Kaneko Shinkuro Morisada

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Kaneko Shinkuro Morisada
BornKaneko Shinkuro Morisada
c. 1520
Diedc. 1585
Native name金子 新九郎 盛貞
StyleKenjutsu
Iaijutsu
Tenshinsho Jigen Ryu
Teacher(s)Tose Yosazaemon Osamune
Notable studentsTerasaka Yakuro Masatsune (Zenkitsu)

Kaneko Shinkuro Morisada (金子 新九郎 盛貞, c. 1520- c. 1585) was a direct student of Tose Yosazaemon Osamune the founder of the Tenshinsho Jigen Ryu.[1] Kaneko later succeeded Osamune in becoming the second headmaster (soke) of the Tenshinsho Jigen Ryu.[2] His best student was a warrior named Terasaka Yakuro Masatsune, who later became the monk Zenkitsu.

Kaneko's student Terasaka Yakuro Masatsune (Zenkitsu) became his successor as the third headmaster of the Tenshinsho Jigen Ryu.[3]

Kaneko died in c. 1585.

References[edit]

  1. ^ 加来, 耕三 (2015). 日本武術・武道大事典. Tokyo: 勉誠出版. p. 78. ISBN 978-4585200321.
  2. ^ Hall, David A. (2012). Encyclopedia of Japanese Martial Arts. New York: Kodansha USA. pp. 515–516. ISBN 978-1-56836-410-0.
  3. ^ 雪, 綿谷 (1978). 武芸流派大事典 (増補大改訂版 ed.). 東京: 東京コピイ出版部. p. 599.