Purpose: This study examined the origin of Baekje military martial arts and the path and inflow of Japanese military martial arts from various angles, which were concluded as follows. Method: This study examined the origin of Baekje military martial arts and the path and inflow of Japanese military martial arts in depth, and grasped the current situation and problems of Baekje military aspect, pre-sented Baekje military form and Japanese military form, and sought identity. Results: At that time, the left-wing was the first of the 16 official positions of Baekje, and it was an im-portant position to be selected from the nobles and to replace the king in case of emergency. At that time, about 3,000 people came to Baekje, or Japan, and the brilliant culture of Baekje s Aska culture was passed on to Japan. In addition, the longevity of Baekje s nobles, the head of the government, led the country as the mainstay of Japan. In addition, Baekje s Musa forces expanded to mark the era of Musa regime in Japan, be-came Emperor in the first year of Emperor Munmu, and made Fujiwara no Miyako a wife. The Emperor of the 45th Emperor of the Holy Moo was crowned in 724, and the Emperor of the Baekje system tried to protect his comfort through Baekje people who moved the military as well as the cabinet. The outbreak of Japanese warri-ors was founded by the warrior forces in the fall of Baekje by the attack of the Allied forces in 663.,In other words, at the end of the Edo period, the warriors were practically disappeared by Saigou Takamori, who lost his battle and self-determination, and the beginning and end were made by Baekje. Conclusion: As mentioned above, reestablishing the history of ancient Baekje that went to Japan is a way to establish our national view and history. This is because Baekje was destroyed in the past, but its descendants are re-creating new history in Japan, so we should revive our culture once again as a god of law.
2. On the Origin of Japanese Military Martial Arts and the Destroyment of Baekje
3. Path and Central Power of Baekje Introduction to Japan after the Baekje Destroy
4. The Descendants of Baekje and the Establishment of Japanese Musa Genealogy
5. Baekje Culture and Japanese Military Mussadism