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 Budo-
 Name
 
 

          Naishin-Do       
                 
 Completed-
 Country
      
  Sourse 
 【Ancient China】
 The Yi Jing of the Yin-Era(1600 B.C.-1028 B.C.)
 Sword Theory of the Chou-Era(1122 B.C.-1028 B.C.)
 Swrd Art of the Ch'un-Ch'iu-Era(770 B.C.-403B.C.)
 Seiza(To-Sit-Quietly)-Law of Seven Sages of the Bamboo
   Grove in Wei-Era(403 B.C.~) & Chin-Era(?-376 B.C.)  
 Lao-tze-Nature-Philosophy in Ch'un-Ch'iu-Ere
   (770 B.C.-403 B.C.)
 Series of Sword Theory of the Han-Era(202 B.C.-8 A.D.)
 Philosophy of the Tang-Era(618-907)
 Technique of Yang Jian in Song-Era(960~)
 Technique & Theory of Yang Lu Chan in Ch'ing Era(1616~)
 &c.

 【Culture Treasures of Japan】
 Samurai Culture & Bushi-Do from Noh in Era of Kamakura
   & Muromachi(1192-1572)
 Budo Culture(Wa-Philosophy) from Sado(618~)
 Series of Samurai-Shodo(The-Art-Of-Writing-By-Busho)
   (57~)
 Samurai-Spirit from Zen(Deep Philosophy of Ku & Mu)
 Reformed-Old-Great-Philosophy-Of- "Lao-tze”
   in Japan-History
 Seiza(To-Sit-Quietly)-Law of Samurai(794~)
 Budo-Technique by Yagyu
 &c.

 
  Kinds of Arms
 

 Sword(Katana).Sword(Tsurugi).Kon.Spear(Yari).Bou


 
  Arts

          
     “Authentic Yan T'ai Chi Ch'uan”
      Completed in The Present-Day,
      by excavating ruins of an ancient arts
         
 Registration
 (Patent Office)

   ・Tamon-Naishin-Do     
    ・Budo of Lao-tze  
    ・Japan-Yoke-Auhentic-Naishin-Do-Kung-Fu
   
 ・Gate of Seiza(To-Sit-Quietly)
    ・
Justice-Sincerity-Real-Sword of
                  Yamato-Samurai Japan
    ・Naishin-Do

   

 Originator

     The Founder of Naishindo = Toyoki Nagao
  Name
 (Organization)

       Certification in The Cabinet Office
                
 
      Budo-Culture-Legal-Person of World =
        W, T, N, = World-Tamon-Naishindo

 Philosophy
 of Culture

 Lao-tze『老子経』, Yi-Jing『易経』,
 Lao-tze's Budo『老子の武道』,  
 Taia-Ki『太阿記』,Ohgi of Naishin-Do『多聞内神道奥義』,
 Han-Nya-Shingyo『般若心経』,
 Fudohti-Shinmyo-Roku『不動智神妙録』,  
 Yan T'ai Chi Ch'uan『楊式太極拳』,
 Representative Men of Japan『代表的日本人』,
 Bushi-Do『武士道』,
 &c.





               

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