Musashi Miyamoto

Along with his adopted son Iori, an orphan who had found in his travels, settled in Ogura in 1634. He never ever leaving the island of Kyushu. After six years in Ogura, Musashi was invited to spend time as a guest of Churi Hosokawa, lord of Kumamoto Castle. He spent some years with Lord Churi, during which time he taught and painted. In 1643 he retired to lead a hermit’s cave Reigendo, where he wrote the “Book of Five Rings” which was dedicated to his pupil Teruo Magonojo.

Finished writing the book a week before his death on May 19, 1645. His Cronica I climbed Mount Iwate, in the province of Higo province of Kyushu. Leaning against the sky, worshiping Kanon I stand in front of Buddha. I Shinmen Musashi no Kami, Fujiwara no Genshin, warrior born in the province of Harima, sixty years of age. .

I have dedicated my mind to the science of martial arts since I was young, long ago. She was thirteen when I had my first game. At that time I beat my opponent, a master of martial arts called Arima Kihei, a member of the New School for Precision. At sixteen, I beat a powerful martial arts master called Akiyama of Tajima province.

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