(without interruption shoot - 通 し 矢) was its own starting from about 1600 operated Kyudo discipline, which was closely connected with the Chikurin-ha. It was shot in the form of a 24-hour rapid shooting in a 5.6 m high and only 2.2 m wide outside gear on the western front of the Sanjusangendo Temple in Kyoto sitting on a 120 m away target. The record was set by 18-year-old samurai Daihachiro Wasa, who shot 13'053 darts in 1686 in 24 hours, 8'133 of which hit her target. This corresponds to an average of 544 arrows per hour or 9 per minute.