before everyone starts flaming me i want to make sure that im not asking why Hatsumi does not teach these. thats up to him and his decision. Kumogakure Ryu Ninpo. This ryu is also a complete fighting system also one of the three Ninjutsu ryu of Bujinkan. Founded by Heinaizaimon Ienaga Iga. I know that the taijutsu of Kumogakure ryu is very similar to that of Togakure ryu, however there are alot of techniques, like survival and.

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Discussion in ‘ Ninjutsu ‘ started by chowFeb 11, Log in or Sign up. Gyokushin ryu, and Kumogakure ryu?

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Since Hatsumi does nto teach these why are they still considered part of the Bujinkan? Hatsumi teaches 7 of the 9 ryuha that make up the bujinkan, but why are the 2 that he does teach still considered the bujinkan? If the answer is simply because Hatsumi says so then i suppose thats ok but im just wondering if anyone knwos of another reason why they are still considered part of the bujinkan if no one but hatsumi knows them and he doest teach them.

I don’t have the definitive answer, but some reasons may be: He is, just not to us.

Gyokushin ryu, and Kumogakure ryu?

Maybe it’s in the works for next year, or the year after. Maybe he feels we’re not yru. As to why it’s still a part of the Bujinkan, why not?

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It’s part of what was handed down to him, so why not include it? Maybe it has been taught, but people at the time didn’t know it was those particular schools. In the end, the only person that would really know is Hatsumi.

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Maybe you could write to him and ask him yourself? Brad EllinFeb 11, I fully expect there is loads more apart from the nine ryu-ha included in the Bujinkan.

Techniques of these two schools are demonstrated on the DVD “Bujinkan koppo-jutsu” And Hatsumi clearly sayes that these arts have no named techniques Gyokushin ryu is about expansion and inserting yourself into the opponents movement as well as the use of the rope Kumogakure ryu is about contraction and hiding within the opponents movement Well my human imperfection strikes again I just reviewed the koppojutsu video Gikan ryu uses expansion and hira no kamae Ruu does some really neat things with concealing the teppan while it is in use Hi they are taught some times in class some times at Taikai.

If you view the Uk Taikai you can see Gikan Ryu and Kumogakure ryu There is at least one densho for Kumogakure ryu, and there are kata for Gikan ryu.

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One of my friends in the early 90’s got one of the shihan to cover some of it with him and the densho he opened quite clearly had names for the kata. Nintai Jisei – Be Patient All things come to those who wait. Somepeople study one ryu for a life time we have 6 at this moment in time, its still way too much to cover without 3 more being added to the training schedule.


ScociaFeb 12, Brad EllinFeb 12, Or if you do want to learn it i hear the BBD are teaching all nine schools, apparently they did a seminar last year on Gikan Ryu.

KeikaiFeb 13, In the 15 years I have been here I can only remember two occasions doing Gikan Ryu. I don’t know of any of the Japanese that have been taught that school or the other two mentioned.

So anyone outside of Japan saying they are teaching it is flat out lying. They might have seen one or two things but that is it. That make me wonder – i could probly ask but can anyone tell me what this certificate says – I’ve just refound it and im looking for somewhere to hang it but it seems silly haveing something where I dont understand a word thats on it.

Hi it will have your name and date as well as rank on it.

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