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Kyushindo Budo
the kyushindo philosophy of martial arts



> Kyushindo
> Kyushindo Philosophy
> Bambutsu Ruten & Ritso Do
> Cho Wa
> Kyushindo Individual
> Kyushindo Training
> Conclusion: the Study of Budo
> Biography of Kenshiro Abbe
> Editor's notes & commentary

In 1955 Kenshiro Abbe came to England to introduce the International Budo Council. Upon his arrival in London, Abbe launched his own Theory of Kyushindo and this became well known in the Budo field, which at that time consisted of Judo alone. Abbe was the master who introduced Kendo, Aikido, Karate, Kyodo, Jukendo, Iaido, Yarido and Naginatado to Europe.

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