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Re: Togakure Ryu,Gyokko Ryu, Koto Ryu
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i read a passage in one of Hatsumi sensei's books titled "the way of the ninja" and he goes on to mention that the Gikan Ryu, Gyokko Ryu and Koto Ryu are indeed ninjutsu schools. This is mentioned under the part titled "Ninjutsu Diversity" if anyone does indeed have this book check that part out as it does clearly state that those 3 ryu-ha are ninjutsu schools.

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Posted on: 2006/3/14 2:01
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400pg.com back in business again?
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well just recently visited the 400pg.com website again and as far as i can see it seems that the store is back in business again, if this is old news please lock and i do apologise.

Posted on: 2006/3/1 5:31
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Re: each years theme and training in the 9 ryu-ha
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arrigato Yamazu San, although for the past few weeks we have been learning alot of techniques from Takagi Yoshin Ryu.

Posted on: 2006/2/17 23:41
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each years theme and training in the 9 ryu-ha
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first off i would like to apologise before hand if this question does indeed sound stupid as i have been training for 10 months however the question is each year we have a theme, so this years theme is Shinden Fudo Ryu now my question is do we all train in that specific theme that we're studying each year or do we train in all the schools like a mix and match, again this years theme is shinden fudo ryu would our training be limited only to this years theme or say like one week in training we could be doing stuff from Takagi Yoshin Ryu and then the week after that we could be doing stuff from Gyokko Ryu.
Sorry if this sounds a bit confusing.
Thank you in advance.

Yours

Giuseppe

Posted on: 2006/2/17 21:17
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Re: Ise Jingu
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Hello fellow Kutakian, that is indeed the web page i visited. and i was quite impressed with the Jingu. I must say i'm quite impressed with all things like that it gives out that certain aura, and thae art work of the shrine and many other shrines is marvelous. This is also one of the main reasons why i would love to visit Japan because of the history and culture of the country and i have just recently found a form of interests in the national religion of Japan not that i'm going to practice it or anything but i have to admit the history behind it all is so rich and vibrant, very very intersting indeed.

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Giuseppe

Posted on: 2006/2/8 20:54
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Re: Fake Bujinkan
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well as i can see, both redshinobi.com and the Faraji dojo are listed on the yellow pages of winjutsu.com
Have a look for your selves.

Giuseppe

Posted on: 2006/2/6 20:20
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The Toda family and their background
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now here is a question i have brought up with my instructor and i'm still looking for other Bujinkaners opinions on this one so any sought of help would be greatly apreciated. Now as all of you know the majority of the ryu-ha studied in the bujinkan curriculum was dominated (couldnt think of another word) by the Toda family, who also formulated Kumogakure Ryu which is a Ninpo/Ninjutsu ryu. However where the Toda family samurai or where they the famed shadow warriors of feudal Japan.

Arrigato (^_^)

Giuseppe

Posted on: 2006/1/29 1:36
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Re: has 400pg.com closed down?
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thanks for the info.

Posted on: 2006/1/28 18:42
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has 400pg.com closed down?
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just wondering because i placed an order a month ago for an embroidered gi, and i'm still waiting for the item to come through i have contacted them twice via email and i have not received a response also i attempted to visit their site again and it states that the site is temp unavailable.
What does everyone else think.

Giuseppe

Posted on: 2006/1/28 6:27
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Ise Jingu
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i have just recently visited the website of the famous "Jingu" shrine and found that the information and facts of the shrine quite interesting, just wondering if there are any kutakians on here that have visited the Jingu or any other shrines and could someone perhaps tell me of their experience when they visited a shrine of any kind in Japan.

Arrigato (^_^)

Giuseppe

Posted on: 2006/1/28 5:12
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