True Virtue Way

True Virtue Way

True Virtue Way connected Kyuden Kakita (CN2) with Shiro Akodo (L13), crossing Shiro no Yojin (L15). The poet Miya Jotahime named this road in a famous poem of the 3rd century in which she called the two families, Akodo and Kakita families, mirror images of each other, because their founders wrote a trea­tise on the way of the samurai (Akodo's Leadership and Kakita's The Sword), and also both were masters of their chosen style of combat (battle and the iaijutsu duel). [1]


  1. Secrets of the Lion, p. 65

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