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         Daito Ryu:     more books (16)
  1. Daito-ryu Aijujutsu by Stanley A. Pranin, 1996
  2. THE SECRET OF DAITO-RYU AIKI. English Translation Version. by ---,
  3. Jujutsu: Daito-Ryu Aiki-Jujutsu
  4. Johor Bahru: Daito-Ryu Aiki-Jujutsu
  5. Daito-Ryu Aiki Jujutsu by Seigo Okamoto, 1999
  6. Johor: Daito-Ryu Aiki-Jujutsu
  7. Johnstown, Pennsylvania: Daito-Ryu Aiki-Jujutsu
  8. Daito-Ryu Aikijutsu (Practical Handbook) / Dayto-ryu Aykidzyutsu (Prakticheskoe posobie) by Odzava Yasukhiro, 2004
  9. Daito-Ryu Aikijutsu. (Practical Handbook) / Dayto-ryu Aykidzyutsu.(Prakticheskoe posobie) by Odzava Yasukhiro, 2004
  10. Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu Hiden Mokuroku Ikkajo by Katsuyuki and Kaiden, Menkyo Kondo, 2000
  11. Nihonden Daito Ryu Aikijujutsu Book 3: Aiki no Jutsu by Kogen Sugasawa
  12. Daito Ryu Aikibujutsu Book 1 by Kazuoki Sogawa (Preowned)
  13. Nihonden Daito Ryu Aikijujutsu Book 2: Aikijujutsu by Kogen Sugasawa
  14. Daito Ryu Aikibujutsu Book 4 by Kazuoka Sogawa (Preowned)

41. History
A Short History of Daitoryu. According to oral traditions, Daito-ryu history stretches back 1000 years to one Shinra Saburo no Minamoto Yoshimitsu.
A Short History of Daito-ryu According to oral traditions, Daito-ryu history stretches back 1000 years to one Shinra Saburo no Minamoto Yoshimitsu. Legend has it that Minamoto Yoshimitsu systemized and refined the grappling arts of the Genji clan. He called his art Yamato-ryu. This was an amalgamation of kogusoku (armoured grappling), jujutsu and aiki-jujutsu. Through his study of dissected corpses, Minamoto Yoshimitsu was better able to understand the biomechanics of joint locking and nerve striking techniques. These techniques were passed on down through the centuries by the descendents of Minamoto Yoshimitsu, who later took the family name of Takeda and settled in the province of Kai (modern day Yamanashi Prefecture). After the death of the famous warlord, Takeda Shingen, the Takeda family joined the Aizu clan, where their jujutsu style along with Ono-ha Itto-ryu kenjutsu became incorporated into the official martial arts curriculum of the Aizu samurai. Due to the lack of known extant records on the style before the 20 th century, there are some people who believe that Daito-ryu is not a Koryu style, but rather it is the invention of one man, Takeda Sokaku.

42. Daito Ryu Aiki Jujutsu
The History of Daitoryu Aikijujutsu with links to qualified instruction.
Historical Development of Daito Ryu Aiki Jujutsu
Shinra Saburo Minamoto no Yoshimitsu DAITO RYU is believed to have originated within the family of Emperor Seiwa (reigned A.D. 858-876) and to have been greatly developed by one of the emperor's descendants, Shinra Saburo Minamoto no Yoshimitsu, in the eleventh century. Through his careful study of human anatomy, he made a point of visiting battlefields and execution grounds to examine and dissect the bodies of dead and executed criminals. Through the dissection of the bodies, Yoshimitsu was able to determine which were the most effective strikes, blows, holds, joint locks, and pins. To appreciate the mysteries of Aiki, or harmonized energy, Yoshimitsu spent hours observing a female spider trapping prey in her web. In addition, he was a talented musician, and while accompanying dancers on his sho (a type of wind instrument), he gained insight into the nature of good rhythm and smooth transition between movements of Aiki. Yoshimitsu incorporated all of this knowledge into the martial art he had been taught by family members and in turn passed on this improved and expanded system to his sons which came to be known as the "Daito Ryu," after the name of one of his residences (castles). Yoshikiyo, his eldest son, settled in the village of Takeda in Koma ( present-day Yamanashi Prefecture) and founded the Takeda branch of the Minamoto clan. The Daito Ryu tradition of Yoshimitsu was subsequently handed down in complete secrecy to successive generations of the Takeda family. Near the end of the sixteenth century, the family, led by Kunitsugu Takeda, shifted its main base to the Aizu district (present-day Fukushima Prefecture). There, the martial art system became known as o-shiki-uchi, or "the palace art," and alternatively as an o-tome-bujutsu, or "inside-the-clan martial art"; both these terms are thought to suggest the great secrecy with which the Daito Ryu techniques were guarded. The art was secretly transmitted to the samurai of the Aizu domain until the fall of the Shogunate in 1868.

43. Daito Ryu Aiki Jyujutsu /
Daitoryu was developed as a way to effectively and efficiently neutralize violence, not cause it.
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rd Dan Jodo (Seitei) Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu is a traditional Japanese martial art transmitted for generations within the Takeda family of the Aizu domain, and disclosed to the general public by Takeda Sokaku starting around the end of the 19th century. The main line of this tradition was inherited by Takeda Sokaku's son, Takeda Tokimune, who then passed it on to Kondo Katsuyuki. Kondo Katsuyuki is the only individual to have received the menkyo kaiden (license of full transmission) from Takeda Tokimune, and as such continues as the leader of the Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu tradition today. Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu is a form of jujutsu, a system of unarmed fighting and minor weapons techniques to defeat both armed and unarmed opponents. It is noted, as the name suggests, for emphasizing the principles of aiki (some aspects of aiki are also referred to as kuzushi). The Daito-ryu technical tradition includes both jujutsu and aikijujutsu, but a clear distinction is made between the two and the emphasis is strongly on the latter.

44. Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu
A guide to Daitoryu aikijujutsu Systems jujutsu Date founded mid-Meiji period (ca. 1890) Founded by Takeda Sokaku

45. Daito-Ryu Aiki Budo
This article was published in the November 1942 issue of Shin Budo magazine, a martial arts publication which appeared briefly in Japan during the war years.

46. Takeda Sōkaku - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Takeda Sōkaku (武田 惣角; October 10, 1859 – April 25, 1943) was known as the founder of a school of jujutsu known as Daitoryu aiki-jujutsuōkaku
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Takeda Sōkaku (武田 惣角; October 10, 1859 – April 25, 1943) was known as the founder of a school of jujutsu known as Daito-ryu aiki-jujutsu
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Born in the Aizu domain (modern-day Fukushima Prefecture) , Sokaku grew up in a time of war ( Boshin ) and civil strife and was able to witness both first hand while still a young boy. The second son of Takeda Sōkichi, a samurai of the Takeda clan who worked his farm and taught at a local school in a Buddhist temple and Tomi Kurokochi, a daughter of Dengoro Kurokochi

47. John Goss Presents: Daito-ryu Online
Interview with John Goss, Part One Meeting Kondo Sensei March 18 th, 2008. Ted Howell Goss Sensei, when did you become interested in Daito ryu?

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NEW DVD IN PRODUCTION! 2 SWORDS - 1 SPIRIT - The Aikibudo of the Seishinkan Dojo. Check back here for details later in April 2008. "Every Day Taichi For Everyone"

49. Daito-Ryu Aiki-Jujutsu USA
On Thursday August 28, 2008 at 730 pm, Grandmaster John De Nora passed calmly in his sleep at a hospice in La Mesa, California. He was 78 at the time of his passing and was
On Thursday August 28, 2008 at 7:30 pm, Grandmaster John De Nora passed calmly in his sleep at a hospice in La Mesa, California. He was 78 at the time of his passing and was surrounded by those who loved him. John led a very full life and will be remembered by many people. Martial arts was an important part of his life from an early age, but he was also accomplished in many other fields. A compassionate, insightful person, he never shied away from hard work and was always as ready to learn as he was to teach. He had a strong faith which sustained him through the many trials in his life, and he knew the weight and responsibility of a life founded on the Truth; he sought to carry out justice and defend those who had no defender in every aspect of his life. To send in your condolences or a tribute about the passing of Grandmaster John Denora please send a email or hard copy to the contact addresses listed at the bottom of this page. What follows is John was born into a Martial family. His surname, De Nora, is a name that comes to us from the Russ Viking Regions of Nora, Sweden. It was a name of royal status. John was first trained in martial arts by his grandfather. His grandfather taught him western sword (saber/cutlass/bayonet) and knife fighting, beginning at the age of nine. John's grandfather was a former soldier and very prominent businessman. He was also a staunch Republican and supporter and personal friend of President Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt. President Roosevelt was one of the first people in the U.S. to experience and train in authentic Daito Ryu.

50. Daito-ryu Aiki-bujutsu Kenkyukai
Nihon Goshin Daitoryu Aikijujutsu is a modern Aiki-budo system that emphasizes urban self-defense. While we maintain most of the traditional philosophies
Nihon Goshin Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu is a modern Aiki-budo system that emphasizes urban self-defense. While we maintain most of the traditional philosophies and techniques of traditional Aikijujutsu, Nihon Goshin Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu primarily focuses on combat readiness for urban environments, including gun and knife disarms, immobilization of the attacker and environment awareness. Traditional techniques include standard Aiki-jujutsu and Jujutsu techniques. Nihon Goshin Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu offers variations of application according to surrounding, making it a street effective, practical and viable art. The ranking system leading to Black Belt is ordered according to the modern Kyu/Dan grade Color Belt ranking system. Each of the Kyu grades focuses on a specific aspect or level of training. Black Belt ranking is ordered according to the Dan rank system, However, Nihon Goshin Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu also utilizes the Menkyo ( Teaching License ) system, incorporating distinctive belt patterns for each level.

51. Daito Ryu Aiki-Jujutsu
A description of the Japanese martial art of Daito Ryu AikiJujutsu.
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Daito Ryu Aiki-Jujutsu
A prominent sub-style of Jujutsu.
Daito-ryu Aiki-Jujutsu is an old Jujutsu style presumably founded my Minamoto, Yoshimitsu in the eleventh century. Originally, it was only practised by the highest ranking Samurais in the Takeda family in the Kai fiefdom in northern Japan. Feudal overlord Takeda, Shingen died in 1573, and his kinsman Takeda, Kunitsugu moved to the Aizu fiefdom, where he became Jito - overseer of the fief. Kunitsugu introduced Daitoryu Aikijujutsu at the Aizu fiefdom, where the secret fighting art only was taught to the feudal lords and the highest ranking samurais and ladies in waiting. The feudal system was broken down after 1868 when the Meiji restoration begun. Saigo, Tanomo (1829-1905), the heir to Daito-ryu gave the system to Takeda, Sogaku (1859-1943) and instructed him to pass it on to future generations. Takeda, Sogaku first used the term "Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu" in the beginning of the twentieth century and taught the art of it to many students. Takeda, Sogaku taught Daito-ryu from the beginning of the twentieth century until his death in 1943 two of his best known students were Ueshiba, Morihei, founder of Aikido and Choi, Yong Sul, founder of Hapkido.

52. Classical Japanese Schools
Daito Ryu “ Here is a brief summary of Master Sokaku Takeda and Daito Ryu. Daito Ryu Jujutsu is a family martial tradition of the Takeda clan.
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Here is a brief summary of Master Sokaku Takeda and Daito Ryu. Daito Ryu Jujutsu is a family martial tradition of the Takeda clan. The founder was Shinra Saburo no Yoshimitsu from the Seiwa Genji line (a major branch of the Minamoto clan). The name of the system is said to have been taken from the "Daito Mansion" in Shiga where training used to take place. The tradition was handed down in the Kai Takeda family and when Lord Takeda Tosa Kunitsugu was apointed to be Lord of " Aizu Han ", it was he who brought it to Aizu. There it had been handed down as the secret techniques of that domain until the end of the feudal period in the 1860's. Sokaku had been outstanding in martial arts as a youth and was called a genius with the sword. One story relates that as a young man Takeda killed many challengers, and he would boast of this to Ueshiba. It seems though that after a while he changed and layed aside the sword and became absorbed in the Daito Ryu Jujutsu tradition. In 1898 he received a master's license in the secret techniques of the domain. This is how Takeda Sokaku became a transmitter (in Japanese literally a "middle founder") of the Daito tradition. After that he traveled to various places teaching and spreading Daito Ryu and eventually made his way to Hokkaido.”
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53. YouTube - Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu
japan martial art of Daitoryu Aikijujutsu. This animation is enbu in the meeting. This martial art does not need power. It is a Japanese old martial art.

54. Tweed PCYC Daito Ryu Aikijujutsu
Japanese Martial Arts, Daito Ryu, Takumakai Daito Ryu, Aiki Jujitsu, Aiki Jujutsu, Self Defence, Tweed Jujitsu, Solution, Howto, Top 10 FAQ
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Daito-ryu Aiki Jujutsu is a traditional Japanese martial art which is said to be about one thousand years old. However, it was only opened to the public for the first time by Takeda Sokaku (1860-1943) one hundred years ago after the historic fall of the Aizu Clan. All the people who had the opportunity to witness Sokaku Takeda sensei's techniques were struck with wonder at his high level of skill. All types of jujutsu martial arts utilise the opponent's power. Sokaku Sensei's art was the same in this respect, except that in addition to ju, Sokaku Takeda Sensei utilised an additional power. He called it Aiki.
When Hisa Takuma was working for the Osaka Asahi Newspaper Company, he learned Daito-ryu Aiki Jujutsu first from Ueshiba Morihei Sensei, and then later from Takeda Sokaku Sensei. Hisa Sensei established Kansai Aikido Club, to proliferate the Daito-ryu style.
Takumakai is a not for profit organisation established by the students of Hisa Takuma and Heizaburo Nakatsu to facilitate the practice the traditional Japanese martial art, Daito-ryu Aiki Jujutsu. The name Takumakai uses the word Takuma from Hisa sensei's name, however "Takuma" is also drawn from the Japanese idiom "Sessa Takuma" which roughly translates as diligence and untiring perseverance.
Daito-Ryu in Australia
Daito-ryu Aiki Jujutsu Australia now has two branch Dojos and two official study groups linked to Takumakai Japan. All Australian Dojo's take their technical direction from Japan. This is facilitated by Kawabe Sensei, our Shihan who makes regular visit's from Osaka Japan. Other exchange visits between Takumakai Daito-ryu Japan and Australia also occur on a regular basis.

55. Eshop: Daito-ryu Aikibudo English Version
Daitoryu Aikibudo History and Technique is the first book to comprehensively show the roots, principles and techniques of this ancient art passed down directly from its last

56. Daito-Ryu Aiki Jujutsu
Martial Arts Systems and Styles Daito-Ryu Aiki Jujutsu - a means of self-defense
Daito-Ryu Aiki Jujutsu
Daito-ryu Aiki Jujutsu
Taken From Daito-ryu Aiki Jujutsu Home Page Arts such as sumo, judo, karate, and wrestling, are often called "fighting arts." While it is not our purpose here to argue whether or not this term is appropriate for these budo and sports, we can state definitively that Daito-ryu aiki jujutsu is not at all a "fighting art" in the sense that these others might be considered to be. A look at the history of Daito-ryu shows clearly that it was developed in large part as a means of self-defense, particularly one to be used by warriors while inside the palace. This may be seen in the inclusion and emphasis on oshikiuchi . In short, Daito-ryu was developed as a way to effectively and efficiently neutralize violence, not cause it. This is in perfect agreement with the Chinese character for the "bu" in budo, one interpretation of which is "to stop halberds." This is why that although we have forms used to demonstrate aikijutsu, there are no competitive matches. One distinctive feature of Daito-ryu is that it has incorporated many of the essential elements and principles of other schools of budo, most notably the Ono-ha Itto-ryu. This was done to better allow the student to capture the essence of budo and to transform the art into a comprehensive one.

57. Shouyoukan
We're a brand new club and the first of this kind in New Zealand. Our hope is that the people of New Zealand come to enjoy Daitoryu and we can grow to
We're a brand new club and the first of this kind in New Zealand. Our hope is that the people of New Zealand come to enjoy Daito-ryu and we can grow to become a strong representative of this Martial Art. How Did Shouyoukan Come to Be? This information has been taken from an interview with Ozeki sensei conducted by Luke Fryer. Q. How did Shouyoukan come to be? A. In 1987 I started the Daito-ryu Aiki-budo Daitokan Kyushu Soshibu Fukuoka dojo. I started here because Fukuoka is my home town and a dojo did not exist. I began this dojo under Oostuka sensei. I supervised this dojo in the beginning. Later the Kyushu branch changed to Daito-ryu Aiki-jujutsu Takuma-kai. Their home dojo is in Osaka. Okabayashi sensei was the head of the Takuma-kai dojo teaching department. In 1995 Okabayashi sensei separated from the Takuma-kai, and began his own school, the Hakuho-kai. The Fukuoka dojo then became the Fukuoka Prefecture Hakuho-kai main dojo. In August 2002, Okabayashi sensei founded the Hakuho-ryu aiki-budo style. My passion has always been for old style martial arts, and I felt a strong connection to the name Daito-ryu Aiki-jujutsu. For these reasons I chose to continue with Daito-ryu and began Daito-ryu Aiki-jujutsu Shouyoukan.

58. Daito Ryu Aikijujutsu Kodokai - San Luis Obispo, CA
Daito Ryu Aikijujutsu Kodokai offers Daitoryu in San Luis Obispo, CA. View location, contact information, class schedule and more
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59. Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu Hiden Mokuroku: Ikkajo
This is the first book in English to introduce the technical curriculum of Daitoryu Aikijujutsu as originally taught by Sokaku Takeda. It contains the 31 techniques of the

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