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Kukishinden Tenshin Hyoho "Denshukai" in Ayabe city, Japan
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What: Kukishinden Tenshin Hyoho Denshukai
When: November 19th-20th
Where: Ayabe City
Fee: 17,000 yen each (This does not include accommodation and transportation)

Kukishinden Tenshin Hyoho will be holding it's annual "Denshukai" on November 19th-20th in Ayabe city, Japan. We welcome all and sundry to attend this event. We will be covering the taijutsu and the bojutsu in great detail, then go on a short trip to see some of the historic sites of the Kuki family and finally a close with an embu at Wakayama Shrine.

The closest ryokan (Traditional Japanese Hotel) is the "Kikkoya" which runs about \6,000 yen per person per night (No meal.) However, one does not have to stay at this ryokan and is free to provide their own reservations and accommodation.

***SCHEDULE CHANGE***

The *NEW* schedule will be:

November 19th (Saturday)
9 am - 5 pm
Keiko will be at the Ayabe Community Center (near the ryokan.)**There will be a tour of historic sites after the keiko.**

November 20th (Sunday)
9 am - 5 pm
Keiko will be at the Ayabe City Budokan
(Address: Minami Otsubo 3-chome Nishi machi Ayabe; 5 mins walk from JR Ayabe Station.)

November 21st (Monday- optional)
*A visit to historic Koryuji temple and the Kuki family's cemetary.* Afterwards a visit to Wakamiya Shrine and embu(optional,) both of which are of great historic significance to Kukishinryu.


Please contact info@kukishinden.org for more information!

Thanks! Hope to see you there!

-Russ Ebert
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Posted on: 2005/9/20 0:03
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Will there be some equipment available if our own cannot be brought? Also curious what kinds of gi are recommended.... good thing is that I may be able to make it... that is if the gods of business can be cajoled a bit.

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We have copious amounts of bo and bokuto, so if you don't have them we can provide them. If you would like to purchase your own, you can visit a budoguya or I can order them for you and have them for when you get here.

As for a uniform, a white uwagi and hakama are preferable (if you have long shi-tagi , bring them for taijutsu.) If you don't have any of the above, whatever you have is if fine.


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Please also note that if you are currently studying the martial arts, you must have permission from your current martial arts instructor.


This means that in Japan we would have to get permission from Hatsumi-sensei to attend doesn't it?

I think the offer from the Kukishinden Tenshin Hyoho to invite Bujinkan members to the Denshukai is very generous and I'm sure many people would be interested in attending.

I would think that if people want to accept then someone in Japan should ask Hatsumi-sensei.

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This means that in Japan we would have to get permission from Hatsumi-sensei to attend doesn't it?

Yes, absolutely, thank you for bringing up a very important point. No one should have problems where there need not be any!

The Denshukai is open to everyone so simply no reason exclude anyone (seems logical.) This is especially true for those who might have the most curiosity. The interest is appreciated and it is hoped that everyone can benefit in some way or another.


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I just updated the Denshukai website.

Please click here: http://www.denshukai.kukishinden.org/ for the updated info. It has all of the little details and whatnot.

Posted on: 2005/9/23 20:16
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Interesting!

Posted on: 2005/9/24 11:42
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That's a shame. We would love to see you there.

Posted on: 2005/9/26 0:39
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That's a shame. We would love to see you there.


I bet!!

This is the same organization that recently within the last year began to promote and officially recognize Tanemura on their website.

Furthermore, Russ Ebert has frequently attacked Hatsumi Sensei's claims regarding Kukishin Ryu on both this forum and others in the past.

At the end of this day, this is self-promotion and insulting to Hatsumi-sensei.

Steve Boyles

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mekugi wrote:
That's a shame. We would love to see you there.


I bet!!

This is the same organization that recently within the last year began to promote and officially recognize Tanemura on their website.

Furthermore, Russ Ebert has frequently attacked Hatsumi Sensei's claims regarding Kukishin Ryu on both this forum and others in the past.

At the end of this day, this is self-promotion and insulting to Hatsumi-sensei.

Steve Boyles


I was sent the following pm anonymously, so I will reply here since this is the thread that was quoted..

"you seem to be playing both sides
I have quoted you here.
At the end of this day, this is self-promotion and insulting to Hatsumi-sensei.
So is your post in the GODAN Thread.
You want to get your facts right before you mouth off."

No, I think witch hunts by nature are not only self-promoting, but hurts the Bujinkan and Hatsumi Sensei in the end. Bad giri...

No, the facts are correct, you can even see Tanemura's picture on the site.

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