Masaaki Hatsumi – Taikai 1992 Malmö, Sweden

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This was the fifth time Hatsumi Soke visited the land of the Vikings. Accompanying him was
– Noguchi Shihan and
– Navon Shihan.

Doron Navon also acted as the translator.

The main theme this three day Taikai was Kenjutsu and Taijutsu

Hatsumi Soke taught a lot of Sword techniques, basics and more advanced techniques. Cutting, kamae, distance, timing and much more. He also taught Naginata-jutsu. He also taught Nichi-geki technique from Shindenfudo-ryu in great detail. Kyusho (pressure points), the basic way of striking in Shindenfudo-ryu, kicking, throwing and much much more.

Kenjutsu: Hatsumi Soke taught a lot of Sword techniques, basics and more advanced techniques. Cutting, kamae, distance, timing and much more. He also taught Naginata-jutsu.

Taijutsu: Soke taught Nichi-geki technique from Shindenfudo-ryu in great detail. Kyusho (pressure points), the basic way of striking in Shindenfudo-ryu, kicking, throwing and much much more.

Muto-dori: He also taught muto-dori techniques from various weapons such as Tanto, Ken, Bo and Naginata.

Masaaki Hatsumi – Taikai 1988 Stockholm, Sweden

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This was the first time Hatsumi Soke visited the land of the Vikings. Accompanying him was
– Oguri Shihan,
– Nagato Shihan,
– Noguchi Shihan and
– Navon Shihan.

Doron Navon also acted as the translator.

The theme was Taijutsu and weapons.

Soke taught Bujinkan basics such Koku from Gyokko-ryu. Taihenjutsu, rolling, tehodoki getting out from a hand grab, onikudaki, ganseki nage. Muto-dori evasion from sword attacks. Hanbojutsu techniques with a stick. Sword, spear and much more was also covered.

Thanks to Sveneric Bogsäter who allowed us to reproduce this video to DVD, now you to can get a copy of this great historical video document from the first Swedish Taikai.

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 Budoshop.se 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!

Masaaki Hatsumi – Stockholm Taikai 1988

This was the first time Hatsumi Soke visited the land of the Vikings. Accompanying him was Oguri Shihan, Nagato Shihan, Noguchi Shihan and Navon Shihan who also acted as the translator. The theme was Taijutsu and weapons.

One DVD total playing time is 60 minutes in NTSC system and region free.

Thanks to Sveneric Bogsäter who allowed us to reproduce this video to DVD, now you to can get a copy of this great historical video document from the first Swedish Taikai.