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The beginning of archery in Japan is, as elsewhere, pre-historical.
The first molded metal images with a distinctly Japanese asymmetrical longbow are from the Yayoi-period ca. The first written document is the Chinese chronicle Weishu dated before ADwhich tells how the people of the Japanese isles use “a wooden bow that is short from the bottom and long from the top. The changing of society at the end of the first millennium created a requirement for education in archery.
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Jwpana led to the birth of the first kyudo ryuha stylethe Henmi-ryu, founded by Henmi Kiyomitsu in the 12th century. The Takeda-ryu and the mounted archery school Ogasawara-ryu were later founded by his descendants. The need for archers grew dramatically during the Genpei War and as a result the founder of the Ogasawara-ryu, Ogasawara Nagakiyo, began teaching yabusame mounted archery. From the 15th to the 16th century Japan was jaoana by civil war.
In the latter part of the 15th century Heik Danjo Masatsugu revolutionized archery with his new and accurate approach called hi, kan, chu fly, pierce, center and his footman’s archery spread rapidly. Many new schools were formed, some of which such as Heki-ryu Chikurin-ha, Istofija Sekka-ha and Heki-ryu Insai-ha remain today. The use of bow as a weapon of war came to an end when the first Europeans arrived in Japan in During the Tokugawa-period archery became a “voluntary” skill, practiced partly in the court in ceremonial form, partly as different kinds of competition.
Archery spread also outside the warrior class. The samurai were affected by the straightforward philosophy and aim for mind control Zen Buddhism that was introduced by Chinese monks. Earlier archery had been called kyujutsu, the skill of bow, but monks acting even as martial arts teachers led to creation of a new concept – kyudo. Ina group of kyudo-masters gathered to revise traditional archery.
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Honda Toshizane, the kyudo-teacher for the imperial university of Tokyo, merged the war and ceremonial shooting styles creating a style called Honda-ryu. Guidelines published in kyudo kyohon define how in a competition or graduation, archers from different schools can shoot japanw in unified form.
Mounted archery Japaana shomen-style: Apart from the shooting technique the schools and styles usually also show some differences in mentality and spiritual approach. Without generalization shomen-style Dojos more likely emphasize ceremonial shooting ostorija meditative background, the Heki-schools not counting the Chikurin-ha are rather concentrating on obtaining a high level of shooting skill.
The atmosphere in a Dojo, the proportion of ceremonial and “free” practice is depending at least as much on the personality of the leader of the Dojo as on the style, though. Istorija The beginning of archery in Japan is, as elsewhere, pre-historical.