Two Heavens One Style in Japanese is 二天一流 which is read niten ichiryuu
niten ichiryuu is a fighting style developed by Miyamoto Musashi in the 17th century that uses both the long and the short sword. niten ichiryuu literally means “Two Heavens One Style” and is composed of the kanji 二 (read ni) meaning “two”, 天 (read ten) meaning “heaven, sky”, 一 (read ichi) meaning “one”, and 流 (read ryuu) meaning “style”.
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