Bō, Hanbō, Jō and the Tenchijin Ryaku no Maki

After some work, cross referencing, kanji hunting and sifting through notes now uploaded are separate pages for the rokushakubō, hanbō and jō listed under the Kukishin Ryu heading.

Two kanji are currently missing:
– first in the Bō Chūden no Kata for the three Chugi techniques – the kanji combines 扌and 寿 into one meaning ‘to plunge’
– second in the Bo Okuden no Kata for the three Kakugi techniques – I have not seen the kanji for this but believe it may be the same as in the Sōjutsu technique Tenchikaku, with kaku meaning ‘to thrash’ – this kanji is similar to 摧 with 山 replaced by 穴 which thus far eludes me.

In a fit of enthusiasm I have also added a version of the Tenchijin Ryaku no Maki – the strategies of heaven, earth and man scroll created as a kind of syllabus for Bujinkan training.  There are a couple of omissions and parts I will change at a later date, but for now this will do – and if WordPress will accept that I don’t want everything listed in alphabetical order that will help.

~ by bujinshugyo on November 21, 2009.

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