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Japanese martial arts

Japanese martial arts

  • Kenpō
    Kenpō (拳法) is the name of several Japanese martial arts.
  • Jigen-ryū
    Jigen-ryū (示現流 lit: revealed reality) is a traditional school (koryū) of Japanese martial arts founded in the late 16th century by Tōgō Chūi (1561-1643), a.
  • Yagyū Shingan-ryū
    Yagyū Shingan-ryū (柳生心眼流), is a traditional school (koryū) of Japanese martial arts.
  • Kashima Shintō-ryū
    Kashima Shintō-ryū (鹿島新当流) is a traditional (koryū) school of Japanese martial arts founded by Tsukahara Bokuden in the Muromachi period (c.1530).
  • Kashima Shinden Jikishinkage-ryū
    Kashima Shinden Jikishinkage-ryū (鹿島神傳直心影流), often referred to simply as Jikishinkage-ryū or Kashima Shinden, is a traditional school (koryū) of the Japanese martial art of swordsmanship (kenjutsu).
  • Ninjutsu
    Ninjutsu (忍術), sometimes used interchangeably with the modern term ninpō (忍法), is the strategy and tactics of unconventional warfare, guerrilla warfare and espionage purportedly practiced by the shinobi (commonly known outside Japan as ninja).
  • Bokken
    A bokken (木剣, bok(u), "wood", and ken, "sword") (or a bokutō 木刀, as they are instead called in Japan) is a Japanese wooden sword used for training.
  • Dan (rank)
    The dan (段) ranking system is used by many Japanese organizations (and Korean martial arts) to indicate the level of one's ability (expertise) within a certain subject matter.
  • Sōjutsu
    Sōjutsu (槍術), meaning "art of the spear", is the Japanese martial art of fighting with a Japanese spear (槍 yari).
  • Budō
    Budō (武道) is a Japanese term describing modern Japanese martial arts.
  • Bōjutsu
    Bōjutsu (棒術), translated from Japanese as "staff technique", is the martial art of using a staff weapon called bō which simply means "staff".
  • Yagyū Shinkage-ryū
    Yagyū Shinkage-ryū (柳生新陰流) is one of the oldest Japanese schools of swordsmanship (kenjutsu).
  • Jōdō
    Jōdō (杖道:じょうどう), meaning "the way of the jō", or jōjutsu (杖術:じょうじゅつ) is a Japanese martial art using a short staff called jō.
  • Kumite
    Kumite (組手) literally translated means "grappling hands" and is one of the three main sections of karate training, along with kata and kihon.
  • Koryū
    Koryū (古流 old style) and kobudō (古武道 ancient martial arts) are Japanese terms that are used to describe Japanese martial arts that predate the Meiji restoration (1868).
  • Jūkendō
    Jūkendō (銃剣道) is the Japanese martial art of bayonet fighting, and has been likened to kendo (but with bayonets instead of swords).
  • Kashima Shin-ryū
    Kashima Shinryū (鹿島神流) is a Japanese koryū martial art whose foundation dates back to the early 16th century.
  • Hōjutsu
    Hōjutsu (砲術), the art of gunnery, is the martial art of Japan dedicated to firearms usage.
  • Japanese martial arts
    Japanese martial arts refer to the variety of martial arts native to the country of Japan.