Extractions: Welcome in the official home page of the NIHON DAITO RYU AIKIBUDO DAITO KAI Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu origins can be dated back to 1087, and from then on a member of the Takeda clan has always led the School as it can be seen in the Takeda genealogy. This is a International Association created by Kato Shigemitsu, one of the top students of Takeda Tokimune, 36 th Soke. Choose your language English Italiano
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Parker Linekin's Academy Of The Martial Arts Association Studio in San Diego, that teaches a variety of eclectic martial art styles including Kenpo Karate, White Tiger Tai Chi, kickboxing and daito ryu Aiki Jujitsu. Features biography, style details, contact information and products. http://www.parkerlinekin.com/
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Extractions: Nihon Daito Ryu Aikibudo Daito Kai che ha il suo centro in Abashiri (Giappone). Tutte le tecniche di Aikijujutsu praticate all'interno dell'associazione sono le sole ed uniche tecniche praticate dai bushi, del Clan Minamoto(1100), poi dal Clan Takeda (1500) e per ultimo (fino al 1868) dal Clan Aizu. Esse sono state tramandate fedelmente fino ai nostri giorni dalla famiglia Takeda. Difatti osservando la cronologia dei registri della Scuola Daito Soke autentico aikijujutsu tramandato dalla famiglia Takeda tramite Kato Shigemitsu Sohi . In particolar modo l'associazione si prefigge di tramandare le tecniche divulgate da Tokimune Takeda, 36° Soke , di organizzare seminari internazionali diretti da Kato Shihan e di rilasciare budopass e diplomi dan solamente originali giapponesi! Organigramma dell'associazione in Italia Delegato per l'Italia: Pino Casale Responsabile per Lombardia: Paolo Campagnari Responsabile per l'Emilia-Romagna: Responsabile per Umbria e Marche: Roberto Bucci Responsabile per l'Abruzzo: Pino Sorbo Responsabile per la Campania: Tommaso Leonetti Responsabile per il Sud Italia (Puglia, Basilicata, Calabria e Sicilia):
Forums Index Forum Help daito ryu (moderated by Robin Brown). daito ryu Why is daito ryu shrouded and underground? Robin Brown, 8, 0421-2004 1144 AM. Schools? http://www.fightingarts.com/forums/cgi-bin/forumdisplay.cgi?action=topics&forum=
Extractions: Member posted 06-25-2003 12:40 PM Okay, this could take a while. I'll do my best, but others may want to correct me. Daito ryu is a form of aiki jutsu (or aiki ju jutsu if you prefer) that was re-established in the 19th century by a Japanese man called Sokaku Takeda, who was the legitimate heir to the headmastership of the school. The actual origins of aiki jutsu are somewhat obscure, but it is generally accepted as being a very traditional form of ju jutsu that dates back many centuries. The most common explanation of it is that it was thought to be a superior style of ju jutsu, and taught only to a select group of important samurai. The "secrets" of aiki were jealously guarded and it wasn't until Takeda sensei, and after him Ueshiba sensei, brought them out of obscurity that the style became popular. There are various schools of aiki jutsu, of which daito ryu is the most well known.
Daito Ryu Aikijujutsu Yamabushi Kai Miguel Ibarra, Kaiden Shihan of the daito ryu Aikijujutsu Yamabushi Kai, received his training under Prof. A. Pereira and Katsumi http://members.aol.com/kaiden/home2.htm
Extractions: Miguel Ibarra, Kaiden Shihan of the Daito Ryu Aikijujutsu Yamabushi Kai, received his training under Prof. A. Pereira and Katsumi Yonezawa, Soshi Shihan of Daito Ryu Bokuyokan. He has furthered his studies of Daito Ryu by training under R. Okabayashi and T. Kawabe, both of whom hold the Kyoju Dairi in Daito Ryu Aikijujutsu. He has also studied Takeda Ryu under H. Nakamura 10th dan Takeda Ryu and R. Maroteaux 7th dan Takeda Ryu.
DAITO-RYU ORGANIZATIONS DaitoRyu. Organizations. Japanese Organizations. daito ryu Gidokai Founded by Hideo Hoga, senior student of Mae Kikutaro and Tokimune Takeda. http://www.geocities.com/tokyo/1235/organizations.html
Extractions: Here is a listing of all known Daito-Ryu Organizations. ( each has been investigated for authenticity and validity ) effective December 31st, 1997 CANADIAN DAITO-RYU ASSOCIATION headed by Dr. John J. Williams, is a national peer-group for Canadian Daito-Ryu practitioners U.S.A. DAITO-RYU ASSOCIATION headed by Professor John Denora, in an American peer group for U.S. Daito-Ryu practitioners ITALIAN DAITO-RYU ASSOCIATION a general Daito-Ryu body representing one Japanese Daito-Ryu organization. Scandinavian Yamaue-Ryu Aiki Budo Assocciation This group is headed by Prof.J.K. Yamaue, 10th dan, Yamaue Aiki Budo ( A shinto priest who is the grandson of Daito-Ryu's Hisa Takuma) YANAGI SHINDARI-RYU ASSOCIATION This is the group from the USA and is a traditional Daito - Ryu style derived from Yoshii Kotaro, son of Yoshida Kotaro... INTERNATIONAL SAIGO-HA TAKEDA-RYU FEDERATION This is the branch of Daito-Ryu headed by Dr. John Williams , and is from the Tanomo Saigo- Shiro Saigo - Houei Yamashita - Lin Po- Pok Shen lineage American Aikijujutsu Federation-USA This is headed by Graham Lewis from the USA, and consits of Daito-Ryu and Yoshinkan Aikido.
Daito Ryu DaitoRyu Later at the urging of a friend he visited the dojo of master Kodo Horikawa, who was a top student of the renowned Daito-ryu master, Sokaku Takeda. http://www.keenmedia.com/daito_ryu-bio.html
Extractions: "Daito-Ryu" About Okamoto Sensei Seigo Okamoto was born in Hokkaido, Japan in 1925. He served as a young man in the Japanese navy as a airplane mechanic/tech. Later at the urging of a friend he visited the dojo of master Kodo Horikawa, who was a top student of the renowned Daito-ryu master, Sokaku Takeda. Mr. Okamoto was at that time already 38 years old, and had never even heard of Daito-ryu before. At first he thought the "fights" were fake, and he couldn't believe that Horikawa sensei (4' 11", and 69 years old) was actually throwing 4-5 attackers at once. But Mr. Okamoto thought it might be good exercise, and he really enjoyed socializing with the dojo members, so he continued to practice and never missed a class. The training in those days was very intense. After about five or six years Horikawa sensei asked Mr. Okamoto to teach the beginners. One by one the other senior students stopped training, and soon Mr. Okamoto became the most senior student, and began teaching the general classes under the guidance of Horikawa sensei. In 1974 Okamoto sensei was promoted to seventh dan, and in 1977 he moved to Tokyo. One of his co-workers suggested that he open a dojo and teach. With Horikawa sensei's blessing he opened the Tokyo branch of the Kodokai. The following year (1978) Okamoto sensei received the master's teaching license from Horikawa sensei.
Index Shiro Saigo line instead of Sokaku Takeda http://www.geocities.com/Tokyo/4856/
Daito Ryu See lehekülg on loodud tutvustamaks sõjakunsti, mille nimeks on daito ryu Aiki Bujutsu. Mis on nende vahe? Vastuseks tsiteeriksin ühte daito ryu õpetajat http://www.geo.ut.ee/oudekki/arts/daito.html
Extractions: See lehekülg on loodud tutvustamaks sõjakunsti, mille nimeks on Daito Ryu Aiki Bujutsu . Eestlasele on tuttav selle üks vorme, nimelt Aikido. Mis on nende vahe? Vastuseks tsiteeriksin ühte Daito Ryu õpetajat: Kui sa harjutad tehnikat ja sinu partner naeratab, siis on see moodne Aikido. Kui ta karjub, siis on see Daito Ryu.
Index Site on the Japanese martial art of daito ryu Aiki http://www.geocities.com/Tokyo/1235/
HAPKIDO KUDOKWAN Daitoryu Aikijujutsu. Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu is one of the oldest recorded forms of Japanese Aikijujutsu. Sokaku Takeda and daito ryu Aikijujutsu. http://www.hapkido-kudokwan.com/dataeng/aikijujutsu.htm
Extractions: Updated February 24 th Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu is one of the oldest recorded forms of Japanese Aikijujutsu. The origin of the art is somewhat under a dispute since a Korean legend claims that Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu was developed by Prince Sadazumi (884-916) (known as Prince Teijun in Korea), the sixth son of Japanese Emperor Seiwa, after receiving instruction in Yoo Sool from traveling Korean Buddhist monks. The documentation of Aikijujutsu, however, attributes the style's development to Minamoto no Yoshimitsu (1045-1127), the third son of Minamoto no Yoriyoshi (988-1075), who was the fifth-generation descendant of Emperor Seiwa. Nonetheless, Minamoto no Yoshimitsu is regarded as the founder on Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu. The Minamoto family was one of the major ruling clans of Japan during the Heian Period (794-1158) and onward in Japanese history. In fact, Minamoto no Yorimoto (1147-1199) established the Kamakura Shogunate, a period when the samurai military governed the country. Yoshikiyo (1094-1145), the eldest son of Minamoto no Yoshimitsu moved away from the central clan to an area known as Kai. There he started a new lineage of the Minamoto clan that became known as based on the Chinese reading of the Takeda family, who developed Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu in the years that followed.