Bujinkan Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh City Dojo

 

武神館ベトナム

ホーチミン道場


Martial Arts of the

Ninja and Samurai

忍者と侍の武術

 

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Recent book by Soke: Ninpo Daizen (忍法大全)
Recent book by Soke: Ninpo Daizen (忍法大全)

Bujinkan Dojo 武神館道場

Grandmaster Masaaki Hatsumi (soke) has united nine Japanese martial arts schools (ryuha) in the Bujikan Dojo. He inherited the ryuha from the former grandmaster, Toshitsugu Takamatsu. The origins of some of these ryuha reach back more than 1000 years.

 

Ryuha 流派

  • 玉虎流骨指術 Gyokkoryu Kosshijutsu
  • 
虎倒流骨法術 Kotoryu Koppojutsu

  • 義鑑流骨法術 Gikanryu Koppojutsu

  • 戸隠流忍法 Togakureryu Ninpo

  • 雲隠流忍法 Kumogakureryu Ninpo
  • 玉心流忍法 Gyokushinryu Ninpo

  • 神伝不動流打拳体術 Shindenfudoryu Dakken Taijutsu
  • 高木揚心流柔体術 Takagiyoshinryu Jutaijutsu

  • 九鬼神伝流八法秘剣術 Kukishindenryu Happobikenjutsu


Budo Taijutsu 武道體術

Taijutsu is the art of using the body. Taijutsu training develops the feeling for the effective and natural movement of the body - with and without weapons. Focused training fosters physical and psychological balance. It is not just about surviving extreme situations between life and death but also about enjoying life in times of peace.


Weapons 武器術

We study the use of classical weapons, such as a variety of swords (kenjutsu), sticks and staffs (bojutsu), spears (yari), halberd (naginata), and throwing blades (shuriken). With a view to realistic combat, weapons are ever evolving. We also consider applications with modern weapons. 


Hanbo-jutsu


Kuden 口伝

The full breadth of the Bujikan is difficult to describe in words. We have thousands of techniques (waza) and forms (kata) in the densho (originally secret scrolls; today also contained in books and videos). To experience the essential feeling and effect of a technique requires the direct contact with a good teacher. Kuden can literally be translated as “oral transmission”, but kuden comprises also wordless transmission and the introduction to the deep secrets of an art.

 

Bujinkan Vietnam - Ho Chi Minh City Dojo

武神館ベトナム・ホーチミン道場

The dojo is lead by a licensed Bujikan instructor who has lived in Japan for more than 13 years and has regularly studied under grandmaster Hatsumi and his leading senior instructors (shihan). In 2002, he met Keiji Nakadai-shihan in Tokyo and was accepted as his direct student. Nakadai-sensei is especially known for his basics (kihon) and unique sparring-like training (tsuki keri no sabaki). The instructor is fluent in written and spoken Japanese and has teaching experience in the USA and Europe.

 

Classes 稽古

A dojo can be any place where you practice and study. We are open to beginners and advanced practioners as well as students of other martial arts. Classes are held in An Phu, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City. 

 

For further information regarding classes please use the contact form.

Please also read Soke's Bujinkan guidelines.