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Nadashinyo
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Mitsuhide using the Hashin Sho on Kiichi
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Notable Practitioners Mitsuhide Kuroda
Kishusai Kuroda
Anime Debut OVA 1
Manga Debut The Fists of Light and Darkness

The Nadashinyo[Notes 1] is a martial arts technique that the Nadashinkage-ryu was based off of. It is currently only known to be practiced by the Kuroda family.[1]

HistoryEdit

There were once two notorious sword experts known as “Yagyu of The East” and “Marume of The West”. The Marume in question was Nagayoshi Marume, guardian of the Imperial Archives, founder of The School of Shinkage, who developed an even more effective method of “Ryugi Uradachi” Combat (Traditional Reversed Sword) or “Ninpo” (The Law of Concealment”) to which was initialized by Nobutsuna Kami, Ise’s protector, thus creating The “Shinkage-Tai-Sha”. Afterwards, at the beginning of the Edo era (Beginning of the 17th century), a known bargainer who had become rich in the exterior maritime business accredited by the Shogunat, Kishusai Kuroda, isolated the part of “combat with bare hands” of the “Shinkage-Tai-Sha” to make out of it an independent system in which he introduced additional Chinese combat techniques, bringing to completion The “Art of Life and Death”.

Then came its copy the Nadashinkage. The Nadashinyo and the Nadashinkage are the light and darkness of a common martial art. During the Second World War the school of Nadashinyo was charged with protecting a certain general in the field army. The School of Nadashinkage however, had a brigade of assassins unconcerned with special services.[1]

SummaryEdit

The Nadashinyo has been passed down from generation to generation ever since the seventeenth century. Started by a bargainer named Kishusai Kuroda it has been passed down to the current time, to its heir Mitsuhide Kuroda. It is used in Mitsuhide's match against Kiichi in which he only displayed the Nadashinyo's technique of the Hashin Sho.[1][2]

TechniquesEdit

Hashin Sho: The Hashin sho Technique allows the user to stop the opponents heart, do to the sensation of being unconscious the attack causes.

Notable PractitionersEdit

EtymologyEdit

ReferencesEdit

Notes
  1. Kanji: 灘心陽流; Kana: なだしんようりゅう; Hepburn: Nada Shin'yō-ryū; English: Open Sea Heart-Yang Style
Footnotes
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Koukou Tekken-den Tough Manga: Chapter 11, page 8
  2. Koukou Tekken-den Tough Manga: Chapter 9, page 16

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