History UsefulNotes / MiyamotoMusashi

6th Nov '17 2:33:33 PM catmuto
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* In the [[UpdatedRerelease [=PS2=]=/=[=PS3=] version]] of ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'', [[TheHero Lloyd]] can receive a title that grants him an outfit designed after Musashi's, while [[TheStoic Kratos]] receives one based on Musashi's real life [[TheRival Rival]], Kojiro Sasaki.

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* In the [[UpdatedRerelease [=PS2=]=/=[=PS3=] [=PS2=]/[=PS3=] version]] of ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'', [[TheHero Lloyd]] can receive a title that grants him an outfit designed after Musashi's, while [[TheStoic Kratos]] receives one based on Musashi's real life [[TheRival Rival]], Kojiro Sasaki.
6th Nov '17 2:30:26 PM catmuto
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* In the [[NoExportForYou Japanese-only]] {{[=PS2=]}} [[UpdatedRerelease rerelease]] of ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'', [[TheHero Lloyd]] can receive a title that grants him an outfit designed after Musashi's, while [[TheStoic Kratos]] receives one based on Musashi's real life [[TheRival Rival]], Kojiro Sasaki.

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* In the [[NoExportForYou Japanese-only]] {{[=PS2=]}} [[UpdatedRerelease rerelease]] [=PS2=]=/=[=PS3=] version]] of ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'', [[TheHero Lloyd]] can receive a title that grants him an outfit designed after Musashi's, while [[TheStoic Kratos]] receives one based on Musashi's real life [[TheRival Rival]], Kojiro Sasaki.
24th Oct '17 11:14:07 AM ChaoticNovelist
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16th Sep '17 4:31:11 PM nombretomado
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Compare YagyuJubei. [[IThoughtItMeant Do not confuse with]] [[Creator/ShigeruMiyamoto that guy from Nintendo]].

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Compare YagyuJubei.UsefulNotes/YagyuJubei. [[IThoughtItMeant Do not confuse with]] [[Creator/ShigeruMiyamoto that guy from Nintendo]].
26th Jun '17 6:04:36 AM bluntblade
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* A highky fictionalised Musashi is the centre of two novels by David Kirk, ''Literature/ChildOfVengeance'' and ''Literature/SwordOfHonour'', set before and after the Battle of Sekigahara respectively.
30th Apr '17 3:04:18 PM nombretomado
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* Hiroshi Inagaki's "Samurai Trilogy", based on Eiji Yoshikawa's novel and starring ToshiroMifune as Musashi:

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* Hiroshi Inagaki's "Samurai Trilogy", based on Eiji Yoshikawa's novel and starring ToshiroMifune Creator/ToshiroMifune as Musashi:



* ''Film/SevenSamurai'' -- Kikuchiyo (also played by ToshiroMifune) resembles Musashi in his youth, while Kyuzo resembles Musashi near the end of his dueling career. The SingleStrokeBattle between Kyuzo and an unnamed opponent early in the film was in fact inspired by one of Musashi's duels.

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* ''Film/SevenSamurai'' -- Kikuchiyo (also played by ToshiroMifune) Creator/ToshiroMifune) resembles Musashi in his youth, while Kyuzo resembles Musashi near the end of his dueling career. The SingleStrokeBattle between Kyuzo and an unnamed opponent early in the film was in fact inspired by one of Musashi's duels.
5th Feb '17 1:02:50 PM ultimomant
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* In ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'', a GenderFlip version of Musashi is a Saber class Servant. Interestingly, she seems to be from an alternate universe, as when she meets the Servant versions of her contemporaries, she becomes upset and comments that they are completely different from the ones she knows.
5th Feb '17 8:08:17 AM Morgenthaler
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** Here, he's voiced by a more famous seiyuu who EVEN voiced him in Musashi Gundoh...DaisukeNamikawa.

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** Here, he's voiced by a more famous seiyuu who EVEN voiced him in Musashi Gundoh...DaisukeNamikawa. Creator/DaisukeNamikawa.
7th Jan '17 4:22:38 AM jamespolk
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** ''Samurai I - Miyamoto Musashi'' -- Honorary winner of the 1955 Academy Award for Best Foreign Film.

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** ''Samurai I - Miyamoto Musashi'' ''Film/SamuraiIMiyamotoMusashi'' -- Honorary winner of the 1955 Academy Award for Best Foreign Film.
9th Nov '16 6:17:12 PM SneaselSawashiro
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Musashi was reportedly victorious in at least 60 duels during his lifetime, and by some accounts went undefeated. In one duel, Musashi is said to have been ambushed by most of the Yoshioka school's students at once, and defeated them all. Another duel prompted him to develop a DualWielding sword style, known as ''Niten Ichi-ryu'' ("Two Heavens As One" style). However, his most famous duel was the one on Ganryū Island with UsefulNotes/SasakiKojiro, whom Musashi killed with a single blow with [[WoodenKatanasAreEvenBetter a bokken (wooden sword)]] that he carved from an oar on the boat ride to the island where the duel took place (the day of which he overslept and arrived over an hour late).[[note]] There is considerable debate about the details of this duel. Some scholars even dispute that it ever occurred at all, and think that Musashi simply murdered Kojiro for political reasons. [[/note]]

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Musashi was reportedly victorious in at least 60 duels during his lifetime, and by some accounts went undefeated. In one duel, Musashi is said to have been ambushed by most of the Yoshioka school's students at once, and defeated them all. Another duel prompted him to develop a DualWielding sword style, known as ''Niten Ichi-ryu'' ("Two Heavens As One" style).style), arguably developed from the preexisting ''Enemi-ryu'' ("Circling Bright-style"). However, his most famous duel was the one on Ganryū Island with UsefulNotes/SasakiKojiro, whom Musashi killed with a single blow with [[WoodenKatanasAreEvenBetter a bokken (wooden sword)]] that he carved from an oar on the boat ride to the island where the duel took place (the day of which he overslept and arrived over an hour late).[[note]] There is considerable debate about the details of this duel. Some scholars even dispute that it ever occurred at all, and think that Musashi simply murdered Kojiro for political reasons. [[/note]]
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