Bujinkan Gradings | 武神館

The following students were graded on Tuesday 7th May 2019 Seniors Jason Taylor - 7th Kyu | しち Shichi Kyu | Green Belt 2 Silver Stars Rob Samways - 8 Kyu | はち Hachi Kyu | Green Belt 1 Silver Star Richard Moss - 7th Kyu | しち Shichi Kyu | Green Belt 2 Silver Stars Juniors Ryan Moss - 8 Kyu |はち  Hachi Kyu | Orange Belt Henry Taylor - 8 Kyu |はち Hachi Kyu | Orange Belt Alexandra Taylor - 8 Kyu | はち Hachi Kyu | Orange Belt Lewis Oliver - 8 Kyu | はち  Hachi Kyu | Orange Belt Sophie Oliver - 8 Kyu | はち  Hachi Kyu | Orange Belt Christopher Samways - 8 Kyu | はち Hachi Kyu | Orange Belt Charlotte Samways - 8 Kyu | はち Hachi Kyu | Orange Belt Theo Gomm - 8 Kyu | はち Hachi Kyu | Orange Belt Oliver Gomm- 8 Kyu | Hachi Kyu | Orange Belt Tinaye Majome - 8 Kyu | はち Hachi Kyu | Orange Belt Oliver Pinner - 8 Kyu | はち  Hachi Kyu | Orange Belt Sophie Pinner - 8 Kyu | はち Hachi Kyu | Orange Belt Massive congratulations to everyone. 張ってください  Ganbatte……


What Is Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu

What Is Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu? Excerpt from History and Tradition: "Unlike the conventional martial skills that can be learned by the body and brain in a relatively short time, the total life skills of ninjutsu are acquired through a lifetime of diligent training, observation, and personal development that takes the practitioner far beyond the qualities of a mere human fighting machine and moves him or her forward to a state of enlightenment." Masaaki Hatsumi The easiest way to define Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu is to look at the name in a slightly reversed fashion: The word budo is a term that refers to the ancient and traditional martial arts (warrior arts) of Japan. Taijutsu is a Japanese term which literary translates as body skills (skills with the body). In the art of Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu, we primarily use the term taijutsu to refer to the empty-hand or unarmed aspects of the training. Bujinkan (Divine Warrior Training Hall) is a single martial system comprised of the complete…


Bujinkan Themes 1988-2018

2018 - Muto Dori Continued 2017 - Muto Dori 2015 - Nagamaki 2014 – 神韻武導 Shin In Bu Dou / 神 SHIN, JIN god, deity; mind, soul / 韻 IN rhyme; elegance; tone / 武 BU, MU martial, military arts, chivalry. Bu or Mu refers to the warrior, Bushi or Musha / 導 DŌ leading, guiding. 2013 – Ken Engetsu no Kagami ("mirror of the fullmoon sword")/ Tachi Hôken ("divine treasure sword")— Ken, Tachi, and Katana/ Naginata and Yari 2012 – Jin Ryo Yo Go - Kaname, Sword and Rokushakubo, separately and with one in each hand 2011 – Kihon Happo 2010 – Rokkon Shoujou 2009 – 才能 魂 器 ”saino konki”/ Talent, Heart, Capacity / Talent, Soul, Capacity 2008 – Togakure-ryū Ninpō Taijutsu 2007 – Kukishin Ryu 2006 – Shinden Fudo Ryu 2005 – Gyokko-ryū Kosshi jutsu (Bo and Tachi) 2004 – Daishou Juutai jutsu (Roppo-Kuji-no Biken) 2003 – Juppo Sessho 2002 – Jutai jutsu (Takagi Yoshin Ryu) 2001 – Kosshi jutsu (Gyokko Ryu) 2000 – Koppo jutsu (Koto Ryu) 1999 – Kukishinden Ryu 1998 – Shinden Fudo Ryu 1997 – Jojutsu 1996 – Bokken…