IAIJUTSU KATA PDF
Tamiya ryu Iaijutsu. Koran no Maki – the second volume by Takeda N. Sensei – Iaido Kyoshi 7th Dan. The following is a brief description of these kata. There are 43 iai kata with no particular order, but 7 are considered basic. Properly speaking, Shinkage-ryu does not contain iaijutsu techniques, it is strictly a.
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Place the sword against the opponent’s upper arms, left foot steps forward and you turn to the right, throwing the opponent.
Muso Jikiden Eishin-ryu Iaijutsu, and its traditional cultural heritage as transmitted by the Tosa Yamauchi family, was presented to Sekiguchi Komei sensei through the 20th generation head, Onoue Masamitsu. At some point we all iajutsu to lower that expectation and accept our natural ability to succeed, and to fail. Mai-chou — flying, butterfly.
Tsurube-otoshi — letting go of a water pale in a well, when sun goes down fast, dropping quickly.
Mugen Shinto Ryu Iaijutsu kata – Rakushinkan
The second opponent is slightly to the right, enter with the left foot in kasumi, step forward with the right and cut down. Repeat the cut without moving. Right foot steps forward and cut and slide back at the end of the cut. Withdraw the left foot and cut down.
Foot work is same as chidori 8. Sanbon Me no Kata. Toride-gaeshi — grab hand, cut Instructor Links Blog Forum. Pick up sword and sageo with right hand. It’s just a kiri oroshi with less speed and power. More pics of my nicest katana. On the second step, turn clockwise and perform nukitsuke, sliding the left foot back or the right foot forward depending on the distance. Kai-shaku — help to commit harikiri 6.
Un-ryu — cloud dragon.
Tamiya ryu Iaijutsu
This is the mission of Muso Jikiden Eishin-ryu Iaijutsu as transmitted by the 21st generation head–Sekiguchi Komei sensei. Yatsu-nami — 8 waves 8 is lucky, waves of attack 4. Suwariwaza Inten Giri Negative turn-around cut From seiza, draw and cover while advancing the right foot to the right. The Iaijutsu student practices not to defeat others, but rather to defeat the things within them that prevent their self-development. During the cut you slide forward or backward according to where teki is rolling himself, to escape or a desparate attack.
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And if, after vanquishing his powerful foe Hayashizaki had lost the need for Iai, we might not know his name today. And here I am, a student of only a few years.
Shinkage ryu Iai
You are grabbed by the lapels from seiza. Hagai-gaeshi — like a bird flapping wings for take off 3. Continue as in hirakinuki.
A Yagyu suburi demonstrated by sensei is making big circles or figure 8’s from left hasso to right waki to right hasso to left waki, while changing feet. Once the perceived assailants have been deterred, the sword is cleaned and re-sheathed.
Turn to the rear, matching swords with the rear opponent, again advance the right foot, winding his sword and cutting down. Iaijuutsu, the more literal breakdown of Iaijutsu illuminates its deeper purpose.
There are 43 iai kata with no particular order, but 7 are considered basic. This is an often returning defensive position.
Step forward with right foot and cut while dropping on the knee and shifting back. Usu-zumi — black of calligraphy charcoalstroking line, sweeping. Shigure-otoshi — sudden downpour.
The seventh grand master Hasegawa Eishin shaped the school around the changing times, kqta true to its enduring spirit, and mastering a new type of sword.
Repeat the cut chiburi without shifting the body. Zan-getsu — mountain, moon; moon appears behind mountain Start as for soetetsuki. Kosode-otoshi — forearm cut This series consists of 8 tachiwaza and 6 suwariwaza.
Sensei mentioned something about the meaning of tsuki kage. Mojiri Tachi The twisting iaijugsu One opponent to the rear.
Shinkage ryu iaijutsu techniques
You are now on the left knee. I believe that there is always something more to discover in this school. You sit down without hakama sabaki, by slightly shifting back the left foot, dropping straight down, and then sliding the left knee next to the right.