Izumo Kanja studied Chinese Kempo Boxing, which influence is still visible in some of the techniques. Izumo is also credited as the founder of Kukishinden Ryu – making these two ryu-ha closely related. However, the art found it’s way into the Iga region through the 2nd Soke – Minamoto Hachiman Tamenari – during the Genyei [...]

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Izumo Kanja studied Chinese Kempo Boxing, which influence is still visible in some of the techniques. Izumo is also credited as the founder of Kukishinden Ryu – making these two ryu-ha closely related. However, the art found it’s way into the Iga region through the 2nd Soke – Minamoto Hachiman Tamenari – during the Genyei [...]

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Izumo Kanja studied Chinese Kempo Boxing, which influence is still visible in some of the techniques. Izumo is also credited as the founder of Kukishinden Ryu – making these two ryu-ha closely related. However, the art found it’s way into the Iga region through the 2nd Soke – Minamoto Hachiman Tamenari – during the Genyei [...]

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Izumo Kanja studied Chinese Kempo Boxing, which influence is still visible in some of the techniques. Izumo is also credited as the founder of Kukishinden Ryu – making these two ryu-ha closely related. However, the art found it’s way into the Iga region through the 2nd Soke – Minamoto Hachiman Tamenari – during the Genyei [...]

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