Discussion in ' Ninjutsu ' started by Aiki Lee , Dec 7, Log in or Sign up. Dec 7, 1. I'm gonna open up a can of worms I think, but I've been wondering about the Takamatsu lineage and what is actually said in the bugei ryuha daijiten. Has anyone ever read the BRDJ? If so, what does it say about Takamatsu?
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The one I own is dated from the year Until now it was very useful, especially in case of the study of the schools from the country side, where no proper information can be found on the internet. But still: I like it. If you can read Hiragana, you can navigate through the book. Leave a comment. Filed under History and Research. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
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Bugei Ryuha Daijiten
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Catalog Record: Bugei ryūha daijiten | HathiTrust Digital Library
It is composed both of active and inactive schools, chronicled over the lifetimes of the authors Watatani Kiyoshi Western name order: Kiyoshi Watatani and Yamada Tadashi Western name order: Tadashi Yamada. Due to the meticulousness of their cataloging, formatting style and methods used in creating the book it has become "the" standard academic reference for anyone doing research into the field. It was last published in The Tokyo Koppi Shuppanbu publicated version is pages, and is a hardbound volume. There was a revised printing of the third edition in , with revisions made by Yasuhiro Saito. Style and contents The authors used the Meiji Restoration as a division between old and new schools.
Watatani Kyoshi and Yamada Tadashi: Bugei Ryuha Daijiten, 1978.