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Katori Shinto-ryu Tenshin Shoden Katori Shinto-ryu was founded by Iizasa Ienao (1387-1488), a respected spearman and swordsman whose daimyo was deposed, encouraging him to relinquish control of his household to conduct purification rituals and study martial arts in isolation. The ryu itself gives 1447 as the year it was founded, but some scholars claim circa 1480 is more historically accurate. Katori Shinto-ryu is the source tradition of many Japanese martial arts. Several famous swordsmen who learned directly from Choi-sai (Ienao's Buddhist name) or his immediate followers became founders of their own schools, with either the same or different names: Kashima Shinto-ryu (Bokuden-ryu), Kashima-ryu, Kashima shin-ryu (founded by Matsumoto), Arima-ryu, Ichiu-ryu, Shigen-ryu, and others. As such in 1960 the school received the first ever "Intangible Cultural Asset" designation given to a martial art. It claims to have never aligned itself with any estate or faction, no matter what stipend was offered. This allowed the ryu to maintain its independence and integrity. Famous contemporary masters and senior instructors include: Risuke Otake, Yukihiro Sugino, his father Yoshio Sugino, Goro Hatakeyama and Tetsutaka Sugawara. Tenshin Shoden Katori Shinto-ryu was popularised in the west by the extensive research and writings of late Donn F. Draeger (1922-1982). Yugenbudo Shinkokai This DVD-set on Shoden Katori Shinto-ryu, made by the Dutch Yugenbudo Shinkokai, reveals some parts of what the masters hold secret. It lifts up the veil of secretiveness, so that the okuden is not forgotten. The DVD-set contains many old kata and reveals basic and secret applications. The Yugenbudo Shinkokai (.) is a group of people who strive to preserve and spread the classical Japanese martial arts. In Katori Shinto-ryu their main lineage is that of Yoshio Suigino sensei. Their style is also influenced by Risuke Otake, Goro Hatakeyama and other masters however. This program was made possible in cooperation with:
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Shinzou-dojo ( It was filmed in the Sakura-dojo at the Japanese Art Centre, Ten Chi Jin in Apeldoorn, The Netherlands DVD 1 (80 min.)
. Reflections on kata-bunkai and kamae
. Kamae and kiriwaza
. Omote no tachi
. Bo jutsu
. Naginata jutsu
. Ryoto jutsu
. Many bunkai
. Extra: Kiai-jutsu DVD 2 (60 min.)
. Gokui no kodachi.
. Gogyo no tachi
. Gokui no tachi
. Gokui no bo
. Gokui no iai-jutsu
. Many bunkai
. Extra: Kuji-no-in?
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