was the second oldest son of Chikurinbo and was in the service of the 9th son of the shogun Ieyasu Tokugawa and followed him to Nagoya. This started the close connection of the Chikurin-ha to the Tokugawa family. He completed a four-volume work (shikan no sho - 四 巻 之 書) on kyudo that his father had begun.
Calligraphy of Kobun Chino Roshi. The text is from the Shikan no sho
The Shikan no sho was translated into German in 2018. The font can be obtained from Alfred Schmidt http://www.gako-kyudo.at. It is suitable for veteran practitioners. Beginners lack the necessary experience to understand the encrypted messages.