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An old Japanese sword technique. It was first looked down upon, because it went against the Bushido, which is the Samurai code of honor. It used dual Katana swords, and using them in a way that the two swords would never touch, but would always be either in a defensive, or offensive position. The only true master of Ni To Ichi Ryu was Jubei, with his skill, he was never defeated, and is a legend today in Japanese folklore.

A drum n bass artist, Photek, was honored in 1997 when he was allowed to feature the Ni To Ichi Ryu in his music video entitled "Ni Ten Ichi Ryu". The master of the Dojo allowed the filming, because he said that the song was influenced by japanese traditions, and was a modern interpretation of the style, except in music format.

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