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miyamoto musashi - under the pen name niten (2 heavens, also the name of the 2 sword ryu he invented) Self portrait, standing in his famous stance "No Openings". Famous because he is completely open...physically that is. The openings are filled with his zanshin, which conventionally means mindfulness, but in a martial context it is total mental domination of the opponent.

miyamoto musashi - under the pen name niter, Self portrait, standing in his famous stance "No Openings".

Takuma Hisa   Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu

Video: Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu: Demonstrated by Members of the Takumakai

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In order to perfect his kenjutsu skills, Musashi Miyamoto wandered across Japan, fought Wars, participated in many duels and learned from many masters of the sword.

Miyamoto Musashi, the master swordsman

Master Miyamoto Musashi is surely the most celebrated of the Japanese sword masters. He was probably born in 1584 in the village of Miyamoto-Sanomo in the province of Harima.

jibadojo:  Old warrior

Value (SEVEN OF CLUBS) - Samurai.), literally "military scholar road": Japanese word for Way of Samurai Life, loosely analogous to the concept of chivalry.

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