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WELCOME TO THE

Collection Of
Shihan Weymouth


CONSISTING OF

TRANSLATIONS AND TRANSCRIPTIONS
OF

MOKUROKU, MAKIMONO, DENSHŌ, KIRIGAMI AND ETC
OF SCHOOLS RELATED TO THE VARIOUS
FORMS OF THE YŌSHIN RYŪ
POSTED FOR THE INTERESTS

OF THE

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF JUJUTSU

INCLUDING LINKS
TO THE ORIGINAL DOCUMENT
WHEREVER POSSIBLE ON EACH PAGE

All Amateur Translations Only
MADE BY
LOGAN (JT) WEYMOUTH, SHIHAN
February 2016






ATTENTION

IMPORTANT NEW SELECTIONS ARE BEING ADDED

SOME OF THESE SELECTIONS ARE LATE 19th AND EARLY 20th CENTURY

JAPANESE BUDO TEXTS
AS WELL AS MORE SCROLLS

IT WILL TAKE ME SOME LENGTH OF TIME
TO RENDER AND TRANSLATE THESE TEXTS

THE ENTIRE COVER PAGE
WILL BE RESTRUCTURED WHEN
NEEDED TO ALLOW EASE OF BROWSING.


PLEASE NOTE:

It is not necessary to contact me for permission to copy any of my translations,
that's why I made them available: you may copy them in whole or in part as you like.
But please, if you do make use of them, remember to acknowledge the source. My sons and I are
pleased to be able to offer these translations and do not feel that they should be restricted
in their usage, that way more can be accomplished from our work.






SCROLLS, DOCUMENTS AND TEXTS
(Dated from 1675-1945)



20th C
entury
DAITŌ RYŪ JUJUTSU
HIDENSHO

(DAITŌ RYŪ AIKI JUJUTSU HIDEN OGI)


19th Century
KIRAKU RYŪ NO DENSHO


18th C
entury
KITŌ RYŪ JUJUTSU
YOROI-GUMIUCHI NO DENSHO

20th Century Copy of the 19th Centtiry Scroll(?)
DAITŌ RYŪ JUJUTSU
HIDENSHO
(All Three Scrolls)
Different Textual Version From Above
Some small parts appear to be missing?

19th Century

KIRAKU RYŪ
KUSARI-GAMA CHIGIRIKI

OBOEGAKI MOKUROKU (Auxiliary Scroll)



19th C
entury

KITŌ RYŪ JUJUTSU NO BEN


Late 19th Century Text
BUDO HIKETSU
AIKI-NO-JUTSU
by Mumeishi Cho (1890's)


19th C
entury
KIRAKU RYŪ
SAWA'URA-OGINA HITAKUHON


19th C
entury
KITŌ RYŪ JUJUTSU
TORIGATA NO OOMUNE

As soon as the link is active
Early 20th Century Text
KIAI-JUTSU

SAKKATSU JIZAI
by Kumashiro Hikotarō (1911)
(Work In Progress)

19th & Early 20th  Century

HIGO RYŪ TAIJUTSU
KYOTEIJŌ

Scroll To Entry

19th C
entury
KITŌ RYŪ JŪJUTSU
SENSHI NO HANASHI KIKIGAKI
As soon as the link is active

Early 20th Century Text

SHINDEN GOSHINJUTSU
SHINSHIN TANREN KIAI ŌYŌ

by Nakazawa Sohaku (1922)
FULL PDF FILE BELOW


Very Early 20th Century
TAKENOUCHI SANTŌ RYŪ
NO DENSHO

(Higo Ryu Taijutsu Associative)


19th C
entury
KITŌ RYŪ JŪJUTSU KIROKU
As soon as the link is active

Early 20th Century Text

KARATE GOSHIN HIJUTSU
by  Buyōken Kensai  (1921)
(Work In Progress)

Modern
TAKENOUCHI SANTŌ RYŪ
WEB-HANDBOOK
(Higo Ryu Taijutsu Associative)
As soon as the link is active

1809 YAGYŪ SHINGAN RYŪ HEIHŌSHO

.
GENERAL INTEREST ONLY MAYBE NOT YŌSHIN RYŪ

HAYANAWA KAPPŌ KENPŌ
KYŌHAN ZUKAI ZEN

by Matsunosuke Iguchi
1898
(Work In Progress)

Late 19th Century
SHITEN RYŪ KUMIUCHI
NO DENSHO
(Higo Ryu Taijutsu Associative)
As soon as the link is active





MORE TITLES
SCROLLS, DOCUMENTS AND TEXTS

(Dated from 1675-1945)


18th & 19th CENTURY
.YŌSHIN RYŪ
NAGINATA NO GENKŌ
20th Century "RAP SHEET" for
several of the YŌSHIN RYŪ Schools;

MOKUROKU LISTINGS of TECHNIQUE

18th & 19th Century.
SUGI'URA-HA  ITTŌ RYŪ

NO DENSHO
(YUISHIN RYU)

Scroll down to Entry

19th  Century
YŌSHIN SHINTŌ RYŪ
NO  DENSHO


20th Century Language Version
TENJIN SHINYŌ RYŪ
TEN NO MAKI
(Incomplete Partial)

18th Century  (1750's)
ICHIZEN RYŪ
RENHEIDEN NO DENSHO

SHINTŌ YŌSHIN RYŪ
JUJUTSU LISTING

20th Century Only


19th Century
TENJIN SHINYŌ RYŪ
JIN NO MAKI

(Complete)

19TH Cent  (1890's)
YAGYU SHINGAN RYŪ NO DENSHO
(Yagyu Shingan Ryu Jujutsu)
As soon as the link is active

19th Century
TENJIN SHINYŌ RYŪ
CHI NO MAKI

(Complete)

18th Century
FŪDEN RYŪ HEIHŌ NO DENSHO
As soon as the link is active


18th Century   AKIYAMA JUJUTSU.
MOKUROKU TECHNIQUE LISTINGS, EXCERPT ONLY

19th Century  
SHINTŌ MUNEN RYŪ NO DENSHO

As soon as the link is active


18th Cent.   AKIYAMA MAINLINE JUJUTSU.
MOKUROKU TECHNIQUE LISTINGS, EXCERPT ONLY


SAKKATSU YŌSHIN
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF TERMINOLOGY, LINGUISTICS ONLY


HONTAI TAKAGI YŌSHIN RYŪ
MOKUROKU TECHNIQUE LISTINGS, EXCERPT ONLY
MODERN





THIS LINK IS ALSO PART OF THE MASTER SCROLLS PROJECT, Site Catalog in the top right corner lists them. You can leave brief comments too.


PDF Files
The Translations set up as a PDF Handbook

as soon as the link is active

UPDATES HERE


Yagyu Shingan Ryu
Heiho No Sho

Kiraku Ryu, Jujutsu
Scroll down to entry

Yoshin Shinto Koryu
No Densho

Yoshin Ryu
Naginata No Genko

Kiraku Ryu Auxiliary
Scroll the Page

to Entry

Kito Ryu, Jujutsu Densho

 Sugi'ura-ha Itto Ryu
No Densho
(
Yuishin Ryu)



Fuden Ryu Heiho


Tenjin Shinyo Ryu
JIN-NO-MAKI

Daito Ryu Aiki-Jujutsu
Hiden Sho (Hiden Ogi)

Corrected Version

SHINTŌ MUNEN RYŪ
NO DENSHO



Tenjin Shinyo Ryu
CHI-NO-MAKI

Daito Ryu
Jujutsu Hidensho

Please Scroll To Entry
Ichizen Ryu
Renheiden No Densho

Scroll To Page Entry

Higo Ryu Taijutsu Kyoteijo
Scroll To Page Entry

Kito Ryu
Jujutsu No Ben





SHINDEN GOSHINJUTSU
SHINSHIN TANREN
KIAI ŌYŌ

FULL PDF FILE







3/5/2017  --  I have changed gears, at the request of various associates, I have begun preparing and translating extant available Japanese Budo Texts and similar textual material that is, to whatever extent, related to the various forms of YŌSHIN RYŪ or on the generalities of Budo itself (some titles may be on other forms of the arts, instead.) None of these texts seem to have ever been translated, it seems?

Others schools that are not from the YŌSHIN RYŪ may get some coverage, I am not ignoring the fact that the American Federation of Jujitsu embraces all forms of Judo and Jujitsu. If you are a member of the American Federation of Jujitsu and you know of a suitable Japanese language listing that is a relative of your school, and you would like to see it translated and posted here, please contact me at: jtweymo@hotmail.com to provide me with the web-address or a copy of the language file and I will review it to determine what we should do. I might be able to find more technical information on such schools, if it has some general availability. What exists among the Japanese often exists in some comparable form among the Chinese and Koreans. There may be more information available than you think there is, that being the case. Also, of course, I can read the Japanese, Chinese and Korean web pages perhaps better than some of you? Chances are that such documents would make a decent addition to these pages well enough to suit, don't you think? Perhaps your school is a form of Japanese Kenpo (or the Japanese have a similar form of Kenpo) and you would like such additions placed here. We probably could arrange it.