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    Kano paper on jujutsu - 1880's

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    NBK

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    Kano paper on jujutsu - 1880's

    Post by NBK on Wed Apr 06, 2016 1:33 am

    Recently I found what may be the earliest description by Kano shihan of jujutsu in Japanese.

    It parallels the Lindsay article of Kano shihan's English presentation in 1888 but has significant differences, too. Clearly written for a Japanese audience vice a foreign one.

    Lance Gatling

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    Re: Kano paper on jujutsu - 1880's

    Post by Jonesy on Wed Apr 06, 2016 7:58 am

    Interesting....

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    Re: Kano paper on jujutsu - 1880's

    Post by DougNZ on Wed Apr 06, 2016 9:38 pm

    NBK wrote:Recently I found what may be the earliest description by Kano shihan of jujutsu in Japanese.

    It parallels the Lindsay article of Kano shihan's English presentation in 1888 but has significant differences, too. Clearly written for a Japanese audience vice a foreign one.

    Lance Gatling

    What a find!

    I expect an English translation by the time I wake up tomorrow, Lance.

    NBK

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    Re: Kano paper on jujutsu - 1880's

    Post by NBK on Thu Apr 07, 2016 3:00 pm

    DougNZ wrote:
    NBK wrote:Recently I found what may be the earliest description by Kano shihan of jujutsu in Japanese.

    It parallels the Lindsay article of Kano shihan's English presentation in 1888 but has significant differences, too. Clearly written for a Japanese audience vice a foreign one.

    Lance Gatling

    What a find!  

    I expect an English translation by the time I wake up tomorrow, Lance.
    As soon as your check clears, I'm on it.

    This thing is so old it uses a kanji for 'jû' I've never seen before.

    NBK

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    Re: Kano paper on jujutsu - 1880's

    Post by NBK on Thu Apr 07, 2016 5:12 pm

    The most interesting part is his (non) treatment of jûdô.

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    Re: Kano paper on jujutsu - 1880's

    Post by Jonesy on Thu Apr 07, 2016 7:18 pm

    NBK wrote:
    DougNZ wrote:
    NBK wrote:Recently I found what may be the earliest description by Kano shihan of jujutsu in Japanese.

    It parallels the Lindsay article of Kano shihan's English presentation in 1888 but has significant differences, too. Clearly written for a Japanese audience vice a foreign one.

    Lance Gatling

    What a find!  

    I expect an English translation by the time I wake up tomorrow, Lance.
    As soon as your check clears, I'm on it.

    This thing is so old it uses a kanji for 'jû' I've never seen before.  
    What does it look like.

    NBK

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    Re: Kano paper on jujutsu - 1880's

    Post by NBK on Fri Apr 08, 2016 2:50 am

    Jonesy wrote:
    NBK wrote:
    DougNZ wrote:
    NBK wrote:Recently I found what may be the earliest description by Kano shihan of jujutsu in Japanese.

    It parallels the Lindsay article of Kano shihan's English presentation in 1888 but has significant differences, too. Clearly written for a Japanese audience vice a foreign one.

    Lance Gatling

    What a find!  

    I expect an English translation by the time I wake up tomorrow, Lance.
    As soon as your check clears, I'm on it.

    This thing is so old it uses a kanji for 'jû' I've never seen before.  
    What does it look like.
    I'll have to send you a pic - I can't find the character in any font.

    Kaji

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    Re: Kano paper on jujutsu - 1880's

    Post by Kaji on Thu Apr 14, 2016 12:56 am

    NBK wrote:I'll have to send you a pic - I can't find the character in any font.
    I'd like to see it too, thanks!

    Reinberger

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    Re: Kano paper on jujutsu - 1880's

    Post by Reinberger on Thu Apr 14, 2016 2:09 am

    It's possible to include pics, when posting here. Wink


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    Re: Kano paper on jujutsu - 1880's

    Post by lucubrat on Sat Oct 22, 2016 3:05 am

    NBK wrote:Recently I found what may be the earliest description by Kano shihan of jujutsu in Japanese.

    It parallels the Lindsay article of Kano shihan's English presentation in 1888 but has significant differences, too. Clearly written for a Japanese audience vice a foreign one.

    Lance Gatling

    Do you have bibliographic info for this? And or would you be willing to share a scan? I can't PM yet, but will do so when I can. Also, in what way is it targeted for the audience?

    Thanks in advance for any help you are able to provide.

    Oh, and if you have the kanji, I'll see what I can find in my various dictionaries... Smile


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