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Shinmei Shii-no Hiden Scrolls
The scroll Kumano Shugenjato Michishirube and Takamatsu Sensei's notes explained these titles. The main scroll was transmitted to the Nakatomi family (after the Kuki family) as Amatsu Tatara Nakatomi Hibumi (Kukami/Kuki Bunsho 36 scrolls), Ohtomo family as Amatsu Tatara Kishin-no-Hibumi (Ohtomo Bunsho 18 scrolls), Mononobe family as Amatsu Tatara Hisshin Ginkoroku (Mononobe Bunsho 22 scrolls) and Abe family through Nagasunehiko as Amatsu Tatara Rinpo Hiden (Ohhikonagaden, Abe Bunsho 30 scrolls). The total 106 scrolls of these 4 families are called Shinmei Shii-no-Hiden and these scrolls were stored in the Edo castle treasury by the order of the 3rd Shogun, Iemitsu Tokugawa in October 1640.
Amatsu Tatara Overview
Amatsu Tatara Hibumi Scrolls
Shinmei Shii-no Hiden Scrolls
First Teaching of Amatsu Tatara Martial Arts
Amatsu Tatara and Takamatsu