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Koppōjutsu (骨法術) means attacks against bones in Japanese. Koppōjutsu is commonly considered a hard art in comparison to the soft arts such as koshijutsu (骨指術; attacks against muscles). Legend claims it was invented by the kappa, who excel at this discipline.
- Nihon Budōden Koppōkai (Japanese)
- Kaze no ryu Bugei Dojo - The japanese art of breaking bones explained - (spanish)
- History of Kappa and origins of Koppojutsu
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