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  Taijutsu
Taijutsu techniques are the body and hand to hand skills of the ninja.
When the clan member and canine familiar are spinning at such high speeds they are unable to see where they are going, but by using their nose they are able to locate their target with little trouble.
Gamadosuzan is a taijutsu technique used by the toad boss summon Gamabunta.
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  Taijutsu
Taijutsu is a martial art which may include strikes, kicks, joint locks, throws and many of the techniques found in the above mentioned (Aikido, Judo, Karate, etc), it depends on the particular ryuha.
Taijutsu is commonly associated with the schools that supposedly teach Ninjutsu, although there are many ryuha with no relation to Ninjutsu that have Taijutsu in their curriculum.
Taijutsu was used by Bushi/Samurai, some Ninja also used their own version of Taijutsu.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/ta/Taijutsu.html   (226 words)

  
 Budo Taijutsu
Budo Taijutsu does not refer to a specific style, but more to a group of arts, each with a different point of view expressed by the different school.
Budo Taijutsu requires that it's practitioners be open to any situation and to be able to adapt their technique to ensure survival.
A Budo Taijutsu practitioner will always keep an open mind and an open heart not only inside of the dojo, but in their everyday life as well.
www.usadojo.com /styles/about-budo-taijutsu.htm   (456 words)

  
 Bujinkan Sweden --- Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu - Traditionell japansk budo
Bujinkan Sweden --- Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu - Traditionell japansk budo
Taijutsu lär du dig känna din kropp och din egen förmåga. Taijutsu betyder för övrigt kroppslig förmåga. Karaktäristiskt för Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu är att alla får lika mycket ut av träningen oavsett om man är stor eller liten, gammal eller ung, tjej eller kille.
Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu även tidigare känt som Ninpo Taijutsu, bygger på nio traditionella japanska kampformer, vilka har tränats och använts av samurajer och andra krigare i de otaliga inbördeskrig som härjade medeltidens Japan.
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 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Budo Taijutsu is simply the physical system of combat based upon several martial lineages, all of which are in some way historically associated with Ninjutsu.
Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu is a system developed from the linking of 9 martial ryu (schools), and is related to Ninjutsu through each of the schools separate histories, which at times overlap and interact through certain Grandmasters.
When you come to realize that taijutsu is not just a physical repertoire of movements you collect or only display while training, you come to realize the way in which training cant be separated from the “real world” and how it affects your conception of the “real world”.
orgs.jmu.edu /bujinkanbudotaijutsu/faq.htm   (7023 words)

  
 Washington DC Bujinkan Dojo - Frequently Asked Questions
Since Budo Taijutsu is a combat art, not a sport, we do not compete, or do much of what most people think of as "sparring." Training in this art may certainly help to develop strength, speed, and endurance, as well as flexibility, balance, and other qualities.
Also, because the techniques of Budo Taijutsu evolved from real combat, they are often designed to injure and potentially kill attackers, and could not safely be applied in a competitive environment.
Training in Budo Taijutsu is often physically strenuous, and may involve taking falls, getting hit, and having joint locks and reversals applied to various parts of the body.
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 Martial Arts Planet - Taijutsu???
And when it comes to taijutsu I think that terms of dakentaijutsu and jutaijutsu are of recent date because other referals inmartial arts just mention dakenjutsu and jujutsu (just to be incorporated into taijutsu classification).In my oppinion those are separate jutsu not necessarily depending on taijutsu.
Taijutsu is a just a generic term to refer to the unarmed combats of a school.
Taijutsu is not a "art" but a description.
www.martialartsplanet.com /forums/showthread.php?t=23072   (208 words)

  
 Budo Taijutsu
Budo Taijutsu, is more suited to today's lifestyle, where there are no rules, no time-keepers, judges, referees, no weight divisions, etc. It involves getting home safely.
Taijutsu uses relaxed natural movement and distance to overcome an opponent's speed and strength.
Budo Taijutsu is a complete martial art, and as such, incorporates strikes, punches, kicks, throws, locks, tumbling, weaponry, stealth, meditation, spiritual empowerment, and a literally unlimited universe of henka (variations).
www.n-i-n.com /Budo_Taijutsu.html   (489 words)

  
 FightingArts.com Forums: Taijutsu
Taijutsu is the term for ninja unarmed defense.
taijutsu (other than ninpo) is usually used to refer to the delivery system...the movement system of the various arts...seperate from the striking, locking, throwing etc portions.
for examply aikido taijutsu is based on kenjutsu taijutsu, they are very simelar...in other words in aikido they step and move their body like a swordsman.
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 Taijutsu at University of Richmond   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The unarmed methods are collectively referred to as 'Taijutsu', which literally means 'body art'.
Taijutsu is composed of several sub-arts, broken down into three main areas of study:
The students are not expected to memorize the movements of each technique, but rather to work on internalizing the principles embodied by the techniques: First, the techniques are initially practiced with the consciousness directed towards understanding the purpose and practical application of the physical movements.
oncampus.richmond.edu /~dweade/taijutsu/training.html   (543 words)

  
 Gator Taijutsu Club -- About Our Organization   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bujinkan budo taijutsu is a Japanese self-defense style formed by the combination of 9 schools, the earliest of which is about a thousand years old.
Taijutsu covers all aspects of combat, including punches, strikes, kicks, grabbing, grappling, throwing, sweeping, muscle strikes, nerve strikes, bone strikes, joint locks, chokes, falling, rolling, and weapon work.
There are a number of principles used in taijutsu.
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 AikiWeb Aikido Forums - aikido and bujinkan taijutsu
I have the opportunity to study Bujinkan style taijutsu in addition to my aikido, and I was wondering if it would be synergistic for me in my training.
I know that certain arts like Iaido are recognized to complement aikido well, and I was thinking that Bujinkan Taijutsu also stresses whole body motions and body mechanics (altho the flavors are different a lot of the techniques seem to share similar flows).
Of the nine ryu that comprise Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu, I think you will see the most similarity to aikido in some of the Togakure ryu, Shinden Fudo ryu, and some of the armoured schools (these have a definite Daito ryu feel at times).
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Although the techniques involved in Budo Taijutsu number in the thousands, students are not expected to memorize the movements of each technique.
So the basic core was Taijutsu, and after they had mastered Taijutsu they learned to employ the special weapons of their style or system.
The art of taijutsu emphasizes the use of the whole body as a unit to provide power within the techniques.
orgs.jmu.edu /bujinkanbudotaijutsu/bujinkan.htm   (1150 words)

  
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Budo Taijutsu does not refer to a specific style, but more to a group of arts, each with a different point of view expressed by the different school.
The main principles of Budo Taijutsu are: posture, distance, rhythm and flow.
They are taught to use the entire body (Taijutsu) for every movement/technique, to provide the most power and leverage.
www.kotekidojo.citymax.com /budo.html   (261 words)

  
 AikiWeb Aikido Forums - Budo Taijutsu/Ninjutsu
I want to study Aikido but the nearest dojo is 45-50 miles away and the the Taijutsu dojo is less that one mile.
aikido or taijutsu, if you just don't groove with the atmosphere you won't enjoy it (i guess that would apply to any art- budo or basketweaving).
Bujinkan Taijutsu is the ninjitsu school headed by the quite famous Masaaki Hatsume - probably the most common school and it carries a good reputation.
www.aikiweb.com /forums/printthread.php?t=8348   (496 words)

  
 What Is Budo Taijutsu
udo Taijutsu roughly translated as 'warrior skill with the body', forms the basis for all understanding in the fighting arts of Spirit Warriors Dojos.
Budo Taijutsu is made up of methods for striking and grappling in unarmed fighting, ‘rolling’ and ‘breakfalls’, leaping and climbing, conditioning the body and maintaining health, as well as special ways of walking and running.
As a fighting system, Taijutsu relies on natural body strength and resiliency, intuitive response, foot work, and the understanding of the principles, construction, and efficient employment of body dynamics.
www.spiritwarriors.com /What_Is_Budo_Taijutsu.htm   (224 words)

  
 Bujinkan Brussels - Numaya Dojo - Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu
Budo Taijutsu is a genuine martial art, the art to adapt to situation and context in perpetual evolution.
Practicing Budo Taijutsu allows to truely discover oneself, to be understanding and tolerant, to "discover" the essence of true and natural movements.
Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu is based on Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi's inheritance of nine ancient schools of martial arts: Togakure-ryû, Koto-ryû, Gyokko-ryû, Takagi Yoshin-ryû, Fudo Shinden-ryû, Kukishin-ryû, Kumogakure-ryû, Gyokushin-ryû, and Gikan-ryû.
www.bujinkan-brussel.be /index.php?option=com_content&task=blogsection&id=5&Itemid=36   (374 words)

  
 E-Budo.com - what is taijutsu ?
As I am not Japanese, and when generally speaking of taijutsu I am refering to the technical side of movement during the deliverence of a physical technique in a conflict.
Taijutsu, as a term all by itself is too generic.
Taijutsu is a generic name for mixed martial arts seeking a legacy somewhere, anywhere, anywhere at all...somewhere, anywhere, hello, hellooooooo.......
www.e-budo.com /forum/showthread.php?t=25722   (1392 words)

  
 St. Louis Bujinkan Dojo
Though famous for simply being a ninjutsu school, Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu is the collection of nine distinct ryuha (traditional schools of martial arts) of which Masaaki Hatsumi is the soke (lineal head).
To study Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu is to study the similarities and differences of these nine arts of combat, not just its ninjutsu side.
We are not considered a "soft style" or a "hard style" Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu is a system of flowing from one moment to the next using all of ones surroundings as a weapon.
stlbujinkan.com   (373 words)

  
 Taijutsu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
" The Japanese term "Taijutsu" is synonymous with the Art of the Ninja.
Taijutsu translates as "The Way or Art of the Body." It ususally is associated with the Ancient Japanese Empty Hand Techniques practiced by the Ninja and a few other Ancient Martial Ryuha or lineages.
Taijutsu techniques may include strikes, kicks, joint locks, throws such as those found in martial arts like jujutsu, judo and karate, etc. While most of its aspects appear external, the student will find many internal aspects as well.
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 Bujinkan Atlanta Dojo - Precision is a Fundamental of Taijutsu
If proper taijutsu is not in your body you can't expect it to come out when your mind and awareness are too busy think about proper taijutsu.
I offer to you that the fundamentals of taijutsu are critical to find, know, understand and integrate into your movement if you don’t want to have to think while you are in combat.
Through your work and achievement in the physical principles of taijutsu you will be able to let go of that focus so you can focus on the rhythm and energy of the encounter rather than the mechanics.
www.bujinkanatl.com /articles/fundamental.html   (1093 words)

  
 JudoForum.com > What way of using taijutsu is right?
Taijutsu was used for old Jūjutsu schools and Ninpō schools.
Once "modern Taijutsu" is mainly found in present day Ninjutsu schools, its quite hard for me to give an exact answer because I do not know Ninjutsu guidelines.
Also taijutsu is more useful when studying self defense, but there have been a couple of guys who were taijutsu/ninjutsu guys who got into mma competition.
www.judoinfo.com /discuss/lofiversion/index.php/t11934.html   (1012 words)

  
 Bujinkan Tonbo Budo Taijutsu - History
Another meaning is that the heart (or will) will be channeled in ways to give it the effectiveness of the blade as a tool for accomplishment.
As some styles are locked into practicing techniques designed to be effective against now defunct weapons and strategies, Budo Taijutsu teaches the practitioner how to deal with the dangers of an ever-changing modern society.
Budo Taijutsu is effective whether you're fighting unarmed, with a traditional weapon, or a modern weapon.
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 Ten Jin Do Martial Arts Association | The Best in Modern Self-protection Training
Ten Jin Do Taijutsu (Heavens spirit path, body arts) is a newly recoginized system of martial arts Founded in 1999 by Master Rodney Thomas.
Ten Jin Do Taijutsu is not a sport, it is the latest in modern self-protection training, and the most comprehensive martial arts system in the world.
Budo Taijutsu uses natural body movements, and proper leverage in order to defeat an oppenent.
www.freewebs.com /tenjindo/tenjindotaijutsu.htm   (319 words)

  
 anybody pissed that Naruto has no taijutsu skills? - Naruto Forums   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Not really, his Taijutsu was pretty bad since Sasuke was able to save energy and litterally beat the crap out of him in his Kyubi mode.
His new taijutsu style seems to be a blend of kage bunshins and perfect usage of his clones...
Well that's half taijutsu and half ninjutsu, since part of it was his timing in creating a Kage Bunshin (ninjutsu) to block her attack and then he repelled her with his own punch, which she blocked, although she seemed to come off worse in the exchange.
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 Ame Bushi
Taijutsu can be translated as 'Body Movement' and forms the basis of movement for any martial style.
Budo Taijutsu is the modern incarnation of Ninjutsu (yes ninja) as passed down and modernized by the Grandmaster Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi in Japan.
This tradition dates back to the early 1100's and is an ideal art for defense as it needs neither strength nor speed, but rather a culmination of mind, body and spirit into one's own natural body movement to overcome an opponent.
www.amebushi.com   (292 words)

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