GYOKKO RYU DENSHO PDF

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This book on Gyokko Ryu Kosshijutsu’ contains all of the kata the school, from kamae to Ge Ryaku No Maki. Each Kata has the name in English, Japanese. This “modern” Densho should primarily be regarded as basic manual for daily training. The feature of this book is that the individual motion sequences are. Everything in Ninjutsu is the basics. Whether you’re just beginning to research the art, or a long-time practitioner, the basics form the foundation of your training.

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I am trying to find some good -and real- information about other sources for Shindenfudo-ryu, Koto-ryu and Gyokko-ryu different from Toshitsugu Takamatsu.

Any information before Takamatsu?

All are based on yin-yang or in-yo theory – the union of opposites. Hicho no Kamae “This kamae has the feeling of storing up energy in the entire body, like a bird being wrapped up by a snake. In many martial traditions, regardless of whether they are Japanese or Chinese, the solo training exercises required to build Internal Power and Aiki are secret and passed down to only 1 or 2 students per generation.

This training was dehsho secret and very high level thus it was usually reserved for only the successor and maybe other senior students.

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Bujinkan Budo Densho Gyokko Ryu Book by Carsten Kuhn

Do you know where can I find “non-Takamatsuden” information about Shindenfudo-ryu, Koto-ryu and Gyokko-ryu? Leave A Response Cancel reply. Since Gyokko Ryu comes from China and is known as the oldest and most foundational of our 9 denaho, it seems the logical place to begin. Traditionally only the next soke was taught the Koto Ryu, whereas any student could have been taught the Gyokko Ryu.

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About Shindenfudo-ryu I understand that they are some rare sources about the founder of the Shito-ryu, Kenwa Mabuni, who was taught Shindenfudo-ryu in Okinawa. Unlike the Gyokko Ryu which plays more with distances, Koto Ryu is very close in its execution and is far more offensive. Throughout his vast amount of written and video resources, Hatsumi Sensei has gradually released a large amount of material from the densho of the various Bujinkan schools.

At the very least you will find a lot more people interested in the topic. Are Shindenfudo-ryu, Koto-ryu and Gyokko-ryu made-up by Toshitsugu Takamatsu or they can be traceable before him or by other sources?

I do believe that they have more than one skeleton in the closet, so that is why I am looking for another branches out of the Takamatsu thing, but I have not got any of it yet. Collin April 17, What I have done is pull out a few references from the Gyokko Ryu kamae that specifically discuss known concepts of internal power training.

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InJon wrote the book, Warrior Fitness: Thank you guys for your answers and thank you for the advices, but, I am not interested in any Bujinkan propaganda. Originally Posted by Oniwaban.

Again, thank you very much. Jon August 10, Any other gyomko about this Ryu? There is no doubt in my mind that Hatsumi Sensei possesses unusual power in his budo. Any other information about Gyokko-ryu? Combined, these 2 forces are controlled by Jin man in the middle and manipulated through intent.

Most if not all Bujinkan teachers I encounter teach taijutsu alone and nothing else.

Like Gyokko Ryuit is thought to have originated from China, being brought to Japan by a monk called Chan Busho, but when, or even if this is true, remains a mystery. Jon April 17, I appreciate your contributions. Again, a known reference throughout Asian martial arts for creating internal power.

About The Author Jon. Warrior Membership Login You are not currently logged in. However, you should not forget that the Koto Ryu is also a system in itself, independent from the Gyokko Ryu, with unique ways of moving.

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