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Jiu jitsu



護身 術


E-zine for Japanese Traditional Martial Arts and Culture


Nummer 11 – Number 11 ___________________________________________________

Kumamoto Enmei ryu Tetsujin Nito ryu Niten Ichi ryu Nito ryu

Jiu jutsu Zelfverdediging

11 July 2012 Uitgever - Publisher: Nederlandse academie voor traditionele krijgskunsten & Shin tai ryu. Dutch Academy for Traditional Martial Arts & Shin tai ryu. Redactie – Editor: drs. Mark W.J.M. Sterke, Ph.D., 9e dan ISSN 2211-2588 Jiu jutsu Zelfverdediging is een electronisch blad dat publiceert over de Japanse traditionele krijgskunsten en cultuur. Jujutsu Self-defence is an electronic magazine which introduces the Japanese traditional martial arts and culture. © 2012, Tilburg, The Netherlands, Mark W.J.M. Sterke. All rights reserved. Opmerking – Note: Jiu jutsu Zelfverdediging is het boek Historical Martial Places of Japan in artikelen, vanaf deel 6. Jujutsu Self-defence is ‘Historical Martial Places of Japan’ in articles, from part 6 on.

This article is a part of a future photobook written by Mark Sterke. This book will be complete published in 2014. All materials belongs to the collection of Shin tai ryu and/or the author and the sources are specified.

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E-zine for Japanese Traditional Martial Arts and Culture In this preview several pages are missing (complete 56 pages).

A tsukubai (Himitsu take niwa, Tilburg, The Netherlands), a hidden relation to Dokkodo from Miyamoto Musashi. Cover: Painting from maki-mono from the Tetsujin Nito ryu (collection author).

Kumamoto Enmei ryu, Tetsujin Nito ryu, Niten Ichi ryu (Miyamoto Musashi), and Nito ryu

Kumamoto castle was build by Kato Kiyomasa in the early 17th century. The famous sword-god (Kengo) Miyamoto Musashi, the founder of Niten Ichi ryu, Musashi ryu and Niten Ichi ryu (Kenjutsu) lived his last years of his life at Higo Kumamoto (Kumamoto-ken).

The weapons of Musashi are displayed at the Unganzenji temple.

Miyamoto Musashi Fujiwara no Harunobu (1584?-1645) Miyamoto Musashi is undoubtful the best known swordsman of Japan. The story written by Eiji Yoshikawa is fictional but very nice. In reality lots of the live-history of Musashi is not known. He was born in 1582 or 1584 at Mimasaka but also possible is at Harima. Already in his youth he was practicing with the bokuto (wooden sword) and probably learned a lot of his (foster) grandfather but he was also an autodidact and probably left-handed. His first dual was against Arima Kihei (Shinto ryu). At his 17th he fought in the battle of Sekigahara. After that when he was around his 21st he went to Kyoto to have many duels and one famous was against the Yoshioka ryu. At 1611 he defeated a famous swordsman of the Chujo ryu, Sasaki Kojiro from Iwakuni. He was at that time 29. Between his 13th and 29th he fought about 60 duels and won all! In the era between his 29th and 57th years of age we do not know anything about his life. When he was 57 he got work at Kumamoto by lord Hosokawa Tadatoshi. At that time (1641) he wrote his first work: Heiho Sanjugo-kajo (Strategy in thirty-five article; see text in this book). Three years later, at his 60th, he probably wrote (this is not sure) Gorin no sho (The Book of the Five Rings) at the Reigando cave. It was 1644. The original document does not exists anymore, there are only copies left. In many languages there are translations of this famous classic. At his 62nd year of his life he wrote Dokkodo (The Path of Aloneness), it was 1645 and soon after he died. There are some mysterious works of which is said that Musashi wrote: Heidokyo, Jitchi no Den and Goho no Tachi Michisho. But this is not sure. Musashi himself had over the last years only a small number of students in Kenjutsu and during his many duels he made the famous five Two Sword techniques (Nitojutsu) of which nowadays are five techniques in three surviving traditions: Todaha Niten Ichi ryu, Hyoho Niten Ichi ryu and Heiho Niten Ichi ryu (see Japanese text in this book). 4


The five scrolls of Gorin no sho, The Book of the Five Rings.

The complete text of Dokkodo written by Musashi in 1645, the year he died. This plate is at Musashizuka park at Kumamoto.


These plates are also at Musashizuka park. These are the five stances (kamae) with the names of the five Nitojutsu techniques of the Niten Ichi ryu traditions (in this book all techniques are on photographs). Below is the original curriculum of the Niten Ichi ryu including Tachi waza, Kodachi waza, Nito waza and others. Next page: Musashi kills a giant nue.



Page 20 & 21: Japanese information on the history of the mentioned Nito ryu schools. Page 22: Enmei ryu Ken lineage. Page 20-22 are from the most important study on Miyamoto Musashi (see below):

Page 23: Enmei ryu & Niten Ichi ryu lineage (Nihon no Budo encyclopedia, Kodansha). Page 24-26: Japanese information on Hyoho-, Heiho- and Nodaha Niten Ichi ryu (Nihon Kobudo Soran). Current 11th generation headmaster (soke) of the Hyoho-style is Iwami Toshio at Kokura. 9




Page 35-37: Hyoho/Heiho Niten Ichi ryu Kenjutsu (Nitojutsu). From Nihon no Kenjutsu, 2006, Gakken) Page 38: All kodachi techniques from the Niten Ichi ryu. Below: A plate with all articles of Dokkodo.

Next pages 40-42 shows the complete text of Heiho Sanjugo-kajo (Strategy in thirty-five article) written by Miyamoto Musashi in 1641.

European Kobudo Association 欧州古武道協会 The purpose of the European Kobudo Association is to exchange information, experiences, practicing and demonstrating classical Japanese martial arts (koryu kobudo & shin kobudo), and old European Bujutsu traditions, on a free, voluntary, and friendly basis.

Dutch Academy of Traditional Martial Arts 和蘭陀武術学会 The Dutch Academy of Traditional Martial Arts (NAvTK) or the Oranda Bujutsu Gakkai is an independent training institute for Japanese martial arts like Jujutsu, Kenjutsu, Jojutsu, Nitojutsu, Hanbojutsu and others of different martial arts schools. 13


Page 46: A book on the Niten Ichi ryu, a branch in the 17th generation Nitojutsu. Above: the author and Max Vromans (5th dan Jujutsu, Bugujutsu and Iaijutsu) made an extensive study of Nitojutsu. Below: Book with original scroll of Tatsujin Nito ryu.


Shomen uchi



Shin tai ryu Tai jutsu Riki Bu Dojo Himitsu Take Niwa 心泰流 泰術 力武道場 秘密竹庭 Kuden, Taiso, Zazen, Chi-, Mizu-, Hi-, Fu-, Ku-, Jo-, Ken-, Hanbo- en Tasubuki no Kata, Kodo, 口伝 体操 座禅 地之形 水之形 火之形 風之形 空之形 杖之形 剣之形 半棒之形 多数武 器之形 古道 Jiu jutsu, Jo jutsu, Ken jutsu, Iai jutsu, Hanbojutsu, Tanbo jutsu, Tanto jutsu, Hojo jutsu, Shuriken jutsu, Katsuho, Sosetsukon jutsu, Tessen jutsu,Jitte jutsu, Riai jo jutsu, Atemi jutsu, Kyu jutsu, Yari jutsu en Hi jutsu. 柔術 杖術 剣術 居合術 半棒術 短棒術 短刀術 捕縄術 手裏剣術 活法 双節棍術 鉄扇術 十手術 理合杖術 当身術 弓術 矛術 秘術

The six generation headmasters of the Shin tai ryu: Maurice van Nieuwenhuizen, Cor van Unen, Jo Horsten 法 竜子伝 貞, Rinus de Leeuw, Mark Sterke 素手礼九 丸空 (ステルケ マルク) 道泰軒 en Corné van de Sanden 砂武殿 硬 留寧 道守軒.

Shin tai ryu graduations: 14 Soke. 13 Mokuroku Kuden Judan Tài jutsu (Jiu jutsu & Bugu jutsu) Honshihan Grandmaster Kengo: Do . Ken. 12 Mokuroku Okuden Kudan Tài jutsu (Jiu jutsu & Bugu jutsu) Grandmaster GML. Inkoku. 11 Mokuroku Chudan Hachidan indien: Jiu jutsu & Bugu jutsu Mokuroku Chudan Hachidan Tài jutsu, dan: Shihan ml. Gokui Kaiden. 10 Mokuroku Shichidan (Jiu jutsu or Bugu jutsu). 9 Mokuroku Rokudan (Jiu jutsu or Bugu jutsu). 8 Mokuroku Godan (Jiu jutsu or Bugu jutsu). 7 Mokuroku Yondan (Jiu jutsu or Bugu jutsu). 6 Mokuroku Shoden Sandan (Jiu jutsu or Bugu jutsu) (zwarte band) m. Indien: Jiu jutsu & Bugu jutsu Mokuroku Shoden Sandan Tài jutsu, dan: Fukushihan aml. Menkyo. 5 Mokuroku Shoden Nidan (Jiu jutsu or Bugu jutsu) Fukushi (rode band). 4 Mokuroku Shoden Shodan (Jiu jutsu or Bugu jutsu). 3-1: no mokuroku (sankyu, nikyu, ikkyu-grades). 心泰流位:14 宗家 13 目録 口伝 十段 泰術(柔術&武具術)本師範 大師 軒号:道 。 軒 12 目録 奥伝 九段 泰術 (柔術&武具術)大師 GML 印可 1 1目録 中伝 八段 if:柔術&武具術 目録 中伝 八段 泰術 dan: 師範 ml極意皆 伝 10 目録 七段(柔術 or 武具術)9 目録 六段(柔術 of 武具術)8 目録 五段(柔術 of 武具 術)7 目録 四段(柔術 or 武具術)6 目録 初伝 参段 (柔術 of 武具術)if: 柔術 & 武具術 目録 初伝 参段 泰術 dan: 副師範 aml 免 許 5 目録 初伝 弐段 (柔術 of 武具術)副師 4 目録 初伝 初段(柔術 or 武 具術)3 - 1 no mokuroku (三級、二級、一級). 18

Literature & illustrations: All sources in this article belongs to the collection of the author. In 2014 there will be a complete literature list.

© Copyright 2012 by Mark W.J.M. Sterke, Tilburg, The Netherlands. Published by Shin tai ryu-ha Foundation. ISBN 978-1-4466-5114-8 Kumamoto. ISBN of the book: ‘Historical Martial Places of Japan’ will be ISBN 9789071735455. ISSN 2211-2588

All rights reserved. This is the first draft of one of the chapers of Historical Martial Places of Japan by Mark W.J.M. Sterke. There will be changes of this article. The author, and publisher accept no liability whatsoever for any injury to person or damage to property resulting from application or adoption of any of the procedures, tactics, or considerations presented or implied in this book.

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