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Re: Yume Otoshi
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ok thank you, I thought it had came from Kukishin Ryu but I just over looked it.

Posted on: 2011/1/17 0:49
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Yume Otoshi
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Does anyone know which Ryu-ha the technique Yume Otoshi comes from?
I was thinking Kukishin Ryu but I'm not sure anymore the only technique I found that came close I have in my notes as Yama Otoshi and the sequence of movements are different..So I hope someone has some information that could help.

Posted on: 2011/1/15 10:02
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Re: Dojo Advice From a Shihan
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The only problem with this is that alot of the people I see training lately really do try to stick to this philosphy. They want to skip all the lessons that have been taught in the "old" days and go straight forward to whats being taught today. The problem is they never learn any foundation and tend to be more like noodle martial artists then actual martial artists. People want to copy Soke and try to do everything he is doing and it just isnt possible. You have to start from the old way of thinking and advance on your own. You just can't teach people timing distance and angle's without first just teaching them how to walk. Wasted movement or not the lessons that were taught were and still are valid and need to be trained. My personal preference is the "old" way of doing things I believe it was alot more effective way of training. Staring off into space with "zen" like eyes doesnt teach you really how to fight.

Posted on: 2011/1/7 5:17
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Re: Bujinkan History in the United States
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Thank you Mr. Seago do you happen to have any information on who the 1st 10 Godan's in the US were or any information about Taro Yoshikawa?

Posted on: 2011/1/7 4:58
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Re: Bujinkan History in the United States
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yea we have talked about Yoshikawa before, I was just curious is anyone knew anything about his history in martial arts and in the Bujinkan also. Its really no big deal I'm just trying to learn more about the "Orginal" Bujinkan from the 70's 80's 90's. I think its good for everyone to go back to their basic's and study the beginnings of where we all came from. I'm sure their are lessons to be learned still.

Posted on: 2011/1/4 11:48
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Re: Bujinkan History in the United States
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yea like I had said above I knew Charles Bud and Jack had all 3 taken the godan around the same time I didn't know in which order. So now it looks like Steven Jack then Charles Bud....so now to finish the list

Posted on: 2011/1/3 0:15
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Re: Kihon Happo during 2011
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Very good story, and an awesome way to live your life!

Posted on: 2011/1/2 15:07
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Re: Bujinkan History in the United States
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yea I knew Charles was somewhere in the 1st 3, I figured Bud and Jack were also right around the same time. I'm not too sure after that though. I keep trying to get Charles to write a bio about himself and his history in martial arts. I think it would be a very interesting read. Do you know much about Yoshikawa Papa-san?

Posted on: 2011/1/2 15:01
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Bujinkan History in the United States
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I am trying to gather some information on the history of the Bujinkan in the US as far as who were the 1st 10 Godan's and when were they awarded.
I know Mark Hodel was the 5th American and I think Mr. Vandonk was the 9th. I can assume that Steven was 1st. Who were the others. Also does anyone have any information on Taro Yoshikawa and his affiliation with the Bujinkan in the 80's

Posted on: 2011/1/2 0:32
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Old Taikai video's
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Hello everyone I was wondering if anyone knew where or how I could purchase copies of the old 1986 USA Taikai's from Mark Hodel and
Tetsuya Higuchi. I seen bits and peices of one of them on the Heart Sword Preserverance video. I also hope everyone has a very Merry Christmas!

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