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Ninjutsu

Ninjutsu literally means the art of endurance or the art of never giving up. Nin “忍” alone has several meanings such as loneliness, human, being one, etc.

Ninjutsu is a very old martial art (around 1500 years old) that was developed in the mountains of Japan in order to survive and live in peace. Of course, there are no exact documents from the so-called shadow warriors about how exactly this art developed. The term ninja came later than ninjutsu itself, the masters of this martial art lived disguised as normal farmers, which is why they did not call themselves ninja.

Of course, many of today's martial arts and combat sports are influenced by Ninjutsu techniques and schools.

Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu

Bujinkan means temple of the divine warrior, Budo Taijutsu is synonymous with the art of the body . Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu was founded by Masaaki Hatsumi and includes 9 schools of martial arts, for which he holds the title Soke.

Through Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu you first learn how to move your body naturally, then how to use different techniques against different attacks that were previously tried out in real combat or war and were accordingly successful. These techniques, which are still practiced today and can be used for different weapons, were written down on so-called denshos (scrolls), which have been preserved to this day. Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu teaches us how to handle different weapons or how to use them as part of your body. In Bujinkan there are a variety of weapons, for example tanto (knife), shuriken (throwing weapon), katana (sword) or yari (spear).

Through Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu, after a certain amount of time, you will be able to adapt to any situation, defend yourself and, among other things, lead a happy life.

Ninjas were true masters of martial arts, healing, hiding and disguise. Therefore, Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu is the way to understand the art of the shadow warriors and to find peace with yourself and bring it into our time.

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Takamatsu Toshitsugu (1889-1972)

Takamatsu Toshitsugu was the last ninja and master of ninjutsu, who had to use his skills on several occasions in a life-or-death situation, including serving as a ninja during World War II. He was the Soke (in English "master") of many samurai and ninjutsu schools that still exist today.

After 15 years of tough training, he awarded Masaaki Hatsumi the title of Soke from 3 Ninjutsu and 6 Samurai schools.

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Masaaki Hatsumi

Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi is the founder of Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu , he still teaches the secret art of Ninjutsu in Japan. The diversity of his students ranges from ordinary people from all over the world to secret service agents and soldiers.

He has numerous master degrees in judo, kendo, karate and western boxing. As an artist, he is not only enthusiastic about martial arts, but is also a successful painter, author, actor, musician, singer and osteopath.

For his services to Bujinkan, he has received awards from politicians and spiritual leaders in various countries, including as a representative of peace from Pope John Paul II.

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Trainer

Enis UGUR
Enis Ugur

Seit meiner Kindheit bin ich von Ninjas beeindruckt und wollte ihre Kunst ausüben. Im Jahr 2005 lernte ich Dai-Shihan Ercan Sarbat kennen und war von Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu auf Anhieb begeistert. Die ersten Jahre stand uns noch kein eigenes Dojo (Trainingsplatz) zur Verfügung, trotzdem trafen wir uns 4 bis 5 mal pro Woche zum Trainieren. Von 2009 bis 2012 trainierte ich in Wien mit Arnold Nageler, seit 2012 habe ich mein eigenes Dojo in Graz, wo ich regelmäßig unterrichte.

Am Anfang ging es mir darum, mich selbst zu verteidigen und die Kunst der Ninja zu erlernen, danach ist es Lebenseinstellung und -ziel geworden. Ich trainiere und unterrichte traditionell und biete auch Selbstverteidigungskurse an. Ich habe viele In- und  Auslandsseminare, sowie auch das Ursprungsland Japan besucht, und bei einem Japanbesuch, habe ich den Sakki-Test (sechster Sinn Test) bestanden. Ich unterrichte weiterhin als Shidoshi in meinem eigenen Dojo. 

Außer Bujinkan betreibe ich unterschiedliche Sportarten, wie snowboarden, skifahren, wakeboarden, inlineskating, eislaufen, reiten, tauchen, segeln, parkour und bin auch ein leidenschaftlicher Tänzer.

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George

I first heard about ninjas when I was about 9 years old. I was fascinated by these mysterious warriors and their skills. What fascinates me most is the way they exude inner calm and balance in the face of danger. I have been training Bujinkan since about 2011 and feel honored to be able to teach children's training together with Enis and to incorporate my job as a child care worker into the training.

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Roland

I first came into contact with Asian martial arts in 1985 when I was invited to Judo training by school friends. I remained involved in Judo for more than 26 years. During this time I took part in many national and international competitions and was awarded the 2nd Dan.

A professional stay in Tyrol brought me into contact with Bujinkan in 2016. Fascinated by the versatility of Bujinkan, keeping my body and mind fit even in old age and the exchange of experiences with the other dojos, I was motivated to learn more about the nine Ryû. With the Bujinkan Dojo in Graz I found an opportunity to do this.

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Mario

I started training Judo, Ju-Jutsu and Karate in 2016 and have been fascinated by this art ever since. Bujinkan was added in 2018 and I was excited from the start about how movements and techniques can be interpreted. For me, martial arts are also a way to find myself and what defines me as a person.
As a trainer for children's training and sometimes for adults, I try to pass on these values to my students.

Shidoshi certificate from Japan

Shidoshi Certificate Enis UGUR

8th Dan certificate from Japan

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Kontakt

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Bujinkan Dojo Graz

Phone: +43 699 195 621 86

Email: bujinkangraz@gmail.com

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