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there's a website shinjin.co.jp that is all about Kukishin ryu. There are a few brief mentions of Takamatsu Chosui, his name before he changed it to Toshitsugu, but the site is not connected to Bujinkan at all. Interesting site. It made me curious. Isn't there some difference between "Kukishin ryu" and "Kukishinden ryu."

No real question here just wondering if anyone's seen this site and knows what the deal is with it.

Posted on: 2006/12/10 18:59
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Hi James,

The address does not seem to work for me (neither with "www" nor without).
Could you put down the full url?

Thanks!

Eva

Posted on: 2006/12/11 1:44
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There are several schools of Kukishin ryu. From my understanding, they all step from the same family line but in recent years (last 100 or so) several branches have been created. In addition, some schools have incorporated teachings of the Kukishin ryu into there curriculum.

Depending on the lineage and technique category (sword, hanbo, taijutsu, etc.) the technique names differ (although the techniques are the same) or there is no common-trait amongst techniques.

I would not call this unique in any way.

This is a unique to the English version of the website:

http://www.shinjin.co.jp/kuki/index_e.html

Informative website overall.

Posted on: 2006/12/11 1:56
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