SAMURAI HANBO – JUTSU VOLUME 1 — FUNDAMENTAL COMBAT TECHNIQUES In this excellent video Grandmaster Shoto Tanemura and his students. SAMURAI HANBO • JUTSU VOLUME 1 — FUNDAMENTAL COMBAT TECHNIQUES In this excellent video Grandmaster Shoto Tanemura and his students.
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He was born with the name Tsunehisa Tanemura on the 28th of Augustin the town of Matsubushi, which is located in Saitama prefecture, Japan. Tsunehisa was his given name, but later he took the name “Shoto” meaning the “Law of the Sword”. His father, Sadatsune Hanboo, was the 17th family head of a Samurai line, whose roots extend to those of the Emperors Uda and Seiwa as well as having blood ties to the famous daimyo of the Hwnbo and Takeda families.
He was an expert in kenjutsu the art of the sword and jukenjutsu the art of the bayonetas well as various schools of jujutsu Shizen Ryu system and Ninjutsu Takeda system. Being a very traditional father, Sadatsune introduced his son to the martial arts at a young age. The younger Tanemura was taught from the age of nine by his father and father’s uncle, Kakunosuke Yamazaki, who was an 8th dan in the Onoha Itto ryu.
He practiced unarmed techniques and sword almost everyday. The training was always serious. It was conducted out-of-doors and the students went barefoot, regardless of the weather. He was regularly beaten up and knocked unconscious. When he was knocked out, a bucket of icy cold water would be used to revive him. Once awake, he was expected to continue his training immediately. It was during these high school days that his quest for true martial arts was beginning take form and blossom. At the age of fifteen, Tanemura sensei also was fortunate enough to be initiated into the famous Asayama Ichiden ryu taijutsu along with Takagi Yoshin ryu jujutsu, Gikan ryu koppojutsu as well as other ancient schools of bujutsu Japanese martial arts.
His training was so concentrated, that he received his menkyo kaiden full mastership in Shinden Fudo ryu and Kukishin ryu at the age of twenty. During his university days, Grand Master Tanemura was introduced to Dr.
Even though Sato sensei taught martial arts to many people, very few including Tanemura sensei, at first knew of Dr. Sato’s training with Takamatsu sensei. It wasn’t until more than a decade later, that Tanemura sensei after ending his relationship with another teacher and starting the Genbukan rediscovered Sato sensei. He was given special kuden secret oral teachings and by the winter ofDr. In addition to his classes at the dojo, the Grand Master trained anytime he was free to perfect his skill and techniques.
His bujutsu masters were all very strict and closely guarded the secrets hidden within the kata technique patterns. Each movement was shown only a few times. Then, the students were expected to discover from experience, the special body dynamics which allow the waza technique to work in a real situation. To truly master these techniques, Tanemura sensei drilled each technique several thousand times. Eventually, he discovered many kuden points, and made the technique a natural part of his movement.
Living nearby woods, rice fields and riverbanks, he used everyplace as his dojo. Having natural objects such as trees, stones, animals always available, he used everything as his training partner.
Trees and stones were used to develop punching and kicking power, and served to strengthen the hands and feet. He’d punch and strike a tree until his knuckles bleed and his toes were numb. But, Takamatsu Sensei taught him a much better way to develop an effective defense. Tanemura sensei was told that a true martial artist passes by a crowd unnoticed. If his hands are callused in a certain way, people can tell that he is some hnbo of martial artist.
Even the way that different budoka modern martial art practitioners stand or walk, can reveal much about their training habits. In a fight, the less an opponent knows about your strengths and weaknesses, the better chance you have to survive.
On clear nights, the Grand Master would also practice with Yari spear and Rokushaku Bo six-foot staff. In a rice field, with the crickets and the praying mantises, he’d thrust for the center of the moon to improve his accuracy, and pierce barely visible leaves, as they swayed in the wind.
With animals usually dogsit was easy juttsu to get them to attack.
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As they’d leap to bite him, he used taisabaki natural body movements, in this case, evasion repeatedly, until the animal would simply give up. Tanemura sensei majored in law and graduated from Hosei University. But instead of becoming a lawyer, he wanted a career that allowed him to be out on the streets using his Ninpo and Jujutsu knowledge to protect and help others.
When the Grand Master was just deciding what to do with his life, he was involved in a terrible accident. A truck crushed his tiny car, and the injuries Tanemura sensei sustained including large pieces of glass in his face looked so bad, that someone mistakenly reported that he had died. In the hospital, forced to consider that his brief life might soon be over, Tanemura Sensei asked for Heaven’s jusu.
He promised to change several selfish things about himself, and dedicated the rest of his life to protecting others and teaching them to protect themselves. At the age of twenty-two, he joined the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department.
From traffic cop to detective, his work as an officer enabled him to utilize and test all he had learned in the dojo. His skill was called upon on many occasions, and not once did it fail him. Observing his talent, his superiors allowed Tanemura sensei to teach ninpo and jujutsu to policemen at a special martial arts club. Later, he officially became a professor at the police academy. After fifteen years of service, he felt in his heart the need to preserve true martial arts in the whole world not just Japan.
So he resigned his job as a Lieutenant to carry out this mission. Soon after leaving the police department, he founded his Genbukan Ninpo Bugei Dojo and organized the Federation. Now his black belt instructors teach thousands of dedicated martial arts in over 15 countries as well as the Grand Master having personally taught seminars worldwide.
This video features preparatory exercises, tumbling techniques, basic grips and movement drills. Proper etiquette and philosophy are emphasized throughout to create a better understanding of this traditional art. In this instructional video Grandmaster Shoto Tanemura and his students demonstrate the 11 Kihon Unyo Kata basic movement kata. These katas cover the primary strikes, feints, and blocks required in the art of Hanbo Jutsu.
In this second half of this video, Grandmaster Tanemura personally demonstrates the application of the 11 Kihon Unyo Katas.
In this important video Grandmaster Shoto Tanemura personally instructs you in jufsu 15 traditional patterns of Hanbo Jutsu.
These techniques are intended for the advanced student and include many variations, some of which have never been seen in public before this video was recorded. Black Belt Combat Techniques: In this dynamic video Grandmaster Shoto Juteu personally instructs you in the 10 traditional patterns required for shodan black belt. Included are defenses against punches, kicks and knife attacks.
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Also included in this video are rarely seen techniques using Hanbo Jutsu against two attackers. As a bonus, a brief interview with Grandmaster Tanemura covering frequently asked questions on etiquette, personal philosophy and tools vs weapons. Short Hand Baton Techniques: In this outstanding video Grandmaster Shoto Tanemura introduces you to the use of the special baton collapsible batonas it is used by the Tokyo jutsuu.
Includes numerous self-defense applications for a wide variety of common attacks; basic grips, pressure point attacks, chokes and strikes. Outstanding instruction habbo the use of this style baton! Skip to main content. Email to friends Share on Facebook – opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter – opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest – opens in a new window or tab.
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