In addition to Kyudo archery, there are two other kinds in Japan I learned about. One is called Toshiya, and is a contest each January at Sanjusangendo, a temple I visited in Kyoto in 2012. I wrote about it here . Although it was originally a competition to see how many arrows could hit a target and also in a specific time period (12 or 24 hours), it is now just two arrows per contestant and seems to be more of a celebration by enthusiastic amateurs than a serious competition. Just watch the first minute or two of the video above.

I also found two videos about archery from horseback, called Yabusame. Most interesting in the bottom one is how the rider practices on a moving, wooden simulated horse. And that the rider was part of a family that had excelled for 1000 years.