Kao Kudaki, Ate Kaeshi, Kiri Sage, Hisō, Tenchikaku & Hiryū

Bujinkan Dublin Dojo
初見先生 – 小太刀術

Class began with teppan nage and bōshurikenjutsu, followed by hanbōjutsu, looking at the kata Kao Kudaki and Ate Kaeshi, focusing on the hyōshi and kotsu of each. After this we moved onto the kata Kiri Sage and Sayugyaku, looking at the use of angles and structure, along with atemi, to break up Aite’s resistance before the final cut.

After a quick break we progressed to the Sōjutsu section of class, examining the te sabaki and power generation used in Hisō and Tenchikaku. Afterwards we examined the next Jōjutsu kata, Hiryū. First we examined the movements and strikes of the Tori in tandem with the blocks of Aite, before examining potential openings for Aite, as well as practising the kata in a single flow with correct rhythm and distancing.

“Many people are fans of budō, but are not budōka” – Hatsumi Sensei

****Luke Molitor Seminar September 2014****

Kukishin Ryū Bikenjutsu, Bujinkan Battōjutsu & Swordwork Fundamentals

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September 5th – 7th, Dundrum, Dublin

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