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Dojos besides the Hombu to train
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Hi, I'm studying a master in Japan and I can't find dojos near me.

Is there a directory or something like that?

I'm looking for places near Shinjuku preferably but no I can't find information anywhere.

Thank you in advance!

Gassho!

Posted on: 2016/8/8 17:13
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We will be mobilized!?!?!?!
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Sooooooo....
Apparently we will all be mobilized as the Bujinkan to fight evil in the world. Get ready *tongue massively in cheek*
http://www.starshipearththebigpicture.com/tag/dragon-family/
"In addition to the financial sanctions against the Feds, the worlds’ martial arts societies will be mobilized to finish off the genocidal faction of the Khazarian mafia. Chodoin Daikaku, the ostensible head of many of the world’s martial arts factions, is being relieved of his duties and will be replaced by Masaaki Hatsumi, head of the Bujinkan Dojo. The reason for this is that Daikaku, whose real name is Ryosuke Matsuura, has refused to mobilize the martial arts societies under his supposed leadership despite being presented with ample proof that the Khazarian mafia has been actively trying to murder more than 90% of the world’s population. In other words, multiple blows have been struck against the human race and, despite a legitimate need for self-defense, he does nothing."

Posted on: 2016/4/20 5:17
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Re: Where in the world are...???
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Ed is touring around Europe at the moment.
I am hosting him at the end of May in the UK for a weekend seminar.

Posted on: 2016/4/6 8:49
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Re: Ann Arbor, Michigan
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I find his name in Path Notes of an American Ninja Master. I see that his school goes by the name Bujinkan Ki Oni Dojo.

Has anybody ever trained with Otto Cardew before? I would like to know if it would be worth it to put more effort in to tracking him down.

Posted on: 2016/4/5 2:07
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Ann Arbor, Michigan
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I would like to continue my training in the Ann Arbor, Michigan area and so far I can find information on the UofM Bujinkan Dojo but training at the times they train may be difficult.

I keep running into lots of references to some training groups that are in the area and one name keeps popping up which is Otto Cardew. The contact information I can find for Otto seems to be out of date.

Does anybody know anything about him and if possible how to get a hold of him?

Posted on: 2016/3/31 13:23
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Re: Kyudo within the nine schools
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In the Kukishin Ryu densho it is not Shajutsu, it is Kishajutsu (archery on horseback), and it is actually 15 techniques but the description is cryptic and not helpful at all.

Posted on: 2016/3/17 18:54
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Re: Where in the world are...???
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Andrew McDonald is in Australia, he is on my Facebook, yu will find him on there

Same with Ed Lomax and Tim Bathurst

Posted on: 2016/3/17 18:49
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Re: kukishinden ryu biken 3 Kuden techniques
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HI
Yes they are, there is no set step by step movement for these.

They are more of concepts and suggestions for the use of the sword.

Many say they are not in the densho but the copy of a densho I saw they are written very clearly in them.

The first one talks about seigan no kamae and looking at his eyes and being Fudo.

There is also a section a before the kata that is called Kasumi No Ho, that is also about the use of sword and your current inner state

Posted on: 2016/3/17 18:47
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MA Gun License enables us to carry our weapons
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MA Gun license is the talk of the town. In Massachusetts, people who don't have MA gun license aren't legalized to carry any weapon for self defense. They need to obtain this license. Therefore, many NRA certified firearms safety training schools are conducting training classes for people. These courses will make them eligible to apply for the license.

Posted on: 2016/3/5 17:03
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kukishinden ryu biken 3 Kuden techniques
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I have been studying kukishinden ryu biken Waza recently and have come to the following kata

Fudo no Ken
Engeki-Buchi
Himyo-Ken

to my understanding these kata are to do with the mindset/attitude for a real sword fight

Perhaps anyone could elaborate on the following biken-waza


anyone seen,or know what these are?

thank you for the input

Posted on: 2016/1/12 4:52
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