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Style description of Tatsu-Ryu-Bushido

The diversity of the martial art Tatsu-Ryu-Bushido

Tatsu-Ryu-Bushido” is based in particular on the traditions of the sword fighting art “Niten-Ichi-Ryu” (“Two Heavens School”) of the probably most famous swordsman “Miyamoto Musashi” (1584 – 1645) and his teaching of the five elements of “Gorin-No-Sho” (earth, water, fire, wind and emptiness), as well as aspects of the “Koryu-Bujutsu” (traditional martial arts) of the samurai of the 16th to 19th centuries. Tatsu-Ryu-Bushido thus belongs to the Shin-Kobudo (new art of war) group. The link between the style name “Tatsu-Ryu” and the term “Bushido” (way of the warrior) is intended to emphasise the transfer of the traditional values of the samurai to the present day. The Japanese martial art “Tatsu-Ryu-Bushido” was founded in 1987 as a martial arts club and in 1991 as an independent martial arts programme in the first Tatsu-Ryu-Bushido club by Christian Wiederanders in order to preserve the old traditional values of Miyamoto Musashi while incorporating new aspects.

Tatsu-Ryu-Bushido is a very varied and, in particular, traditionally orientated martial art that is practised both with and without weapons. On this path, individual development takes centre stage. Tatsu-Ryu-Bushido is therefore much more than just health-orientated physical training. An important aspect is the individual development of the mind and self-discipline. The aim of practising this martial art is not to take part in competitions, which is why Tatsu-Ryu-Bushido is a martial art and not a combat sport. Age, gender and physical condition are not important.

One of the physical aspects of Tatsu-Ryu-Bushido is learning and mastering unarmed combat according to the principle of the five elements (earth, water, fire, wind and emptiness). The following is learnt systematically: a correct stance, falling school, evasion techniques, distance techniques (punches, thrusts, kicks, hard blocking techniques), overpowering the opponent in physical contact (throws, sickles, soft blocking techniques), taking away the opponent’s strength and redirecting it. Advanced students endeavour to implement the martial art in a realistic and applicable way by focusing on free application, i.e. reacting to unknown attacks. In order to be able to use the martial art in today’s world, traditional techniques are modified and trained in such a way that they can also be used for effective self-defence.

The focus of the weapons training is on handling the Japanese samurai sword. At the beginning of the training, the handling of the sword is practised with the “bokken” (wooden sword) and later also with sharp swords. This involves learning traditional “kata” (sword forms) as well as their free use. The aim is to learn how to use the two swords “Tachi” (long sword) and “Kodachi” (short sword) at the same time, as Miyamoto Musashi once did.

Training in the use of other traditional Japanese wooden and metal weapons, in particular “Tanbo” (1 short stick), “Nitanbo” (2 short sticks), “Jo” (middle stick), “Bo” (long stick), “Jitte” (sword catcher), “Tanto” (knife), “Yari” (spear lance), “Naginata” (sword lance), “Shuriken” (throwing weapons) and “Tessen” (fan), takes place in this sequence depending on the belt grade, up to and including the 2nd Dan grade. Dan degree.

Theoretical backgrounds of Japanese culture such as language, writing, history and etiquette are incorporated into the practice of Tatsu-Ryu-Bushido.

This training is accompanied by training in behaviour in the forest and in the wild, both within a group and alone. The aim is to be able to apply what has been learnt in the training, which means being able to survive through strategic action with the resources that nature offers.

The martial art Tatsu-Ryu-Bushido, with over 35 years of experience, is therefore not only very versatile, but also allows experience of other martial arts and martial arts in the respective personal development.

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