Tenchijin Ryaku No Maki
Principles of Heaven, Earth and Man
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touch forehead to knees. o Ryutai Undo – Dragon Body exercise – 4 exercises to increase flexibility in muscles and tendons of legs and hips. Seated position. lay all the way back to stretch the quads. Spine straight. They are recommended to be studied thoroughly. touch toes. Anger breaks heart and mind balance. o Kokyuho – Breathing methods Shinkokyu San’aun – Deep breathing 3-Aum • Shomen Kokyuho – frontal breathing 8x – from seiza. Authentic Bujinkan Ninjutsu / Budo Taijutsu
. Butterfly stretch Bending forward at the hips. Most dojo use these techniques for Kyu grades. sugar. Practice daily. Avoid things cooked with fire. Breathe deeply. Drop and breathe out as you turn back. o Retire as the evening sun sets o Flexibility exercises daily o Your heart must not anger. Ten Ryaku No Maki – The Principles of Heaven Bujin Shoku to Seikatsu – Warrior food and lifestyle o Awaken at sunrise o Cold water rubdown o Cup of salt water o Walk for an hour to 2 ½ hours o 3 meals per day bean curd sesame vegetables buckwheat flour small fish unpolished rice tofu o All natural foods.Tenchijin Ryaku No Maki
Principles of Heaven. Drop them as you breathe out. open your shoulders and chest as you breathe in. It makes one unable to see things and causes error in one’s impromptu judgement. caffeine and alcohol. Junan Undo to Kokyuho – (Junan Taiso to Kokyuho) Stretching and breathing – foundation of all taijutsu. rotate big toe and ankle joints. Earth and Man
Shinden Kihon Gata A number of basic techniques from all nine Bujinkan Ryuha. Avoid salt. • Seiza Sayu Shinkokyu – straight-sitting left and right deep breathing – open and breathe in as you turn in each direction. Spread legs wide and bend forward at the hips From seiza.
Hatsumi writes that as both Ukemi no Jutsu and Ankoku Toshijutsu both give the feeling of of passing into the world of the mysterious. o Zenpo Ukemi Gata to Ryusui – Forward breakfall form & flowing water Zenpo Ukemi Zagata – kneeling forward breakfall Zenpo Ukemi – From standing position – leg up Sayu Yokonagashi Zenpo Ukemi – left/right sideways floating breakfall – straight drop down Yoko Nagare – lateral flow – sideways extended leg body drop o Tare Nagare – dropping flow Koho Ukemi – backward breakfalls o Kaiten – Rolling and turning Zenpo Kaiten – forward rolling • Ryote – 2 handed • Katate – 1 handed • Mute – no hands • Natural applications Sokuho Kaiten – sideways rolling Koho Kaiten – backwards rolling • Ryote – 2 handed • Katate – 1 handed • Mute – no hands • Natural applications o Shiho Tenchi Tobi – 4 directional Heaven/Earth leaping Zenpo Tobi – forwards Sokuho Tobi – sideways.
Shinten Shinkokyu – extension deep breathing – from seated touching toes position. nagashi and tobi. Taihenjutsu – Art of moving the body – it is desirable that one grasp kaiten. open arms and breathe in. the art of floating the body or Sanpen Ichiryu (thrice-changing mono-flow). the three variations of taihenjutsu as one flow. left and right Koho Tobi – backwards Tenchi Tobi – Jumping high with legs tucked o Kiten – handsprings o Kuten – flips o Kuhi – aerial leap Shiken-Gata Taihenjutsu – True Sword Body-changing Art (Muto Taihenjutsu Shoshinsha-gata – swordless body-moving beginning form) – practice Shinken Gata.
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. Strive towards Sutemi (hurling the body) Taihenjutsu Muto Dori Gata – body-changing swordless taking form (basic sword evasion) Hira no Kamae – flat posture Ichimonji no Kamae – straight line posture Jumonji no Kamae – cross posture Ukemi No Jutsu – Floating body art. he grouped them together.
throwing something in that direction to capture their attention. Ihen no Kamae – extraordinary change posture 12. Doko no kamae – angry tiger defensive posture 6. Jumonji no kamae – cross offensive posture 7. Atemi – striking the vulnerable areas of the body Ateki – striking the spirit. Ryuhyo Fusetsu no Kamae – draconic leopard wind and snow posture 14. Seiza no Kamae – kneeling posture 3. fences or walls.
o Walking and wearing geta on ice to understand how to balance the body’s center of gravity o Gyaku-tachi Hoko – upside-down walking on hands in geta on ice o Taihenjutsu – body dropping techniques – reverse tenchi training o Running and leaping in geta on ice o Taijutsu and randori in geta on ice – breaking the opponent’s balance o Weapons training in geta on ice Ankoku Toshijutsu – Techniques of seeing in darkness (antiquated) o Seeing through darkness – bend toward the ground and try to see through the air o Katsugan – in Koppojutsu – the perceiving eye – when enemies attack in the dark. Hatsumi discusses the methods in which to deliver the strikes as follows. Ukenagashi – Blocking (parrying) – soke advises against speed in these actions that might lead to unnatural movement. not using a fist Authentic Bujinkan Ninjutsu / Budo Taijutsu
. Hira no kamae – receiving posture 10. bringing about a turn) Kamae to Sono Kata – Postures and their forms o Taijutsu no Kamae – basic postures 1. drop the hips completely. Digest the idea of bunting body action. (ki-ten or ki turning. Kosei no kamae – offensive posture 8. Hicho no kamae – flying bird posture 9. Hoko no kamae – encircling tiger receiving posture 11. but can also be used to run up a human body. Not only useful for running up trees. Shizen no kamae – natural receiving posture 4. not trying to see the person but observe the movement of the air. Ichimonji no kamae – straight defensive posture 5. o Practicing running up a board at gradually increasing levels of incline until you can run up a 90-degree post. o Jodan Uke – ukemi (receiving form) against a punch o Gedan Nagashi – ukemi (receiving form) against a kick o Shinobi Sabaki – stealthy manipulation (walking form) taught orally Hiken Juroppo – Sixteen Secret Fists – Before listing the fists. Fudoza no Kamae – Immovable seat 2. Ryuhyo no Kamae – draconic leopard posture 13. Hi no Kamae – encircling posture Shoten no Jutsu – Art of ascending to Heaven (also art of the victorious turn) art of running up surfaces.
body hurling strikes 11. Kikaku ken or Zu Tsuki – head strike 2. fingertips and palm heel strike 8. Fudo Ken or Kongo Ken – clenched fist or hammer strike 4.
Kuki-ate – Air strike Tate no jutsu – art of striking from afar Fudo kanashibari – unmoving binding down Kyojitsu – ateki and atemi done together where one strikes alternatively mixing in truth and falsehood. Tai Ken – body. Shako Ken – claw hand. Shishin Ken – little finger 6. Shuki Ken – elbow strike 3. A method of conditioning the fists can be used where special secret medicines are applied. Shikan ken – extended knuckles 10. Boshi ken or shito ken – thumb strike 9. Sanshitan Ken b. 5. Gankken – stubborn or inexorable fist o Conditioning the fists – essential that beginners first correctly strike soft things. Kiten Ken (turning fist) or Shuto Ken – sword hand – Gyokko Ryu secret fist. using power of mind or spirit Sanshin no Kata – The Five Forms – spirit of three hearts practice forms o Chi no Kata – Earth Influence – sanshitanken daho o Sui no Kata – Water Influence – omote kitenken daho o Ka no Kata – Fire Influence – ura kitenken uchi o Fu no Kata – Wind Influence – shitoken daho o Ku no Kata – Void Influence Authentic Bujinkan Ninjutsu / Budo Taijutsu
. Shishitanken – quadruple support fist d. Sokki ken – knee strike 15. Gyokakuken – joined horns fist c. then semi-hard things and then hard objects. Koppo ken – thumb knuckle strike 12. Happa ken – open hand slap 13. Wrapping straw and cloth around a tree to help toughen the fists Striking ice surfaces Striking rocks with your fists Toughening the forehead with suspended stones Using walnuts to train free use of the shitanken o Types of Fists 1. Shanshitanken – triple finger end fist 7. one strikes with the fingers and body in accord. Practice harmonizing fist body striking methods where not extending the arm. Ki ken – spirit fist. Shitan Ken – fingertips together a. Sokuyaku ken – sole or heel kick 14. Sokugyaku ken – toe strike 16. Shuken – beak fist e.
o Hiryran (Flying Dragon Mle) – The eyeballs o Shishiran (Lion Mle) – the Solar Plexus o Suigetsu (Watery Moon) – also the Solar Plexus o Kosei (Tiger Force) – the Testicles o Suzu (Bell) – also the Testicles o Yugasumi (Evening Mist) – Hollow point behind the ear o Roka (Dew and Mist) – Point of the jaw directly below the ear o Ryumon (Dragon Gate) – Hollow point in bones of shoulder o Jujiro (Crossroads) – Frontal portion of shoulder bone o Jakkotsu (Feeble Bone) – Area above and below middle arm joint Authentic Bujinkan Ninjutsu / Budo Taijutsu
. kick to escape Musha Dori (Udejime Ashiori Gata) Oni Kudaki Ganseki Nage Kyusho to Kiai – Vital Points and Spirit Gathering o Inner (Chugokui) and Outer Essence – destructive and healing o Goon no Kyu (canon of the five gates) o Tate – toppling through psycho-spiritual power o Fudo Kanashibari – Unmoving binding o Kiaijutsu Sanpo Fierce “Here I go” Kiai Teppeki no Kamae – Impregnable Fortress Posture Muko-Issei – Fierce Tiger shout Koppojutsu Kinketsu Teisoku Kasho Meisho – Koppojutsu Vital Point Names o Ura-Kimon (Inner Demon Gate) – Space between 4th and 5th ribs.
Choshi Dori – rhythmic execution Ku no Kumite Gata – void grappling form Kihon Happo – Eight Fundamental Methods o Koshi Kihon Sanpo – (Koshi Dai Ipp-dai Sanpo) Koshijutsu’s three fundamental ways Ichimonji no Kata Hicho no Kata Jumonji no Kata o Torite Kihon Gata Go Ho – (Torite Gata Dai Ippo-dai Goho) Five Fundamental Hand Capture Forms Omote Gyaku Dori • Torite Gata – against a punch Ura Gyaku Dori • Hon Gyaku Dori • Ura Kote Gyaku Tonpo – flipping to avoid lock. o Rangiku (Tangled Chrysanthemum) – Temple area. armpit below the nipples o Ryufu (Willow Wind) – The windpipe. o Kasumi (Mist) – Also temple area.
left and right Murasame (Passing Rain) – Straight under the hollow point of the throat Seitaku (Starry Mud) – Hollow area of elbow joints Yuin (Right Passivity) – Below right eye Sain (Left Passivity) – Below left eye. Jinchu (Man’s Center) – Directly below the nose. Happa (Eight Leaves) – A technique against both ears.o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o
Daimon (Greater Gate) – Area above and below shoulder jolints Asagasumi (Morning Mist) – Jaw area Hoshi (Star) – Armpits Kimon (Demon Gate) – Area above nipples Kinketsu (Forbidden Opening) – Breast bone Koshitosubo (Hip Bowl) – Middle of hip bone Koe (voice) – Hollow area of hip bones. The hollow point Shinchu (Heart Center) – Front of chest Kakitsubo (Side Bowl) – Hollow area of armpits Kenkotsu (Hard Bone) – Four places on tenkotsu (heavenly bone) Shikotsu (Phalanx) – The crutch-like area of the thumb Butsumetsu (Buddha’s Passing) – Four places by third rib on both sides Kyokei (Strong Frontier) – The top of the five toes Hadome (Pallet) – One sun below the earlobes
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. Dokkotsu (Single Bone) – Area of protruding bone. left and right Ittoki (One Time) – Also hollow areas of the throat. The nose. Ryu-sode (Both Sleeves) – Also double ear slap Mento (Escape Door) – Also double ear slap. Menbu (Facial Area) – The face. Amado (Rain Doors) – Refers to the lymphatic glands of the neck and the whole area to the sides below the jaw. Tento (Heaven Head) – Fontanel area of head. windpipe Gorin (Five Rings) – Right side of navel Getsui (Moonlight) – also right side of navel Gorin (Five Rings) – Left side of navel Inazuma (Lightning) – left side of navel Sai (Crush) – Inner thigh area Sakoku (Left Valley) – Also inner thigh area Ysai (Right Crush) – The right side Yukoku (Right Valley) – Also the right side Yaku (Press) – The calves Ryuka (Dragon Under) – Also the calves Matsukaze (Wind in the Pines) – Hollow areas of the throat. forehead area. Brings illness and suffering for seven days. left and right Santo (Three Strikes) – Also hollow areas of the throat. Tenmon (Heavenly Gate) – Above and below the eye.
kick up high with the toes o Sokuyaku Suiteiken (Horizontal Fist) – Sharp kick straight out to inner thigh o Sokugyaku Sweeping Fist – sweeps to the side using the foot o Right Sokuyaku Left Tenken (Turning Fist) – Right stomp kick to left side. o Sokuyaku Chiken (Ground fist) Heel kick out to side and to top of feet.
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. left and right o Naname Koho Tenchijin Geri (Diagonal rear heaven. Also train in Tsure-Yuki variations. Train Tenchijin o Sokuho Geri (Sideways Kick) – Stomping outwards. Train in Tenchijin or high. middle. causing opponent to turn. man kick) o Koken (Hook Fist) – Rear hook kick o Koho Geri (Back Kick) Use Sanshin Furi (three-heart swing) to maintain balance. Strike into the calf and drive knee to the ground. low. Slip the left hand through to the inside and twist the leg close to your body. Low becomes heel strike. catching it from underneath with the right hand. earth. o Kyoto (Empty or off-guard takedown) – Evade outside the front kick.Chi Ryaku no Maki – Earthly Strategy Book Keri – Kicks o Sokuyakuken – ninja kick o Sokuyaku Ten no Keri (Heavenly Kick) – uses the sole (Ten Sokuyakuken) o Sokugyakuken Ten no Keri – Uses the toes o Sokugyakuken / Omote Sokugyakuken – turning the sole of the foot towards center. punching the base leg or grabbing the base ankle to down. o Kagi Koho Geri (Rear Hook Kick) Hooking upward into groin as opposed to around o Mawashi Geri (Roundhouse Kick) o Kumite – Practice of various combat kicking techniques Hooking inward heel strike to outer thigh Striking upward into thighs and calf of opponents kicking leg Sokki Hentenken (Varying Turns Fist) • Kata-ashi Tobi Geri (One-leg leaping kick) • Ryashi Geri (Two-leg kick) • Ryoku Geri (Twin wing kick) Descending from a high point Ice top Sokugyakuken – Crossing the tee of opponents toe step Keri ni Taisuru Uke Kata – against kicks o Keri Kudaki (Kick Crusher) – Sweeping strikes to kicking legs to throw uke o Taihen (Body Movement) – Catching kick from either side with your arm or kicking up into leg on either side o Tsure-Yuki (Walk Along) – Scoop up opponent’s right kick from the outside with your arm as you kick out his base left leg with your left leg.
no meaning formulation) – The whole body is a fist. though not touching one’s body. perform furikooshi(pendulum push) to his back side and take his elbow with your free hand. the opponent may still be at grips with one. Bring your palms together and turn out.
o Ashidori (Leg Hold) – Catching the kick behind your back and then taking the opponent down. but it is necessary to engrave in one’s mind the unchanging aspects of the combat principle that. as passed down from of old. Take the same side knee with yours. Inashigata – Using the Fist and Inashigata (Deflty avoiding and upsetting. Oyagoroshi – Killing the thumb Kogoroshi – killing the little finger Take-ori – breaking bamboo • Omote Takeori • Ura Takeori Oni-Kudaki – inside and outside demon crushing • Omote • Ura Muso Dori – Warrior take Ogyaku to Henka – Great reversal and variations Shime Waza – Strangling techniques o Hon Jime – basic choke o Gyaku Jime – reverse choke o Itami Jime – Painful choke Authentic Bujinkan Ninjutsu / Budo Taijutsu
. it is hitting the vital points from the shortest distance and striking with the body that is the hidden technique. but. One must first begin from correctly hitting the vital points. o Ryote-Hodoki – Both wrists are grabbed. o Tehodoki-Dori (variations) – From straight grab. No mind. There may sometimes be the air of seizing or taking hold of each other. o Henkaken (varying fist) – changing up of strikes o Itami-Uchi (pain strike) o Tsukami-Dori (seizing take) o Itami-Osae or Itami-Dori (pain press) o Varying kicks o Kogeri Henka (small kick variations) o Ken-nagashi (floating the fist) also called Tedama-Dori (around-the-finger take) Aite to Kumu Koko Kogamae – Grappling attitude – grappling with the opponent is having constant contact with his fists and vital points. Striking quickly is not the exquisite skill. o Keri no Taidori (Kick body-take) – Catching kick with your neck and shoulders and kicking opponent up into the air Ken no Tsu Kai Kata. Tehodoki – hand escapes o Escape from a straight wrist grab by moving in with the elbow and sliding the hand in and out. using the elbow to free.
o Sankaku Jime – triangular choke o Do Jime – torso choke o Kubi Jime – neck strangle o Ryo ude Jime – two-arm strangle o Mimi Jime – ear strangle o Katate-Dori Kubi Jime – one-handed neck strangle o Kubi Ura Jime – rear neck strangle o Sei on Jime – sound-making strangle Koroshi Jime – killing strangle – essentially. o Hiki Otoshi – Grabbing wrist and shoulder and pulling forward to down o Uchimata Uchigake – inside thigh hook o Hanei Goshi Nage (Haneage) – Snapping Hips Throw o Itami Nage – painful throw o Ryu Sui Iki – flowing water o Tomoe Nage – whirl throw o Tachi Nage – standing flow o Yoko Nagare – sideways flow o Temakura – hand pillow o Kuruma Nage – wheel throw o Kimon Nage – Demonic portal throw o Kiri Nage – Fog throw o Amado Nage – rain-door throw Authentic Bujinkan Ninjutsu / Budo Taijutsu
. o Temakura – dream pillow Nage – throws o Ganseki Nage – Throwing the big rock o Ganseki Otoshi – Rock Drop o Ganseki Oshi – Rock Press o Ganseki Ori – Rock Press o Harai Koshi – Hip Sweep o Gyaku Harai Otoshi – Reverse hip sweep o Gyaku Nage – Reversal Throws o Taki Otoshi – Waterfall drop o Gyaku Taki Otoshi – Reverse Cataract Drop o Kubi Dori Taki Otoshi – Neck-hold Cataract Drop o Osoto Nage – great outside hook o Soto Nage – Elbow to face as you sweep leg to down. Yume no Makura – Hell. Gokuraku. Paradise. escapes from bear hugs Nawanuke no Jutsu – Art of slipping bonds Jigoku. Dream Pillow o Ana-Otoshi (hole drop) o Jigoku-Otoshi (hell drop) o Gokuraku-Otoshi (paradise drop) Jigoku-Dori variation o Yume no Makura – grab uke’s wrist and lock out elbow as you sit back to drive his face into the ground.
Tohi (capital flight) – Landing on your feet from a throw and grabbing the opponent’s hair or lapel to whip him around. Also. Thumbstrike to kidneys. striking or grabbing to the face to fend off the throw Atto (overbearing) – riding the throw and countering as you are thrown. o Ashirau Ippo-Yonho – footwork techniques 1-4 Ashisabaki (energy footwork) – Taking uke’s right knee with your left leg as he punches Ashisabaki 2 – Cross-stepping to sweep uke’s right foot out from under him as in shinobi-aruki. Authentic Bujinkan Ninjutsu / Budo Taijutsu
. Zudori (head hold) – seizing the opponents head and twisting or pulling to down Shomen-Dori (taking the face) – clawing. place your foot in uke’s crotch to throw him over and behind you. subtle skill of throwing unconsciously. Not something that has a conclusive form. getting to one’s feet Okyo (taking aback) – spreading the arm and dropping the hips to escape the throw. Sutemi Nage – Tomoe-Geri Kara Tawara-Mawashi (straw-bag turn from a whirl kick) As you sit back. but the exquisite. In mid-throw. Ashisabaki 3 – Wrapping your right leg around uke’s right as he punches and sitting back down on it to break. strike head. Kun-ryusui – naturally moving with the course of things like drifting clouds and flowing water. Metsubishi (ocular destruction) – attacking the eyes during a throw Fuki (no avoiding) – drop between uke’s hips as he throws and counter throw Ransetsu (snow storm) – grabbing uke’s sides and falling back between his legs to cause his face to hit the ground Soto (clawing down) – from double lapel grab. Kuki Nage (air or formless energy throw) – sending the opponent flying without touching him in any way.
Nage ni taisuku waza – Techniques against throws o First practice moving the center of gravity o Then delivering strikes while being thrown o Then. kick up with both feet as he falls. placing foot in his crotch to throw him over and behind you. grab uke’s neck and sit back. Ashisabaki 4 – evading outside uke’s attack and hooking his right ankle with yours as you pull with the body to down.
Jin Ryaku No Maki – Human Strategy Book Kumi-Uchi – Close combat – varying all the techniques presented up to here in a single flow. Not a technique of throwing with the consciousness.
you counter. but uke resists again. As uke kicks. o Kasasagi (magpie) – evade strike to the outside. Recover by rolling away. kick out his base leg and pull back to down.o Musan (vanishing like mist) – Uke right punches. he follows with a left hand punch. o Koku (empty space) – parry and shuto into punch. Authentic Bujinkan Ninjutsu / Budo Taijutsu
. Avoid to the outside and counter kick. o Kata-maki (single-hand convolution) – strike to the inside of right punch. Uke then grabs your lapel. Lock out the arm with your knee in opponents neck. o Shiho-dori (four-way take) – Attempt oni-kudaki. Uke follows with a stomp kick. Deflect with your right elbow and follow with a shuto to the neck. Turn in for a throw. Open up his ribs for a strike and then turn into uke. catching it with your free arm and raising it and turning back to down the attacker. maintain hold of the hand but evade outside the kick. As uke kicks. Swing back out and apply pressure behind elbow to lock out the arm and break. o Kappi (bracing leap) – right shuto strike into uke’s neck as he attacks. Finish with a crushing stomp to the jaw. Apply omote gyaku as you step between uke’s legs and apply knee pressure to down. Trap under your right arm pit and strike with the same side with a thumb to the hip area to down. locking out his elbow. o Rakurai (thunder strike) – Block the right punch and shuto into neck. Uke follows with the left. As he lands. o Koyoku (defending and drawing up) – strike upward into uke’s right punch to open for your attack to his ribs. Uke straightens his arm. Then finish the gyaku to down. Sweep the kick out and away. Thumbstrike into ribs and break leg to finish. take his hand to where it is kicked by his own foot. o Konpi? o Hito (flying topple) – finger strike into opponent’s shoulder bone to bring to his knees. Leap into a double foot stomp into his chest. Uke attempts to kick. strike the face and twist under the arm and back around to strike the elbow and break. o Gyakuryu ( reverse flow) – apply omote gyaku to a right hand punch. for a throw. take the wrist with your left hand. leaping away as you land the blow. grabbing the wrist with your right hand and striking into uke’s spine. Execute a shuto to the neck and then grab his neck/shoulder/arm to pull forward and down. o Chikusei (sound of bamboo reeds) – move outside the punch. Swing under the left arm while holding onto the right wrist for a throw. o Ko (well sweep) – evade punch to inside. Use the elbow to strike into his ribs as you go down. Uke comes in with a stomp kick. then shift into a left shuto. Step in from here for a forward hip throw. o Renyo (imperial palanquin) – block/strike to the outside of the punch. throwing uke onto his head. o Fudo (immovability) – Taking the punching fist and encircling behind uke.
take his four fingers and spread two each. neck and ears. turning in to down opponent and open for an elbow break. Leap up to strangle his mid-section with your legs. backfist into uke’s left temple area and shuto into neck. drop him straight onto his head. Any number of people is fine. Shinken Shiroba-dome to Shiroha-dori – true sword naked blade stop and naked blade take Muto Dori Gata – swordless taking form o Sekiryoku (sole power) – leap in striking the solar plexus. twisting as you lock out uke’s arm and throw. Shiroha-Dori – Kiai-Kishi – spirit meeting – energy death o Ken Nagare – flowing strike Totekijutsu – throwing weapons art o Tsubute & Kurumi (projectiles and walnuts) o Ishi-Nage (stone throwing) o Yoko-Nage or Shuto-Nage (Side or sword-hand throw) o Shiko-Nage (lion-claw throw) o Senban-Nage Authentic Bujinkan Ninjutsu / Budo Taijutsu
. causing excruciating pain. cross his arrms as you turn and drop for a hachi-ji seoi throw. use both hands to strike into ribs. striking back into the groin and then elbow to the ribs. o Koryo (scooping graze) o Chingan (wild goose sinks) o Hisaku (flying throttle) – from a knife strike. o Gyaku-otoshi (reverse drop variation) should the opponent spring up in the air after jerking the leg up. pulling uke over you. o Ryu-Yoku (both wings) – take the right thumb and left little finger. Ichi Tai Tasu – one vs. o Hane-kujiki (wing-base wrench) – as opponent goes to grab. and then reverse for a throw. many – there are many techniques. You step in to catch the handle in the bend of your elbow. Joseigoshinjutsu – women’s self defense o Roto (falling wolf) – from a bear hug. uke comes in with a diagonal sword cut.
o Gyakko (reverse well sweep) – evade punch to outside and catch kick to the inside. o Shinsen (divine scissoring) – opponent approaches. o Fumo (wind start) – o Bakko (domination) – o Muko-Dori (opposing take) – o Shika-Ashi (deer’s feet) – o Shuriki (manual power) – o Akuken (checking fist) – o Gokuraku (paradise) – o Fudo (immovability) – Shiroha-Dome – from shizen. Take his ankles and kick into his chin to finish.
brass knuckles) o Nekote (cat claws or Tsunoyubi horn fingers) o Te-no-naka (inside the hand pick) o Doku-Koteshi (poisoned figurine) Shinden Gokui – divinely transmitted inner essence
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o Senban zenog jiy-uchi (sharp plate front-back free striking) o Mestubishi o Ita or Hira Shuriken (Board or flat dirks) Kakushi-Buki – Hidden weapons o Shuko & Ashiko (hand and foot hooks) o Tekko (gauntlets) o Tekken (metal fists.