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    Not this **** again. Why is training on hard ground better or "more real" than mats again?

    We all agree that Hayes is crap. And we're more than happy to laugh at the Booj. But what makes your system better than them?

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    And I'm still not clear, is the school claiming a Koryu art? The wording seemed a bit vague to me.
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    http://fugadojo.orgfree.com/pg001.html

    This was the only web site I was able to find on the dojo.
    Apparently Tanemura Sensei calls himself "the law of the sword."

    The web site does claim that he has at least two Menkyo Kaiden, one in Shiden Fudo Ryu, and one in Kukishin Ryu, before opening a Genbukan school...
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    They're Genbukan ninjas. Those are a couple of the schools supposedly incorporated into that system.

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    Being former Genbukan myself Tanemura is legit in that he has received menkyo kaiden and even appointed soke by very creditable MArtist such as Sato Kinbei. He was also a student of Hatsumi but that is rarely mentioned now. He has an old fashion (often over romantized veiw) on martial veiws. He is very secretive in his teaching, even on things that are common knowledge in other arts. At one Tai Kai in Europe he made everyone who was filming to turn off the cameras while he should some Baguazhang material. There was nothing secret of critical about it and it wasn't bad so it always baffled me why he didn't want it filmed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by edward ross View Post
    put away the history study the system....before you dismiss it.
    Many people on Bullshido have studied some Takamatsuden system or another and even earned high rank in them.

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    To Mr. Judicata.
    The differences between Bujinkan and Genbukan, in my opinion is the approach to training. Bujinkan is where I was introduced to ninpo. Im not taking anything away from the Bujinkan as there are many skilled artists in that particular school.
    It seemed to me that rank was just given away rather than earned to keep people enrolled and to keep the school growing. Also in my experience the training in the Bujinkan is not nearly as structured as in Genbukan. We have a set training protocol that we follow very closely and you will learn the same way in every dojo. The techniques are perfect before moving on to the next kyu level.
    You will perform the techniques at least 1000 times before testing. It takes a long time to get good in this art, thus it becomes a way of life if a student wants to truly advance to black belt. I hope this helps. Good luck in your training.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lobohall View Post
    I would like to add that Judo and BJJ were developed from our art and we have elements of both in our school.
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    Can you explain this a little further please?

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    To cdnronin,
    It's kind of a long story really. All the Japanese Martial arts are quite intermingled from my experience. Here are a couple of websites that give some history on the origins of Judo and BJJ.

    http://judoinfo.com/jhist4.htm

    http://www.shenwu.com/bjjHistory.html

    Have a good day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lobohall View Post
    To cdnronin,
    It's kind of a long story really. All the Japanese Martial arts are quite intermingled from my experience. Here are a couple of websites that give some history on the origins of Judo and BJJ.

    http://judoinfo.com/jhist4.htm

    http://www.shenwu.com/bjjHistory.html

    Have a good day.
    I don't see where the links you have provided show how judo and BJJ were developed from your art. I have time for a long story. Or a condensed version.

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