How long does it take to get a green belt in Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu?
The Bujinkan martial arts movement follows a system of kyu and dan grades similar to other Japanese martial arts, with the green belt signifying 9th kyu to 1st kyu.
When one joins the training they begin as a white belt which signifies they are new to the training and exploring the movement. Often a white belt student is one who is checking things out, learning about the art, and making a decision if this art is going to be for them.
After training for a few months, 9th kyu green belt is the next rank and signifies that one has committed to the training and learning Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu.
The requirements for a 9th kyu green belt?
These will be different depending on the school or taijutsu club, but it will focus on ukemi, kamae, san shin no kata and kihon happo movements.