We Live In The Shadow
  • Urban training & camping forest

    We don't care about the weather or the environments, there is only on way to sacrifice.

  • Following the ancient techniques

    The core principle of our schools is that it is possible to survive attacks from larger, stronger, more aggressive and potentially armed attacker(s) without the use of physicial strength or speed.

  • The BUJINKAN

    The Bujinkan is run by Hatsumi Masaaki, current Soke (Grandmaster) of the nine schools which make up the style. It's a rapidly growing international organisation, with people on every continent. Despite being large, it's still a friendly group, as you can see by turning up. The atmosphere is very positive, everyone is friendly and open.

WHAT DOES TRAINING INVOLVE?
WHAT HAPPENS IN A CLASS?

Just to give you a general idea, a class normally starts with everyone lining up and bowing, as a matter of respect to Soke Hatsumi, and to the people we train with. Then we have a warm up, where we make sure we're fully stretched and ready to do exercise.

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IF IT'S A REALLY OLD MARTIAL ART
HOW IS IT STILL USEFUL?

The world changes, but people stay the same. We do train with a lot of traditional weapons that you're not likely to encounter today, but the things you learn from using them are still relevant.

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WHAT IS NINJUTSU?

Ninjutsu is a catch-all term for Japanese styles of martial art that were not just used by Samurai, but used by villages and families to defend themselves against the Samurai.

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THE BUJINKAN INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION

BUJINKAN
BRIGHTON

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BUJINKAN
OUEST

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BUJINKAN
FRANCE

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I.B.D.A

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Welcome to our DOJO

Unfortunately, we do not accept students under the age of sixteen. There are some Bujinkan dojo that run a safe and specialised curriculum for younger members, for instance the Hemel Hempstead Dojo.

As for equipment - you can either acquire your own, or the instructor to put an order in the next time the club buys some kit. We recommend the first thing you get is a Gi - the jacket and trousers.

If you're buying your own, make sure to ask for a black, medium weight gi. If you keep at it, you may want your own wooden and padded training weapons, too.

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Our Latest News

Hiroo Onoda, World's "Last Ninja", Dead at 91

jan 17,2014 / by Admin

Hiroo Onoda, the World War II Japanese intelligence officer who died Thursday at age 91, drew from ninja-like military training to survive nearly thirty years fighting a long terminated war, according to ninja historian John Man.

Bujinkan Ouest Seminar : "TenChiJin Ryaku no Maki" 8 and 9 february 2014

jan 18,2014 / by Admin

The programme is : tanto, kunai, hambo, jo, bo, biken, yari, naginata. for more info please click on the photo ..