Shinken#01 KIHON HAPPO with DEAN ROSTOHAR

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Dean taught Kihon happo techniques with “shinken kata style”, realistic fighting applications. He first taught unarmed basic and then quickly moved on to do it more realistic, covering all kinds of weapons.

Dean Rostohar teaches Kihon happo techniques with “shinken kata style”. Unarmed also knife and pistol techniques at Kaigozan Dojo from September 2007.

We also added a few clips from his shooting videos so you can see how it is done with a real gun against targets.

Who is Dean Rostohar

Dean Shihan has a lot of experience from real fighting in the independence war of Croatia, and also from his time in the police force. He was born 1965 and started training Martial Arts at the age of 10. He have experience from many martial arts styles but he was not completely satisfied with them until he found the warrior art – Bujinkan Ninjutsu/Ninpo Taijutsu. For his full resume, check out his websites. http://www.bujinkan.hr http://www.specwog.bujinkan.hr

If you want to sponsor a seminar or course, please don’t hesitate to contact him. For more information see his web site http://www.kesshi.com

Kihon#05 KIHON HAPPO with DUNCAN STEWART

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We had Duncan Stewart here in Stockholm for a seminar in the beginning of April 2010. We filmed all the trainings and release them on two separate DVDs, each one is 2 hours long, we also released another DVD from the extra training where he taught Kihon Happo.

KIHON HAPPO (TACHI KUMIUCHI)

Kihon Happō is the most fundamental and important unarmed fighting techniques in the Bujinkan system.

On this DVD Duncan show the basic techniques, henka and more advanced. Without weapons and with weapons, also the connection to this years theme Rokkon-shoujou.

Mats Hjelm Shihan from Sweden and Jukka Nummenranta Shihan from Finland also contributed to this training.

Budo is not about instruction. It is about learning to teach yourself. This is the first thing I want people who attend the Bushinden Kai to understand. We are all on our own Shugyo. We must take responsibility for ourselves, while developing the heart and compassion of the Bujinkan Bugeisha.

Who is Duncan Stewart

Duncan Stewart has been training in Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu since 1988 and is ranked Judan Kugyo. He has lived in Japan since 2004 and trains consistently with Hatsumi Soke, Nagato Shihan, Noguchi Shihan, Someya Shihan and Someya Shihan. He is often uke and asked to demonstrate at classes.
Duncan was Nagato Shihans sole uke at the Bujinkan Honbu for two years when studying direct from the Gyokko Ryu Densho and the Kukishinden Ryu.

If you want to sponsor a seminar or course, please don’t hesitate to contact him. For more information see his web site tazziedevil.wordpress.com

Kihon#04 KIHON HAPPO with MATS HJELM

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Kihon Happō is the most fundamental and important unarmed fighting techniques in the Bujinkan system.

On video Mats show the basic techniques. Each technique have two ura-waza and many henka. Included is for example Oni-kudaki, Muso-dori, Ō-gyaku and more as ura-waza techniques on this movie.

Please note that Mats added two techniques as ura-waza to each Kihon-happo technique, this is not common practice in the Bujinkan,.. yet?

The techniques in Kihon Happo is…

KOSSHI KIHON SANPŌ

- ICHIMONJI (+ two ura waza & henka)
- HICHŌ (+ two ura waza & henka)
- JŪMONJI (+ two ura waza & henka)

TORIDE KIHON GOHŌ

- OMOTE GYAKU DORI (+ two ura waza & henka)
- OMOTE GYAKU KEN SABAKI (+ two ura waza & henka)
- URA GYAKU DORI (+ two ura waza & henka)
- MUSHA DORI (+ two ura waza & henka)
- GANSEKI NAGE (+ two ura waza & henka)

The video is 100 minutes long. Instruction was in Swedish, but Mats added comments in English to each explanation in the video.

Who is Mats Hjelm

Mats Hjelm started training in Bujinkan for the first time around 1983, but it wasn’t until 1986 he had the opportunity to start training more seriously under a Shidôshi. He met Hatsumi Sôke for the first time in 1988. He attends around 20 seminars, go to Japan 2-3 times every year. Since he started training he never had a training break. He takes his budo training very seriously!

If you want to sponsor a seminar or course, please don’t hesitate to contact him. For more information see his web site http://www.kesshi.com

Kihon#02 KIHON HAPPO / SANSHIN NO KATA with HOLGER KUNZMANN

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Title: Bujinkan Kihon #2
Instructors: Holger Kunzmann, Bujinkan Shihan
Theme: Kihon Happo ans Sanshin no Kata with the feeling of Togakure-ryu Ninpo
Recorded in Stockholm, Sweden February 2008
140 Minutes playing time top quality
Language: English

In February 2008 he came to visit us in Stockholm, Sweden to give a seminar on this years theme. This is from the extra training and first hours from the seminar where he teach Kihon Happo and Sanshin no kata.

Recorded in Stockholm, Sweden February 2008

Who is Holger Kunzmann?

Holger’s main interest in Bujinkan is the basics. And he has become quite famous for his excellent taijutsu and very good knowledge and skill of the basics in Bujinkan.
Holger’s web site… http://www.bkd-reutlingen.de/

Kihon#01 KIHON HAPPO with TIM BATHURST

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This years theme was Roppô Kuji + Bûdô no Kiso – (Bujinkan sword basics & advanced).

Title: Bujinkan Kihon #1
Instructors: Tim Bathurst – 13′th Dan
Theme: Kihon Happo with the feeling of Roppô Kuji no Biken
Recorded in Stockholm, Sweden August 2004
75 Minutes playing time top quality
Language: English

In August 2004 Tim Bathurst came to visit us in Stockholm, Sweden to give a seminar on this years Bujinkan theme, Roppô Kuji no Biken. This video is from the extra training on Thursday, and the first hours from Sunday morning at the seminar (see Keiko#9). He taught Kihon Happô basics and applications with or without weapons, mostly knife and swords.

Kihon Happo

1. Ichimonji
2. Hichô
3. Jûmonji
4. Omote-gyaku
5. Omote-gyaku-tsuki
6. Ura-gyaku (was not taught!)
7. Musha-dori
8. Ganseki-nage

Recorded in Stockholm, Sweden August 2004

Who is Tim Bathurst?

Good question… Tim is a senior student of Grandmaster Masaaki Hatsumi, living and training in Tokyo Japan. After a few visits starting in 1990, Tim moved to Japan in 1997 and is one of the few foreigners to have earned the title of Shihan while living in Japan. Presently graded at Judan-ka (10th Dan-Fire level…13th Dan to some.)

Tim has never been in the Military, never served as a police officer, never done personal security, never been to war… Actually, the only thing he has really done is train with the best of the Bujinkan for the last dozen years or so.

If you\’ve been to Japan in the last 5 years or so you would have seen Tim at Hatsumi sensei\’s or Nagato sensei\’s dojos. If you\’re unlucky you will also have to put up with him translating from Japanese into his own Australian version of English… and occasionally into rather poor Spanish.

One of the huge benefits of training for so long in Japan is that Tim has learnt his weapons technique as well as his Taijutsu directly from the Grandmaster and the top Master students of the Art.

From his own web site… http://www.timbathurst.net

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