Discussion in 'Ninjutsu Resources' started by Brad Ellin, Aug 24, 2004.
thanks for the info,I'll contact him and see how it goes
I know this is a long shot, but would anyone happen to know of a dojo/shibu in egypt? Cairo , preferably! Just moved here for a while and am itching for some training....
Does anybody know of a dojo in santa barbara county, california? all dojos that are in california are either in LA, sandiego area or near San fran area, which are all 3 hour plus from where i live, so any help is welcome.
Hey, I've been looking through various search engines and dojo listings for dojos in and around Southampton, but haven't been able to find anything concrete. I've found a few Warrior Heart dojos and the Southampton Uni dojo, but I'm not sure if any of these are still running. The closest after these seem to be Portsmouth and Basingstoke.
Anyone know if the Warrior Heart dojos are still running (the number on the Bujinkan.org site is the number for someone up north judging by his accent)?
Any advice on local dojos beyond these?
Hi Soldier, welcome to MAP.
Have you tried the Bujinkan Britain website?
It's probably better for finding UK clubs than Winjutsu.com and by the time you've followed links to link to links.....you should find what you need.
I've had a look round the Bujinkan Britain site, and I remember going on there a few months back and reading up on a few bits.
However, it seems that they've had a server change and haven't moved over their database so no-one's posted anything. I've signed up but it looks like there's only 6 other members.
Anywhere else I can try? Thanks for your help.
Really the best way to go is to check out Winjutsu.com/Bujinkan Britain then email any of the dojo within 200 miles of where you want to train. Often there are groups that are not listed or don't have a website.
Is Bournemouth too far for you? I was training yesterday with some other students of my teacher who are from down that way.
It might not be too far, but I've also located a dojo in North End of Portsmouth, the Shinobi Kai Ninpo Bugei Dojo. I'm taking a look tomorrow night hopefully.
Anyone know anything about them?
Thanks for all your help guys.
If you do a search on 'Mark Lutman' and 'Shinobi Kai' here on MAP you should find out all you need to know.
Basically they are one of those orgs who have decided to do their own thing but apparently some of their members maintain memberships to the Bujinkan or Genbukan and they have recently been training with Stephen Hayes of Toshindo.
Missouri Budo Taijutsu Bujinkan Dojo Grand Reopening!!
I hope I am posting this in the correct place...
I would just like to let everyone know that the Missouri Budo Taijutsu Bujinkan Dojo has reopened in St.Louis Missouri.
Under the continued guidence of Shidoshi Ken E. Harding, the MBdojo is back and better than ever.
With a Bojutsu seminar already scheduled for November 15th, we will be providing quarterly seminars. Any and all Bujinkan members are welcome to attend.
Here is the link for the seminar:
Any training inquiries should be sent to:
Thanks and I hope to see everyone soon!!
This posting is to inform anyone interested in Bujinkan training in the Mansfield, PA area, that there is a Mansfield Bujinkan Shibu.
Contact email@example.com for more information.
Hi Soldier. I recently moved to the Southampton area and am training (BJK) in Reading. Let me know if you are still interested and/or whether you have found somewhere to train.
Metro Atlanta, GA:
The Dake no Sasayaku Bujinkan Dojo is open for training in the Loganville, GA area. It is located in Walton County, halfway between Atlanta and Athens, and is headed by Shidoshi Bill Wright. If you would like any further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Does anyone know of any dojos in or close to Preston, Lancs (UK)?
Hello, my son and I recently visited a dojo in Barbourville, Ky called the Tigers den dojo or Konooburu dojo. The specific town or area is Heidrick, Ky within barbourville I beleive. This school is headed by a mr. Terry. I was hoping to find out if anyone knew of this dojo which is a Moldine affiliate under Hatsumi-Sensei. (I apologize for the nomenclature as my son and I just started and are learning still), but I want to make sure that we are attending a legitimate Bujinkan school and I have looked this up through the Bujinkan webs and have found it on one and not on other's affiliate links. Help please?:bang:
Thank you for your reply.
Yes this is the dojo exactly
Would I be making a mistake in joining this Dojo: http://www.konooburudojo.com/
Without seeing any footage it is very hard to tell from a purely physical perspective. There are a few "pink flags" for me - (that is not quite a red flag, but not sparkling white either) but I have certainly seen worse.
However, the whole "Karate for Christ" movement I find distasteful, and any club advocating that instantly gets a "no dice" from me - your mileage may vary on that
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