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His given name is Tanemura Tsunehisa Minamoto no Shoto. He took the name Shoto which means "Law of the sword". He is a descendant of Shiro Takatsuna of the Sasaki family. A grandson of Takeda Shingen came to the Matsubushi area and was later adopted by the Tanemura family. He mixed his blood with that of the Tanemura family. The symbol of the Tanemura family is a combination of the Sasaki emblem and the emblem of Takeda. The females of the Tanemura family use a similar emblem which is also used by the women of the Imperial Family of Japan.
After 14 years of service he left the Police Academy to complete his mission : teaching true martial arts to the world. He was also the teacher of the first foreigners Doron Navon, Stephen Hayes, Nowadays he is still a much respected Grandmaster all over the world who teaches both Iga Ryu and Koga Ryu Ninpo, who has more then 50 years experience in martial arts over 23 Ryu-Ha and who is still studying and learning new styles.
Currently he teaches Ninpo as the "Art of the martial arts".
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He studied with Shoto Tanemura and then with Masaaki Hatsumi. Hayes introduced the concepts of ninjutsu to North America. He founded a ninjutsu dojo in the mids, in Atlanta, Georgia. In about , Hayes moved to Dayton, Ohio where he continued to teach. It has a gendai ninjutsu division under the direction of Carlos R. Febres was a former student of Shoto Tanemura and T. Higushi and studies with of Ron Duncan and Bo Munthe.
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