Upcoming Seminars

November 2005

Private Seminar

December 2005

December 17th, 2005

Allen, Texas
Jigoku Dojo Annual Daikomyosai Seminar
10:00am 4:00pm

Luke Molitor, Happo Biken Menkyo Shihan

This year's winter Daikomyosai will cover this year's theme of Bo & Tachi Waza and Gyokko ryu. The seminar will be taught by Luke Molitor of the Jigoku Dojo. Mr. Molitor has a vast amount of knowledge and experience in the Japanese warrior arts and ways, and splits his time between Japan and Texas furthering his training under Soke Hatsumi Masaaki. He is also a trusted, personal student of Nagase Hiroshi, Someya Kenichi, and Nagato Toshiro.

Saturday, December 17th - 10:00am-4:00pm
Mat Fee - $40.00

After the seminar, the dinner ceremony will begin at 6:30pm at a local Japanese restaurant. Due to the nature of the seminar and space considerations, seminar attendance is limited, so pre-registration is necessary. When you register, be sure to include who will be coming to the dinner. This is an open event. You can pre-register by e-mailing training@jigokudojo.com or calling 972.392.2552.

January 2006

January 13-15th, 2006

Sacramento, California

Luke Molitor, Happo Biken Menkyo Shihan

This two day seminar will cover aspects of the Koto Ryu Koppojutsu. The seminar will be taught by Luke Molitor of the Jigoku dojo. Mr. Molitor has a vast amount of knowledge in the Japanese warrior arts and splits his time between Japan and Texas furthering his training under Soke Hatsumi. He is also a trusted, personal student of Nagase Hiroshi, Someya Kenichi, and Nagato Toshiro. The Koto Ryu together with the Gyokko Ryu is considered the foundation of Togakure Ryu Ninjutsu.

For more information on Luke Molitor and the Jigoku dojo please visit: www.jigokudojo.com

Those in the area Friday night are invited to attend a class on Dynamic Taijutsu (jissen gata) and hanbojutsu.

The Seminar will be held at the Bujinkan Martial Arts Center
4111-B Power Inn Rd.
Sacramento CA 95826
(Near the corner of Belvedere and Power Inn)

Please bring Standard training equipment:
Shinai, Bokken, Iaito, Tanto, Notebook and liquids

Instructors bringing 4 or more attending students will train for free
Space will be available for overnight stay

Dates:
Friday Jan. 13th 7pm-9pm
Saturday Jan. 14th 10am-5 or 6pm
Sunday Jan. 15th 10am-5pm

Mat fee:
Friday night- 15$
Saturday- 50$
Sunday- 50$

Please contact Alex Bushman for more information or to Register
Afrogeta916@yahoo.com
(916) 519-0296
www.BujinkanSacramento.com

January 21st, 2006

North Dallas, Texas

Luke Molitor, Happo Biken Menkyo Shihan

Jigoku Dojo Kagami Biraki

Kagami biraki is a feudal Japanese tradition meaning 'mirror opening' and among other things, symbolizes a renewal of the spirit and rededication to training. This event will consist of training in the kihon (basics) of the dojo. The sanshin no kata (three-hearts patterns), taihenjutsu muto dori gata (unarmed body changing patterns), and the kihon gata of the various schools contained in the Bujinkan dojo. This event is primarily for Jigoku Dojo members and friends. If you are interested in attending, contact us for space availability.

February 2006

New York City -TBD

March 2006

March 3-5, 2006

Cleveland, Ohio

Luke Molitor, Happo Biken Menkyo Shihan

Luke Molitor, of the Jigoku Dojo, will be teaching a seminar on Kukishin ryu kenjutsu/bikenjutsu and bojutsu in Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. Molitor has a vast amount of knowledge and experience in the Japanese warrior arts and ways, and splits his time between Japan and Texas furthering his training under Soke Hatsumi Masaaki. He is also a trusted, personal student of Nagase Hiroshi, Someya Kenichi, and Nagato Toshiro. The Kukishin ryu is a complete Japanese feudal military system with its origins dating back over 600 years.

For More information on Luke Molitor and the Jigoku Dojo please go to: www.jigokudojo.com.

Due to the nature of the seminar attendance will be limited, so be sure to pre-register to reserve your place. Please bring a fukuroshinai (leather covered shinai), shinai, and/or bokken (wood training sword) for training.

For more details, please contact Jess Attilli or Jack Mann.

April 2006

Chicago area, Illinois - TBD

May 2006

San Francisco, California - TBD

June 2006

June 9-11th, 2006

Poughkeepsie, New York

Luke Molitor, Happo Biken Menkyo Shihan

Kenjutsu Kihon Seminar

The Tohoku Dojo will be hosting a two day seminar on aspects of kenjutsu and bikenjutsu taught by Luke Molitor of the Jigoku Dojo. Mr. Molitor has a vast amount of knowledge and experience in the Japanese warrior arts and ways, and splits his time between Japan and Texas furthering his training under Soke Hatsumi Masaaki. He is also a trusted, personal student of Nagase Hiroshi, Someya Kenichi, and Nagato Toshiro. The Kukishin ryu is a complete Japanese feudal military system with its origins dating back over 600 years.

For More information on Luke Molitor and the Jigoku Dojo please go to: www.jigokudojo.com

This seminar will encompass beginning techniques of etiquette, postures, movement, proper cutting, mindset, basic forms, and cutting practice - with the primary focus of the seminar being on the mechanics of cutting correctly, and specific drills to instill the correct feeling of the Kukishin ryu sword methods. There will be personal, hands on instruction for each participant at every level. On Sunday afternoon there will be an opportunity for tameshigiri, traditional test cutting practice, for students.

The entry fee will include a rolled and soaked target of tatami omote (rolled straw floor mats). More targets may be purchased in addition to what is provided. Additional targets are available, please contact us before the seminar. Due to the nature of the seminar attendance will be limited, so be sure to pre-register to reserve your place. Please bring a fukuroshinai (leather covered shinai), shinai, and/or bokken (wood training sword) for training. Live weapons used for tameshigiri must be inspected before the seminar starts. When you register, please inform us if you intend on bringing a live blade with you.

Contact the Tohoku Dojo for more details

July 2006

TBD

August 2006

San Francisco, California - TBD

September 2006

Dayton, Ohio - TBD

October 2006

Salem, Oregon - TBD

November 2006

TBD

December 2006

Allen, Texas
Jigoku Dojo Annual Daikomyosai Seminar
10:00am 4:00pm

Luke Molitor, Happo Biken Menkyo Shihan

This year's winter Daikomyosai will cover this year's theme taught in Japan. The seminar will be taught by Luke Molitor of the Jigoku Dojo. Mr. Molitor has a vast amount of knowledge and experience in the Japanese warrior arts and ways, and splits his time between Japan and Texas furthering his training under Soke Hatsumi Masaaki. He is also a trusted, personal student of Nagase Hiroshi, Someya Kenichi, and Nagato Toshiro.

Saturday, December 17th - 10:00am-4:00pm
Mat Fee - $40.00

After the seminar, the dinner ceremony will begin at 6:30pm at a local Japanese restaurant. Due to the nature of the seminar and space considerations, seminar attendance is limited, so pre-registration is necessary. When you register, be sure to include who will be coming to the dinner. You can pre-register by e-mailing training@jigokudojo.com or calling 972.392.2552.

January 2007

TBD

North Dallas, Texas

Luke Molitor, Happo Biken Menkyo Shihan

Jigoku Dojo Kagami Biraki

Kagami biraki is a feudal Japanese tradition meaning 'mirror opening' and among other things, symbolizes a renewal of the spirit and rededication to training. This event will consist of training in the kihon (basics) of the dojo. The sanshin no kata (three-hearts patterns), taihenjutsu muto dori gata (unarmed body changing patterns), and the kihon gata of the various schools contained in the Bujinkan dojo. This event is primarily for Jigoku Dojo members and friends. If you are interested in attending, contact us for space availability.

 

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