P. 21 sidebar. Under Skills, "Savoir-Faire (Upper Class)" should be "Savoir-Faire".
P. 28. Under Codes of Honor, the Samurai Code of Honor should be Bushido.
P. 34. Delete the first sentence of the second paragraph of Savoir-Faire (Dojo).
P. 40. In the last sentence of Zen Archery replace "modifiers" with "penalties".
P. 48. In the last sentence of the The Contest of Wills sidebar, the page reference should be to p. 47, not 38.
P. 60. The Piledriver is more commonly called an elbow drop. It is distinct from another manuever known as a piledriver in which the attacking wrestler smashes his opponent's head into the ground after grappling him and turning him upside-down.
P. 77. Aiki-jutsu is an ancient Japanese martial art, attributed to the legendary Yoshitsune. Only Aikido was founded by Morihei Uyeshiba.
P. 81. Goju Ryu was named and systematized by Chojun Miyagi, the successor to its founder Higaonna Kanryu.
P. 86. Kalari is the arena in which Kalaripayit is practiced.
P. 87. Under Optional Skills in Karate, replace "Philosophy (Shinto)" with "Theology (Shinto)".
P. 89. Under Secondary Skills in Kendo, replace "Philosophy (Shinto, Zen Buddhism or Confucianism)" with "Theology (Shinto, Zen Buddhism or Confucianism)".
P. 93. In the Ninjutsu Primary Skills, Shuriken Throwing should be Shuriken.
P. 97. The version of Praying Mantis Kung Fu described is one of the "northern" styles.
P. 103. Under Sumo's Secondary Skills, replace "Philosophy (Shinto)" with "Theology (Shinto)".
P. 121. In the second paragraph under Poisons, it's "Masuizai" powder, not Masuizaki. In the last paragraph, lacquer is $1 per dose.