Genealogy of technique and tradition
“Tenshinshoden Katori Shinto ryu" created by Ienao Iizasa about 600 years ago has many skills. And even today, Masters and their disciples practice the skill and keep the tradition alive. "Tenshinshoden Katori Shinto ryu" dojos are located in Chiba Prefecture, where the school was born, as well as around the world, and many martial artists have learned the techniques of Ienao Iizasa.
Tenshinshoden Katori Shinto Ryu skills for Beginners to Learn.
|Omote no Tachi||Gogyo no Tachi||Omote Iai||Tachi Iai Batto||Omote no Boujutsu|
|Itsutsu no Tachi||Mittsu no Tachi||Kusanagi no Ken||Ikiai Gyakunuki no Tachi||Seriai no Bou|
|Nanatsu no Tachi||Yottsu no Tachi||Nukitsuke no Ken||Zengo Chidori no Tachi||Sunehishigi no Bou|
|Kasumi no Tachi||In no Tachi||Nukiuchi no Ken||Ikiai Migichidori no Tachi||Sayu no Bou|
|Hakka no Tachi||Sya no Tachi||Uken||Gyakunuki no Tachi||Kasahazushi no Bou|
|Hatsu no Tachi||Saken||Nukiuti no Tachi||Hanetsurube no Bou|
|Happo Ken||Tachinami no Bou|
These are Shinto-ryu skills that ordinary people can learn. Once you have mastered all the skills and received permission from your master, you can learn more advanced techniques. Those are “Gokui no Tachi","Nitou ryu","Gokui no Kodachi","Sojutsu","Jujusu","Syurikenjutsu" and Techniques for handling various weapons.
Here is a link to dojos that currently teach “Tenshinshoden Katori Shinto ryu" in Japan and around the world.
The head of “Tenshinshoden Katori Shinto ryu"
Master Otake Sensei’s Dojo
Master Sugino Sensei’s Dojo
This is a valuable video that Master Sugino-sensei introduced the technique about 50 years ago, which is open to the public on YouTube.