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Secrets of the Katori Shinto Ryu?

Some Dutch people from Katori Shinto Yugenbudo Shinkokai have it a goal to the knowledge of the Katori Shinto Ryu-making accessible to everyone. Apparently, the so-called "secret techniques".

The material is available on two DVDs: Link

You can order the costs EUR 39.90 here: order
Katori Shinto Ryu VOL. 1 & 2
Yugenbudo Shinkokai
DVD, 2 DVD set, 140 minutes, region-free

are product description in English

some impressions here.

The Yugenbudo Shinkokai (YBS) is a group of people who claim to preserve the traditional Japanese martial arts and to spread. In this composite of the YBS include the following Dojo gathered:
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The recordings for the DVD were in Sakura-dojo "of the" Japanese Art Centre, Ten Chi Jin gamacht 'in Apeldoorn, the Netherlands.

Well, if these two DVDs divulge the secrets of Ryu I doubt it. Also in the wonderful book by Risuke Otake "Katori Shinto-ryu: Warrior Tradition" are some "secrets" discussed, but really will reveal nothing. Since the video by Otake Sensei is a practical matter more interesting. Or the new book "The martial arts teaching method of the Tenshin Shoden Katori Shinto Ryu " by Kiku Ito and Yoshio Sugino, which I highly recommend.
The real "secrets" are apparently only one in practice, and from mouth to mouth!
over again if so-called secrets of some schools will be published criticism lukewarm. Also in relation to these DVDs, I heard this I wonder this today, everyone sympathizes with Wikileaks but if someone is then published the internals of the martial arts schools, the big whine. Why? First, there are no secrets for protecting the really important stuff yourself My experience has taught me that I had so much information has been a long time, but this could apply only if, or to use or recognize, as I was mentally able to do so. I take the view that one should describe all the knowledge and information openly, then no one can make the non-public knowledge "rule knowledge." The true mysteries protect themselves anyway so ago with a "Budoleaks.

THE SECRETS OF Katori Shinto Ryu-VOL. 1 & 2 Yugenbudo Shinkokai
2 DVD set, 140 min., Region-free
Katori Shinto-ryu Tenshin
Shoden Katori Shinto-ryu was founded by Iizasa Ienao (1387-1488), a respected spearman and swordsman whose daimyo was deposed, encouraging him to relinquish control of his household to conduct purification rituals and study martial arts in isolation. The ryu itself gives 1447 as the year it was founded, but some scholars claim circa 1480 is more historically accurate.
Katori Shinto-ryu is the source tradition of many Japanese martial arts. Several famous swordsmen who learned directly from Choi-sat (Ienao's Buddhist name) or his immediate followers became founders of their own schools, with either the same or different names:
Kashima Shinto-ryu (Bokuden-ryu), Kashima-ryu. Kashima shin-ryu (founded by Matsumoto), Arima-ryu, Ichiu-ryu, Shigen-ryu, and others.
As such in 1960 the school received the first ever "Intangible Cultural Asset" designation given to a martial art. It claims to have never aligned itself with any estate or faction, no matter what stipend was offered. This allowed the ryu to maintain its independence and integrity.
Famous contemporary masters and senior instructors include: Risuke Otake, Yukihiro Sugino, his father Yoshio Sugino, Goro Hatakeyama and Tetsutaka Sugawara. Tenshin Shoden Katori Shinto-ryu was popularized in the west by the extensive research and writings of late Donn F. Draeger (1922-1982).
Yugenbudo Shinkokai
This DVD-set on Shoden Katori Shinto-ryu, made by the Dutch Yugenbudo Shlnkokat, reveals some parts of what the masters hold secret. It lifts up the veil of secretiveness, so that the okuden is not forgotten. The DVD-set contains many old kata and reveals basic and secret applications.
The Yuqenbudo Shinkokai (Y.B.S.) is a group of people who strive to preserve and spread the classical Japanese martial arts. In Katort Shinto-ryu their main lineage is that of Yoshio Suigino sensei. Their style is also influenced by Risuke Otake, Goro Hatakeyama and other masters however.

DVD 1 (80 min.)
• Reflections on kata-bunkai and kamae
• Kamae and kiriwaza
• Omote no tachi
• Bo jutsu
• Naginata jutsu
• Ryoto jutsu
• Iai-jutsu
• Many bunkai
• Extra: Kiat-jutsu

DVD 2 (60 min.)
• Gokui no kodachi.
• Gogyo no tachi
• Gokui no tachi
• Gokui no bo
• Gokui no iai-jutsu
• So-juts»
• Many bunkai
• Extra: Kuji-no-in

After I've watched the DVDs I have to say I am a bit disappointed. The presentation of the text in the long out of fashion "Star Wars scrolling text" is rather disturbing. The performances of the kata are not convincing and educationally is a term here at all should not apply.
Well, there are the Kuji-no-show in, very nice, but the real secrets I search in vain.

A DVD set is nice to have, without which one can also live well. Since I have two far more interesting DVDs for "直 心 影 流 - Jikishinkage ryu" have, which I soon will report. Two real gems!



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