Kukishinden Ryu
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Kukishinden Ryu - Taijutsu no Kata

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This modern densho should primarily be regarded as a basic manual for daily training. The layout of the book is such that the individual motion sequences are shown by means of illustrations in order to focus on the performance of the individual techniques and kata. Concise explanations are completing this work which describes the most important unarmed forms of movements of the Kukishinden Ryû.  This is the second book of the series Bujinkan Budô Densho.

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School of the Nine Demon Gods

The Carsten Kuhn series of Ryu training manuals are generally regarded as the must-have publications for anyone working their way through the Kyu grades in the Bujinkan.  We are proud to now be in a unique position to offer these fine manuals directly to customers in the UK where they have previously only been available through direct import.

Kukishinden Ryu (School of the Nine Demon Gods).  This modern densho should primarily be regarded as a basic manual for daily training. The layout of the book is such that the individual motion sequences are shown by means of illustrations in order to focus on the performance of the individual techniques and kata. Concise explanations are completing this work which describes the most important unarmed forms of movements of the Kukishinden Ryû.  This is the second book of the series Bujinkan Budô Densho.

Contents: Kihon Gata Kenzen Ichinyo Gohô no Kamae Shoden Gata Chûden Gata Sabaki Gata Okuden Gata Shirabe Moguri Gata Kyûsho Yôgoshu Format: 17 x 23,5 cm, 176 pages, 560 (!) illustrations. 

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AuthorCarsten Kuhn
ISBN978-3-924862-20-6
LanguageEnglish
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