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    Greetings to all!
    Forgive me for my bad English language.
    I am engaged Aikido (2 dan, now study style Nisio Syodzi), Tenshin Shoden Katori Sinto ryu (8 years, sensej Tetsutaka Sugavara).
    Now started to study Muso Dzikiden Eishin ryu iaido, seitei jodo, and ju-jutsu - Kodokan Shin ryu (a modern style ju-jutsu), Yoseikan budo and Motoha Yoshin ryu.
    But! On all styles ju-jutsu there is an information.
    On style Motoha Yoshin ryu there is no information in internete. I know, that Motoha - was separated from Hontai Yoshin ryu, and its founder Yasumoto sensei. Whether there is at somebody more extensive information on this style?

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    Hi Maska!

    It's a rule here on E-budo to sign your post with the full name...

    Regards,
    Tommmy
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    Beer

    Excuse me
    Dennis Shelest

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    Hi

    The Motoha Yoshin Ryu is run by Yasumoto sensei who recieved Menkyo Kaiden in the Hon tai Yoshin Ryu. For some reason i dont know he left the HYR and starte dthe Moto Ha.

    there is a web page in danish language http://www.moto-ha.dk/

    there is a list of some grade requirements on the site.

    this is the only site I know of for this branch

    hope it helps
    Paul Richardson - Shidoshi
    Bujinkan Lincoln Dojo

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    That is correct, Yasumoto-sensei left Hontai Yoshin Ryu, or was asked to leave, some years ago. He was then an 8 dan in Hontai Yoshin Ryu.

    Of course his system remineds of Hontai Yoshin Ryu. I think, from those trainingsessions I have had with him, that he is a very oualified instructor.

    Maska, from what country are you?
    Johan Pettersson, Gake Dojo

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    Originally posted by Johan
    He was then an 8 dan in Hontai Yoshin Ryu.
    If I've heard correctly, he was also granted menkyo kaiden by Inoue Sensei, but I'm not 100% sure.
    Eric Baluja

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    to Johan
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    Hi, Dennis,
    This is just a friendly suggestion. So you don't have to remember to sign each post, go to the User CP button on the top right of the page. First button, click on it, then click on Profile. Scroll down and you should come to a box, labled as "signature." Type your name in it. Go down to the botton and click on the one which says "submit modifications." Then, click on "user options" and look for the question "Show signature?" Click on yes, submit it the same way, and then it will sign all your posts for you as default.

    I know you mean to, I just thought it would be easier, once it is done.

    Mark

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    Where did you study Yoseikan Budo?
    Robert Cheshire
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    www.fagri-igraf.org/

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    My friend comes to study to Jan Janssens. We want him to invite to RUSSIA
    Dennis Shelest
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    Default Motoha yoshin ryu JuJutsu

    I visited some training camps(in Sweden and Ukraine),where this style was presented,and i was impressed.
    Coach was Yasumoto soke.
    How's yours meanings about this style?

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    I understand Moto ha Yoshinryu to be a branch school of Hontai Yoshin ryu Jujutsu. Yasumoto Akiyoshi was awared menkyo kaiden in Hontai Yoshin ryu. I understand he split from HYR in the late ninties.
    That is all I know, and that may be inaccurate.
    Jeff Brown

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    I don't know anything about Moto-ha Yoshin-ryu other than a very little bit about its founder, Yasumoto Sensei -- allegedly scary good at jujutsu and incredibly subtle in its application. Whether that's reflected in his Moto-ha or he has the ability to impart his skill to others, I have no idea.
    Eric Baluja

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    ..........Whether that's reflected in his Moto-ha or he has the ability to impart his skill to others, I have no idea.

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    And there's the story of the martial arts. Talented men surrounded by lesser lights, either delluding themselves into thinking they are his equal because they know the Kata or thinking the "talent" can be imbued through the practice of them. Or we see the talented themselves- mistakingly thinking they can "create" their own equals.

    The real mystery being the talent that rose to the occasion in one, through trial, while completely escaping the others, who watch, as if from afar, trying to grasp something that will forever ellude them.

    If it were not so- we would be surrounded by giants. Instead, we find ourselves all too often in the good company of the lesser lights.

    cheers
    Dan

    ".....Misconduct in the the common affairs of life may be retrieved. But, it is quite otherwise in war, where errors are fatal and without remedy, and are followed by immmediate punishment.".....vegetius Book 1
    Last edited by Dan Harden; 20th December 2004 at 17:07.

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    Who practicing this style,hows your opinion?

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