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    It Was An Excellent Seminar I Must Say...

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    Quote Originally Posted by George Kohler
    In the early 90's Tanemura Sensei brought Sato Kinbei sensei and Sato Sensei's daughter to New York City during a Genbukan Taikai. All three demonstrated Yagyu Shingan-ryu (not necessarily at the same time) and it was stated by Tanemura Sensei, in front of Sato Sensei and his daughter, that he learned it from Sato Sensei.

    Thanks George,

    I was sure it was in the USA.

    Thanks for confirming that.

    Do you know if Sato Sensei taught any other ryu-ha at that TaiKai (Asayama Ichiden ryu/Araki shin ryu etc)?

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    IF memory serves me correct Sato Kinbei sensei also covered
    PA KUA
    some AIKI concepts...

    LOTS OF INTERNAL THINGS....

    TANEMURA SENSEI ALSO COVERED...TAKAGI YOSHIN RYU..
    UPPER LEVEL.(INSTRUCTOR CLASS) .ASAYAMA ICHIDEN RYU

    Sorry george..didnt mean to answer your question..It just made me think for a second..

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    Thanks Greg,

    I guess the advantage of these TaiKais is that if your below Sandan (or not doing ryu-ha at Shodan level etc), it lets you study a bit of ryu-ha.

    Wish I was there.

    Getting back to the YSR topic, has Tanemura sensei taught this school to many people in a classical setting (as ryu-ha study etc), I noticed that Michael Coleman Kyoshi has some level of experience in it.

    Thanks
    Greg Harada-Davis

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    Hi All,

    Thanks for all your answer's. My original answer has been answered in fall.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Richard

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    Hi,
    in 2004 Quest Video published the first part of the 3 Yagyu Shingan Ryu videos by Shimazu Kenji. Does anybody know if there are plans to publish the other two parts as well?

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    Hello Karsten,

    I'll be speaking with Philip Hinshelwood (Yagyu Shingan Ryu Heihojutsu - Australia) in the next few days, so I'll ask him and get back to you. He's a direct student of Shimazu Kenji. In the meantime have a look at
    www.yagyushinganryu.se

    Regards,

    Simon
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    Hello Simon,
    thank you very much for your offer. I really enjoyed watching the first part and I am curious about the follwing ones. I could of course get the tapes, but since I dont have a TV, DVDs would be far less complicated.

    Best regards,
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    Hello Simon,
    were you able to find out something about the videos?

    Regards,
    Karsten
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    Hello,

    Check out http://www.budovideos.com/shop/custo...ubstring=yagyu I actually purchased Vol-1 of YSR Chikuosha off Shimazu Kenji-sensei in person back in 1993 at an Australian seminar. The footage is excellent and the content very interesting, but only shows the omote waza unless you are a member of the ryu and training under an authorised sensei you won't understand the ura waza.

    Cheers,
    Paul Steadman

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    Hi Paul,
    thank you for your input. I was actually just asking about the two parts that are availiable only on tape right now. I am well aware of the concepts of koryu teaching. The only reason Im asking is the one I stated: I enjoyed watching the first part, thats all... ( and I dont have a TV so Id prefer DVDs).

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    Hi Karsten,

    I spoke with Philip Hinshelwood a few days ago. He's quite busy at this time and won't be able to assist with your enquiry until sometime in August.

    Regards,

    Simon Louis

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    Hello Simon,
    thank you very much for your effort! Well see what happens.

    Best regards,
    Karsten
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    Default Sogo Bujutsu

    Yagyu Shingan-ryu, whether Sendai line or Edo line is a comprehensive combat system (sogo bujitsu). Armored Yawara is only one component of the system. Ueshiba (founder of Aikido) studied the Yawara component of YSR. Yawara is generally taught first, followed by weapons forms at a more advanced level. Menkyo Kaiden would not be awarded for Yawara alone. Perhaps a new branch was formed which only taught Yawara, but this seems odd to say the least.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ouch!
    Yagyu Shingan-ryu, whether Sendai line or Edo line is a comprehensive combat system (sogo bujitsu). Armored Yawara is only one component of the system. Ueshiba (founder of Aikido) studied the Yawara component of YSR. Yawara is generally taught first, followed by weapons forms at a more advanced level. Menkyo Kaiden would not be awarded for Yawara alone. Perhaps a new branch was formed which only taught Yawara, but this seems odd to say the least.
    On the Genbukan site it mentions that Michael Coleman has a Shoden Menkyo in YSR! From his book, he doesn't seem to mention about any weapons training. In the Genbukan Taikai DVD he demonstrates Kacchu Yawara, but no jujutsu, torite etc.

    Do any of the main lines have weapons training up to Shoden Menkyo?

    Although this comes from the Sendai-line, via Sato Sensei, is it safe to assume that this has become a new line? I thought that grades in Sendai YSR could only be issued from Shimazu Sensei?

    Cheers!
    Greg Harada-Davis

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