武道学研究
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Print ISSN : 0287-9700
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武道の文化性―薩摩藩における野太刀自顕流と太刀流を中心として―
村山 輝志松川 哲男
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1993 年 25 巻 3 号 p. 10-20

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This paper will discuss the process by which various Budo schools were introduced to the Satsuma feudal clan during the Edo era. Martial arts prospered in the beginning of the Edo of period, and prospered again during the last days of the Shogunate. This happened all over Japan.
Budo was introduced to Satsuma in 3 days.
(1) Martial arts were taught by masterless samurai who came to Satsuma from other parts of Japan.
(2) Martial arts were taught by Satsuma samurai who learned Martial arts in Kyoto or Edo.
(3) Martial arts were taught by samurai who set up their own schools after learning from either the masterless samurai or the Satsuma samurai who had travelled to Kyoto or Edo.
The Notachi-jigen school and Tachi-school are two Jigen-school started their own schools. Both the Notachi-jigen and Tachi-schools taught the skills that their founders had learned in the Jigen school.

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