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Bushido

Precepts Of The Fighting Man (kamakura, Muromachi, Azuchi-momoyama Periods, 1185–1600)

Rokuhara-dono gokakun (The precepts of the lord of Rokuhara, 1247), by Hōjō Shigetoki

Gokurakuji-dono goshōsoku (The message of the master of Gokurakuji, 1256), by Hōjō Shigetoki

Tōjiin goisho (Last testament from the Tōjiin Temple, 1357), attributed to Ashikaga Takauji

Chikubashō (Bamboo stilt anthology, 1383), by Shiba Yoshimasa

Imagawa kabegaki (Imagawa's wall inscriptions, 1395–1409), by Imagawa Ryōshun

Yoshisadaki (The records of Yoshisada, c. 1338), attributed to Nitta Yoshisada

Jūshichikajō (The seventeen articles, c. 1479), by Asakura Takakage

Nijūikkajō (Twenty-one precepts, c. 1495), by HōjōSōun

Soteki waki (The recorded words of Asakura Soteki, c. 1553), by Asakura Soteki

Kyūjūkyū kakun (Ninety-nine precepts, 1558), by Takeda Nobushige; collected in the Kōyō gunkan. Redefining the Warrior: the Tokugawa peace (1600–1868)

Kōyō gunkan (A military history of the great men of Kai, c. 1625), compiled by Kōsaka Danjō and Obata Kagenori

Bukyōyōroku (Essentials of military studies, 1656), by Yamaga Sokō

Budō shoshinshū (Introduction to the way of the warrior, 1716), by Daidōji Yūzan

Hagakure (In the shadow of leaves, 1716), by Yamamoto Tsunetomo

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Science EncyclopediaScience & Philosophy: Boolean algebra to Calcium PropionateBushido - The Warrior Governments Of Japan, From War To Peace, Modern Legacy, Precepts Of The Fighting Man (kamakura, Muromachi, Azuchi-momoyama Periods, 1185–1600)