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George Kohler
12th May 2006, 22:37
Found these on the net (Japanese Google Search). These are from the book Shinto Rikugo-ryu Jujutsu kyoju sho: Kihon no maki

johan smits
15th May 2006, 13:17
Hi George,

Those pics are cool!
Is there anything more on Shinto Rikugo ryu? I think this was the school founded by Noguchi sensei and was more or less meant as a countermeasure against the increasingly popular Kodokan judo of Kano. The school is supposed to have consisted of several older jujutsustyles.

Best,

Johan Smits

George Kohler
15th May 2006, 16:22
There are some more, but not much. To tell you the truth I don't know too much about Noguchi and Shinto Rikugo-ryu.

Here is pictures from Tokka Kyoju Sho Tora no maki

johan smits
16th May 2006, 06:23
I think the last pictures are from a book that has been reprinted in the 1980's or 1990's. Serge Mol mentions Noguchi and writes a short piece about the school in his Complete Koryu Jujutsu.

On freebudo.com I think the school is also mentioned, one of their japanese teachers jujutsu style originates in the Shinto Rikugo-ryu.

Best,

Johan Smits

George Kohler
16th May 2006, 06:59
I think the last pictures are from a book that has been reprinted in the 1980's or 1990's. Serge Mol mentions Noguchi and writes a short piece about the school in his Complete Koryu Jujutsu.

On freebudo.com I think the school is also mentioned, one of their japanese teachers jujutsu style originates in the Shinto Rikugo-ryu.

Best,

Johan Smits

What's the name of the book that was reprinted in the 1980's/90's? These pictures came from http://www.bokuden.or.jp/~bunbkan which I think is a research group.

I have the Serge Mol book and read the small description. I wish there are more about this school.

johan smits
16th May 2006, 07:29
I am at the office right now and do not have the book here but from memory it is titled: Okugi jujutsu kyujo sho. It is mentioned in Serge Mol's Complete Koryu Jujutsu. It is authored by Noguchi sensei and (the reprint) consists of the Tora no maki which are more techniques in kata form and another part which seems to be kihon waza. It might be called Ryu no maki or maybe it consists of another book by Noguchi titled Seitei Kihon Shokai.

best,

Johan Smits