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|||All Japan Naginata Federation | English | Japanese|
Naginata, a spear-like Japanese weapon used by samurai women. Japanese site also includes descriptions of clothing and skills.
(Hits: 3,898 Listed: 10/20/2003)
|||AskSensei.com | English|
Questions and answers regarding martial art training and techniques, health and fitness, mind and body, traditions, etc. Viewers can also ask questions via email.
(Hits: 3,889 Listed: 06/21/2002)
|||Classical Martial Arts in Japan - Koryu.com | English|
Pre-modern styles, schools, and traditions developed by the warrior class. In-depth articles, book reviews, and an online store.
(Hits: 3,889 Listed: 04/15/2004)
|||Dragon Hoshi Defense | English | Japanese|
Maker of custom-made japanese martial arts weapons, using high carbon steel.
(Hits: 3,894 Listed: 06/23/2006)
|||Shinkageryu Hyoho Marobashikai: The U.S. Marobashikai | English | Japanese|
International, U.S., chapter of the Shinkageryu Hyoho Marobashikai of Japan. Grand Master Watanabe Tadashige.
(Hits: 3,891 Listed: 10/26/2004)
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