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Cute, sassy, and holding a sword. What more do you want? ^_^ And, once again, I wish I knew the source.

Cute, sassy, and holding a sword. What more do you want? ^_^ And, once again, I wish I knew the source.

Muso Jikiden Eishin-ryu / 無双直伝英信流 by oroshi, via Flickr

Muso Jikiden Eishin-ryu / 無双直伝英信流 by oroshi, via Flickr

The original classical pronunciation is Chiburui (see note). Nowadays some people especially the younger generation say Chiburi. Both are acceptable in Iaido. However Oe Sensei always used the term Chiburui For this reason I shall use this pronunciation. Chiburui is the action which shakes the blood off the blade before putting it back in the Saya. In Seiza forms Chiburui movements are remarkably large and industrious.

The original classical pronunciation is Chiburui (see note). Nowadays some people especially the younger generation say Chiburi. Both are acceptable in Iaido. However Oe Sensei always used the term Chiburui For this reason I shall use this pronunciation. Chiburui is the action which shakes the blood off the blade before putting it back in the Saya. In Seiza forms Chiburui movements are remarkably large and industrious.

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