Bujinkan training involves the practice and study of nine martial arts traditions recognized by the Japanese government and worldwide

 

These are:

 

  • Togakure Ryu
  • Gyokko Ryu
  • Kukishinden Ryu
  • Shinden Fudo Ryu
  • Gikan Ryu
  • Takagi Yoshin Ryu
  • Koto Ryu
  • Kumogakure Ryu
  • Gyokushin Ryu

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Bujinkan international training is based on the study of nine Japanese martial art traditions, the techniques involve armed and unarmed combat, military strategy, philosophy and history.


Training involves:
  • Tai Jutsu - unarmed combat
  • Ken Jutsu - sword combat
  • Bo Jutsu - staff combat
  • Shuriken Jutsu - throwing blades
  • Yari Jutsu - Spear
  • Naginata Jutsu - Japanese Halbed
  • Kusarigama jutsu - Chain and Sickle
  • Kayaku Jutsu - Techniques with fire
  • Henso Jutsu - Disguise
  • Shinobi iri Jutsu - Stealth methods
  • Ba Jutsu - Horse Riding
  • Sui Ren Jutsu - Water Techniques

Training Schedule

 

Day of week Classes Time
Mondays Bujinkan Adults (Beginners Class) 7:00pm - 9:30pm
Tuesdays Bujinkan Adults (Intermediate Applications) 7:00pm - 9:30pm
Fridays Bujinkan Adults (All Grades) 7:00pm - 9:30pm