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    jediknight Guest

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    I am currently living in JPN and was wondering if anyone has any experience with Meifu Ryu. I have seen the books and videos and wondered if anyone here has seen them and their opinions to other shuriken schools.

    My Japanese is still at a basic/intermidiate level and i was wondering if any other non-Japanese train there..?

    Thanks for your opinions in advance.

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    Hamburg, Germany
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    if you mean the Meifu Shinkage Ryu of Tokyo there is someone who might be able to help you. Log in to the Bujinkan Discussion Board and search for the name of the school. A user nicknamed Danny will appear with a few postings. He might help you.

    karsten helmholz
    bujinkan shinden dojo buchholz/hamburg

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    Jason W Guest


    I've found Otsuka Sensei to be a very genuine, honest, and generous man in my communications with him over the net, and through several aquaintences who have gone and met him. His shuriken skills are very good too - he loves the art and is doing a great job keeping it alive. Danny is a Bujinkan guy who now also trains in MSR with Otsuka Sensei, and has many good things to say about him.

    Well worth paying him a visit - he's very approachable.

    good luck, and let us know how you go!


    Jason Wotherspoon

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    Default Meifu Shinkage-ryu shurikenjutsu


    I hope my post is allowed at this position, if not please move it to the right sub-forum.

    We are very proud to announce the first Meifu-Shinkage ryu seminar in Bremen, Germany.

    Daniel Esteban from Spain, direct student of the current Soke, Yasuyuki Otsuka Sensei, will come to Bremen to give an introduction into the schools curriculum.

    We will work on Shuriken-jutsu and Fundokusari-jutsu.

    The seminar is held on February 14th and 15th in Bremen, Germany.
    Timetable: Saturday - 10am - 1pm and 4pm to 7pm and Sunday - 10am to 1/2pm

    Fees: 60 Euro/complete seminar

    For further information/the official announcement please visit

    We hope to see many interested people in Bremen.

    Kind regards,
    Michael Reinhardt
    Aikido-Zen Bremen e.V.
    Michael Reinhardt

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