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Koden Mokuroku 

 
With regard to Kukishin Ryu in old times, there are old manuscript copies in four volumes(transcribed in the Edo period) called Shiten-no-maki, which were handed down in the family of the Soke Kuki: Tenshin Hyoho Tenmon-chimon-hen, Tenshin Hyoho Jyochiku-jineisenryaku-hen, Tenshin Hyoho Shinken-kakki-ron, and Tenshi Hyoho Taijyutsu-kappo-hen. The former two volumes are on military science, and the latter two are on martial arts.
Several categories of martial arts which do not exist in our school of martial arts today are listed on the old lists of techniques, and it can be presumed Kukishin Ryu was established as all-around martial arts in old times. Of these, swimming and horseback riding in water may be the arts that developed when the Kumano Suigun Navy flourished. Shinpu-hijutsu, Tekigakure-no-jutsu 1, Katyufujin-hen remind us of secret scouting techniques, but they exist only in the form of oral instruction; there exist documents 2 concerning detailed instruction of the techniques, but the actual techniques are lost today.
 

 


Part of Tenshin Hyoho
Shinken Kakki Ron 

Part of Tenshin Hyoho
Shinken Kakki Ron 

Part of Tenshin Hyoho
Taijutsu Kappo Ron 

Part of Tenshin Hyoho
Taijutsu Kappo Ron 

 


 

  The List of Koden Mokuroku


 

Kenpo
(a list from "Kenpo-no-myori" in Tenshin-Hyoho-Shinken-Kakki-Ron)
1. Musoken
2.Uranami 
3.Takewari
4.Ichimonji
5.Tengutobi
6.Enpi
7.Muinken
Token-jutsu
(A list from "Fujin-Token-Hen" in Tenshin-Hyoho-Shinken-Kakki-Ron) 
1. Ichimonji
2. Mafu
3. Hicho-nage
So-jutsu
(A list from "Hiso-Hen" in Tenshin-Hyoho-Shinken-Kakki-Ron)
1. Jumonji
2. Amagaeshi
3. Sayu
4. Koteshirabe
5. Daikai
6. Kirikaeshi
7. Shin-no-tsuki
Naginata
(A list from "Naginata-Myofu-Hen" in Tenshin-Hyoho-Shinken-Kakki-Ron) 
1. Kirikomi
2. Kurumagaeshi
3. Kiriage
4. Fushya
5. Ten-no-kata
6. Chi-no-kata
7. Jin-no-kata 
Bo-jutsu
(A list from "Bo-no-shin-ron" in Tenshin-Hyoho-Shinken-Kakki-Ron) 
1. Tsukeiri
2. Mawashi
3. Ichimonji
4. Harai
5. Hira-Ichimonji
6. Irimi
7. Kachimi
8. Mizudori
9. Ategaeshi
10. Goho
11. Sashiai
12. Tsuru-no-issoku
13. Funahari
14. Suso-otoshi
15. Ippon-sugi
16. Kage-no-ippon
17. Takiotoshi
18. Koku
19. Kasanouchi
20. Karami
21. Moguri
Han-Bo
(A list from "Han-bo" in Tenshin-Hyoho-Shinken-Kakki-Ron) 
1. Atekomi
2. Koshiore
3. Atekomi
4. Tsukiiri
5. Kirinohitoha
6. Susogarami
7. Karamedori
Sui-jutsu
(A list from "Suiho" in Tenshin-Hyoho-Taijutsu-Kappo-Ron) 
1. Musui-no-ho
2. Kyuryuzenchi
3. Suichukatsujizaiho
Kajutsu
(A list from "Kachu-Senryaku" in Tenshin-Hyoho-Taijutsu-Kappo-Ron) 
1. Hibuse-no-ho
2. Hezeme-senpo
3. Kayaku-no-hiho
Bajutsu
(A list from "Bajutsu" in Tenshin-Hyoho-Taijutsu-Kappo-Ron) 
1. Katate-nawa-no-ho
2. Basyu-issoku
3. Araumadome-no-hiho
Teppan
(A list from "Teppan" in Tenshin-Hyoho-Taijutsu-Kappo-Ron) 
1. Jofu
2. Jorai
3. Joryu
Shinpu-Hijutsu
(From Tenshin-Hyoho-Taijutsu-Kappo-Ron) 
 
Tekigakure-no-jutsu
(From Tenshin-Hyoho-Taijutsu-Kappo-Ron) 
 
Suiba
(From Tenshin-Hyoho-Taijutsu-Kappo-Ron) 
 
Kachu-Fujin-Hen
(From Tenshin-Hyoho-Taijutsu-Kappo-Ron) 
 
Taijutsu
(From Tenshin-Hyoho-Taijutsu-Kappo-Ron) 
Kowamonodori
1. Kasumidori
2. Ategarami
3. Kobushinagashi
4. Gyakudori
5. Hizaguruma
6. Kimokudaki
7. Umadome
8. Udeori
9. Menbu
10. Gyakunagedori
11. Tengudori
12. Sensudori
 
  Katsuriho
1. Katamunadori
2. Ryomunadori
3. Midareuchi
4. Kaigokudaki
5. Katateguruma
6. Yamaotoshi
7. Sodeguruma
8. Koromogaeshi
9. Hyoshinage
10. Gassekiotoshi
11. Tsukinowa
12. Utsushidori
  Shin-no-kappo
1. Koshiguruma
2. Yotsude
3. Horagaeshi
4. Udenagare
5. Kasasagi
6. Mizunagare
7. Ryusetsu
8. Tsubamegaeshi
9. Kochonage
10. Fukubeotoshi
11. Fusha
  Chiken-no-ho
1. Oninage
2. Onikudaki
3. Gorinotoshi
4. Katatenage
5. Tetsukudaki
6. Tetsuori
7. Jigokunage
  Mushin-no-kappo
1. Mizuguruma
2. Sakaotoshi
3. Raiotoshi
4. Gyakunage
5. Ameotoshi
6. Takiotoshi
7. Komagaeshi
  Shin-no-kappo
1. Katateotoshi
2. Ichimonji
3. Sizuminage
4. Irimi
5. Ushirodori
6. Hicho
7. Muso
  Gokui
1. Tenguate
2. Jinchu-no-ate
3. Ryusei-no-ate
4. Rakka-no-ate
5. Gokuraku-no-ate
6. Murasame-no-ate
7. Suigetsu-no-ate
8. Tsukikage-no-ate
9. Inazuma-no-ate
10. Myojin-no-ate
11. Gedan-no-ate
12. Shin-no-ate
13. Seishikanchiho
14. Kappo-hachikatsu
15. Ni-nin-toritsuki
16. Shihozume
17. Happozume
18. Kachimi
19. Sodezutsu
20. Kajutsu
21. Insui-no-jutsu
22. Inso-no-jutsu
23. Inka-no-jutsu
Hiden
(From Tenshin-Hyoho-Taijutsu-Kappo-Ron)
Shinnoshinmyoken
1. Chotokan
2. Shinmyoken 
 
  Senpo
1. Engekien
2. Shishihonyaku 

 


[ Notes ]
1 1. Other names of techniques like Mizu-gakure, Kusa-gakure, and Hi-gakure are written on the list of Taijutsu.
2 2. Variant texts of Tenshin-Hyoho-Shinken-Kakki-Ron, and Tenshin-Hyoho-Taijutsu-Kappo-Ron compiled by Takamatsu Chosui. Each text has two alternate versions. It is, however, hard to rule out the possibility that the compiler's own view is reflected on the content of the text, given that modern expressions are mostly used. We must add that all the manuscripts by him were transcribed on the premises of Kuki at Uenomaru in Akashi city in the Taisho period. In compliance with the wishes of Kuki Takaharu, Chosui compiled the documents and made a fair copy of them, and presented it to Takaharu (Amatsu-Tatara-Hibun-Kaidoku-Hen being one of the representative transcriptions). We respect for his credible achievement and great pains Chosui took, and there is no criticizing him for the possible alterations.