12 essays on spear/Hōzōinryū written by Kagita Chūbee (1957 - 2011), 20th sōke (headmaster) of the Hōzōinryū.
First published in the Nara town magazine Ubusuna, 2009.
Von Kagita Chūbee, 20. Sōke der Hōzōinryū
Musashi and the Hōzōinryū
The Hōzōinryū was the largest Sōjutsu school during the Edo period, but that its name ist still known nowadays presumably is due to Yoshikawa Eiji's1 novel "Musashi"2.
Until further notice the regular training will take place on every saturday 10:00 - 12:00 am.
No training on Monday and Thursday during this period.
One centimeter longer, one centimeter stronger.
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