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Bujinkan Dojo in San Jose?
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Hello,
I live in San Jose and am looking for a Bujinkan Dojo in the area. Does anyone know of any? Any links or instructor email addresses provided would be appreciated.

Thanks!

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Try Shihan Julio Toribio's wed stie (www.artofdarkness.org), he might have an Dojo, or know another Shidoshi in the area.


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There is this tool on the internet, it is called Google. It is what those in the "Net" business call a "search engine". Basically, this allows you to input search criteria, and the engine searches for web sites which include your search criteria. For example, what you could do is, go to google dot com, input California and Bujinkan, and then "click" on the numerous "hits" that "come up". You will note there are many dojo in California. However, many Bujinkan dojo do not advertise or build commercial websites. This is refered to as "keepin' it real". But, you could go to a nearby, advertised dojo and ask the "budoka" there for more information.

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Yes...also on winjutsu.com is the Bujinkan Yellow Pages.

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Re: Bujinkan Dojo in San Jose?
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I am well aware of how to use google.This is why I posted here asking..I was hoping that I could find someone who was a part of a dojo that did not advertise or commercialize. I do not want to go to a dojo that teaches 13 different arts in one place for one low, low price. I apologize if I somehow insulted anyone by asking.

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Well then it sounds like you are good to go. So hit the street, do some leg work. Find the dojo that is right for you and train hard. There is certainly a dojo or more within an hour of your home, so find them, (this might not be as easy as asking on a Net forum) and keep going.

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Robert,
didn't you tell me that you had graduated from charm school?

Then again,
Robert makes a good point:
Global forums are of limited value for local issues.

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Quote:

petelohstroh wrote:
Robert,
didn't you tell me that you had graduated from charm school?


No, quite the opposite. I'm one of the rudest people I know.

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...and you are proud of it? What a shame.

To the original poster, not everyone in budo eats their young. Good luck on your search, and enjoy your training when you find a dojo you like. Hopefully this thread hasn't deterred you from asking other questions here about Soke and his art.

Cheers,

James

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JamesL wrote:
...and you are proud of it? What a shame.



Yeah, it's called kyojutsu, you (delted explitive indicating a bowel movement). Or perhaps I should just publish all my material on the Web? I doubt anyone will mind. Hmm...about 400 ryu-ha kata (starring me) in compressed mpeg, all of Soke's (english) books in .pdf, all of Soke's vids except Hidden Weapons "ripped", a 4 Japanese tranlations (Ima Ninja, TrNT, Hiden Togakure and Sojutsu .pdf). And all my notes, henka etc.. I'll just post 'em all on a website, free for all! Won't that be "nice and easy" for the diligent student of budo? Budo before the mass proliferation of the Net was silly! I remember, back then, you had get out from behind the keyboard and go meet people, you had track down dojo, and to do that you had to build relationships with your "buyu". What a waste of time. POOP, I think I'll just download a Godan, you can do that at Ninjutsu.com, right?
It's a shame that (deleted explitive) kowtow'ers like you exist, "Jim McDonald", (IMHO)

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