Kihon Happo is the very foundation of Bujinkan Dojo Budo Taijutsu. Here is the eigth technique called Ganseki Nage from page 48 in the YUDANSHA book.
Kihon Happo is the very foundation of Bujinkan Dojo Budo Taijutsu. Here is the seventh technique called Musha Dori (Ude Jime Ashi Ori Kata) from page 47 in the YUDANSHA book.
Kihon Happo is the very foundation of Bujinkan Dojo Budo Taijutsu. Here is the sixth technique called Ura Kote Gyaku Dori from page 46 in the YUDANSHA book.
Kihon Happo is the very foundation of Bujinkan Dojo Budo Taijutsu. Here is the fifth technique called Omote Kote Gyaku Ken Sabaki from page 45 in the YUDANSHA book.
Omote Kote Gyaku Dori Daoshi Waza from the Kihon Happo Toride Kihon Kata Goho of Bujinkan Dojo Budo Taijutsu.
Ichimonji Waza from the Kihon Happo Kosshi Kihon Sanpo of Bujinkan Dojo Budo Taijutsu.
Jumonji no Kata from Kihon Happo
Maybe you had problem understanding how I do some of the techniques, well it’s not supposed to be to easy. Anyway we just recorded the second Ura Waza to the Kimon Happo technique Hichō plus a few Henka.
Watch until the end and you will learn how to do Omotegyaku with the ass.
Gekkan is a technique from Shindenfudo-ryu in the Bujinkan Dojo, it is also included in the Yudansha book on page 130. Here is a variation on this technique demonstrated by the author of this book.
YUDANSHA – BUJINKAN BLACK BELT GUIDE
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This book is a comprehensive guide to understand the Taijutsu of the Bujinkan system as taught by Masaaki Hatsumi Soke. We have this concept of Shu-Ha-Ri which is three major processes to learn Budo. First, we learn the fundamentals, then how to break them up. Then you transcend to a state where you are totally free without even thinking of what you are doing. Needless to say, you can’t get to the last stage without knowing the first stage well. It is said that you should study each level for at least 10 years. This book is all about the first stage we call Shu. It is further divided into three levels.
- 天略の巻 TEN RYAKU NO MAKI (The scroll of Heaven)
- 地略の巻 CHI RYAKU NO MAKI (The scroll of Earth)
- 人略の巻 JIN RYAKU NO MAKI (The scroll of Man)
About the Author: Mats have been training Bujinkan Budo-taijutsu since the early 1980’s. He travelled all around the world to train and teach Bujinkan Budo-taijutsu. http://YudanshaBook.com
Print details: 8.26″ x 11.69″ (EU Standard A4), perfect binding, white interior paper (60# weight), black and white interior ink, white exterior paper (90# weight), full-color exterior ink.