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Re: The Nine Ryu-ha of the Bujinkan
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The other day I was searching through google and there was the Genbukan main site on there and I decided to look at some clips of kata there and that was/is the reason for my comment..


I remember Hatsumi-sôke once commenting on the early videos on the schools, that they were just for "introduction". With this in mind, how do we know what others want to tell with their "presented material"? Actually, why would it even be presented "in the best possible way" in a very public forum?

Just a thought.....

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I remember Hatsumi-sôke once commenting on the early videos on the schools, that they were just for "introduction". With this in mind, how do we know what others want to tell with their "presented material"? Actually, why would it even be presented "in the best possible way" in a very public forum?

Just a thought.....
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I agree with you, I remember Soke mentioning it.

I'm not criticzing there presentation (intro) to there art, I was simply saying how I came across the genbukan site and happen to look at afew clips of kata and notice how alot of upper body was being applied, say "ura gyaku". I've been taught to use my legs, hips and torso to apply an effective gyaku at the same time controlling the balance of uke.


Your point well taken, thanks.

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