Shindo Muso Ryu Jojutsu Zukai

The complete Japanese work on Shindo Muso Ryu Jojutsu by Fujita Seiko with full translation. The work includes numerous diagrams of the movements as well as explanation by the author with translations into English.

Author: Seiko Fujita

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ISBN: 9798698746751

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Page: 158

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The complete Japanese work on Shindo Muso Ryu Jojutsu by Fujita Seiko with full translation. The work includes numerous diagrams of the movements as well as explanation by the author with translations into English. An added section of the complete technique listing of the Shindo Muso Ryu Jojutsu as well as the attached schools within including: Shinto Ryu Kenjutsu (sword), Ikkaku Ryu Jutte (truncheon), Uchida Ryu Tanjojutsu (short stick), Ittatsu Ryu Hojojutsu (rope binding) and Isshin Ryu Kusarigama (chain and sickle).

Jojutsu

This excellent staff training book contains over 250 detailed jojutsu illustrations with introduction, biography, notes and insights.

Author: Fujita Seiko

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ISBN: 9798688902884

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Page: 150

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This excellent staff training book contains over 250 detailed jojutsu illustrations with introduction, biography, notes and insights. Legend has it that the Shinto Muso Ryu style of Jojutsu was founded after Muso Gonnosuke Katsuyoshi (17th century samurai) lost a duel. Katsuyoshi traveled on his musha shugyo to test what he had mastered in Tenshin Shoden Katori Shinto Ryu. He was unprepared for his loss to Miyamoto Musashi (1584-1645) who was an expert swordsman and ronin, credited with winning over 60 duels. After his loss, Katsuyoshi withdrew into seclusion, practicing swordsmanship and performing purification rituals in an effort to perfect his technique. Fujita Seiko (1898-1966) was a Japanese martial artist and military instructor who many consider to be the last Koga Ninjutsu master. During the Wolrd War 2 he taught special training in the Army Academy of Nakano.

Warrior Origins

154 Fujita, S. Illustrated Shinto Muso Ryu Jojutsu [Japanese – Shinto Muso Ryu Jojutsu Zukai]. Bujutsu Kenkyu Jo; 1953. 155 Mol, S. Classical Fighting Arts of Japan: A Complete Guide to KoRyu Jujutsu (foreword by Fumon Tanaka and Atsumi ...

Author: Dr Hutan Ashrafian

Publisher: The History Press

ISBN: 9780750957472

Category: History

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WARRIOR ORIGINS is an account of the history and legends of the world’s prominent martial arts and how they share a common heritage. It chronicles the origins of the Shaolin warrior monks, Shaolin Kung-Fu and their celebrated founder, Bodhidharma, who is also considered the first patriarch of Zen (Chan) Buddhism. The book considers Bodhidharma’s origins in the context of ancient Persia and its royal houses and continues with the rise of Karate from ancient Okinawan roots to Japan and then into a global sport. It connects the record of Ninja and Ninjutsu and the influence of some of its latter luminaries, including Seiko Fujita, whilst also revealing new evidence on renowned martial artists such as Bruce Lee. This work takes a dramatically original approach to the heart of the martial arts and their founders. Author Dr Hutan Ashrafian, who holds black belt grades in several martial art styles, including a 5th Dan in Okinawan Goju-Ryu Karate and championship medals in Karate and Judo at World and European Masters level, delineates the inheritance of these arts using innovative evolutionary approaches to find previously unidentified links between them. Warrior Origins traces the pattern from Bodhidharma to the remarkable diversity of modern martial arts.