Ichi-Miru or "first look" was the art of observation developed by Agasha Kitsuki. By observing the subject's actions and behaviour their nature, disposition, temperament, habits and mannerisms could be determined. [1] This art was taught and continually refined in the Dojo of the First Glance at Shiro Kitsuki and in the Dojo of the Perfect Word near Kyuden Tonbo. [2]

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  1. Way of the Dragon, p. 40
  2. Secrets of the Dragon, p. 16

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