“Kihon Happo” translates as “collection of basic principles” but is . there is too much emphasis on Sanchin and Kihon Happo in the Bujinkan. Koshi Kihon Sanpo – three basic receiving/ striking methods of koshi. Ichimonji no Kata · Hicho no Kata · Jumonji no Kata. Torite Kihon Goho five basic grab. Kihon Happō is the most fundamental and important unarmed fighting techniques in the Bujinkan system. On this DVD Duncan show the basic techniques.

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Supposedly Toshitsugu Takamatsu created them as something Masaaki Hatsumi could teach his students in the s. As conditioning exercises, they do appear in our very advanced handgun defenses. In other words the way they are taught in class will not work in class in a real confrontaion adaptations are going to need to be made for the sanchin and the Kihon Happo to be effective.

Introduction to Kihon Happo

For our purposes, we will study the Kihon Happo as it was originally formatted in Gyokko Ryu. Not So Repetitive After All. Alternate Versions There are several versions of how the Kihon Happo is taught. I would also add, that in the short time I have been learning some of the concepts of Toshin Do, I can clearly see all aspects of the Kihon Happo embedded into bujinkzn system as Anshu Hayes bujinkam it.


Kihon Happo no Kata – Beginners Bujinkan

It teaches application of basic blocks, strikes, and joint manipulation utilized in the various techniques. Those who have seeked and found speak for them selves. He enjoyed puns and word plays as a form of humor. Jeff Brown March 9, at That history is what I was taught by my seniors in the s. In the Tenchijin Ryaku no Maki, developed as a guide book by Soke to study all the various schools, some techniques of the Torite Goho were substituted for others to make it more universally applicable.

My late teacher Ed Martin taught me that the Kihn Happo was not the basics, but rather a path to help lead on to learning the basics, and that it did not always clearly show how the basics could be applied.

Here I will add. After I returned to America in the early s, the Hatsumi-ha no Kata underwent a few tweaks in Japan and were then kihno as the 8 techniques of the Kihon Happo.

Subscribe for Latest Announcements, Updates and Discounts. Previous Introduction to Hachikyu. I am an ex Bujinkan member. I am occasionally asked this question. Email will not be published required.

Why Do We Not Use San-Shin and Kihon Happo?

Justin L Stout March 9, at 7: While there are subtle differences in the method of application of each school, it will be utilized as a reference going forward in your training.


The truth is I do not consider those bjjinkan very important at all for new students looking for realistic self-defense fighting capability. Someone asked Bud Malmstrom back in his thoughts on the Kihon Happo and their effectiveness in a real fight and his response was that unless you add something to them or take something away from them they will not work in a real confrontation and I agree with that.

Daryn M Puhala July 24, at Some methods from the original Hatsumi-ha no Kata and the Kihon Happo are of course spread out through the To-Shin Do curriculum today. It may not be easilly discernable to those who have no understanding of the true intent and purpose of the Kihon, however it is clear for me to see.

They were most probably created in fairly recent times based on historical fundamentals as a set of conditioning exercises that encourage growth in skill qualities. Next Introduction to Gyaku Waza.

Log in Remember me. I am aware there are other people who have chosen a different answer from mine. Anshu, I would completely agree with you.

Flowing with the times is very much living in the present. I had earlier created a curriculum based on the 5 elements of the mandala I had studied.

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