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Commands in the dojo

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Commands in the dojo

Postby furiku » May 2nd, 2009 2:05 am

I am a student of Muso Jikiden Eishin-ryu Iaijutsu and muso shido-ryu Jodo.

At present I have 7 students of my own (and it seems to be growing).

I would like to create an atmosphere of the traditional dojo to the people around me as much as possible and learn the common (and less common) commands used in the traditional Japanese dojo, especially for Japanese sword arts.

Would jpod101 have a lesson(s) that pertain to this specific use?

Why not....................? :wink:

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Postby Hboleto » May 4th, 2009 10:55 pm

To be honest I don't think it's a very interesting lesson idea. Though there are commands that are pretty much general Japanese, the specifics wouldn't be caught by people unfamiliar with the practice and it would be hard to pass on the context in a 10 min audio clip.

Of course some publicity to the arts on JapanesePod101 would be great ;)

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Postby furiku » May 6th, 2009 7:14 am

heh heh.................somebody had to ask........ :wink:

Do you study a Japanese art form?

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Postby Hboleto » May 6th, 2009 6:02 pm

Yes, I study Muso Shinden Ryu Iaido and Shindo Muso Ryu Jodo. Though we mostly concentrate on the Seitei forms. I'm pretty much a rookie, and will be one for some years yet heheh

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Postby furiku » May 7th, 2009 12:41 am

Muso Shinden-ryu..........Nice, very nice........
We have much in common, I am a student In Eishin-ryu Iaijutsu, very similar art forms.

I do play around alot in Shindo muso-ryu Jodo also, but I am not ranked in it.

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Postby furiku » August 31st, 2009 6:19 am

Hboleto wrote:To be honest I don't think it's a very interesting lesson idea. Though there are commands that are pretty much general Japanese, the specifics wouldn't be caught by people unfamiliar with the practice and it would be hard to pass on the context in a 10 min audio clip.

Of course some publicity to the arts on JapanesePod101 would be great ;)



I am of the belief that the people who embrace the koryu arts would benefit greatly from a series of lessons that are general to all bujutsu. I do agree that it isn't great thing for non-budo practitioners, but it is enormous enough to warrant some attention.


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