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The Eight DO

HOKURIKUDO
- The Eight Roads of KOTO




ETCHU UDA School 
                           KUNIFUSA's O-EI pursuit falls into the
                           MUROMACHI. MIDARE or GUNOME patterns 
____|___                   within a NOTARE line. Some SUNAGASHI, 
KUNIFUSA(2) O-EI 1394      some HOTSURE.
KUNINAGA 
KUNITSUGU 
KUNIMASA 

________                                  _____________
KUNIFUSA(2) O-EI 1394                     NOTO SANEMOTO O-EI 1394
   |_________________________ _______________________
___|____                  ___|____                   |
KUNIFUSA(3) BUN-AN 1444   KUNINAGA(1) EI-KYO 1429    |
___|____                  ___|____                   |
KUNIFUSA(4) O-NIN 1467    KUNINAGA(2) BUN-MEI 1469   |
___|____                  ___|____                   |
KUNIFUSA(5) BUN-MEI 1469  KUNINAGA(3) KYO-ROKU 1528  |
___|____                  ___|____                   |
KUNIFUSA(6) EI-SHO 1504   KUNINAGA(4) TEN-SHO 1573   |
________                    _________________________|       
HISAKUNI TEI-EI 1521   ____|____                  ___|____    
                       KUNITSUGU(3) EI-KYO 1429   KUNIMASA(2) 
_________ _________    ____|____                   BUN-MEI 1469
YOSHIKUNI KUNITSUNA    KUNITSUGU(4) BUN-MEI 1469  
 - BUN-MEI 1469 -      ____|____                  _________  
    _________          KUNITSUGU(5) MEI-O 1492    KATSUKUNI  
    YOSHIKUNI          ____|____                   EN-TOKU 1489 
   TEN-MON 1532        KUNITSUGU(6) TEN-MON 1532
               ________                    ________
               MORIKUNI                    KAGETOMO 
             TEN-SHO 1573               BUN-ROKU 1592


KUNIFUSA(2) O-EI: HACHIRO. Buddhist name: JOSHIN. HIRA-TSUKURI,
        IHORI-MUNE, curveless TANTO. MOKUME emerges from KO-ITAME
        HADA where JI-NIE is found. ASAKI-NOTARE holds KO-NIE 
        KO-GUNOME or GUNOME-MIDARE while HOTSURE clings. KINSUJI
        dances in SUNAGASHI. Clear BO-UTSURI. GUNOME inside 
        NOTARE is of BIZEN O-EI style as compared to NAMBOKUCHO
        SOSHU style. 3rd and 4th are NIE-DEKI SUGU or GUNOME-
        MIDARE styles in NIE.
    MEI: UDA KUNIFUSA

KUNIFUSA(5) BUN-MEI: NIE SUGUHA or GUNOME-MIDARE with SUNAGASHI.
    MEI: UDA KUNIFUSA

KUNIMASA(2) BUN-MEI (f: KUNIFUSA 2): SUGU KO-MIDARE in NOTARE BA.
    MEI: UDA KUNIMASA

KUNINAGA(1) EI-KYO (t: KUNIFUSA 2): HEIJIRO. Buddhist name: JOHON
        MOKUME HADA with MASAME has JI-NIE. KO-NIE KO-MIDARE 
        where HOTSURE pulls.
    MEI: UDA KUNINAGA


ETCHU UDA School

KUNINAGA(3) KYO-ROKU: SEIZAEMON. Standing ITAME with MASAME shows
        O-HADA. NIE GUNOME within NOTARE BA has SUNAGASHI. The
        BOSHI is deeply swept. Distinct MEI below the ANA. 
    MEI: UDA KUNINAGA 

HISAAKUNI TEI-EI: SAKIZORI DAMBIRA. Running ITAME HADA that stands.
KO-NIE DEKI NOTARE BA and KO-MIDARE BA.
UDA HISAKUNI
HISAKUNI SAKU

KUNITSUGU(3) EI-KYO (f: KUNIFUSA): TANTO in KO-MOKUME with MASAME. KO-NIE GUNOME within an ASAKI-NOTARE line. KO-MIDARE or GUNOME-MIDARE HA. MEI: KUNITSUGU UDA KUNITSUGU KUNITSUGU(4) BUN-MEI: KAGAMI-GU JU. Buddhist name: JOSAI. HAMON: SUGU KO-MIDARE, GUNOME-MIDARE in NIE. MEI: UDA KUNITSUGU UDA KUNITSUGU SAKU KUNITSUGU(5) MEI-O: In running and pulled MOKUME with MASAME. KO-NIE SUGU-GUNOME within a NOTARE line. GUNOME-MIDARE. MEI: UDA KUNITSUGU KUNITSUGU(6) TEN-MON: SUGUHA and KO-MIDARE BA in NIE. MEI: UDA KUNITSUGU KATSUKUNI EN-TOKU: 7 SUN, slight SORI TANTO. Running ITAME with MASAME has JI-NIE. MURA-NIE and NIOI-DEKI SUGU GUNOME. JIZO BOSHI. MEI: UDA KATSUKUNI
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