Bujinkan Wexford Dojo

Amatsu ( Hichi Buku Goshin Jutsu Ryu )

Hichi buku goshin jutsu ryu the tradition of the secret flower opening school for the defence of the self) is the ancient traditional healing art of Japan, the main purpose of which is the restoration of the body's ability to heal itself through gentle manipulation of ligaments and skeletal muscular systems, etc.
Amatsu Tatara (meaning "Sky Harbour", or literally Divine Residence / God's Port) is a collaboration of martial arts, medicine, philosophy, strategy and religion that has been practised in Japan for over 2000 years. Its principles and practices have recently been rediscovered in he West and clinically evaluated
Masaaki Hatsumi the 24th Grandmaster of Togakure ryu and founder of the International Bujinkan Hombu Dojo, born December 2, 1931 in Noda City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan, he graduated from Meiji University, Literature Department and later went on to receive his Doctor degree from a medical school located in Yotsuya. He trained for over fifteen years in kobudo, thereafter becoming apprenticed to the late Toshitsugu Takamatsu who lived in Kashiwara, Nara Province.
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