Keiko#33 DOWN UNDER 2017 with MATS HJELM


Down Under 2017


Three video files, total playing time is 106 minutes. 5.7 Gb (H.264, AAC, 1280x720p)

This was filmed in Australia in the middle of Mats Hjelm’s #JapanTrip38.

The instructions on this film is in English. Each technique is demonstrated several times from all angles. The techniques are a mix of basics and new techniques from Japan trainings this year.

14-15 OCT – Port Macquarie Seminar

On Saturday the training started with all three forms in Sanshin no kata, then moved on to Muto-dori. Muto-dori and especially Shinken-shiraha-dome is this years theme in Japan, it is unarmed defence against knife and sword where you grab the blade.

Sanshin Gokei no kata (5 techniques)
Sanshin Gogyo no kata (5 techniques)
Sanshin Goshin no kata (5 techniques)
Sanshin with Kunai (5 techniques)
Muto-dori and Taijutsu (many techniques)

On Sunday the training started with Ashirau with is techniques trapping his legs and take him down. Then Taijutsu and Muto-dori against sword and knife was taught. Finally the five Jutte techniques from Kukishin-ryu was taught.

Ashirau (4 techniques and henka)
Muto-dori and Taijutsu (many techniques)
Jutte-jutsu (5 techniques)


The video is edited down to 62 minutes

17 OCT – Newcastle extra training

Some of the people was at the seminar and requested more Ashirau techniques and Jutte techniques. A little Kunai was taught and also Muto-dori and Taijutsu.

The video is edited down to 17 minutes.

18 OCT – Sydney extra training

Taijutsu and Muto-dori was taught at this extra training.

The video is edited down to 27 minutes.


Title: Down under in Australia with Mats Hjelm
Instructors: Mats Hjelm
Theme: Sanshin no kata, Kunai, Jutte, Muto-dori
Recorded: Recorded in Port Macquarie, Newcastle and Sydney, Australian October 2017

Kind: Apple MPEG-4 movie
Size: 5 703 149 641 bytes (5,7 GB on disk)
Dimensions: 1280×720
Codecs: H.264, AAC, Photo – JPEG, QuickTime Text
Duration: 106 min


KosshiKihonSanpoThis video is now available for sale at It contains the three Kosshi Kihon Sanpo techniques from Kihon Happo, plus henka and two Ura waza for each technique.


Kihon happo is the most fundamental and basic techniques in the Bujinkan system. It is divided into KOSSHI KIHON SANPO and TORIDE KIHON GOHOU. On this video the following techniques from KOSSHI KIHON SANPOU is performed…


60 minutes, 424 Mb for $10.99



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NOTE! This video together with the  TORIDE KIHON GOHOU is available as a DVD at the BUDOSHOP.SE/store.

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Koto-ryu Koppojutsu Shoden Kata DVD with Holger Kunzmann

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Title: Keiko25 – Koto-ryu Koppojutsu Shoden Kata
Instructors: Holger Kunzmann
Theme: Koto-ryu Koppojutsu, Shoden kata
Recorded: Recorded in Stockholm March 13-25th 2009
The instruction is in English
Format: NTSC, AAC Stereo, DVD/R- (it might not work on older DVD players! check your manual first!) approximately 90 Minutes playing time.

Shortly after returning from training in Japan with Soke and the Shihan, Holger held this seminar in Kaigozan Dojo, Stockholm, Sweden.

This DVD contains all 18 basic taijutsu techniques from Koto-ryu Koppojutsu Shoden no Kata. They are taught and explained thoroughly as the basic foundation, and with many applications and henka. The following techniques where taught…

Kurai-dori (kamae). Yokuto, Ogyaku, Koyoku, Shito, Hosoku, Hoteki, Shato, Keto, Sakugeki, Tangeki, Batsugi, Setto, Shihaku, Kyogi, Kakko, Uranami, Tenchi and Katamaki.

All these techniques are explained and taught in detail. The DVD has menus where you can chose technique to see, completely with chapters.

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54 minutes (H.264, 360p)
22 p manual, 658 Mb for $19.99
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Shugyou, in-depth training and study material. Including video and manual

The video is 54 minutes and the first section covers 20 Keri Waza (kicking techniques) from the Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu system.

The other section of this video covers 11 Keri ni taisuku waza counter techniques against kicking attacks from the Ten Ryaku no Maki.

The manual is in Swedish, the instructions on the DVD are in English! The Manual covers 20 basic kicking techniques, 11 counter techniques. The manual is 22 pages with 68 pictures.

Recorded in Stockholm, Sweden October 2003

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The Bujinkan theme for 2012 is SWORD…

The Bujinkan Theme for 2012 training is “futsu” and there will be a lot of trainings with the sword. When I’m writing this the trainings haven’t started yet, and no one really knows what the trainings will be like. I’ve already seen some good articles explaining some concepts, but I’m not sure if they will help you or plant something different in your mind that will distract you from what Hatsumi Soke will teach us this year.

At we got many Bujinkan sword DVD’s from the past years that might be good for studying the base sword work that is taught in the Bujinkan. We also have Swedish Tai Kai DVD’s with Hatsumi Soke, he always taught a lot of sword techniques in the past to. If you haven’t been around that long or just want to recap from the old days we got some good DVD’s for you. Check them out!

[New DVD] Duncan Stewart Shihan – Three new videos

We have three new DVD’s with Duncan Stewart Shihan from a seminar in Stockholm in April 2010. Duncan Stewart has been training in Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu since 1988 and is ranked Judan Kugyo. He has lived in Japan since 2004 and trains consistently with Hatsumi Soke, Nagato Shihan, Noguchi Shihan, Someya Shihan and Someya Shihan. He is often uke and asked to demonstrate at classes. Duncan was Nagato Shihans sole uke at the Bujinkan Honbu for two years when studying direct from the Gyokko Ryu Densho and the Kukishinden Ryu. If you want to sponsor a seminar or course, please don’t hesitate to contact him. For more information see his web site

Bushinden Kai 武神伝会 is ”A Gathering to honour the teachings of the Warrior Gods.” Respecting Souke, The Shihan, and our Martial Ancestors for their transmission of the Nine Traditions of the Bujinkan.

Budo is not about instruction. It is about learning to teach yourself. This is the first thing I want people who attend the Bushinden Kai to understand. We are all on our own Shugyo. We must take responsibility for ourselves, while developing the heart and compassion of the Bujinkan Bugeisha.

Duncan Stewart – Tachi Kumiuchi (Part 1 of 2)

This is part one of two from a seminar with Duncan Stewart Shihan from Japan teaching in Stockholm During April 2010. Duncan taught the theme of this year, Tachi Kumiuchi. Taijutsu and weapons, against one or multiple attackers. He also explained this years philosophical theme Rokkon-shoujou and much much more…

120 Minutes in NTSC / Region free for 239.00 SEK

Duncan Stewart – Tachi Kumiuchi (Part 2 of 2)

This is part two of two from a seminar with Duncan Stewart Shihan from Japan teaching in Stockholm During April 2010. Duncan taught the theme of this year, Tachi Kumiuchi. Taijutsu and weapons, against one or multiple attackers. He also explained this years philosophical theme Rokkon-shoujou and much much more…

120 Minutes in NTSC / Region free for 239.00 SEK

Duncan Stewart – Kihon Happo (Tachi Kumiuchi)

This is from the extra training at Kaigozan Dojo. On this DVD Duncan show the basic techniques, henka and more advanced. Without weapons and with weapons, also the connection to this years theme Rokkon-shoujou.

120 Minutes in NTSC / Region free for 239.00 SEK

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