too far, too fast..
Damn, this is pretty good fun...
Cool - koryu hangman. Anyone wanna play?
Me first - is there an 'M' in it...?
"koryu hangman"? I'm guessing that ends in seppuku rather than hanging? :Angel:
And to stay on track, I'm not studying a koryu and hadn't even heard of koryu before I started moderating this forum and reading the posts of Kogusoku and others. I reckon I'll sit back and "observe" the forum - ie read it and learn, whilst telling people I'm moderating
TRI = Tenshin Ryu Iai?
No, there's no Tennen Rishin-ryu in Australia at this time.
Wouldn't be a guy who's initials are C & M would it?
Would I say that publicly?
There it is.
Before any other TRI's are wrongly accused - fifthchamber is correct with Tamiya Ryu Iaijutsu - koryu iai in Australia wise its the new kid on the block, only been taught here in Oz for @ 5 years.
Nice one, I didn't know Tamiya-ryu was being taught in Oz. This is Tsumaki Sensei's line in Kanagawa-Prefecture right?
I was originally thinking of Tatsumi-ryu that's being taught in Melbourne.
The side benefits of koryu training are limitless,for one's self developement. The rich history of the arts is facinating. The tales(truth or fiction), the differences, the simalarities, all keep you wanting to learn and grow in the path.
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