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Re: Togakure Ryu Wazas?
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Interesting! Thank you for the information!

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most of the yondan techniques from the ten chi jin are from togakure ryu.

Posted on: 2006/2/18 6:36
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most of the yondan techniques from the ten chi jin are from togakure ryu.


To which grading syllabus might you be referring to? There's no "general Bujinkan Dôjô syllabus" that is followed everywhere from Honbu to the smallest Shibu

Some have strict grading requirements and hold tests, some have no tests and no requirements but judge the capabilities of the student with other means....

...or did I misunderstand something?

Posted on: 2006/2/18 16:22
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most of the yondan techniques from the ten chi jin are from togakure ryu.

Seryph, it sounds like you are referring to someone's own manual/syllabus as "the Tenchijin" (see also the other thread), which may make people confuse it with Hatsumi-sensei's Tenchijinryakunomaki (which most people probably think of as "the" Tenchijin).

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i am talking about hatsumi-sensei's tenchijinryakunomaki. the training guide based on the bujinkan dojo shinden kihon kata. from the other thread the kito ryu ten no maki is a different book. did this help at all?

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i am talking about hatsumi-sensei's tenchijinryakunomaki. the training guide based on the bujinkan dojo shinden kihon kata. from the other thread the kito ryu ten no maki is a different book. did this help at all?

Actually, you said,

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ten no maki would be the scroll of heaven. as far as the life and teaching, that is what the side note in my ten chi jin says: kito ryu ten no maki (scroll of heaven) takamatsu sensei's life and teaching. ive seen the name on ebay but it is not there now.

Sōke's Tenchijinryakunomaki is handwritten Japanese. It don't have no pictures of Kitō-ryū scrolls (with English captions), and I never heard/saw anything about grades, either.

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Many a Shihan - AFAIK - has written manuals, with pictures based on the Tenchijin ryaku no maki by Hatsumi-sôke. Many of these manuals that I've seen talk about grading as well (fe. the one "the red book" we have translated into Finnish from Shihan Bogsäter's original one - the original one has a grading system, and the last techs are Santô Tonkô Gata from Togakure-ryû AFAIK).

That's why I earlier pondered it might be someone's "pwn version", not the original by Hatsumi-sôke.....

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now i got'cha. so sorry, yes, it is a translated version. no pictures. just hand written side notes. it does have grading requirements and what you should be doing at certain levels. sorry for the confusion.

Posted on: 2006/2/23 8:46
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