Amatsu Tatara is the highest and oldest scroll of martial arts and Shinto spirit, dating back to 700BC. The Genbukan World Ninpo Bugei Federation and Kokusai Jujutsu Renmei are teaching this traditional system from beginner to master level.
The art of the Ninja, the legendary shadow warriors of Japan, is the primary focus of the International Genbukan Ninpo Bugei organization headed by Grandmaster Shoto Tanemura of Matsubishi Japan.
Associated with the Genbukan is the Kokusai Jujutsu Renmei (KJJR). The KJJR was established by Grandmaster Shoto Tanemura in 1991 for the preservation and transmission of authentic Japanese Jujutsu.
Koryu Karate (Old School, China Hand). Among all the schools of jujutsu and taijutsu, Kijin Chosui Ryu (also called Kukishin Ryu) focuses on techniques which bring certain victory.
Goshinjutsu (Go [to persevere], Shin [body], Jutsu [art]). Fifty years of martial arts experience has gone into the development of Grandmaster Tanemura's Goshinjutsu (self-defense system).
Chugoku Kenpo (Chinese, Fist Methods). Chugoku Kenpo comprises yet another section of the Kokusai Jujutsu Renmei curriculum. Why are Chinese martial arts being included in a Japanese system?
The "Ryu Ha" of the Amatsu Tatara arts represent the traditional techniques from ancient family schools that developed over centuries.
Children (6 - 12 years):
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