Kenjutsu and Kendo techniques
Iaido (居合道, Iaidō) is a Japanese martial art associated with the smooth, controlled movements of drawing the sword from its scabbard, striking or cutting an opponent, removing blood from the blade, and then replacing the sword in the scabbard.
Bokutō Ryū wooden blades cross
Bokutō Ryū final cut
Bokutō Ryū crescent moon - The user utilizes a large extent of their physical capabilities to swing their sword in a single large arc, which occurs with such ferocious velocity that the technique can be employed in situations where only a very limited time to react is available. The swing can be used to counter attacks from multiple opponents simultaneously. The technique receives its name due to the entire movement being reminiscent of a crescent moon.
Bokutō Ryū Seven Swords Dance –
Shingetsu Ryuu Battoujutsu (heart-moon style, sword drawing techniques) Nishiki (second ceremony)
Hyakka Midare Sakura – 100 flowers, Storming Cherry Blossoms