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Pin It on Pinterest. Both schools compliment each other and to study only one is to know only half of one of the two schools. This states clearly that Koto-ryu was developed for the battlefield or out doors in general, and not inside a house or narrowed places. Rhu Hekito is unarmed combat against sword, but a skilled member of the school can also do the Hekito with sword against sword. Kaku Gassho — Fire and winds prayer.
Notify me of new comments via email. The first line was particularly vexing to translate into something that made sense in English, after trying out several different versions I am currently happy with the one written above.
What specializes the Koto-ryu techniques is that distance is created by moving ruy with the attack, then moving forward with a strike and then moving quickly out to a safe distance again. You are commenting using your Facebook account. The exact origin of the Koto Ryu is unknown, but it was probably brought to japan from what is today called Korea, by a person named Chan Buso, who it is told in Kuden Oral Transmissions studied in China under a Mystic priest.
Similarly with the last line there are various ways to phrase it in English, ko;pojutsu thus subtly altering the meaning. Merlyn said this on July 23, at 6: Two of koppkjutsu have the name of the scroll partially clear and listed as such The Koto Ryu techniques use short distancing between the two opponents, the Gyokko Ryu uses greater distance.
The Koto Ryu concentrates more on striking, and the Gyokko Ryu more on locks and throws. The name Koto-ryu means “Knocking Down Tiger”, to knock down a tiger with ruy fingers and as such the techniques in the Ryuha are quite brutal in their methods. The Koto Ryu is broken down into five ruu which are as follows: Koopojutsu to the face, in addition to metsubushi, are common in the techniques of the school. Typical movement within the Koto Ryu is: If both schools are studied completely, the student will know all forms of fighting, including distance, striking, throws, and locks.
Directionally speaking the Koto Ryu is straighter in and the Gyokko Ryu revolves more on a circular basis either in yourself or in your opponent when taking their balance.
Kotō Ryū Koppōjutsu – article translation | Wanderings in Budo
This is done to koppojutau in with a strike at exactly 90 degrees against the bone structure of the attacker to do the most damage. More to follow… bujinshugyo said this on July 23, at 9: Okuden, and Hekito are the highest levels of training with the school, and contain the secret teachings.
Short distancing, and striking hard. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Posted in Uncategorized Tags: They are listed as the Gassho Kuji Kiri nine symbol slashes prayers. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here The Koto-ryu is greatly complimented with the study of Loppojutsu and if you keep in mind they both have different strategies and methods, you should be able to mix them together to cover all possible variations for self protection survival.
Koto Ryu Koppojutsu…… 2. Some of the differences between Koto Ryu and Gyokko ryu are as follows: Thanks Mahoutsukai for the support, and thanks to those others who have shown their appreciation.
Koto Ryu Koppojutsu
There are many similarities between the 2 schools. These same kuji also appear in the Gyokko Ryu. Kongo — Cloud prayer 2. Suirin — Water ring prayer 3.
There are no sources on when this happened exactly mid ‘s? To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Wanderings in Budo musings on a journey along the warrior path. Always making kooppojutsu eyes appear blank, so that no telepathic movement can be detected by the opponent Looking at the eyebrows of the opponent rather than their eyes.