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31 January 2012 18:15

The Tanka of Eishin-ryu: Part Nine – Takiotoshi | [ kenshi247.net ]

by Takwann
In this series of articles, I am attempting to translate and contextualise the dōka of Hasegawa Eishin-ryū. All articles in this series can be found here. In this article, I will be looking at the tanka for the ninth technique, Takiotoshi. This is the final tanka translation in this series. I hope to follow it up with a short article looking at the poems as a group, the similarities between them, and how they relate to each other.

The Tanka of Eishin-ryu: Part Eight – Namigaeshi | [ kenshi247.net ]

by Takwann
In this series of articles, I am attempting to translate and contextualise the dōka of Hasegawa Eishin-ryū. All articles in this series can be found here. In this article, I will be looking at the tanka for the eighth technique, Namigaeshi.

The Tanka of Eishin-ryu: Part Seven – Urokogaeshi | [ kenshi247.net ]

by Takwann
In this series of articles, I am attempting to translate and contextualise the dōka of Hasegawa Eishin-ryū. All articles in this series can be found here. In this article, I will be looking at the tanka for the seventh technique, Urokogaeshi.

The Tanka of Eishin-ryu: Part Six – Iwanami | [ kenshi247.net ]

by Takwann & 1 other
In this series of articles, I am attempting to translate and contextualise the dōka of Hasegawa Eishin-ryū. All articles in this series can be found here. This article covers the tanka for the sixth technique, Iwanami.

The Tanka of Eishin-ryu: Part Five – Oroshi | [ kenshi247.net ]

by Takwann
In this series of articles, I am attempting to translate and contextualise the dōka of Hasegawa Eishin-ryū. All articles in this series can be found here. This article covers the tanka for the fifth technique, Oroshi.

The Tanka of Eishin-ryu: Part Four – Ukigumo | [ kenshi247.net ]

by Takwann
In this series of articles, I am attempting to translate and contextualise the dōka of Hasegawa Eishin-ryū. All articles in this series can be found here. This article covers the tanka for the fourth technique, Ukigumo.

The Tanka of Eishin-ryu: Part Three – Inazuma | [ kenshi247.net ]

by Takwann
This is the third in a series of articles in which I am attempting to translate and contextualise the dōka of Hasegawa Eishin-ryū. All articles in this series can be found here. This article covers the tanka for the third technique, Inazuma.

The Tanka of Eishin-ryu: Part Two – Tora no Issoku | [ kenshi247.net ]

by Takwann
This is the second in a series of articles in which I am attempting to translate and contextualise the dōka of Hasegawa Eishin-ryū. All articles in this series can be found here. This article covers the tanka for the second technique, Tora no Issoku.

The Tanka of Eishin-ryu: Part One – Yokogumo | [ kenshi247.net ]

by Takwann
Musō Jikiden Eishin-ryū and Musō Shinden-ryū are the two most widely-studied schools of iaido in the world. Both were derived from Hasegawa Eishin-ryū, which was founded by Hasegawa Chikaranosuke Eishin during the Edo period. Two generations later, the ryūha moved to Tosa, where it was transmitted until the modern era. Eishin, the seventh-generation shihan of Hayashizaki Jinsuke’s Shinmei Musō-ryū, was responsible for adapting that school’s battō techniques for the uchigatana, as well as creating a number of waza himself. The waza he created are today collected in both Musō Jikiden Eishin-ryū and Musō Shinden-ryū at the Chūden level, in the set of techniques known as Tatehiza no Bu. This set may also be referred to simply as ‘Eishin-ryū’ or ‘Hasegawa Eishin-ryū.’

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