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|Founder||Sōma Shiro Yoshimoto (相馬 四郎 義元, fl. c.14th century)|
|Period founded||Nanboku-chō period (1336–1392)|
|Location founded||modern day Nagano Prefecture|
Nen-ryū (念流) is a traditional (koryū) school of Japanese martial arts founded in 1368 CE by the samurai Sōma Shiro Yoshimoto (c.14th century) in modern-day Nagano Prefecture, where Yoshimoto is said to have taught only fourteen students until his death.