The Bujinkan (武神館) is an international martial arts organization based in Japan and headed by Masaaki Hatsumi. The combat system taught by this organization comprises nine separate ryūha, or schools, which are collectively referred to as Bujinkan Budō Taijutsu. The Bujinkan is most commonly associated with ninjutsu. . Before receiving the 9th kyu (the lowest rank), a. Learn the proper Ninjutsu bowing-in procedures, how to tie your belt, how to In 8th Kyu you’ll work more on your rolling & body movement skills as well as. The training levels up to Shodan are called kyu and after Shodan are called dan. The student starts off as mukyu (literally Search form. Home» Training» Bujinkan Ninjutsu» Bujinkan grading system 8 Kyu (Hachi Kyu). Green belt ( males).
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Covers how to be out of the way of attacks with proper evasion by using your body effectively. The foundation for all of the more ninujtsu techniques you will learn rests upon your ability to move fluidly and go to the ground without fear.
At 8th kyu you will be introduced to the Kihon Happo movements, the fundamental ways of moving upon which our art and most all of the martial arts are based.
From this level on up you will need a partner to work out with. Ichimonji ninjustu kata ninjjtsu the first movement drill you will learn ktu the Kihon Happo.
Jumonji, Hoko and Doko No Kamae. Emphasis at this level is on having more flowing body movement with less effort. You need to be able to go to the ground effectively and be able to take your partner off balance using your body movement rather than muscle.
Basic tanto knife techniques are also covered. At this level in your taihenjutsu body movement skills you should be able to roll without using your hands so that you can either pick up a weapon or take down an attacker as you are rolling.
The Kusari fundo,a weighted chain, is the weapon focus for this level we always use a rope version for safety when training with a partner. Meditation, Diet, More Kihon Happo. The focus at this level is learning the Kihon Happo movements with efficiency and knowledge of the Japanese names for each technique. This level is a major step and accuracy as well as good body flow is a must.
Basic grappling forms are also covered at this level and the weapon focus for this level is Shuriken throwing niniutsu. Sword evasion forms, Medium level Grappling Kihon HappoBody grab escapes, Shuriken techniques, Beginning throws Nageadvanced kicking and punching methods also done while falling. This tape reviews the importance of this as well as introducing the sword, including ninjutsy to hold it, 10 different sword kamae postures and the basic movements and cuts from each of the 10 postures.
Sword postures 10 different kamaebasic movement and cutting from each one, Throwing skills of ganseki forms, Silent movement, using nature, Fist and body harmony, power moves, damaging blows crush your opponent. This level nijutsu on advanced falling, leaping, and evasion skills.
Kuten front handspringNoburi kata climbing trees, buildings, polesand Suwari gata kneeling forms: Shuki ken hand start fistSakki ken foot start fistShishin ken finger needle strike and Happa ken eight ninhutsu fist as well as Tai ken, the use of the whole body as a fist.
Weapon focus on this video is the proper use of Shuko hand claws and Kenjutsu Shinobi Iai the art of properly drawing a sword. Discussion on using dreams as insight into things that are happening in your life. Choking and strangulation holds, Knee and elbow nnijutsu, Bone attacks, Climbing trees skills, How ninjutsk draw a Sword several ways, Fighting from sitting and kneeling, Hand claws, Dream work. This tape covers Stealth movement and Gotonpo body concealment methods using nature to escape.
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Koshijutsu organ and muscle attacks are taught using points on the wrists, arms, shoulders, throat, face, back, chest and legs etc. Advanced throwing variations henka from the Kihon Happo movements of Ura Gyaku, Omote Gyaku, Musha Dori and Ganseki Nage are shown as well as Koshi nage hip throwsItami nage pain throws and a rare demonstration of Kuki nage throwing without touching your opponent by using energy and intent only- no body contact.
Weapon focus is the Kyoketsu shoge long rope with circular ring on one end and a double bladed dagger on the other and how to use Metsubushi blinding powder. Stealth, Escaping from danger using nature GotonpoAdvanced throws Nage wazaOrgan and muscle attacks of Koshijutsu, Variations of advanced grappling forms, Rare Shoge weapon, Metsubushi blinding powders.
Knife and gun disarms, how to deal with multiple attackers, Kihon Happo reversing and countering techniques as well as natural taijutsu body movement with a gun. Breaking body balance, flowing from technique to technique, capturing the essence of the techniques, and getting your life to work for you are all covered on this video tape.
Bujinkan grading system
If you have really been practicing, by this level of your training your life should be very different than when you first started training. You will be more confident, more relaxed and generally a happier, more aware, and more conscious human being. Now you are ready to really train! After learning a very solid overview of the nine traditions that make up the teachings of the Bujinkan Dojo you will begin to explore the actual school know as Ryu material in a more in depth way by studying the deeper principles and partner exchange forms called waza.
Unlike a Kata which is performed by innjutsu to perfection.
Wazas are interactive drills that are done with at least 2 persons both in a formal way and with many variations so that the principles of the school can also be learned. Ninjtusu also help you learn timing, distancing, and eventually true budo protection methods. Each of the 9 schools have their own focuses and attributes and may favor certain weapons. Rokushakubojutsu – Shoden, Chuden, Okuden, Kuden levels. Weapon is Naginata and Roikumiuchi. Take a look at Gyokushin Ryu principles.
While really incorrect they are often referred to 11th to ninjutxu dan, even by Soke Hatsumi as it became easier to say.