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Published on Sep 11, 2016
Toyama-ryu, a sword-style of the Japanese Imperial Army, consisted mainly of frontal attacks with sword drawn in the over-head ready position jodan-no kamae, allowing for rapid forward movement and quick posture changes. All cuts are one-cut actions, performed with a battle-cry kiai, and finished in a strong and balanced pose with the sword fully stopped tome at the end of each cut.
In this training set-up five targets are randomly placed and attacked from different positions.