The Koryu arts of Japan (Adults)

The Nine Ryuha:

Togakure Ryu Ninpo Taijutsu   Gyokko Ryu Koshijutsu   Kukishinden Ryu Happo Bikenjutsu

Koto Ryu Koppojutsu   Shindenfudo Ryu Taijutsu   Takagi Yoshin Ryu Jutaijutsu

Gikan Ryu Koppojutsu   Gyokushin Ryu Ninpo   Kumogakure Ryu Ninpo

Bujinkan Ninpo Taijutsu Incorporates:

Joint Manipulation and Throws   Precision striking of vital organs   Atemi Waza (Pain Techniques)

Kenjutsu (Japanese Sword)   Rokushaku Bo (6’ Bo)   Hanbo (3’ Bo)   Tanto (Japanese Knife)

Naginata (Japanese Polearm)   Kusari Fundo (Chain Weapon)   Firearms

What is the Difference ?

The most apparent difference between Ninpo Taijutsu and other arts is realism and the lack of sport. This is not a sport art. Unlike Taekwondo, Judo, Jiujitsu, and other modern arts, who’s goal is to win, Bujinkan Ninpo Taijutsu concentrates on Survival. The techniques are not designed to “obtain a sparring point” or “submit” an opponent. The techniques are designed to injure, maim, blind, incapacitate, immobilize, and kill. This is a survival art, therefore weapons are a part of training, including firearms.

Classes are held every Monday and Wednesday from 7:00pm - 9:00pm

$60 Per Month

No Signup Fees, No Contracts, $35.00 Per Year Bujinkan Membership

Senior Instructor - Richard Elizondo (Judan Menkyo)


(361) 799-3069

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