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  Masaaki Hatsumi.html
Masaaki Hatsumi is the founder of the Bujinkan Dojo, with its Hombu Dojo located in Noda City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan.
Hatsumi inherited the nine schools that comprise the Bujinkan from the late Toshitsugu Takamatsu Soke shortly before Takamatsu's passing in 1972.
Masaaki Hatsumi was born on December 2, 1931.
www.angelfire.com /mi/budotaijutsu/MasaakiHatsumi.html   (715 words)

 Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Grandmaster Hatsumi is the founder and International Director of the Bujinkan Dojo with its Hombu Dojo, the Bujinden (Divine Palace), residing in Noda City and has an administration office attached to his downtown home.
Hatsumi felt a strange aura emanate from him and asked him to be his student.
Hatsumi traveled across the main island of Honshu every weekend for fifteen years to study with Takamatsu Sensei who taught him the Nine secret traditions and passed them on to him as the sole inheritor, as he died 83 years old in his home in Nara (just East of Osaka) on April 2, 1972.
www.bda-ninpo.com /html_english/hatsumi.htm   (948 words)

 Bujinkan San Francisco Dojo - Masaaki Hatsumi
Masaaki Hatsumi, founder and grandmaster of the Bujinkan Dojo, has been awarded the International Culture Award by the Japanese government.
Hatsumi is the 92nd recipient of this prestigious honor to date.
Hatsumi preaches the importance of understanding the principles underlying techniques, not just the mechanics--things that will serve the greatest benefit in the flurry of a real fight.
www.bujinkansf.org /hatsumi/award.htm   (414 words)

 Bujinkan Taka-Seigi Dojo Surrey
Masaaki Hatsumi was introduced to Kendo by his father when he was seven years old.
On November 22, 1999 Masaaki Hatsumi, founder and grandmaster of the Bujinkan Dojo, was awarded the International Culture Award by the Japanese government.
In 2001 Masaaki Hatsumi was honored with the Papal Award from Pope John Paul II for his long service to the community.
www.bujinkanbc.net /surrey/hatbio.htm   (460 words)

 Earthway - Books
Hatsumi's book contains historic ninja scrolls and describes techniques for self-defense, and it debunks tricks that are attributed to the ninja but actually derive more from the circus than the martial arts.
Masaaki Hatsumi is a bone doctor, artist, and writer, as well as the 34th grandmaster of the nine schools of the ninja arts in Japan.
Masaaki Hatsumi, the grandmaster of the nine ninjutsu schools that comprise the ninja tradition, is an artist with brush and ink, a medical practitioner of seikotsu, and a prolific writer.
www.earthwayjourney.com /Shopping/Books/Hatsumi   (1049 words)

 Stephen K. Hayes - Quest Centers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
An-shu Stephen K. Hayes' teacher Masaaki Hatsumi was born in Noda City, Chiba Prefecture, on December 2, 1931.
Hatsumi awarded An-shu the very rare ju-dan 10th Degree in 1993 to acknowledge An-shu’s lifelong work in promoting the martial arts as a path to mastery of life.
At the very first Bujinkan instructors meeting in Japan in Autumn 1979, Masaaki Hatsumi told An-shu Stephen K. Hayes that it is the duty of every senior instructor to create a personal teaching program from the historical material and then present training in the most relevant and useful way for students.
www.skhquest.com /articles/MasaakiHatsumi.asp   (382 words)

Grandmaster Hatsumi is the founder and International Director of the Bujinkan Dojo with its Hombu Dojo, the Bujinden (Divine Palace), residing in Noda City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan and has an administration office attached to his downtown home.
Hatsumi is the inheritor of nine Ninjutsu traditions from the late O'Sensei Toshitsugu Takamatsu (the last true living Ninja) in the early 1970's just before Soke Takamatsu's passing in 1972.
It is said that Dr. Hatsumi was the only one receiving indepth training with the great Takamatsu during the last 15 years of his life.
www.ninjutsu.com /soke-hatsumi.shtml   (876 words)

 Soke Hatsumi Masaaki
The Americans who were learning from him were bigger and stronger and within a few months they were able to easily defeat their Japanese opponents, who would have needed several years of practicing to achieve the same level of effectiveness.
Hatsumi began to question the martial arts he had studied "I have always loved Budo, since I was a child in fact.
Hatsumi Soke is a scientist, painter, actor, musician, singer and writer, and he is the author of dozens of books, videos and DVDs concerning ninjutsu.
uk.geocities.com /bcdojo/hatsumi.htm   (1041 words)

 Hatsumi Sensei   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Masaaki Hatsumi was born in Noda City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan on December 2, 1931.
Masaaki Hatsumi is the Head or Soke of the Bujinkan Dojo.
Hatsumi teaches both Japanese and Western students in Japan and travels to the West to present training seminars called Taikai's (translated as 'big party').
www.bujinkan.co.za /H3.html   (478 words)

 Bujinkan Dojo / Budo Taijutsu / Ninja Taijutsu / Ninjutsu / Warrior Arts / New York / KIHON.com
Masaaki Hatsumi was born in December 1931 in Noda city, Chiba Prefecture, Japan.
For over fifteen years Hatsumi trained under the supervision of Takamatsu and in 1972, with the death of his teacher, Hatsumi Sensei became the heir to the last and oldest ninja tradition existing.
Hatsumi is a Nihonga (Japanese-style) painter and has had exhibitions in Noda, Ginza (Nagai Gallery), etc. During his many years of training he has also supplied martial arts guidance for numerous film, (Ninja Nights) TV (Jiraiya, Ninja-boy-Fujimaru) & theater events.
kihon.com /dojo/hatsumi.html   (1041 words)

 Bujinkan Ireland: DR MASAAKI HATSUMI
Hatsumi Sensei is the 34 grandmaster in an unbroken chain stretching back almost 1000 years, although many of the different Ryu stretch even further, and have Chinese ancestory.
Hatsumi is the 26th grandmaster of this school, said to have been founded in 1428 AD.
This year, 1999, Hatsumi Sensei has chosen to teach Kukishinden Ryu, or the 'School Handed Down From The Nine Demon Gods.' This is one of the oldest schools in the Bujinkan and is widely respected in Japan for its seminal influence on other martial arts.
indigo.ie /~skibyrne/hatsumi.htm   (641 words)

 Untitled Document
Hatsumi Yoshiaki was born December 2, 1931 in Noda, Chiba Prefecture.
Masaaki's father introduced him to the martial arts (kendo) when he was only seven years old.
This disillusioned Dr. Hatsumi, and he began to search for an art that could not be defeated so readily by mere speed and strength...
orgs.jmu.edu /bujinkanbudotaijutsu/soke.htm   (1015 words)

 Hatsumi,Masaaki Books - Signed, used, new, out-of-print
Dr. Hatsumi's topics cover the nutritional needs of a ninja, the changing physical attributes of the 'new' ninja, details on training for the novice as well as the advanced student, and the spiritual aspects of ninja training and how it applies to the modern world.
Masaaki Hatsumi is the definitive book on stick fighting by the author of Kodansha's best-selling Stick Fighting and The Way of the Ninja.
Masaaki Hatsumi introduces a whole new range of techniques, from basic to advance levels, revealing the hidden reality behind this fascination tradition, explaining not only techniques but also the spirit of...
www.alibris.com /search/books/author/Hatsumi,Masaaki   (430 words)

 Essays on Grandmaster Masaaki Hatsumi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Hatsumi Sôke’s Bujinkan Budô is put together from forms where one would put on armor and fight in the Sengoku Jidai (Warring States Period), before the occurrence of many so-called ryûha (schools) of martial arts.
While Hatsumi, in the video, was lecturing that “the thumb is very important,” I asked, “what does that mean?” Sôke said, “stick out your hand,” and the instant he took my hand, a sharp pain ran through my right thumb and without thinking, I yelled out.
Hatsumi, to receive techniques is to take a person in, to take in their whole being--in other words, if a person’s capacity for generosity and courage are not great, they will not be able to do it.’ An uke who selfishly tries to escape is not an uke.
www.geocities.com /Tokyo/Garden/5560/essays.html   (5192 words)

 Benevolent Heart Dojo NY
In this book, Masaaki Hatsumi, the most renowned Budo and Ninja grandmaster in the world, explores the venerable history of Japanese sword fighting, sharing with the reader his reflections on the hidden essence of this revered martial art.
Secrets of the Ninja Grandmaster is a collection of heart-to-heart lessons from ninja grandmaster Masaaki Hatsumi to his senior student and first American disciple, Stephen K. Hayes.
Masaaki Hatsumi discusses his personal journey through the mysteries of the ancient art of the phantom warrior.
www.bujindennyc.org /martial/materials.html   (480 words)

 Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi
Hatsumi Masaaki was born during Shôwa 6 Era, December 2, 1931 in Noda Shi Japan.
He was born as Yoshiaki Hatsumi and later changed his name to Masaaki Hatsumi (changing one's name in Japan is not an uncommon practice).
Hatsumi has since changed the name to Bujinkan Budô Taijutsu, to reflect the overall emphasis in the Budô, in comparison to Ninjutsu, content of most of the nine Ryû.
www.tacticalselfdefense.com /Bujinkan/hatsumi.htm   (805 words)

 Masaaki Hatsumi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Masaaki Hatsumi (初見良昭 Hatsumi Masaaki, born December 2, 1931) is the founder and current headteacher of Bujinkan Dojo martial arts organization.
The first foreign student of Masaaki Hatsumi was Doron Navon of Israel, who studied since 1966 for 8 years and returned to Israel in 1974 to open the first Bujinkan Dojo outside Japan.
Doron and his senior stuudents made Ninjutsu famous in Israel but only when his American student Stephen K. Hayes began appearing in martial art magazines in the late 1970s did Masaaki Hatsumi came to the attention of the western world.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Masaaki_Hatsumi   (573 words)

 Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu (ninja ninjutsu ninpo) Masaaki Hatsumi Black Belt Magazine Article 1997 US Tai Kai
Masaaki Hatsumi is one of those ninja authorities, and the martial arts community still holds him in high esteem.
Hatsumi also discussed the principles of timing, distancing and angling when using the weapon, and he stressed that the weapon should be thought of as an extension of the body.
Hatsumi should various walking techniques and explained how they can be applied in a self-defense situation.
www.winjutsu.com /bbtaikaiarticle.htm   (1390 words)

 Masaaki Hatsumi - MartialTalk.Com
Hatsumi is unreal, some of the techniques he preforms are so subtle and the timing so elite, they almost look childish in difficulty.
Hatsumi gives his belts for multiple reasons, I don't think there is a logic behind.
Then you probaby know that Hatsumi is a rich man from his stock market dealings, so he isn't that often "short of cash".
www.martialtalk.com /forum/showthread.php?t=2334   (942 words)

 Martial Arts Biography - Masaaki Hatsumi Sensei
Yoshiaki Hatsumi was born in the city of Noda, in the region of Chiba, on the 2nd of December 1931.
At the age of seven Masaaki Hatsumi received from his father the first wooden sword (bokken) and thus his first contact with the martial arts.
This fact actually made master Masaaki Hatsumi question himself regards his training method, whereby the stronger individual beating a weaker opponent has no merit or praise, the real praise would surely come from the reverse.
www.usadojo.com /biographies/masaaki-hatsumi.htm   (992 words)

 ShinkenTaijutsu - Masaaki Hatsumi - Soke   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Masaaki Hatsumi, Ph.D. Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi is a highly accomplished martial artist, doctor and healer, writer, actor, and artist.
Hatsumi, is most noted as the 34th Grandmaster of Budo Taijutsu and founder of the Bujinkan Dojo.
Hatsumi was born in Noda City, Chiba Prefecture, on December 2, 1931.
shinkentaijutsu.com /content/bujinkan.php   (578 words)

 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Masaaki Hatsumi is the founder of the Bujinkan Dojo.
Hatsumi inherited the nine schools that make up the Bujinkan from the late Toshitsugu Takamatsu Soke.
Hatsumi named his organization Bujinkan Dojo (Devine Warrior Training Hall) in honor of Takamatsu, whom he considered to be a devine warrior.
people.ucsc.edu /~eric2881/hatsumi.html   (492 words)

 Welcome to the Bujinkan Atlanta Dojo
Masaaki Hatsumi is the 34th Grandmaster in an unbroken line of the last nine living traditions of authentic ninjutsu, some of which are over 1000 years old.
Hatsumi is also an internationally know painter, whose works have been exhibited in galleries from Tokyo, Japan to Paris, France.
In the Spring of 1988, Dr. Hatsumi gave a martial arts demonstration for the FBI in Washington D.C., and was given a personal tour of Congress.
www.bujinkanatl.com /about-masaaki.html   (704 words)

 Bujinkan Dôjô Budô Taijutsu - Sôke Masaaki Hatsumi
Hatsumi Yoshiaki nació en 2 de Diciembre de 1931 en Noda (al noroeste de Tokio) Después su primer nombre cambió de Yoshiaki a Masaaki.
Masaaki Hatsumi Sensei sentía la necesidad de encontrar un sistema de lucha aplicable en todas las situaciones.
Hatsumi recibió un poema escrito para él por Takamatsu Sensei que decía.
www.bujinkandojo.com.ar /budo14.html   (1767 words)

 Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi - Artist of Life   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Masaaki Hatsumi, Ph.D. Dr. Hatsumi has written numerous books and articles on philosophy and martial arts that have been translated into many languages.
Of special interest there are several pictures of Hatsumi Masaaki's teacher, Takamatsu Toshitsugu, including a step-by-step demonstration of a jutte waza.
Notable is a historical group photo of Hatsumi Masaaki with his students and teacher Takamatsu Toshitsugu.
hatsumi.free.fr /hatsumi-biography-author-books.htm   (1164 words)

 Benevolent Heart Dojo NY
At the age of 26, Hatsumi met Takamatsu Toshitsugu in Kashiwabara City west of the Iga region in Japan.
Masaaki Hatsumi, the current soke (grandmaster), inherited the authority and title as head of these nine ancient martial schools from his late teacher Toshitsugu Takamatsu.
Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu is an amalgamation of nine warrior arts of ancient Japan as compiled by Grandmaster Masaaki Hatsumi.
www.bujinkannyc.org /martial/faq.html   (3035 words)

 Bloomington Bujinkan Dojo
The Bujinkan Martial Arts were developed by the legendary ninja and samurai of Japan, The Bujinkan continues on in the 21st Century under the guidance of Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi, thirty-fourth Grandmaster of Togakure Ryu Ninpo.
The International Bujinkan Dojo is led by Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi, who lives and trains in Noda City, Japan.
Hatsumi Sensei is recognized as one of the premiere martial artists of today and is well known throughout the world.
www.bloomingtonbujinkan.com   (270 words)

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