Bujinkan Training Theme Of The Year

Bujinkan Training Theme Of The Year

Each year in the Bujinkan Dojo, Soke has been focusing on a specific transmission, taking us along the budo path. The themes foe each year, and the focus of study are listed below.

2019 - Muto Dori

2018 - Muto Dori

2017 - Muto Dori

2015 - Nagamaki

2014 – Shin In Bu Dou

2013 – Ken Engetsu no

2012 – Jin Ryo Yo Go - Kaname, Sword and Rokushakubo

2011 – Kihon Happo

2010 – Rokkon Shoujou

2009 –Talent, Heart, Capacity / Talent, Soul, Capacity

2008 – Togakure-ryū Ninpō Taijutsu

2007 – Kukishin Ryu

2006 – Shinden Fudo Ryu

2005 – Gyokko-ryū Kosshi jutsu (Bo and Tachi)

2004 – Daisho Jutai jutsu & Roppo-Kuji-no Biken

2003 – Juppo Sessho

2002 – Takagi Yoshin Ryu

2001 – Gyokko Ryu

2000 – Koto Ryu

1999 – Kukishinden Ryu

1998 – Shinden Fudo Ryu

1997 – Jojutsu

1996 – Bokken

1995 – Naginata

1994 – Yari

1993 – Rokushakubojutsu

1992 – Taijutsu Power

1991 – Sword and Jutte

1990 – Hanbo

1989 – Taijutsu and Weapons

1988 – Taijutsu

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Located in Westchester New York, the Bujinkan Shinmyoken Dojo is a martial arts training group founded in 2005 with the aim of coming together as martial arts friends to study the Japanese martial art of Masaaki Hatsumi through the lessons of the Bujinkan dojo.

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