2nd european Mugai Ryu TaikaiAugust 29th and 30th
The 2nd european Taikai.
Forms that have been passed down for generations, aiming to hone ones body control, technique and awareness.
Strong and positive connection between teacher and student is very important for the understanding of Japanese martial arts. Therefore, even in ninjutsu, the most important thing is to find the right teacher.
to learn the correct position of shuriken in his hand is one of the most important skills for proper training shurikenjutsu
Bujinkan Dojo is currently the only school that teaches authentic Ninjutsu in original way. It is also the only school where survived a direct line of grandmasters to current Soke Hatsumi Masaaki
is famous thanks to Musashi techniques with two swords – katana and wakizashi and by known proverb KIZEN NO HYOHO – Don´t do anything, unless it is not absolutely necessary.
often referred to simply as Jikishinkage Ryu or Kashima Shinden is a traditional school (koryu) of Japanese martial art of sword – kenjutsu and iaijutsu.
position of shuriken in the flight is one of the most important
Born Niina Toyoaki in the city of Tsukumi in Oita prefecture on October 2, 1948 (23rd year of Showa), he began learning budo at a young age by starting with aikido. In his twenties, he found a teacher of Shinto Musoryu Jodo and Mugairyu Iaihyodo.
He subsequently began working for Mitsubishi Heavy Industries while devoting himself to budo training in the Mitsubishi Aikido Association. In 1986, he assumed Jodo and Iaido teaching duties in the Association, and in 1987, at the age of 39, he established the Tokyo Jodo Federation and set about popularizing Jodo and Iaido. In 1994, with his Iaido students as the central members, he founded the budo instruction group Suimokai, and subsequently divided Suimokai in 14 organizations. The Non Profit Organization Mugairyu was founded in 2007.
Niina sensei also devised Gyokushin Shinto-ryu, an Iaido and Kumitachi style for handicapped individuals. In 2008 he established the Mugairyu Foundation for which he still currently serves as the representative director. As a practitioner of Mugairyu Iaihyodo, he became a shihan (master instructor) in 1986, received menkyo kaiden (full transmission license) in 1996, hanshi (the highest level of master instructor) in 1998, and soke successorship in 1999. (He established and became the soke of Mugairyu Meishiha in 2004.) He is also the soke of Tosei-ryu Tanjo-jutsu and Gyokushin Shinto-ryu. He holds eigth dan hanshi in Shinto Musoryu Jodo, Uchida-ryu Tanjo-jutsu, Isshin-ryu Kusarigama-jutsu, Ikkaku-ryu Jitte-jutsu, and Chuwa-ryu Tanken-jutsu.