Katsujinken

Tenshin Shôden Katori Shintô Ryū is the oldest extant Japanese martial art. The techniques are traditionally trained in the form of kata-bujutsu.

In the Katsujinken-dojo we train: Kenjutsu (swordfighting), Iaijutsu (sword drawing), Bôjutsu (staff), Naginatajutsu (glaive), Ryôtô (two swords), Kodachi (short sword) en Yari (spear).

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In 2016 there will be no training on:
Friday November 11, December 2
Sunday November 6, November 13, December 4, December 25 (Christmas)

In the first half of 2017 we will not train on:
Friday April 14 (Good Friday), May 5 (Liberation Day), May 19, June 16
Sunday Januari 1 (New Year), April 16 (Easter), April 30, May 21, June 4 (Pentecost), June 18.

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In 2016 there will be no training on: Friday November 11, December 2 Sunday November 6, November 13, December 4, December 25 (Christmas) In the first half of 2017 we will not train on: […]

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Dojo

Information about training at the Katsujinken dojo.

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Background

Technical improvement of one’s swordsmanship and fighting skills is impossible without a corresponding change in one’s psychological mind-set. In our style of Shinto Ryu all attacks and counter-attacks, all offensive […]

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