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• Students are permitted to wear specialist

training socks or boots (Tabi) during training.


Reigi (Dojo Etiquette) However students are not permitted to wear
trainers, sandals or shoes. For outdoor
Although the facets of Dojo Etiquette are training students are expected to supply their
numerous, the following points are perhaps the own Geta or Zori.
most important the everyday student.
• In order to be accepted into a grading, all
• All students must be able to recite and give students are expected to attend in a clean Gi
a reasonable translation for the “Junsei Ryu and Hakama (Where applicable). With either
Hoshin Jutsu Renmei Dojo Kun” the Junsei Ryu Hoshin Jutsu Mon on the
front of the Gi jacket or on the upper sleeve
• The title “Sensei” is not automatically of one arm.
attained upon the obtainment of Sho-Dan
(Black Belt), therefore one should be careful • When adjusting the position and state of
as to only address appointed instructors as ones Obi and Keikogi, the student should
Sensei. All Titles including that of Sensei are turn their back to the front of the Dojo, only
at all times to be rightly used as a Suffix. The turning back around once their clothing has
correct method of address therefore should been fully corrected.
be “Ash Sensei” or “Ash Shihan”

As a simple sign of respect all Junsei Ryu Dojo Rules


students should learn to instinctively bow on
the following occasions. • The command of the Sensei is to be
observed at all times.
• When entering or leaving the dojo building.
• There will be no smoking, chewing gum,
• When entering or leaving a dojo room. swearing or any other unseemly behaviour in
the Dojo.
• When moving on or off the matted area of any
dojo room. • No student shall join or leave the class,
whilst the session is in progress without the
• After any sensei has formally addressed you permission of the sensei in charge.
within the confines of the dojo.
• No members will abuse, misuse or
• When commanded to do so during the formal demonstrate their knowledge of Junsei Ryu
bowing in/out at the beginning and end of each Hoshin Jutsu to any person not authorised by
training session. Junsei Ryu Bujutsu Renmei to receive them.

The Way To Dress • Strangle or sleeper hold must only ever be


practiced under the strict supervision of the
sensei in charge.
• All Junsei Ryu students must train in a
standard white Gi, cleaned and ironed before
• Grading will only be held under the direction
each training session.
of the sensei with the prior approval of the
Junsei Ryu Bujutsu Renmei.
• Senior grade instructors are permitted to
wear a black Gi top.
• Any injuries carried prior to training should
be reported to the sensei in charge before
• All students must demonstrate and adhere the student begins training. Should an injury
to correct belt, Gi and Hakama tying be received during training then it must be
techniques. reported immediately the Sensei in charge
and recorded in the Dojo accident book.
• Hakama may be worn by senior instructors
of Sho-Dan grade and above with the • The Junsei Ryu Bujutsu Renmei may
permission of the Junsei Ryu Bujutsu Renmei terminate a students membership at any time
Council. should their conduct become questionable.
• On occasion students of less than Sho-Dan
grade having demonstrated particular merit
may be permitted to wear Hakama. This
decision may only be made by the Junsei
Ryu Hoshin Jutsu Council.

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can allow an individual to rationalise the chaos
of their own lifes, to the benefit of all. From clan
The Grading System: to clan the exact details of the Bushido code
could change, the following example is that used
As with the majority of Gendai Martial Art within the Junsei Ryu.
Systems, Junsei Ryu Sakura Batto Kenjutsu
utilises a variation on the Menkyo system • Shin (Truth, Sincerity, Honesty)
(Certification according to proficiency) Like the • Rei (Respect, Politeness, Gratitude)
Kyu-Dan system (Coloured belts are used to
• Gi (Morality, Righteousness, Justice)
signify the level of a students’ rank and ability).
• Chu (Loyalty, Faithfulness, Dedication)
Although there are only five formal grades within
the system. • Meiyo (Honour, Integrity, Respect)
• Yu (Courage, Bravery, Heroism)
• Jin (Benevolence, Selflessness, Humanity)
Okuiri (To Enter Into Secrecy)
Minimum 1 year training up to 2 years Basic Principles Of Combat
(White Obi)
Within The Junsei Ryu system there are eight
basic principles considered vital in order to
Shoden (Essential Transmission) master the art. Each of these principles can also
Up to 4 years total training, minimum 2 years training be represented within the Eight circles of the
post Okuiri Junsei Ryu Mon (Heraldic Device)
(Brown Obi)
• Heiho (Combative Strategy)
• Ishi (Intention, Objective)
Chuden (Second Transmission) • Aiki (Joining Spirit, Yielding Forces)
Up to 8 years total training, minimum 4 years training • Ju (Gentleness, Efficiency Of Movement)
post Shoden • Kempo (Attacking Vital Points)
(Black Obi) • Kamae (Posture)
• Shintai (Body Movements)
Okuden (Deeper Transmission) • Su Ha Rei (Bringing Life Experience Into Training)
Up to 14 years total training, minimum 6 years training
post Chuden
(Black & Red Obi) Technique Types
Kuden (Mouth To Ear Transmission) Fundemental Basics
Up to 22 years total training, minimum 8 years training
post Okuden • Tasuki-Sabaki (Tying Up Ones Sleeves)
(Red & White Obi) • Kaibougaku No Nihonto (Sword Anatomy)

Titles Like Menkyo can be awarded at differing grades


thus Shoden Menkyo would be awarded to a student Dachi To Kamae (Stance & Posture)
of Chudan grade or above, authorising them to assist The term Dachi (Stance) is most commonly
the senior instructor in teaching students of a lower used in reference to static positions especially
rank. Once a student is awarded Menkyo the individual the position of the body from the waist down;
gains the title of Sensei. whereas Kamae (Posture) refers to the fluid
posture of the entire body, as well as
encompassing one's mental composure.
Cultural Understandings • Fudo Dachi (Immovable Stance)
• Kiba Dachi (Horse Riding Stance)
Bushido (The Tenets Of A Warrior) • Kokutsu Dachi (Backward Leaning Stance)
Within The Junsei Ryu we encourage students • Nekoashi Dachi (Cats Leg Stance)
to look into the cultural and philosophical • Sanchin Dachi (Three Wars Stance)
aspects of the art they are studying. Perhaps the • Soshin Dachi (Angled Fighting Stance)
most fundemental part of this study is that of • Tsuruashi Dachi (Cranes Leg Stance)
Bushido (The Way Of The Warrior), A code of • Yoi Dachi (Formal Ready Stance)
ethics laid down by Japans Feudal Samurai. Far • Zenkutsu Dachi (Forward Fighting Stance)
from being a stringent code of conduct, Bushido

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• Happo No Kamae (Eight Directions) techniques practiced within the Junsei Ryu
Hoshin Jutsu Renmei.
• Seiza (Formal Sitting / Kneeling)
• Kiza (Half Sitting / Kneeling) • Seiza (Formal Sitting / Kneeling)
• Agura (Crossed Legs Sitting) • Hanka-Fuza (Half lotus Position)
• Shikko (Walking On Knees) • Kekka-Fuza (Full Lotus)
• Hanka-Fuza (Half lotus Position) • Hokkai-Join (Gesture Of Reality)
• Kekka-Fuza (Full Lotus) • Ibuki (Breathing Methods)
• Zanshin (Remaining Mind)
• Torii Gamae (Temple Gate Posture) • Zazen (Self Contemplative Meditation)
• Waki-No-Kamae (Side Hidden Sword • Mushin (No Mind)
Posture) • Fudoshin (Immovable Mind)
• Jodan-No-Kamae (High Guard Posture) • Shoshin (Open Mind)
• Chudan-No-Kamae (Middle Guard Posture)
• Gedan-No-Kamae (Lower Guard Posture) Tachi Sabaki (Weapon
• Hasso-No-Kamae (Shoulder Ready
Posture) A guard position where the sword Control / Sword Manipulation)
is held to the right side of the head, with the
cutting edge pointed toward the opponent.
Tachi Sabaki (Weapon Control /
• Seigan No Kamae (Eye Gouging Posture)
A combative stance similar to Chudan no Sword Manipulation)
Kamae, but with the emphasis on attacking
an opponents eyes. • Te-Nigiri (Hand Positions)
• Tenouchi (The Grip)
Shintai (Movement) • Saya Bishi (Sword In The Scabbard Hold)
• Ichi Te Nigiri (One-Hand Hold)
The term Shintai (Movement) is used to describe
• Morote Nigiri (Two-Hand Hold)
the numerous methods of advance and retreat
• Ichi Te Tsuki Nigiri (Thrusting Hold)
movements that a Jujutsuka can utilise during a
The Katana Is Held In One Fist.
combative encounter.
• Morote Tsuki Nigiri (Double Thrust Hold)
The Katana Is Held In Two Fists.
• Kuzushi (Balance Destroying)
• Teisho Tsuki Nigiri (Palm Thrust Hold)
• Maai (Fight Distancing)
The Katana Is Held In One Fist, Supported By
• Chikama (Short Distance)
The Open Palm Of The Second Hand On The
• Itto-Ma (One Step Distance) Kashira.
• Chuma (Middle Distance)
• Toma (Long Distance)
Suburi (Cutting Warm-Ups)
Ashi Sabaki (Foot Shifting)
• Kiritsuke (Cutting & Thrusting Strikes)
• Kiri-Oroshi (Downward Cut)
• Ayumi-Ashi (Crossing Step) A walking step, A downward vertical cut that usually enters the
right foot-left foot. opponents’ forehead and passes through the
• Okuri-Ashi (Sliding Step) A sliding step face into the upper chest. Alternatively the cut
leading with the right foot. may be used to split open the opponents skull.
• Okuri-Ayumi-Ashi (Sliding Walking Step) A · High Stance To Middle Stance
sliding walking step, forming small crescents · High Stance To Squatting Stance
with the feet. · High Stance To Kneeling Stance
• Irimi (Entering Movement)
• Tai Sabaki (Body Shifting) • Kesauchi (Diagonal Cut)
• Tenkai (Hip Shift To Avoid Attack) A downward diagonal cut that usually enters at
• Tenkan (Exiting Movement) the side of the neck, passing through the body
• Tenshin (Step And Pivot To Avoid Attack) and exiting from just below the opponents’
• Tsugi-Ashi (Shuffle Step) armpit.
• Ude-Furi (Spin Step)
• Kesa-Giri (Downward Diagonal Cut)
A downward diagonal cut that usually enters at
Mokusou (Meditation) the side of the neck, passing through the body
The term Mokusou (Meditation) is used to and exiting from just above the opponents’ hip.
describe the various types of meditative · High Stance To Middle Stance

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· High Stance To Squatting Stance • Shinogi Uke (Side Of Sword Block)
· High Stance To Kneeling Stance
• Yoko Uke (Deflecting Side Block)
• Kiri-Age (Upward Diagonal Cut) • Harai Uke (Diagonal Sliding Block)
An upward diagonal cut that usually enters the inner • Tsuka Uke (Handle Block)
thigh and passes through the opponents’ leg removing • Uchi Maki-Komi Uke (Inner Circular Block)
it just below the hip. Alternatively a rising diagonal cut • Uchi Uke (Inside Block / Cross Block)
into an opponents groin and out through the stomach. • Gedan Uke (Low Block)
· Kneeling Stance To High Stance • Osoto Maki-Komi Uke (Outer Circular Block)
· Squatting Stance To High Stance
• Soto Uke (Outside Block)
· Middle Stance To High Stance
• Atama Uke (Overhead Block)
• Yoko-Giri (Sideways Cut)
A sideways cut across the opponents’ stomach. Chiburi (Blood Removal Techniques)

• Kirikaeshi (Repeated Side Cuts) • Ko-Chiburi (Wiped Across The Leg)


· Middle Stance • O Chiburi (Around The Head)
· High Stance • Nagashi Chiburi (Spinning In Hand)
· Kneeling Stance • Yoko-Chiburi (To The Side Of The Body
• Tsuki Chiburi (Downward Thrust)
• Tsuki (Thrusting Cut) • Tsuba Ate Chiburi (Tsuba Strike)
· High Stance To High Stance
• Cho-Gaeshi Chiburi (Butterfly Movement)
· High Stance To Middle Stance
· High Stance To Squatting Stance
· High Stance To Kneeling Stance Noto (Sword Sheathing Techniques)

• Kesauchi (Diagonal Cut) Sword Cleaning


• Nagashi Tsuki (Drilling Cut)
• Ichi Te Tsuki (One Handed Thrusting Cut) • Choji Abura (Clove Scented Sword Oil)
• Morote Tsuki (Two Handed Thrust Cut) • Uchiko (Sword Cleaning Powder)
• Teisho Tsuki (Palm Thrust Cut) • Shira Rinzu (Plain Soft Cloth)
• Empi Tsuki (Elbow Thrust Cut)
• Tsuchi (Small Metal Hammer)

Ha Kaeshi (Whirling Strikes)


Kata (Set Forms)
• Cho-Gaeshi (Butterfly Cut) Tameshigiri Kata (Standing Cuts)
Two Or More Kiri-Age Cuts On Alternate Sides In
Quick Succession. Ayumi Tameshigiri Kata (Walking Cuts)
• Mizu-Garuma-Gaeshi (Waterwheel Cut)
Two Or More Kiri-Oroshi Cuts In Quick Succession. Junsei Dachi Kata No Daito (Static Longsword
• Kazu-Garuma-Gaeshi (Windmill Cut) Stances)
In Front Or Overhead Circular Rotation.
Junsei Dachi Kata No Shoto (Static Shortsword
Stances)
Ate Waza (Striking Methods)
Junsei Sakura Batto Ho No Daito (Slow Cherry
Blossom Combative Cutting Longsword)
• Tsuka Ate (Handle Strike)
• Saya Ate (Scabbard Strike) Junsei Sakura Batto Ho No Shoto (Slow Cherry
• Kojiri Ate (Tip Of Scabbard Strike) Blossom Combative Cutting Shortsword)
• Koiguchi Ate (Mouth Of Scabbard Strike)
Junsei Sakura Batto No Daito (Cherry Blossom
Combative Cutting Longsword)
Uke Waza (Blocking Methods)
Junsei Sakura Batto No Shoto (Cherry Blossom
Combative Cutting Shortsword)
• Mune Uke (Back Of Sword Block)
• Tsuka Uke (Handle Block)
• Saya Uke (Saya Block)

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