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Re: Secrets of Shinden Fudo Ryu
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it implies on the Rising Sun Productions (publisher) site that it's a series of ancient drawings from the school?...

http://www.risingsunproductions.net/c ... info.php?products_id=1661

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The Secrets Of Shinden Fudo Ryu Ju Jitsu is a small book filled with ancient and we do mean ancient information when martial arts were handed down from line drawings from one master to the next. This book was photographed in an old Ninja school during the 1950's and the book is now in a Zen temple in Kyoto Japan.


...interesting.


ps - the kanji on the front just says Shinden Fudo Ryu.

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Re: Shuriken
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Shihan Paul Richardson does some great ones here:

http://www.budoya.org/shuriken.html

Posted on: 2008/12/17 22:43
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Re: Mon
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As far as I know, this is the kuki kamon:

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however i could be wrong :)
sorry I cant help any better than this, maybe someone Japanese could find the others?
P

Posted on: 2008/12/12 20:40
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Re: Buji Rules?
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When I stated that I train in the Jinenkan I was told that Hatsumi Sensei does not allow Jinenkan members to train within the Bujinkan.


I'm no Shidoshi, however my understanding of this from what I have heard in the past, was that Soke doesn't want Bujinkan members to train in either Jinenkan or Genbukan.
I have never heard that members of either organisation were to be refused entry to the Bujinkan. I may have missed that though... :)
P

Posted on: 2008/12/12 20:13
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Re: About the 9 Schools
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jwills79 wrote:

"For Japan before the WWII, it was the Sengoku Jidai which gave birth to the Ninja."

correct me if I'm wrong, but...

Togakure Ryu - 1180's approx.
Sengoku Jidai - 1460's approx.

Posted on: 2008/8/29 0:31
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Re: DIY weapons?
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I might still pursue building a kyuketsu shogei as its a very small place here...


found this a couple of years ago...might help:
http://www.geocities.com/remipulwer/B ... yoketsuShoge/kyoketsu.pdf

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Re: Dogi Shop in Osaka or Tokyo
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Derrick,
You're an absolute star, thanks a bunch, this should be all I need..
Paul

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Dogi Shop in Osaka or Tokyo
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Hi All,

I'm not sure if this is the correct forum, but it seemed the most fitting.

I have a friend flying to Japan in a few days and I wanted him to pick me up a nice knee-padded high-quality Dogi with some smashing custom embroidery etc. He's going to Osaka and Tokyo...and guess what my question is? Does anyone have the name and address of anywhere in these cities that would sell recommended Dogi. Or if someone can point me to a site where I can do the rest of the work myself that would also be utterly fantastic...


Thanking you,
Paul

PS - if there is a place to buy already embroidered Bujinkan related Dogi, even better!

Posted on: 2005/12/3 1:12
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Re: Again, again, and again.....
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"Excuse me, could four people stick around and help vaccuum and make sure nobody forgets to take their bags and trash with them? Thank you."


hi all,
regarding the sign (it may be a little late in the day for this reply, apologies if so)...

I think notices of this nature only really work well, if:

1. - they're very short.
2. - there is a threat.
3. - and there is an obvious numerical price within it to catch the eye (eg. $50, or ¥5000)

I would write something like this:

"CAUGHT LITTERING, ¥5000 FINE!"

It may be harsh, but it should work

Posted on: 2005/3/31 23:52
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Re: what is the best gi to get for training??
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subotai wrote:
I ordered one fron Bujinkan Atlanta, haven't recieved it yet, though.


I ordered one from Bujinkan Atlanta in August, and received it in January!! (no reply from emails or phone messages)...they're slow, but the dogi has a really nicely embroidered "nin" kanji on the crest , and have an excellent cut/shape... a bit light-weight though if you're looking for durability...
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Posted on: 2005/2/25 20:25
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