Ιδιαιτερα και ομαδικα μαθηματα ninjutsu

Ιδιαιτερα και ομαδικα μαθηματα ninjutsu

Δευτέρα, 29 Αυγούστου 2016

TOSHITSUGU TAKAMATSU TAKAMATSU SENSEI O’Sensei Takamatsu


TOSHITSUGU  TAKAMATSU
TAKAMATSU SENSEI
O’Sensei Takamatsu

33rd Soke of Togakure Ryu Ninjutsu – “The last living true Ninja”
O’Sensei Takamatsu (as we at ABD call him) was born in the 23rd year of Meiji (10th March 1887), in Akashi, Hyogo province. His given name was Hisatsugu but he later changed the name (using the same
kanji characters but different pronunciation) to Toshitsugu.
O’Sensei Takamatsu was one of the greatest martial artists to ever live. He not only practiced his art …. he lived it and  victoriously fought many to the death battles from challengers.
He began his training at an early age. His grandfather, Toda Shinryuken Masamitsu, had a bone clinic, and a Budo Dojo in Kobe.

Togakure ryu ninjutsu

Τετάρτη, 24 Αυγούστου 2016

Gyokushin Ryu ninpo ninjutsu


History of Gyokushin Ryu




It is believed that Gyokushin Ryu’s founder Sasaki Goemon was originally from the Gyokko Ryu or that the techniques of the Gyokushin Ryu were based on the Gyokko Ryu.
It is not known in the west as to what the fighting techniques of the Gyokushin Ryu are. All that is really known is that it uses sutemi throws. What is known is that this school concentrated more on the espionage side of ninjutsu, rather than the fighting side. It has been said that the specialties of this ryu were the kusari fundo, ninjutsu, koppojutsu, jutaijutsu, kenjutsu and iaijutsu, although we have no confirmation on this.

Soke Hatsumi Katana sword techniques

Τρίτη, 23 Αυγούστου 2016

Soke Hatsumi biography


Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi, Grandmaster 
Inheriting Soke of 9 Ninjutsu Traditions
 and
Founder of the Bujinkan Dojo
Born in Noda City, Chiba Prefecture on December 2, 1931.
Warrior names: Yoshikai, Tetzusan, Hisamune.
Started martial arts at about age 7. 
Grandmaster Hatsumi is the founder and International Director of the Bujinkan Dojo with its Hombu Dojo, the Bujinden (Divine Palace), residing in Noda City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan and has an administration office attached to his downtown home. He is married to his lovely wife, Mariko, a famous Japanese dance teacher and 10th dan director of women's training for the Bujinkan. Dr. Hatsumi is the inheritor of nine Ninjutsu traditions from the late O'Sensei Toshitsugu Takamatsu (the last true living Ninja) in the early 1970's just before Soke Takamatsu's passing in 1972. It is said that Dr. Hatsumi was the only one receiving indepth training with the great Takamatsu during the last 15 years of his life.