Erinevus lehekülje "Miyamoto Musashi" redaktsioonide vahel

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Mõnede ajaloolaste arvates oli tehnika inspireeritud jaapani [[taiko]] trummide mängimiseks kasutatavast tehnikast.<ref name="Niten-Ichi" /> Teiste arvates jäljendas Musashi oma isa võitlustehnikat, mis kasutas korraga katanat ja [[jitte]]t.<ref name="Niten-Ichi">{{Netiviide |URL=http://www.musashi-miyamoto.com/niten-ichi-ryu.html |Pealkiri=Niten-Ichi-Ryu. |Väljaanne=Musashi-miyamoto.com |Kasutatud=9. detsember 2017 |Keel=inglise keeles}}</ref>
 
== Musashi kunstnikuna ==
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In his later years, Musashi said in his The Book of Five Rings: "When I apply the principle of strategy to the ways of different arts and crafts, I no longer have need for a teacher in any domain." He proved this by creating recognized masterpieces of calligraphy and classic ink painting. His paintings are characterized by skilled use of ink washes and an economy of brush stroke. He especially mastered the "broken ink" school of landscapes, applying it to other subjects, such as his Kobokumeikakuzu ("Shrike Perched on a Withered Branch"; part of a triptych whose other two members were "Hotei Walking" and "Sparrow on Bamboo"), his Hotei Watching a Cockfight, and his Rozanzu ("Wild Geese Among Reeds").
 
Musashi kirjutas "Viie ratta raamatus": "kui ma rakendan strateegia printsiipe erinevates kunstides ja oskusts, ei vaja ma enam ühelgi alal õpetajat".
 
== Teosed ==