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  • Fuke-Shû Shakuhachi - History and facts of the Fuke-Shû sect, and the bamboo flute played by Zen Monks to attain enlightment. [English/French/Japanese]
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  • Kotodama - Shakuhachi Tips by Kaoru Kakizakai - translated by Zachary Braverman. Also includes a weblog - Kyushu Journal.
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  • Let's Play the Bamboo Flute - Instructions for building a flute from PVC pipe and related software for use with Windows and Macintosh. [Part of a bilingual Japanese/English site]
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  • Michael A. Firman's Shakuhachi Page - An American amateur player's site, with photos of contemporary Japanese masters from the 1998 Boulder, Colorado World Shakuhachi Festival.
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  • Shaku Design - Technical resource information, tuning, maintenance, mouthpieces, and construction.
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  • The Shakuhachi Mailing List Web Archive - Descriptive articles, FAQs and other resources for shakuhachi enthusiasts, players, performers and listlurkers. Articles on Hochiku versus Shakuhachi, and mailing flutes.
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  • Shakuhachi New York - Dedicated to fostering the study and performance of Shakuhachi (Japanese Bamboo Flute). A Guide to the Shakuhachi community in New York.
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  • Shakuhachi Summer Camp of the Rockies - Summer camp in the Rockies for learning with masters of the tradition.
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  • Tai Hei Shakuhachi - Resources with playing guides, craft manuals, books, sheet music, recordings, teacher directory, buying guide. Manufacturer of cast bore bamboo flutes.
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  • Yahoo! Groups : komuso - Mailing list for all levels of experience.
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  • Yahoo! Groups : sfbayshakuhachi - San Francisco Bay Area mailing list.
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  • Yahoo! Groups : shakuhachisectofeasternusa - Mailing list for experienced players and newcomers.
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