Tomo-ryu shinobi samurai family shrine; Takaoka; Toyama Prefecture, Japan
Tomo-ryu family shrine located in:
Takaoka; Toyama Prefecture, Japan.
The Tomo-ryu (a.k.a Ban-ryu) at one time was one of the strongest ninja traditions within Koka, Japan. I am honored to be the Soke of this beautiful tradition, and keep the art alive for future generations. I want you all to know that this warrior tradition was around before all of us, and it will be around long after us. I am honored to have been blessed with the knowledge of this art and to have the ability to share this warrior tradition with the world.
The essence of Ninjutsu is the art of survival. It is not about winning or loosing, it is not about rank and political position; it’s about survival; life or death.
The Tomo-ryu tradition will not fail in the transmission from teacher to student. I was blessed with this huge honor by my teacher to maintain and pass on this tradition to the future generations, and just as the previous Soke before me, I will not fail in passing on this tradition to the ones that are seeking the truth of the ancient shinobi.
Anshu (暗主; Dark Master)
21st Soke of the Tomo-ryu (伴流忍術/戸猛流忍術)
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