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Question about Ryu-ha Technique list
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Hi all,
I want to find a site that outlines the main techniques of each ryu-ha and explains the kamae. My reason for this is so that I can write techniques in a way that I will understand and wondered if anyone knew good sites.

So far I have Three of Soke's books that I have been reading through The Essence of Budo, Unarmed Fighting Techniques of the Samurai and Way of the Ninja.
Looking for the names with Japanese and translated into English.

Kamae for weapons
strikes
throws
kata
and technique names..
feel free to private message.

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Questions part 2 :)
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Hi all,
I have been studying Bujinkan for about 18mnths and I recently passed my 6th Kyu test. I have a few questions, there are many reasons that I decided to study this art and the main one is because I am right into the history.

Question One
is there a site or book that I can find the TenChiJin with paragraphs explaining strikes and footwork?

Question Two
is there a set number of techniques that you need to know for brown-belt?

Train hard and I hope to hear from you.


Posted on: 2011/10/27 19:42
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Re: Kukishinden Ryu Question
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Thank you for your reply.
Would you be able to send me a email to my personal email address?

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Re: Introductions
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Hi all,
My name is Joshua and I have been studying Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu for about 6mnths. I still haven't done my first grading yet, I don't mind though I like the history as well as the philosophy of the art grade is unimportant to me.
I have some problems with the rolls and I am slowly getting the hang of them. I especially like the fact that Bujinkan has so many different ryu-ha, I hope to train in this art for many years to come.

It is also an interesting art because it is not for competition and doesn't have dogmatic views like some martial arts that are used for sport. I have a keen interest to learn more about the separate ryu-ha and how the techniques were created.

Posted on: 2011/7/31 5:10
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Re: Waza, Kata and Technique
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Thanks for your replies. I do have an instructor and I go to class once a week, I am just trying to find some waza to do myself and I also need to have a reference to help me remember the names.
The books that are written by Hatsumi Soke are hard to find the names and I wanted to know if there are other books that will help like Richard Van Donk?
I have my first grading in 8 weeks so I need to find something to help me add to my notes.

Posted on: 2011/7/28 17:53
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Waza, Kata and Technique
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Hi all,
I was wondering what the difference between a waza, kata and technique are?
I also want to know what is a good way to train these on my own, I also wondered if there is a site that list some of the basic techniques or would it be worthwhile for me to buy the Ten Chi Jin book.
The only Ten Chi Jin book that I could find is the one that is written by Richard Van Donk is this book good to get?

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Re: Kihon training
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My training in the Kihon Happo at class includes Sanshin no Kata, Koshi Sanpo and wristlock's. Our sensei then gets us to practice these from tsuki (punches) and grabs.
We also do Sanshin attack and defense to practice proper distance and timing. Then our sensei picks a technique and all the class gets to try it no matter what our grade, then explains important points of the technique eg footwork timing and strikes to use etc.

Posted on: 2011/7/22 20:51
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Re: New book by Soke - Unarmed fighting techniques of the Samurai
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I have read this book and I like it very much. I can't wait till the Essence of Budo comes out, I also have two other books by Soke Way of the Ninja and The Nine traditions.

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Re: What represents great Bujinkan taijutsu to you?
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To me good Taijutsu includes:
-Balance
-Kamae
-Ukemi
I also think that the tori needs to be able the to the technique without the uke noticing or being hurt. Taijutsu also needs to be adapted to the persons own body structure and personalized attributes.
Another important aspect of good Taijutsu in my opinion is being able to flow from technique to technique.

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Kukishinden Ryu Question
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Hi all,
What are the main aspects of this Ryu-ha? I am interested in learning how the waza were created and also some of the kata.
I am interested in both the Genbukan and Bujinkan. Are there any good books that give information about this ryu-ha?
thanks all!
Train well


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