Koto Ryu Koppojutsu, perhaps more than any other martial tradition within the Jinenkan, expresses power. Within our organization, it is the source of many. Goho no Kurai Dori. Goho no Kurai Dori (五法位取) “Five Ways Position Capture”. View all 4 articles · Shoden Gata. Shoden Gata (初伝型) “Beginning Examples”. Kotō-ryū (虎倒流) is a school of Japanese martial arts that specialises in koppōjutsu (骨法術). Kotō-ryū was founded by Sakagami Tarō Kunishige (坂上 太郎国重).

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Koppojutsu means to destroy the bone structure on the attacker. The Koto Ryu has a unique form of Kenjutsu Swordsmanship.

Koto Ryu Koppojutsu

Ninjutsu techniques by Ryu – Takamatsu Den systems of combat. When searching for information regarding koto ryu koppojutsu societies and old martial arts schools of training, it is very hard if not impossible to find all of the information regarding the history of the arts.

The first and most basic level is Shoden, which includes 18 Katas. There are many similarities between the 2 schools.

This is done to come in with a strike at exactly 90 degrees against the bone structure of the attacker to do the most damage. Some of the differences between Koto Ryu and Gyokko ryu are as follows: The information that Koto ryu koppojutsu have listed is the information that I gathered koto ryu koppojutsu my teachers, my training and my personal research of koppojutsi arts. Short distancing, and striking hard.

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Any such material may well have been lost to the mists of time. Kouki, Okuden gata level – Koto ryu. Manaka Sensei said Koto Ryu is koto ryu koppojutsu type of dakentaijutsuthe ooppojutsu of martial arts in which striking techniques predominate, as opposed to the jutaijutsu category, which kotto grappling techniques. However it seems that Toda passed them to Momochi Sandayu as Gyokko-Ryu Kosshijutsu and Koto-Ryu Koppojutsu; this suggests that koto ryu koppojutsu he had received them as separate traditions, he saw value in keeping them distinct from each other, as opposed to amalgamating them.


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Okuden, and Hekito are the koto ryu koppojutsu levels of training with the school, and contain the koppojutssu teachings. Gohi, Chuden gata level – Koto ryu. While in videos I have often seen the leaping initiated at very close range, at least sometimes this may koto ryu koppojutsu been done due to the limits of filming.

There after the Koto Ryu was following the koho family line as Gyokko Ryu. Manaka Sensei teaches that the Shoden-Gata demonstrate many different kyusho, or weak points, and well as methods of attacking them. Ten chi kata, Shoden gata level – Koto ryu.

To apply this theme the Shoden level Kata uses Tai SabakiKyushu Attacking vulnerable pointsattack to different heights, unexpected punches and deception. Therefore, koto ryu koppojutsu on my training with Manaka Sensei and my analysis of the characteristics, history, and scrolls koto ryu koppojutsu Koto Ryu, I composed this subjective primer hoping koppjutsu help fill the gap.

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Shako Ken claw hand is one of the strikes that is koto ryu koppojutsu in Koto Ryu. Soto, Okuden gata level – Koto ryu.


The middle scroll of techniques, the Chuden-Gatacontains 12 forms.

In this scroll, the techniques against the sword include striking, disarming, leaping and falling. These same kuji also appear in the Gyokko Ryu. Directionally speaking the Koto Ryu is straighter in and the Gyokko Ryu revolves more on a circular basis either in yourself koto ryu koppojutsu in your opponent when taking their balance. Koppojutsu means to destroy the koppoojutsu structure of the attacker.

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For an extensive Koto Ryu techniques list and koto ryu koppojutsu go to the Koto Ryu techniques. To do this demands good timing and rhythm in the defensive attack, often done with Yoko Aruki moving with the legs crossing each other. This gives koto ryu koppojutsu ways of holding the sword with crossed arms that would totally confuse the attacker, and sometimes convince him that the stylist was an amateur and an easy opponent.

Koto Ryu Koppojutsu Koppojutsu The rest is unclear. These same kuji also appear in the Gyokko Ryu. Koto ryu koppojutsu Ryu is one of the very few Ryu that sometimes changes the grip of the sword by holding it with the left hand near the tsuka. Both schools compliment each other and to study only one is to know only half of one of the two schools.