Muso Jikiden Eishin Ryu, shortened to Eishin Ryu, is a style or school of the traditional Japanese martial art Iaido. These pages serve to inform on Iaido, Eishin Ryu and the organisational structure of the All Japan Iaido Association (Zen Nihon Iaido Renmei) and its representatives in Europe.
Eishin Ryu is one of the oldest Iaido schools and, despite many secessions, still has the most practitioners. On the following pages, you will learn more about the history of Eishin Ryu, the structure of its system, the Dojo in which Eishin Ryu trains and the courses.
Since the beginning of 2008, the Kyû examinations have included a theoretical exam component. It consists of the written naming of various forms and sword components. The theoretical examination takes place before the practical test. In order to be permitted to the practical test, a required minimum of 60% of the maximum number of points must be achieved in the theoretical exam. For further questions you can contact your instructor.