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Tenshinsho Jigen-ryu hyoho is a Japanese swordsmanship founded in Satsuma (Kagoshima Prefecture) in Eisho 5 (middle of the Muromachi Period) by Kose Yozaemon Osamune (later Setoguchi Bizenokami Masamoto), who trained in Tenshin shoden Katori shinto-ryu in Katori (Chiba Prefecture).
Osamune edited twelve secret sword techniques and named them “Son gyou” and laid the basis of Tenshinsho Jigen-ryu hyoho.
The lineage of “Tenshinsho Jigen-ryu hyoho”, which has been passed down strictly since the founder of the school, has been correctly inherited in Satsuma (Kagoshima Prefecture) until the Meiji Restoration at the end of the Edo period, and continues to this day.
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Dojo nameTenshinsho Jigen-ryu hyoho, Sogo budo shobu-kan
RepresentativeGenki kagenori Ueno, Hekiho Mitsuhiko Sugimura, Tessin Toru Hara
Official sitehttps://www.jigenryu-official.com/

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