Only the Yoshin-ryu buki/naginata school in Hiroshima, Japan currently headed by Koyama Takako and attributed to Akiyama has been successfully transmitted and survives. It is believed that these teachings were eventually absorbed by many other jujutsu traditions. By the late Edo Period, Akiyama Yoshin-ryu and its descendants had spread all over Japan. The most popular and well-known was the Yoshin-ryu line founded by physician Akiyama Shirobei Yoshitoki in Nagasaki in 1632. By the Meiji Era, Yoshin-ryu had even spread overseas to Europe and North America. The Akiyama line of Yoshin-ryu is perhaps the most influential school of jujutsu to exist in Japan. This line of Yoshin-ryu is noted for a curriculum including kyusho-jitsu atemi (vital points striking) and the development of internal energy, teachings most likely influenced by Chinese sources. Yoshin-ryu ("The School of the Willow Heart") is a common name for one of several different martial traditions founded in Japan in the Edo Period. The school was prolific, however, with its teachings surviving in many descendant ryu. Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.
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