Musashi, the Strongest Swordsman in Japanese History


Musashi Miyamoto is this swordsman s name. He fought sixty times in his life and never lost one. There were so many famous fights. There is an infamous one, too. He killed thirteen years old son of Sword Master whom Musashi killed in earlier duel. The students of this Dojo brought this thirteen years old boy, son of the late master, into the duel. Musashi killed the boy to confuse thirty Dojo students. He killed more than ten swordsmen in the duel including the boy and escaped. It might have been the only way for him to survive. Later, Musashi was writing to regret that he killed the boy. He explains that he was the head of this Dojo s group, thirteen years old or not. He must have killed the head to win. The most famous duel is the one against his rival, Kojiro Sasaki who was famous for skills and speed of steel art. Kojiro used six feet long sword with no problem and could cut fast flying swallow twice during the bird was flying in front of him. In the duel, Musashi was late about 2
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Musashi, the Strongest Swordsman in Japanese History

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