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It was happily shared with Koka -mono in an attempt to stop the arts of the shinobi from slipping out of history. It has been claimed that the Bansenshukai was also not available for public viewing until the mid-twentieth century due to its dangerous nature.
According to the researcher Mr Ikeda of Iga, there are Iga families who claim that the correct name is the Mansenshukai. It is impossible to establish if this is a regional difference — being Mansenshukai for the Iga and Bansenshukai for the Koka — owing to the contamination of modern research and communications networks between enthusiasts, who may have swayed the opinions of the families on the naming of the manual.
It consisted of ten books, which were divided into twenty-two volumes, with a later additional volume titled Bansenshukai Gunyo-hiki, which is a collection of military strategies. This complete collection of books appears to have been put together by the author after extensive research and information-collecting from other families and clans in the region who also held the arts of shinobi no jutsu. From here multiple transcriptions appear, with slight variations, including examples of reduced versions.
Some Koka-mono traveled the distance to Edo to appeal to the shogunate in the hope of recovering their status by offering them the Bansenshukai manual in To their disappointment, however, their appeal was not accepted.
A number of transcriptions of the Bansenshukai have been left and, as they were all transcribed by hand and not mechanically, no two transcriptions are completely identical in terms of extra snippets found here and there in the body, or extra volumes.
A few of these copies are in some major national and university libraries while some versions of the manual exist in private collections in Iga. Some of these have not yet been identified and cataloged. Yamanaka Tonai swore an oath of secrecy to Ohara Kazuma and Ueno Tamaki in order to obtain an extract of the first few books of the Bansenshukai.
It has recently been re-translated in various languages including English, French, German, and Japanese.