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Yagyū Munenori
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Quoted in Behold the Second Horseman - Page 53 - by Joseph Lumpkin - Sports & Recreation - 2005
Yagyū Munenori
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Quoted in Living the martial way: a manual for the way a modern warrior should think - Page 88 by Forrest E. Morgan - Sports & Recreation - 1992
Yagyū Munenori
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Quoted in The book of family Traditions on the art of war
Yagyū Munenori
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Quoted in Behold the Second Horseman - Page 44 by Joseph Lumpkin - Sports & Recreation - 2005
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Bio: Yagyū Munenori was a Japanese swordsman, founder of the Edo branch of Yagyū Shinkage-ryū, which he learned from his father Yagyū Sekishusai Muneyoshi. This was one of two official sword styles patronized by the Tokugawa Shogunate.

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