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Re: Training in Australia
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On behalf of my cousin Paul and I thanks guys, will search some more, nice list by sounds of it, but hard nonetheless.

We will be ok.


Thanks again

Daniel

Posted on: 2005/4/26 12:02
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Re: Chief Shihan
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Thanks guys, I am happy that people can give information when requested.

The way to a greater insight is to share it.

Posted on: 2005/4/26 11:58
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Re: muramatsu sensei?
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Perhaps if I could find a search field on this site I would have mate.

Given that I could not see one, I was not about to spend countless hours on here searching for a topic that could be anywhere. I do have other things to do in life

Take care, thanks for redirecting me anyhow.

Daniel

Posted on: 2005/4/26 11:50
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Training in Australia
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Who are the recommended training Shihan or instructors in Australia?

I am frequently on the move with work, so do not know how they would feel about me training for brief periods, such as 1 month at a time, but you never know.

What are these guys like (who have they trained under) and their ranks please (not that this means a lot, just curious, not the basis of me selecting them, I would much rather see them in person)?

Andrew McDonald
Andrew Jarvis
Mike Tattoli
Mike Hammond
Andrew Netes
Jamie McCaninch
Gary Bailey
Duncan Stewart

Thanks guys

Sorry just realised under wrong thread, but if you could still answer and or redirect, thanks kindly.


Daniel Ramsay


Posted on: 2005/4/25 21:36
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Chief Shihan
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Hi guys,

Would somebody please inform me of the main Shihan in Japan?

Names that I have found uppon research are:

of course:
Soke Hatsumi

Seno Shihan
Shiraishi Shihan
Noguchi Shihan
Nagato Shihan
Nagase Shihan
Sameya Shihan
Kan Shihan
Ishizuka Shihan
Oguro Shihan
Ohashi Shihan

Please forgive me if these are not current, correct, or spelt wrong, or if I have omitted anyone, of course, without intent.

Sincere thanks

Daniel Ramsay

Posted on: 2005/4/25 21:17
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muramatsu sensei?
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Hi guys,

Would appreciate any news on this gentleman if I may?

Such as who his prime instructors, students and training partners are/were?

Is he still Bujinkan?

Thanks all.


Daniel Ramsay

Posted on: 2005/4/25 21:03
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Re: Names
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Nice post.

I'm curious to know who the "Main" instructors are that's all.

As for others, there are countless more guys who are awesome, some i know, some i don't.

Couldn't give a rats ass who are the better "fighters", all i'm interested is the budo.
I know you didn't mention this.

PPl should look at lists with a grain of salt. The list was merely meant to ponder whther these were/are the "main" guys in Japan.

There are several ppl over here who i would prefer to train with than with other 12 th dans etc in Japan.

All about the budo.

Cheers anyhow.

Back in few weeks.


Posted on: 2003/7/28 19:47
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Re: Nakadai-sensei
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I care, that's why i asked obviously!

Only a question Ben, relax.

Why else would i care who the top guys are etc, if i'm not even gonna train with all anyway?

IMHO rank doesn't mean anything as well, i was just curious.

I've seen "Masters" and 6th dans etc go in UFC etc and get canned.

You should judge by the person's skills and not the accessory - their rank.

A master in Bujinkan could commence training in Karate (as a White belt) and demonstrate more than a Black, rank don't mean crap.

A boxer could take a master out and vise versa, why, because a punch is a punch, a strike is a strike.

Strikes have no ranks.

Duncan Mitchell puts it the best.

Take Easy guys.

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Posted on: 2003/7/26 14:22
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Re: Instructors?
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Thanks guys.

That's right, i have heard of Nagase, Brin and King.

WOW, i'd love to see ALL these guys at the same sitting, and see them pair up for demos.

Does this ever happen (pairing up) where they are free to attack, hence defend in any spontaneous situation (during training of course)?

What dan is Nakadai BMD iron fist?

Posted on: 2003/7/25 14:35
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Forgive me if i'm wrong, but, aside from Soke, who are the main instructors in Japan?

Nagato, Noguchi, Shiraishi, Seno, Ogure, Ishizuka, Muramatsu? (forgive the spelling please)

Others around the globe -

Van Donk, Sveneric, Hoban, Fleightas, Severence, Rossi?

Ranks?

Thanks for any feedback guys!!!

Posted on: 2003/7/25 11:06
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