The martial arts that we study are called Jissen Kobudo - authentic, old, martial arts, from feudal Japan. More completely it's Jissen Kobudo Jinenkan, referring to the Jinenkan-federation of Kancho Manaka Unsui (above).
Most important is our TAIJUTSU (different ways of unarmed moving/fighting).
Weapons are also included in our curriculum. A strong emphasis is placed on training ROKUSHAKUBO- and SANSHAKUBO-JUTSU (stick-fighting), as well as training BIKEN-JUTSU (sword). Other weapons are studied as well.
These skills are all from the following RYU (martial schools/systems):
- KOTO-RYU KOPPOJUTSU
- GYOKKO-RYU KOSSHIJUTSU
- TAKAGI YOSHIN-RYU JUTAIJUTSU
- KUKISHIN-RYU DAKENTAIJUTSU & HAPPO BIKEN
- SHINDEN FUDO-RYU DAKENTAIJUTSU / JUTAIJUTSU
- TOGAKURE-RYU NIN-PO
- JINEN-RYU JISSEN KOBUDO.
See the Schools page for more info on the above.
An excellent way to develop the properties of moving freely during a confrontation (with or without weapons) consists of repeatedly training basics. For this reason, our training aims to perfect these basic skills and movements, the absolute fundamentals (kihon).