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  1. Komagawa Kaishin-ry?

    infobox koryu nationality Kory Traditional Japanese martial art school Komagawa Kaishin ry br image imagecaption founder Komagawa Tar zaemon Komagawa Tar zaemon Kuniyoshi br founder dates period founded Late Muromachi period 1336&ndash 1573 to Late Azuchi Momoyama period 1568&ndash 1603 date founded headmaster Kuroda Tetsuzan , 15th s ke . headmaster dates art1 Kenjutsu dachi , kodachi , Nito description1 Sword art with long sword, short sword, and two swords. art2 Naginatajutsu description2 Glaive art art3 Juttejutsu description3 Truncheon art art4 description4 art5 description5 art6 description6 art7 description7 art8 description8 art9 description9 art10 description10 ancestors Shinkage ry , Kage ry Aizu Kage ry via Shinkage ry . descendants None. Nihongo Komagawa Kaishin ry is a traditional Japanese martial art established by Komagawa Tar zaemon Komagawa Tar zaemon Kuniyoshi later Komagawa Kaishin based on the Shinkage ry of Kamiizumi Ise no kami Nobutsuna . ref Tokitsu, pp. 278&ndash 279. ref The art is now part of the Kuroda Tetsuzan Kuroda family bujutsu and the only authorized teacher is s ke Kuroda Tetsuzan himself see Teaching Teaching section . Renewed Heart the transmission of Shinkage ry Komagawa Tar zaemon first learned Shinkage ..., technique which would later become the first tachi kata and the basis of Komagawa Kaishin ry ... towards his teacher and changed his name to Kaishin or renewed heart to show that fact. After ..., Umon was the chief proponent of Komagawa Kaishin ry , going so far as to add a complete series of kodachi ... down their Komagawa Kaishin ry school branches. Even in Toyama Prefecture Toyama , the birthplace of the ry ... to use the name Komagawa Kaishin ry outside of Toyama Prefecture Toyama since the incident when ... from s ke to s ke . Komagawa Kaishin ry however is unusual in that the only authorized teacher ... sensei is the s ke. ref These include Komagawa Kaishin ry Kenjutsu , Tamiya ry Kuroda Tamiya ry Iaijutsu ...   more details



  1. Komagawa Tar?zaemon

    Infobox martial artist name Komagawa Tarozaemon residence other names Kaishin image image size caption birth name birth date birth place death date death place death cause Natural causes martial art Kenjutsu , Naginatajutsu , and Juttejutsu . teacher Kamiizumi Ise no kami Nobutsuna rank Founder, practitioner of Shinkage ry students Sakurada Jirozaemon Sadakuni website footnotes br japanese name Komagawa Komagawa Tarozaemon was a disciple under the famous Kamiizumi Ise no kami Nobutsuna , founder of Shinkage ry ref Tokitsu, Kenji 2005 . Miyamoto Musashi His Life and Writings. Shambhala Publications, Inc. 278 279 ref Tarozaemon s Komagawa Kaishin ry was handed down through the Maeda clan of Kaga Province Kaga , ref http blog.360.yahoo.com blog snyPB7I9fqMXbU3dPRMU0N8 ?cq 1&p 1309 ...Kaishin Ryu is Budo tradition that was handed down to Maeda clan of Kaga Toyama prefecture . ref where he taught the use of the tachi long sword , kodachi short sword , jitte weapon jitte a hooked truncheon used for arresting and disarming , naginata a bladed polearm and nito two sword techniques ref http www.shinjinkai.org programs shinbukan.html Shinbukan ref Notes references DEFAULTSORT Komagawa, Tarozaemon Category Samurai Category Japanese swordsmen Category Martial arts school founders ...   more details



  1. Taika

    Taika may refer to Taika era Taika , Japanese era name for years spanning 645 through 650 Taika reform , Taika no Kaishin , promulgated in the name of Emperor K toku during the Taika era, this comprehensive reform was a top down reorganization of Japanese society, government, land, and laws Taika is also a title of rank in some martial arts , such as kendo and ryu te . DEFAULTSORT Taika disambig fr Taika ...   more details



  1. Soga Ryojin

    Japanese name Soga nihongo Soga Ry jin extra 1875 1971 was an influential thinker in the Higashi Honganji J do Shinsh Buddhist tradition, and a President of Otani University . A disciple of Kiyozawa Manshi he developed an approach to J do Shinsh doctrine that at times brought him into serious conflict with more conservative elements of the tradition. Later his legacy would be re evaluated. fact date November 2011 Soga Ry jin developed a subjective and personal approach to J do Shinsh studies, building on the thought of Kiyozawa Manshi , which he summarised in the words We do not believe in Buddha or God because they actually exist they exist because we believe in them . fact date November 2011 However he was always extremely careful to differentiate the J do Shinsh perspective from the Pure Land as mind alone doctrine found in some Pure Land and Zen schools Those who believe in self power proundly boast, I am Tathagata Those of other Pure Land sects vainly lament this life, saying, The Tathagata is the Tathagata. We Jodo Shinshu followers are surprised by the wonderous meaning of the Tathagata is me. At the same time, we are aware that ultimately, I am me and not Tathagata. ref http books.google.co.uk books?id SrXdEMQa5LAC&lpg PA154&ots d1E jCXb5Y&dq ryojin 20soga&pg PA150 v onepage&q &f false ref Works translated into English http www.jstor.org pss 30233324 The Core of Shinshu http www.shindharmanet.com writings soga.htm The Savior on earth The significance of Dharmakara Bodhisattva s appearance in this world. http www.shindharmanet.com writings kaishin.htm Kaishin The Open Spirit http ccbs.ntu.edu.tw FULLTEXT JR ADM soga.htm Storage consciousness References reflist Persondata NAME Soga Ryojin ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION Bhuddhist thinker DATE OF BIRTH 1875 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH 1971 PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Soga, Ryojin Category Pure Land Buddhism Category Buddhism in Japan Category 1875 births Category 1971 deaths Buddhism bio stub Japa ...   more details



  1. Taika Reform

    The nihongo Taika Reforms Taika no Kaishin were a set of doctrines established by Emperor K toku K toku tenn in the year 645. They were written shortly after the death of Prince Sh toku , and the defeat of the Soga clan Soga no uji , uniting Japan . Crown Prince Naka no e who would later reign as Emperor Tenji , Nakatomi no Kamatari , and Emperor K toku jointly embarked on the details of the Reforms. Emperor K toku then took the name Taika era Taika , or Great Reform . The Reform began with land reform, based on Confucian ideas and Chinese philosophy philosophies from China , but the true aim of the reforms was to bring about greater centralization and to enhance the power of the imperial court, which was also based on the governmental structure of China . Envoys and students were dispatched to China to learn seemingly everything from the Chinese writing system , Chinese literature literature , religion , and architecture , to even dietary habits at this time. Even today, the impact of the reforms can still be seen in Culture of Japan Japanese cultural life. Background After the regency of Sh toku Tenchi ended, the Soga clan, from which Sh toku s ancestry was derived, took hegemony of the Yamato court. The clan was opposed to Sh toku s son Yamashiro e and killed him in 643. Under the reign of Empress Kogyoku Empress K gyoku , the Soga clan head, Soga no Iruka, was virtually an almighty leader of the court. Those who were against Soga s dictatorship included the emperor s brother Emperor K toku Karu , the emperor s son, Emperor Tenji Naka no e shinno, along with his friend Yun Hee no Kamatari, and his son in law Soga no Ishikawamaro Iruka s cousin . They ended Iruka s regime by a coup d tat in 645 Isshi Incident . As K gyoku renounced her throne, Karu ascended to be Emperor K toku. The new emperor, together with the Imperial Prince Naka no e, issued a series of reform measures that culminated in the Taika Reform Edicts in 646. At this time, two ...   more details



  1. Tamiya-ry? (Kuroda)

    These include Komagawa Kaishin ry Kenjutsu , Tamiya ry Iaijutsu , Shishin Takuma Yodai Kennichi ry ...   more details



  1. Kaisei Ichir?

    Infobox sumo wrestler name br Kaisei Ichir image Kaisei 2010 Sep.JPG birth name Ricardo Sugano birth date birth date and age 1986 12 18 birth place S o Paulo , Brazil height convert 1.93 m ftin abbr on weight convert 169 kg lb st abbr on heya Tomozuna stable Tomozuna rank see Tournament record below record debut September, 2006 highestrank Maegashira 5 July, 2011 yushos 1 Juryo prizes Fighting Spirit 1 goldstars update Nov 2011 Kaisei Ichir born December 18, 1986 as Ricardo Sugano is a professional sumo wrestler rikishi from S o Paulo , Brazil . Making his debut in September 2006, ref cite web author title Eles n o arredam p publisher veja.com.br url http veja.abril.com.br 220409 p 104.shtml date 2009 04 22 accessdate 2011 07 18 ref he reached the top makuuchi division in May 2011 in sumo 2011 . ref cite web author title Sumo Who s Who Kaisei publisher sumo.goo.ne.jp url http sumo.goo.ne.jp eng ozumo meikan rikishi joho rikishi 2950.html date accessdate 2011 07 18 ref ref cite web author title Ricardo Sugano alcan a categoria top de sum publisher ebc.com.br url http tvbrasil.ebc.com.br reporterbrasil video 17140 date 2001 06 14 accessdate 2011 07 18 ref His highest rank has been maegashira 5. Career Born Ricardo Sugano in S o Paulo, he did judo while growing up. ref name mint cite web title Sumo Brazilian born Kaisei making mint performance url http www.breitbart.com article.php?id D9N71E880&show article 1 publisher Breibart accessdate 31 August 2011 date 14 May 2011 ref He joined Tomozuna stable in 2006 already home to another Brazilian wrestler, Kaishin and was given the shikona or ring name of Kaisei Ichir . Ichir was the name of Kaisei s late grandfather, who was Japanese. ref name mint Kaisei moved through the lower divisions quickly, reaching the fourth highest sandanme division in March 2007. He was promoted to the third makushita division after the March 2008 tournament, but then his progress stalled somewhat. He came through the September 2009 to ...   more details



  1. Kamiizumi Nobutsuna

    Tarozaemon Komagawa Kuniyoshi , founder of Komagawa Kaishin ry . ref name Kenjutsu Historical ... Arts of Kumamoto Taisha ry Kenjutsu. Japanese ref , and Komagawa Kaishin ry ref name Shinbukan http ...   more details



  1. Machine Robo Rescue

    Gattai Kaishin to have Stealth Robo change to hyper mode. This translates to Stealth Robo Hyper Mode ... BL Hyper Mode Gattai Kaishin lit. BL Hyper Mode Commence fusion Guest Units Air Leon Appeared in the two ...   more details



  1. Shun Oguri

    2004 Hungry Kid Four episode drama 2005 Taika no Kaishin as Nakano Oenomiko enomiko Nakano ...   more details



  1. Taika (era)

    Taika 1 K toku introduces the nihongo Taika reform Taika no kaishin . The ideas and goals of this nihongo ...   more details



  1. S.E.N.S.

    refimprove date November 2008 Infobox musical artist See Wikipedia WikiProject Musicians name S.E.N.S. image caption image size background group or band alias origin Japan instrument genre New age , instrumental music , electronic music occupation years active 1988 Present label associated acts website current members Akihiko Fukaura, Yukari Katsuki past members notable instruments S.E.N.S. is a Japanese new age instrumental group formed in 1988, originally with two members. The name stands for Sound, Earth, Nature, and Spirit based on their spiritual policy. They have produced many musical scores for TV dramas, documentaries, and movies in Japan, also making it into the anime scene with the score for xxxHolic . Their albums have also been released in European and Asian countries. In Japan, the album Tomei na Ongaku was awarded second prize for Instrumental Album of the Year in the 2001 Japan Gold Disc Award . ref http www.riaj.or.jp e data gdisc 2001.html THE 16th JAPAN GOLD DISC AWARD 2001 ref Members Akihiko Fukaura Keyboards and programming Yukari Katsuki Vocal, piano and programming Discography Albums class wikitable No. Title style white space nowrap Release date Notes 1 Kaishin The God of the Sea April 25, 1988 1st soundtrack from NHK documentary The Silk Road of the Sea 2 Masala Tea Waltz October 10, 1988 2nd soundtrack from NHK documentary The Silk Road of the Sea 3 Kyara April 25, 1989 3rd soundtrack from NHK documentary The Silk Road of the Sea 4 Sailing August 5, 1989 Soundtrack album from NHK documentary The Silk Road of the Sea 5 Hijo Joshi A City of Sadness April 25, 1990 Soundtrack from the movie A City of Sadness 6 Tsuki no Ishi to Chikyu no Mizu The Stone of the Moon and The Water of the Earth October 1, 1990 7 Shin Beagle Go Tankenki New Beagle Explorational Journal October 1, 1991 Soundtrack from TV program New Beagle Explorational Journal 8 Tokyoite July 25, 1992 9 Space Oz no Boken The Space Adventures ...   more details



  1. Toyohara Chikanobu

    decided to try to make a living as an artist. He travelled to Tokyo. He found work as an artist for the Kaishin ...   more details



  1. Datsun

    Kaishinsha Motorcar Works Kaishin Jid sha K j , in the Azabu Hiroo District in Tokyo ...   more details



  1. Yuko Nakazawa

    Onna 2001 11 Wani Books ISBN 4 8470 2739 6 Essay books 2002 &ndash nihongo Kaishin 2003 ...   more details



  1. Junichi Okada

    1 2003 Suekko Ch nan Ane Sannin Ichiro Kashiwakura rowspan 3 2005 Taika no Kaishin Kamatari Nakatomino ...   more details



  1. Watatsumi

    nihongo Watatsumi or was a legendary Japanese dragon and tutelary water deity . In Japanese mythology , nihongo watatsumi kami great Watatsumi god is another name for the sea deity Ry jin and the nihongo Watatsumi Sanjin Three Watatsumi gods ruling the upper, middle, and lower seas were created through the divine progenitor Izanagi s ceremonial purifications after returning from Yomi the underworld . Name The earliest written sources of Old Japanese diversely transcribe the sea kami god deity spirit named Watatsumi. The ca. 712 CE Kojiki tr. William George Aston 1896 writes it semantically as Wikt Wikt lit. sea god , and transcribes it phonetically with man y gana as Wata tsu mi Wikt Wikt Wikt lit. cotton port see in identifying watsumi kami and the Watatsumi Sanjin. The ca. 720 CE Nihongi tr. Basil Hall Chamberlain 1919 also writes Watatsumi as sea god , along with sea child and small child lords for the Watatsumi Sanjin. In the modern Japanese writing system , the name Watatsumi is usually written either in katakana as or in kanji phonetically or semantically sea god . Note that in addition to reading as watatsumi , wata no kami , or unagami in native Japanese kun yomi pronunciation, it is also read kaijin or kaishin in Sino Japanese on yomi from Chinese language Chinese haishen sea god . Watatsumi has an alternate pronunciation of Wadatsumi. The original Watatsumi meaning tutelary deity of the sea is semantically extended as a synecdoche or metaphor meaning the sea the ocean the main . The etymology of the sea god Watatsumi or Wadatsumi is uncertain. Marinus Willern de Visser 1913 137 notes consensus that wata is an Old Japanese word for sea ocean and tsu is a possessive linguistics possessive particle , but disagreement whether mi means snake or lord god . It is not impossible he concludes, that the old Japanese sea gods were snakes or dragons. Compare the Japanese rain god Kuraokami that ...   more details



  1. Go Nagai bibliography

    Shonen Jump Kaishin Saku October 1968, COM Shin Sen Gumi Somatsu Ki October 1968, Shonen ...   more details



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    Japan Sake 1688 Harry bakery Harry Germany Bakery 1688 Kaishin Japan Foods 1688 Kanmo Japan Hanpen ...   more details




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