TANTO JUTSU is the art of Fighting with various short Samurai knives called the Tanto. The general term for the Dagger family is Tanto, The length of the Tanto is at or below 13,5 inches. They were worn in the inside of one’s waist or in his waist belt known as Obi or sometimes concealed…

KENDO “Art of sword training using protective Armour The teachings of Kenjutsu were considered Dangerous. During the course it was not unusual during practice many masters and participants would be seriously wounded, maimed, or even killed. Thus to practice the Art of swordsmanship Kenjutsu with safety precautions wearing kendo Armour and using Shinai and artificial…

BATTO JUTSU is the Military Art of Cutting with the sword. It was the actual style of cutting with the sword taught to the Japanese Army in a relative short time period during World War II. Battojutsu is a Japanese term meaning techniques for engaging a sword. It is often used interchangeably with the terms iaijutsu, battodo, or…

Iai jutsu is the Art of drawing the sword from its initial movements based upon instantaneous , co-ordinated speed in unsheathing the sword and delivering a searing   fatal blow or cut as a continuation of the unsheathing motion of the sword from its scabbard. It is basically a defensive art dealing with the methods of…

“The Art of the Wooden Sword Katana” Bokken is the wooden practice sword used as a substitute for a steel blade in practice. It matches the weight and shape to appropriate dimensions of a real Japanese sword Katana which also matches its size and construction a true replica in function. Bokken jutsu is the art…

The Aim of all Japanese Martial Arts and particularly Kenjutsu is not the perfection of a physical technique but a development of a flowing, flexible mind, a mind that is able to react to anything it confronts, instinctively, fearlessly and without any hesitation, regardless of the situation. When training with the Japanese sword Katana one…

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF JAPAN’S GREATEST SWORDSMAN   The legendary MIYAMOTO MUSHASHI “The Sword Saint” In the Nara period (640 to 794) the name Kondei was given to brave Warriors, the sons of the noble families who were skilled in the military art. During the Heian period 794 to 1185, Japan was divided into…

“The Way of the Sword and the Way of the Zen are identical, for both of them have the same purpose – that of killing one’s ego.” The Japanese sword “KATANA” has always maintained an exemplary position in Japanese History, culture and tradition. It has evolved through many changes, both in structure and application, leading…

Japan the land of the three treasures consisting of a mirror to look and reflect one’s inner essence, The Tama jewel showing a symbol of Japanese love and respect for nature      and lastly the Sword “Katana” considered as “The Soul of the Samurai.” No country in the world gave so many honors and renown to…

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