Thread: Akayama Ryu ?
12/21/2011 11:13pm, #1
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12/22/2011 3:54pm, #2"To sin by silence when one should protest makes cowards out of men".
12/22/2011 4:28pm, #3
Can you tell us about the Shinin-ryu and the Jikishinkage-Ryu Aikijujutsu mentioned in the page "Ho Ho Fcuk You !" linked in the previous post?
12/22/2011 4:42pm, #4
I thought Jikishinkage was a sword style?
12/22/2011 4:46pm, #5
Split so this doesn't de-rail the Sword/Koryu discussion."To sin by silence when one should protest makes cowards out of men".
12/22/2011 4:50pm, #6
It seems they tracing Akayama-ryu origins to a "different" Jikishinkage-ryu
As a branch of Jikishinkage-Ryu Aikijujutsu, Akyama-Ryu has a proud heritage. Jikishinkage-Ryu was a traditional bujutsu system developed by the Takikawa clan incorporating the katana, yari, naginata, tanto, yumi, hanbo and jo along with aikijujutsu. The Takikawa family can trace its Samurai heritage back centuries. Few styles have that kind of history and Akayama Ryu is pround to be a part of this lineage.
12/22/2011 4:50pm, #7"To sin by silence when one should protest makes cowards out of men".
12/22/2011 5:14pm, #8
I'm still confused, the only reference i can find to this style is on pages related to Akayama, and how this guy has handed down this 400 year old art through his family to the Akayama guys, is that what you guys are seeing?
12/22/2011 5:30pm, #9
That's why we are asking about the Shinin-ryu and the Jikishinkage-Ryu Aikijujutsu of the Takikawa samurai clan.
There's no known third party confirmation of the existence of these styles.
12/22/2011 7:31pm, #10
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