Literary and Military Arts in Japanese is 文武両道 which is read bunburyoudou
The four-character idiom bunburyoudou signifies one who is skilled in both the “sword and the pen”, that is, one who is skilled in both the martial arts and the literary arts. The archetype being Miyamoto Musashi who was Japan’s greatest swordsman and also a master calligrapher. bunburyoudou is composed of the kanji 文 (read bun) meaning “art; literature”, 武 (read bu) meaning “military; arms; chivalry”, 両 (read ryou) meaning “both; two” and 道 (read dou) meaning “the way; teachings”.
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