Never before has there been so much rare Martial Arts footage compiled into one project. This is Japanese Budo at its finest! These are the men that continue the tradition. They are all here - Yamaguchi, Ueshiba, Kano, Higa Seko, Nishiyama, Tomiki, Richard Kim, Oshiro, Demura, Tohei, Kubota, and close to seventy more of the most famous ever Japanese/Okinawan Masters of the Martial Arts. Years in the making, this documentary is a collection of the best Masters of Budo, Karate, Aikido, Judo, Sword, Kobudo and much more. This is not just one person's collection but rather the collection of more than fifteen plus of the world's leading Martial Artists have contributed. The narration is excellent, the music appropriate, and the writing factual. The footage dates back to circa 1917, with some of it as recent as 2003. This presentation is close to two hours in length and is perfect for Martial Arts schools to play as a history lesson. Also, for those who are interested in comparing the kata of Higa Seko, to that of Yagi Meitoku, or who want to compare Hidetaka Nishiyama to Gichin Funakoshi, or maybe Nagamine's Shorin Ryu to Hohan Soken's Shorin Ryu. You will see why Masters like Ueshiba, Nishiyama, Kano and Miyazato will go down in history as legends and National Treasures of Japan. You will see some of the most amazing feats of power ever, Tak Kubota smashing his shins with a sledge hammer, Seiji Uechi slicing a solid concrete slab in half with a single cut of a sword, Mas Oyama fighting a bull, Hidetaka Nishiyama smashing boards in four different directions, to name a few. Languages included: English, Español, Deutsch, Italiano, Français. Lenght: 1h:50 min.