Chujō-ryū

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Chujō-ryū
Foundation
Founder Chujō Nagahide fl. c.14th century)
Period founded Nanboku-chō period (1336–1392)
Location founded modern day Nagano Prefecture
Current information
Current headmaster None
Current headquarters None
Arts taught
Art Description
Kenjutsu Sword art
Ancestor schools
Nen-ryū
Descendant schools
Toda-ryū • Ittō-ryūShinkage-ryū

Chujō-ryū (中条流) is a koryū martial art founded in the 14th century by Chujō Nagahide, who studied under Nenami Okuyama Jion and his Nen-ryū style of swordsmanship.[1]

History[edit]

Having benefited from the good graces of being on the right side of the Kenmu Restoration, Chujō Nagahide's family had prospered, allowing him to study the Chujō clan's style of swordsmanship in a time when swordsmanship was surpassed by the bow and arrow and spear. Eventually he came to Nenami Jion's dojo.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Chujo Ryu". SamuraiWiki. 18 March 2008. Retrieved 17 March 2009.