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    Quote Originally Posted by fifthchamber
    You could check the website for the Kyokai at [url
    http://www.nipponbudokan.or.jp/shinkou/html_1/index9.html[/url]
    And it has a list of the ryuha it has currently under its wing there..In Japanese.
    Sorry I made a mistake. I had previously said 11 years old. Looking at the link put up by Ben it's Showa 54. That makes it a list made in 1979.
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    Hello,

    There seems to be some confusion that I might be able to clarify a bit.

    Quote Originally Posted by hyaku
    Sorry I made a mistake. I had previously said 11 years old. Looking at the link put up by Ben it's Showa 54. That makes it a list made in 1979.
    Actually, that page states that February of Showa 54 (1979) was when the Nihon Kobudo Kyokai was founded ( 発足 ), followed by the organization's purpose, how it undertakes the task, and then followed by the list of member schools.

    A program I have here for a Showa 56 demonstration by the Nihon Kobudo Kyokai also listed Nagao-ryu ( 長尾流 ) as one of the schools that demonstrated on that day. However, as can be seen on the website, Nagao-ryu is no longer listed as a member school of the organzation today.

    I don't know how often that specific page on the website is updated, however at the very least, the Nippon Budokan does update the publication section of the website monthly when Gekkan Budo comes out. The events section is also updated fairly regularly. I would not be surprised to learn that other pages of the website are updated when needed.

    I hope this helps.

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    Ron Beaubien

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    Hi guys,

    Yes they updated it recently and added the prefecture which the ryû is located in. Here is the listing.

    Enjoy!

    Jujutsu
    Ryushin Kaichu-ryu jujutsu (Hokkaido)
    Shosho-ryu yawara (Iwate)
    Iga-ryuha Kasshin-ryu jujutsu (Ibaraki)
    Kiraku-ryu jujutsu (Gunba)
    Tenjin Shinyo-ryu jujutsu (Saitama)
    Daito-ryu aikijujutsu (Tokyo)
    Shinto Yoshin-ryu jujutsu
    Tenjin Shinyo-ryu jujutsu (Tokyo)
    Daito-ryu aikijujutsu Takumakai (Osaka)
    Shibukawa-ryu jujutsu (Osaka)
    Shingetsu Muso Yanagi-ryu jujutsu (Hyogo)
    Hontai Yoshin-ryu jujutsu (Hyogo)
    Takagi-ryu jujutsu / Kukishin-ryu bojutsu (Hyogo)
    Sekiguchi Shishin-ryu jujutsu (Wakayama)
    Takenouchi-ryu jujutsu <koshi-no-mawari kogusoku> (Okayama)
    Takenouchi-ryu jujutsu <hinoshita torite kaizan> (Okayama)

    Sojutsu
    Owari Kan-ryu sojutsu (Aichi)
    Fuden-ryu sojutsu (Osaka)
    Hozoin-ryu Takada-ha sojutsu (Nara)
    Saburi-ryu yari (Hiroshima)

    Jojutsu - Bojutsu
    Muhi Muteki-ryu jojutsu (Ibaraki)
    Shinto Muso-ryu jojutsu (Fukuoka)
    Chikubujima-ryu bojutsu (Nagasaki)

    Naginatajutsu
    Toda-ha Buko-ryu naginatajutsu (Tokyo)
    Tendo-ryu naginatajutsu (Kyoto)
    Jikishin Kage-ryu naginatajutsu (Nara)
    Yoshin-ryu naginatajutsu (Hiroshima)
    Higo Ko-ryu naginata (Kumamoto)

    Kenjutsu
    Bokuden-ryu kenjutsu (Aomori)
    Itto-ryu Mizoguchi-ha kenjutsu (Fukushima)
    Hokushin Itto-ryu kenjutsu (Ibaraki)
    Kashima Shinto-ryu kenjutsu (Ibaraki)
    Kogen Itto-ryu kenjutsu (Saitama)
    Tenshin Shoden Katori Shinto-ryu kenjutsu (Chiba)
    Tatsumi-ryu heiho (Chiba)
    Kashima Shinden Jikishinkage-ryu kenjutsu (Chiba)
    Ono-ha Itto-ryu kenjutsu (Tokyo)
    Shinto Munen-ryu kenjutsu (Tokyo)
    Kurama-ryu kenjutsu (Tokyo)
    Tennen Rishin-ryu kenjutsu (Tokyo)
    Yagyu Shinkage-ryu heiho kenjutsu (Aichi)
    Shingyoto-ryu kenjutsu (Mie)
    Shojitsu Kenri Kataichi-ryu kenjutsu (Okayama)
    Taisha-ryu kenpo (Kumamoto)
    Hyoho Niten Ichi-ryu kenjutsu (Oita)
    Noda-ha Niten Ichi-ryu kenjutsu (Kumamoto)
    Kumohiro-ryu kenjutsu (Kumamoto)
    Jigen-ryu heiho kenjutsu (Kagoshima)

    Karate - Ryukyu Kobujutsu
    Ryukyu kobujutsu (Tokyo)
    Wado-ryu jujutsu kenpo (Tokyo)
    Shito-ryu karate (Kanagawa)
    Ryukyu Oke Hiden Motobu Udondei (Osaka)
    Kingo-ryu karate Okinawa kobujutsu (Okinawa)
    Okinawa Goju-ryu bujutsu (Okinawa)

    Taijutsu
    Yagyu Shingan-ryu kacchu heiho (Iwate)
    Yagyu Shingan-ryu taijutsu (Kanagawa)

    Hojutsu
    Seki-ryu hojutsu (Ibaraki)
    Morishige-ryu hojutsu (Kanagawa)
    Yo-ryu hojutsu (Fukuoka)

    Sono-ta Bujutsu
    Araki-ryu kenpo (Gunba)
    Araki-ryu gunyo kogusoku (Saitama)
    Negishi-ryu shurikenjutsu (Tokyo)
    Ogasawara-ryu kyubajutsu (Kanagawa)
    Nito Shinkage-ryu kusarigamajutsu (Kochi)
    Takeda-ryu aiki-no-jutsu (Fukuoka)

    Iaijutsu - Battojutsu
    Hayashizaki Muso-ryu iaijutsu (Yamagata)
    Muso Jikiden Eishin-ryu iaijutsu (Tokyo)
    Tamiya-ryu iaijutsu (Kanagawa)
    Suio-ryu iai kenpo - Masaki-ryu kusarigamajutsu (Shizuoka)
    Hoki-ryu iaijutsu (Hyogo)
    Enshin-ryu iai suemono (Osaka)
    Kanshin-ryu iaijutsu (Shimane)
    Shojitsu Kenri Kataichi-ryu kacchu battojutsu (Okayama)
    Kanemaku-ryu battojutsu (Okayama)
    Sekiguchi-ryu battojutsu (Kumamoto)

    Jun-kai-in ‘associate/provisional members’
    Itto Shoden Muto-ryu (Nagano)
    Hoki-ryu iaijutsu (Hyogo)
    Hoki-ryu iaijutsu (Kumamoto)
    Kito-ryu jujutsu (Kyoto)
    Shibukawa Ichi-ryu jujutsu (Hiroshima)
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    Hi All!
    Thanks for the answers! Did i get it right that its not the ryu as a group becomes a member but some selected members of the ryu representing it ? How do these organsations promote kobudo? Organising enbu (thats quit clear!), but what else. Did they publish books about kobudo maybe initiate an interlectual exchange between members ( for example form study groups dealing with historical topics). Ho do the mebers see the enbu? A way to demonstrate in front of potential new members?
    Kind Regards
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    Most enbu fall under one of two categories..Those designed to be shown to the public or to one of the organisations in question and those shown for the purpose of pleasing (Or simply showing what we can do to)the gods of an area such as a shrine..Koryu don't really need to promote themselves and to be honest very little is known about them outside of those actually doing them here..None of the kids I teach have a clue about what I do unless it is phrased as Judo or Kendo..There is little need to attract new members..Besides..Most of the audiences at enbu seem to be other members of the schools demoing or family of those demoing..It's not a big thing among anyone else but those of us doing it..
    As for having debates and discussions among the koryu..Why?I think it would be seen as being rather useless to debate the finer points of Tsuru no Issoku to someone who wasn't in the Takeuchi Ryu...Although there may be some talk after enbu there is nothing like a wholesale debate...
    They DO publish books..Or rather, the Budokan do...And those tend to highlight the Koryu rather well but still not close to publicity..The books are not aimed at that..And contain history and contact details but little else...
    Regards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hyaku
    The last issue of "Budo" Magazine (In Japanese) carried pages full of info. Ryu in the Nihon Kobudo Kyokai were invited to use the pages to show who they were, who was in each ryu and where etc. Nothing flashy more like a group meishi.

    This was ours.

    http://www.hyoho.com/meib.jpg
    I cannot seem to see your page!!

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    Works fine for me:
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottUK
    Works fine for me:
    Weird. I wonder if my IP address is blocked for some reason?

    I keep getting a "Cannot find server or DNS Error" message.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mekugi
    Weird. I wonder if my IP address is blocked for some reason?

    I keep getting a "Cannot find server or DNS Error" message.
    Could it be your ISP? Works fine on this end too.

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    Kudos and many thanks to Greg Clarke for fixing my problem!

    -Russ

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    Default List of ryu in the Nihon Kobudo Shinkokai

    The Nihon Kobudo Kyokai has a well done web presence where one can look for member ryu via a Japan Map. I guess most of you are familiar with the website.

    I am not able to locate something similar for the Nihon Kobudo Shinkokai.

    Can someone help me out please? Japanese OK.

    Thanks.

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    not exactly but this may be helpful

    http://www.bab.co.jp/hiden/dojyo/gro...group_ken.html
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    Thanks, Lance.
    That's a list of ryu for both federations. I suppose that all the mentioned ryu are member of both then.

    For Muso Shinden Ryu Iai (e.g.) several different persons are listed. Haven't checked all entries but this might be the case with other ryu as well. Is it therefore fair to assume that basically PERSONS are members and not always the ryu only?

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