Kusarigamajutsu

Kusarigamajutsu is the art of using the Japanese weapon Kusarigama. Kusarigamajutsu is featured in several separate martial arts such as Bujinkan (ninjutsu) and Shinto Muso-ryu. The Kusarigama is made up of three parts: the Kama (a wooden handle with a curved blade protuding at a right-angle on one and, and a small loop at the other), the Kusari (a chain attached to the Kama) and a weight at...

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Sojutsu Spear Fighting

Sojutsu (槍術) sometimes incorrectly read as yarijutsu, is the art of fighting with the Japanese spear (槍, yari). Sojutsu is typically only a single component of curriculum in comprehensive Japanese koryu schools; for example Tenshin Shoden Katori Shinto-ryu includes spear fighting techniques. Other famous sojutsu schools are Owari Kan-ryu and Hozoin-ryu. Because there were so...

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Shurikenjutsu

Shurikenjutsu is a general term describing the traditional Japanese martial arts of throwing shuriken, which are small, hand-held weapons such as metal spikes (bo shuriken), circular plates of metal known as hira shuriken, and knives (tanto). Shuriken-jutsu was usually taught among the sogo-bugei, or comprehensive martial arts systems of Japan, as a supplemental art to those more commonly...

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Bojutsu

Bojutsu (棒術), translated from Japanese as “staff technique”, is the martial art of using a staff weapon called bō which simply means “stick”. Staves are perhaps one of the earliest weapons used by man. They have been in use for thousands of years in Eastern Asia. Some techniques involve slashing, swinging, and stabbing with the staff. Today bojutsu is...

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Kenjutsu Sword Fighting

Kenjutsu (剣術) is the Japanese martial art specializing in the use of the Japanese sword (katana). Generally, kenjutsu takes the form of partnered practice exercised through kata (pre-arranged forms, as opposed to competition, solo, or freestyle practice). Kenjutsu is the core means by which koryū train their students to employ the Japanese swords against a variety of classical...

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Taijutsu Unarmed Combat

The Ninjutsu | What is Ninjutsu | Ninjutsu Description | History of Ninjutsu | Who is a Ninja | Traditional Ninjutsu | The Ninja | Art of Ninjutsu | Ninjutsu Weapons | Ninja Silent Assassins | Ninja’s Mikkyo Mind | Bujinkan Ninjutsu | Rules of the Bujinkan | Ninjutsu and Koryu Bujutsu | Ninjutsu Arts Strategy Taijutsu (体術, Taijutsu), literally meaning...

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Seishin Teki Kyoyo Spiritual Refinement

The Ninjutsu | What is Ninjutsu | Ninjutsu Description | History of Ninjutsu | Who is a Ninja | Traditional Ninjutsu | The Ninja | Art of Ninjutsu | Ninjutsu Weapons | Ninja Silent Assassins | Ninja’s Mikkyo Mind | Bujinkan Ninjutsu | Rules of the Bujinkan | Ninjutsu and Koryu Bujutsu | Ninjutsu Arts Strategy Seishin-teki kyoyo is a spiritual refinement technique in...

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Ninjutsu Description

The Ninjutsu | What is Ninjutsu | Ninjutsu Description | History of Ninjutsu | Who is a Ninja | Traditional Ninjutsu | The Ninja | Art of Ninjutsu | Ninjutsu Weapons | Ninja Silent Assassins | Ninja’s Mikkyo Mind | Bujinkan Ninjutsu | Rules of the Bujinkan | Ninjutsu and Koryu Bujutsu | Ninjutsu Arts Strategy Ninjutsu was developed by groups of people mainly from the...

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The Ninja

The Ninjutsu | What is Ninjutsu | Ninjutsu Description | History of Ninjutsu | Who is a Ninja | Traditional Ninjutsu | The Ninja | Art of Ninjutsu | Ninjutsu Weapons | Ninja Silent Assassins | Ninja’s Mikkyo Mind | Bujinkan Ninjutsu | Rules of the Bujinkan | Ninjutsu and Koryu Bujutsu | Ninjutsu Arts Strategy In the history of Japan, a ninja (忍者, ninja) ...

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What is Ninjutsu

The Ninjutsu | What is Ninjutsu | Ninjutsu Description | History of Ninjutsu | Who is a Ninja | Traditional Ninjutsu | The Ninja | Art of Ninjutsu | Ninjutsu Weapons | Ninja Silent Assassins | Ninja’s Mikkyo Mind | Bujinkan Ninjutsu | Rules of the Bujinkan | Ninjutsu and Koryu Bujutsu | Ninjutsu Arts Strategy Ninjutsu (忍術), also called shinobi-jutsu...

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