Bujutsu Thoughts View Larger Image Training in iaijutsu (or any bujutsu) means doing the same thing over and over and over for years. Not just the physical movements need a polished mirror to be critical of and refine, but also our minds. By ラジカスキー真照|2019-04-14T20:06:40+09:00December 10th, 2018|Bujutsu|2 Comments About the Author: ラジカスキー真照 Saneteru Radzikowski lives in Japan where he heads the sword school of Shinkan-ryū Kenpō. Related Posts Learning Koryū Kenjutsu & Iaijutsu Tradionally Gallery Learning Koryū Kenjutsu & Iaijutsu Tradionally I Am A Lazy Martial Artist Gallery I Am A Lazy Martial Artist Shu-ha-ri Budo Learning Gallery Shu-ha-ri Budo Learning You With Sword In Hand, Calm Yourself Gallery You With Sword In Hand, Calm Yourself Honesty and the Martial Arts Hermit. Being a good budō teacher and student. Gallery Honesty and the Martial Arts Hermit. Being a good budō teacher and student. 2 Comments David December 12, 2018 at 4:53 amLog in to Reply I enjoy the refinement Andrew January 5, 2019 at 6:49 amLog in to Reply The idea of repeating something year after year, slowly refining my body and mind, is actually quite appealing to me. Thank you for this. Leave A Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.