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Question about Ryu-ha Technique list
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Hi all,
I want to find a site that outlines the main techniques of each ryu-ha and explains the kamae. My reason for this is so that I can write techniques in a way that I will understand and wondered if anyone knew good sites.

So far I have Three of Soke's books that I have been reading through The Essence of Budo, Unarmed Fighting Techniques of the Samurai and Way of the Ninja.
Looking for the names with Japanese and translated into English.

Kamae for weapons
strikes
throws
kata
and technique names..
feel free to private message.

Posted on: 2012/1/16 2:03
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Re: Question about Ryu-ha Technique list
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Traditionally these are transmitted from Teacher to Student personally in the Dojo. A written compilation would be little benefit to anyone.

Marty

Posted on: 2012/1/16 3:14
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Re: Question about Ryu-ha Technique list
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yes the only way to get that is from a teacher, but its also in the Kodansha books, what is available is in the unarmed techniques book...but whats important isnt the techniques or kata. Its not like traditional martial arts where you get the moves and are done....it only comes from direct transmission with a teacher with a direct link to soke, not books or dvds...

Posted on: 2012/1/20 22:07
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Re: Question about Ryu-ha Technique list
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Quote:

acordell wrote:
Its not like traditional martial arts where you get the moves and are done....it only comes from direct transmission with a teacher with a direct link to soke, not books or dvds...


So it is like traditional martial arts.

Posted on: 2012/1/22 10:37
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