Ryuseiken Battodo

Japanese swordfighting

looking for resourses that may help us with learning the basic Ryuseiken Batto-Do standards

Greeting esteem members of our Ryuseiken Batto-Do group. It is an honor and a privilege for Maria and I to be new members of Tucson’s Batto-Do group.

I would like to ask the group if anyone knows of on-line resources for helping us correctly practice the first Kihon Kame Waza, Kiri Waza, Kihon Kata (i.e. step by step photos and or video) and prepare for Saturday’s training so we can practice the various important basics we have been introduced to by our honorable Shihan John McGraugh.

Arigato gozaimasu to each one of you.

Maria and Peter Rice

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There is a Martial arts Sensei on Youtube that demonstrate Kata for Aikido.

Video Demonstration:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ynw2qyxuHAI

User Profile:
http://www.youtube.com/user/aikibatto

If Somone in the Ryuseiken Battodo group could do something similar by posting videos for the Ryuseiken Katas on Youtube it would help a lot.
(Especially for those of us who are in living in Flagstaff where there is no Eastern sword style classes offered within walking distance of N.A.U. Campus.)
They could also post them in High definition windows media player format on this official site.

Posting these demonstration videos on Youtube would also increase global awareness of the Ryuseiken school of Swordsmanship.
This could increase local membership and support.

If someone skilled in the art of visual art could draw Kata digrams for motion:
http://www.karate-psv-hattingen.de/images/Kata/Kanku_Dai_g.jpg

As well as foot placement:
http://users.iafrica.com/a/as/ashihara/kata1d.jpg

That would be incredibly useful too. :)

Just a suggestion,

Thank you,
Christopher Arendt

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Web sites & Resources

Matsuri: A Festival of Japan (2008) - Phoenix, AZ, Feb 23-28, Heritage Square

Battodo Ryuseiken in Japan. Also a partial site in english.



The Kodenkan of Tucson



The UofA Ryuseiken Battodo on the ASUA site



Tameshigiri.com - where we get goza. The ordering and shipping process are given.



Hanwei/Paul Chen swords



The Knighthawk Armoury builds some interesting realistic looking goshinken. They're expensive but they claim to be pretty durable (not yet tested by us).



Folding a Hakama the proper way



Woodall's Custom Workshop makes nice cutting stands for tameshigiri.


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