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Monday, September 19th, 2016
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陸奥守藤原兼信 Mutsu-no-kami Fujiwara Kanenobu. Horimono on reverse side of blade reads: 南無阿弥陀佛 Namu amida butsu
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出羽大掾藤原國路 Dewa Daijō Fujiwara Kunimichi
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Oite Nanki Shigekuni Tsukuru kore
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Horimono on reverse side of blade reads;
Namu amida butsu
Mutsu-no-kami Fujiwara Kanenobu
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dewa daijō fujiwara kunimichi
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oite nanki shigekuni tsukuru kore
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January 16, 2017 at 8:59 am
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August 26, 2017 at 6:03 pm
This is the updated text. Can replace the previous text with this.
Everything concerning castle control is rather based on these 3 points: mind/spiritual, physical, and situation.
If you begin with cross chikiri in your castle fortification designs, you should want to finished with a manji type, although how complex the pattern should be made can vary to one’s needs.
Even though a kane (a tool for measuring perpendicular angles) is used in order to grasp Katamon Shinshin no Kyokushaku (possessing the knowledge of building entrances under specific measurements), it is not enough to understand about castle structure.
If an individual studies from documents, oral lessons, and our manuscripts, and happens to be exceptional in gaining an understanding of the Katamon Shinshin no Kyokushaku, he would still need to nurture a thoroughly creative ability, as well as continually study to stay highly intuitive.
July 6, 2017 at 10:23 am
All transcriptions into modern Japanese on this page credited to Yo Goshiro @ NMB
July 6, 2017 at 9:24 am
All transcriptions into modern Japanese on this page credited to Yo Goshiro @ NMB. All English translations on this page credited to Darcy @ NMB
April 24, 2017 at 2:09 pm
曲尺の馬出 (Kyokushaku no Umadashi)
A type of umadashi that is designed to fit accordingly with the shape of the entrance it’s covering. All sides are straight, while any corners and turns it is subjected to is at 90° angles.
April 24, 2017 at 1:46 pm
An imitation of a small pathway
April 24, 2017 at 1:13 pm
Just realized I left a note intended for my translatuon purposes in the text. While it is not problematic, it not part if the original text. Please delete this:
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