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Budo Taijutsu

Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu is a traditional Japanese martial art that teaches unarmed combat as well as feudal era weapons. Also known as ninjutsu, the martial art of Budo Taijutsu combines the essence of nine classical martial arts schools (koryu-ha). The art of Budo Taijutsu teaches one to use their entire body when performing technique in order to generate true power. Some of the skills that are learned during training include:

  • body conditioning (junan taiso)
  • bladed weapons (kenjutsu)
  • breakfalls, leaping, rolling, evasion skills (taihenjutsu)
  • grappling and joint locking (jutaijutsu)
  • long and short staff (bojutsu)
  • spear and halberd (soujutsu/bisentojutsu)
  • striking and kicking (dakentaijutsu)


People who train in the Bujinkan do so for a variety of reasons including self-defense, physical conditioning, masochism, etc. Send us your favorite reason and we'll add it to the list!

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