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Nana Sageo-jutsu Kata 5 of 7

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Nana Sageo-jutsu Kata 5 of 7
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The shinobi is known to have had a longer sageo (下緒; cord) on their Tou (刀;blade) to help them on shinobi missions. In the Tomo-ryu there are seven methods called: “Nana-sageo-jutsu” (下げ緒七術), and are commonly called the seven cord arts of the ninja.

This image illustrates the use of the sageo to help aid in constructing shelter while out in the wilderness traveling on missions.

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Nana Sageo-jutsu Kata 3 & 4 of 7

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Nana Sageo-jutsu Kata 3 & 4 of 7
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The shinobi is known to have had a longer sageo (下緒; cord) on their Tou (刀;blade) to help them on shinobi missions. In the Tomo-ryu there are seven methods called: “Nana-sageo-jutsu” (下げ緒七術), and are commonly called the seven cord arts of the ninja.

This image illustrates 2 of the 7 cords arts taught in the Nana-sageo-jutsu (下げ緒七術).

(Upper right) This is the use of the sageo to tie off any wounds that the ninja may absorb within battle.

(Bottom Left) This is the use of the ninja-tou as a climbing tool and using the longer sageo rope to pull the blade back up to the ninja.

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Nana Sageo-jutsu Kata 2 of 7

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Nana Sageo-jutsu Kata 2 of 7
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The shinobi is known to have had a longer sageo (下緒; cord) on their Tou (刀;blade) to help them on shinobi missions. In the Tomo-ryu there are seven methods called: “Nana-sageo-jutsu” (下げ緒七術), and are commonly called the seven cord arts of the ninja.

This image illustrates 1of the 7 cords arts taught in the Nana-sageo-jutsu (下げ緒七術). This is to keep thieves from stealing your sword at night while you sleep.

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Nana Sageo-jutsu Kata 1 of 7

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Nana Sageo-jutsu Kata 1 of 7
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The shinobi is known to have had a longer sageo (下緒; cord) on their Tou (刀;blade) to help them on shinobi missions. In the Tomo-ryu there are seven methods called: “Nana-sageo-jutsu” (下げ緒七術), and are commonly called the seven cord arts of the ninja.

This image illustrates 1of the 7 cords arts taught in the Nana-sageo-jutsu (下げ緒七術). This method is used to trip up samurai guards who are looking for you, this way you can eliminate them, or evade.

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