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==Shieikan==
 
==Shieikan==
Yamanami was [[Ronin]] from [[Sendai han]] who practiced [[Onoha Itto Ryu]] ([[Menkyo]]) and [[Hokushin Itto Ryu]] ([[Menkyo]]). In [[1860]].
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Yamanami was a [[ronin]] from [[Sendai han]] who practiced [[Onoha Itto Ryu|Onoha Ittô-ryû]] (''[[menkyo|menkyô]]'') and [[Hokushin Itto Ryu|Hokushin Ittô-ryû]] (''menkyô''). In [[1860]].
He visited [[Shieikan]] dojo and had a match with [[Kondo Isami]].
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He visited the [[Shieikan]] dojo and had a match with [[Kondo Isami|Kondô Isami]].
He was defeated and was enrolled at the Tennen Rishin Ryu's Shieikan. In [[1863]], Kondo and other 8 Shieikan members joined the [[Roshigumi]].
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He was defeated and was enrolled at the Tennen Rishin-ryû's Shieikan. In [[1863]], Kondô and eight other Shieikan members joined the [[Roshigumi|Rôshigumi]].
    
==Shinsengumi==
 
==Shinsengumi==
 
Yamanami is believed to have been involved in the assassination of [[Serizawa Kamo]].
 
Yamanami is believed to have been involved in the assassination of [[Serizawa Kamo]].
[[1864]] January, he captured [[Futei Roshi]] at Iwaki Masuya and received prize money from
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In January [[1864]], he captured [[Futei Roshi|Futei Rôshi]] at Iwaki Masuya and received prize money from
Lord [[Matsudaira Katamori]] of Aizu.
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Lord [[Matsudaira Katamori]] of Aizu.
On the [[Ikedaya Affair]], he stayed in the [[Mibu Roshigumi]] headquater.
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In 1864 October, [[Ito Kashitaro]] joined [[Shinsengumi]], he could have been given higher status than Yamanami.
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During the [[Ikedaya Affair]], he stayed in the [[Mibu Roshigumi|Mibu Rôshigumi]] headquarters.
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Later in 1864, according to some sources, Yamanami protested Kondo and [[Hijikata Toshizo|Hijikata]]
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In October 1864, [[Ito Kashitaro|Itô Kashitarô]] joined the [[Shinsengumi]], and might have been given higher status than Yamanami.
over moving the headquater to [[Nishi Hongan-ji]].
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But Kondo and Hijikata completely ignored him which made him feel isolated.
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Later in 1864, according to some sources, Yamanami argued with Kondô and [[Hijikata Toshizo|Hijikata]]
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over moving the headquarters to [[Nishi Hongan-ji]]. Kondô and Hijikata completely ignored him.
    
==Death==
 
==Death==
[[1865]] February 21, Yamanami suddenly ran away from Shinsengumi.  
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On 21 February [[1865]], Yamanami suddenly ran away from the Shinsengumi. He was captured the next day and ordered to commit [[seppuku]] in accordance with the Shinsengumi Regulations (''Kyokuchu Hatto'').
He was captured next day and ordered to commit [[Seppuku]] along the Shinsengumi Regulations (Kyokuchu Hatto).
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His grave is in [[Koen-ji]], Kyoto.
His grave is in [[Koen-ji]], [[Kyoto]].
      
==Yamanami Keisuke's Sword==
 
==Yamanami Keisuke's Sword==
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