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And if you want something kinda in-between, we have the Jinenkan.

TAKAMATSUDEN RYU-HA: Shindenfudo-ryu, Koto-ryu and Gyokko-ryu (Information required) – Page 10

May 7, A “standard” well, more common, at least, but hardly universally followed form is to start with kirigami literally “cut paper”which is basically your entrance into the Ryu, then you are awarded a Shoden Menkyo initial transmission licenceChuden Menkyo middle transmission licenceOkuden Menkyo inner transmission licenceMenkyo Kaiden licence of full transmission.

Your user name or email address: Hi Troy, Yeah, I figured that tqkamatsuden didn’t mean things like the Shirabe Gata there and yeah, I’m curious as to why they were omitted as well When we are taught these it is a separate class with instruction, some times just verbal.

Apr 13, 8. Oct 11, Messages: So I guess Chris was right?

Koto Ryu Densho Takamatsuden Books

I wonder if it had to do something with a space issue. I believe that this is thaught at the Jinenkan. I agree the flavour of the Ryu ha comes out in these sections. Apr 11, 7.

Discussion in ‘ Ninjutsu ‘ started by Troy WidemanApr 10, But takamastuden is the book: No one has anything to add. At least my soul did So right when you think you’re going to see some mind blowing secret kamae never before seen Just curious have you guys also covered the yurushi no den of Takagi Yoshin Ryu.


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It does seem a pity for anyone joining the organisation later, though Within the Bujinkan, you have a Shidoshi Menkyo as a teaching licence How many of you have been taught the various Kuden sections of the different ryu ha?

Simply having an instructor explain a technique in more detail isn’t really what’s meant by “kuden” although there can be kuden teachings for the kata, often of variations, or ura gata, or alternate applications, such as “hidden strikes”.

But they say that what they teach are nothing official but what they understand from tskamatsuden teachings of Hatsumi. I have searched the net but found no information. It’s the lack of takamatsuuden such as this that lead me to say that the Ryu aren’t actually taught or studied in the Bujinkan, only the techniques are as a way to explore and study what the Bujinkan actually teaches, which is Budo Taijutsu. There are kuden section in the Ryu ha that deal with strategy, how to fight with hachi maki, 5 people holding you, what days are good days to fight in specific directions etc.

Kuden Sections of the Takamatsu den ryu ha!

Takamatsu den – the nine systems Ninjutsu school

With the Bujinkan, the primary reason is that the Ryu simply aren’t the focus, Budo Taijutsu which is Hatsumi Sensei’s approach to martial arts, really is, the kata of the Ryu are simply used to explore that. Kind Regards, Troy Wideman. Now it seems to me that we have some 15 dans saying thatthe basics are important -gyokko ryu, forms etc, and explaining that these must be the foundation of your training in these arts, also that good hard training in them is needed, that to many high ranks are in need of these thingssome are even takamatsudej re teaching tenchijin manual again, I never did see anyone back in old days being soft as they are today, if you don’t feel pain or get hit firmlythen how are you going to learn to move?


Hi Leif, When you talk about learning the kuden boosk Koto Ryu and Gakamatsuden Ryu Bikenjutsu, are you talking about the kuden of the different kata?

Thank you all for posting. When I talk about other Densho and other Ninpo documents that Takamatsu could use as references or maybe in total-copy for blending his Togakure-ryu, I talk about cases like this: But the thing is that even the ilustrations of the Takamatsuden Togakure-ryu Densho -aparently- are the same as the Gingetsu’s orginal book. There is an old book: With regards to a menkyo, that just means “licence”, and yes, you can have a range of different forms.

Takakatsuden have only seen the patterns taught and not the kuden sections.

Page 10 of The original studentsnow Japanese shinhanwe’re taught the different ryu for the first 4 to 7years of training, I forget which exactly, they know what form is from where, how many now days teachers know what kata is from what ryu and which level of that said ryu?

I also wastnt aware of different Menkyo levels within the ryu, call me dumb but i thought you might someday end up with a “menkyo licence book, to teach that ryu?

There is a book about Takamatsu Toshitsugu where the critic review says that it have lots of statements that have no sense.