Musô Jikiden Eishin Ryû iaijutsu Komei Jyuku es un koryû (escuela antigua) fundada entre la Era Eiroku (1558-1570), la Era Genki (1570-1573) y la Era Tenshô (1573-1592) por Hayashizaki Jinsuke no Shigenobu. Según la mayoría de los especialistas y estudiosos de la historia japonesa, fue la primera escuela en especializarse en el arte del iaijutsu (arte del desenvaine del sable japonés) , articulándolo y ordenándolo. Musô Jikiden Eishin Ryû procede del feudo de Tosa, de la familia Yamauchi en la línea de Tôkyô y está reconocida por la Nihon Kobudô Kyôkai bajo el liderazgo del 21º sucesor legítimo de la escuela Sekiguchi Takaaki Komei sensei. Las clases en los dôjô están dirigidas por el representante para España de esta escuela, Sekiguchi Kenryû, quien ha sido autorizado a enseñar y transmitir estas enseñanzas samurai del feudo de Tosa.

Ryôen Ryû naginatajutsu está liderada por Shimizu Nobuko sensei. Centrándose en el manejo de la naginata (alabarda japonesa) y el tantô (puñal) de Jikishinkage Ryû bajo los conocimientos adquiridos de la 17º sôke Toya Akiko sensei, que le concedió 8º Dan Hanshi a Shimizu sensei. También se estudian formas de etiqueta y protocolo derivadas de Ogasawara Ryû reihô y transmitidas por el 32º sôke Ogasawara Tadamune sensei, que le concedió a Shimizu sensei el Menkyô Kaiden así como el nombre de Ryôen. Las clases en los dôjô están dirigidas por el representante para España de esta escuela, Ryôen Ryûko, quien ha sido autorizado a enseñar y transmitir estas enseñanzas.

jueves, 3 de marzo de 2016

Katsuura Seminar Report 2016



Katsuura Seminar Report 2016:
In 2011 the 21º representative Musô Jikiden Eishin ryû iaijutsu, Sekiguchi Komei sensei sent me an email, translated into 5 languages ​​to ensure everyone understood it, it was an invitation for the seminar of Katsuura in 2016.

Every year between the last week of January and the first of February held a seminar in Katsuura (Chiba) that gathers Jyuku Komei practitioners around the world in an intensive seminar. However, this year was a special occasion, and therefore the invitation so far in advance: the celebration of this year's 70th birthday Sekiguchi sensei, called kôki a traditional Japanese celebration held at that age is met.



Katsuura is a coastal town in Chiba prefecture, traditionally fishing, famous for its tuna, bonito, rice and especially peanuts. Katsuura offers to the tourists a beautiful bay, the sea and the surrounding mountains. It is very close to Tôkyô, less than an hour on the train Wakashio.



Katsuura Budokan belongs to the University of Budô. There are held multidisciplinary  seminars of various martial arts: kendoô, kyûdô, Jukendô, atarashii naginata (naginatadô), Shorinji Kenpô Judô, Karatedô and Aikidô, among others. Katsuura Budôkan is also linked to Nippon Budôkan and the organization of the Nippon Kobudô Kyôkai (which regulates and organizes Koryû bujutsu of Japan).


The facilities consist of: rooms for four people with tatami room, dining room, a large hot tub, a big dôjô, a small dôjô and Kyûdojo. Training occurred as follows for many days (especially those we do naginata once Shimizu sensei came to the facility): 5:00 -7: 00 Musô Jikiden ryu Eishin iaijutsu. 7:00 a.m. Breakfast. 9: 00-10: 00 Ryôen ryu naginatajutsu. 10:00 to 12:00 iaijutsu. 24:00 Food. 13 - 14h naginatajutsu. 14 - 17h iaijutsu. 18h Dinner. 19 -20h. naginatajutsu. 20 -21h iaijutsu. Overall, for those who also practiced Ryoen ryû naginatajutsu Keiko were 10 hours a day. As Sekiguchi sensei once said: "This is not just a seminar, it is Shugyô".



There have been many groups Komei Juku who have come to the Katsuura seminar representing many of the countries: Australia, United States, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Spain, South Korea and of course Japan.
From the Spain Shibu we came Sekiguchi Kenryū and Carlos Tabera, who has become part of the family Muso Jikiden ryu Eishin iaijutsu Komei Jyuku by signing by the school. In addition to the good place that has left Spain for their dedication in keiko each day, I'm very proud of him for having taken this important step in a Koryu. It is now that we can say without doubt that belongs to this school and become part of its history as a deshi more. Last year presented his request to Sekiguchi sensei, and after he accept it, on the grounds of Katsuura proceeded to fill in the forms that make him one of the 3 unique official members of Komei mjer Jyuku in Spain. At this stage, there is much to thank the invaluable work of the school secretary, Sonoko Nakano sensei, helping Carlos in every step of delivering the papers.


On January 28, Carlos and I were at Tokyo Station, where we would take the train to Katsuura Wakashio. On the way we met with Liam and Robert, from Komei Jyuku Australia. Then on the train we meet Sekiguchi sensei, Obiki sensei.
The first day keiko was short but intense, 3 hours followed by the series of kumitachi Tsume Iai, specifically the first 6 kata from tate-hiza. The beautiful wooden dojo has tested our knees with these first 3 hours of kata floor.
As curious detail, we are sharing the pavilion with a senior seminar of Jukendô (fence with bayonets). In the thermal baths I have had a very interesting chat with one of their sensei.



On the second day of Keiko in Katsuura (29 January) we worked the third series Oku Iai Tachiwaza and kumitachi series Tsume Iai no Kurai, paying special attention to the kata: Tsubame Gaeshi, Ganseki Otoshi and Suigetsu Tô. Today the group has grown, with the representants of Germany and also Onoe san.
Like other days, we have shared the dojo with the Jukendo group, and at the end of our training, the dojo is filled with several groups: kendo, judo, aikido and atarashii naginata. There was also a child Kendo competition.

 

On the third day in Katsuura (Jan. 30) during the morning keiko we have spent the entire session to the study kata Kasumiken and the kumitachi Tsume Iai not kurai. In the second Keiko we continued with kumitachi and finally we practiced Bangai Gohon series.
At the end of the day we practiced iaijutsu kata Mae (Seiza no Bu) Yokogumo (Tate hiza no bu) and Itomagoi (Oku iai). We then followed with kumitachi-kenjutsu series of Tachi Uchi no Kurai Nanahon no kata.
Today our fellow dojo have been the same as Jukendo, but this time only have tankendô practiced (martial art wiith bayonet in hand).


On the fourth day seminar (Jan. 31), we beggin with a hard kihon keiko of kata Oroshi, very interesting training. Morning keiko was dominated by the part of tachiwaza series kumitachi Tsume Iai no Kurai. During afternoon keiko we continue with the kumitachi, so important in our line and ended with a thorough study of the kata Hayanuki Chudan and Iwanami, Urokogaeshi, Namigaeshi and Takiotoshi kata from Tate no bu Hiza series and Kasumi kata from Oku Iai Iwaza. At night we did some exercises  of chôtôjutsu based on Bangai series. At the end of the day have arrived representatives of the United States, France and Australia. The group grows!


On the fifth day (February 1) we were training the 11 kata  from Seiza no bu. We also went back to work the kata Hayanuki Chudan morote and kumitachi series of 11 kata Tsume Iai no Kurai. At night, Carlos Tabera signed the papers that make him an official member of monjin of school  who allow him to carry the kyûmaisasa kamon MJER Komei Jyuku. This honor comes to him after more than 4 years of hard work and dedication to the Koryu, promptly attending training dojo Spain, seminars of his Shibucho (Sekiguchi Kenryū), seminars of 21º representative Sekiguchi Komei sensei in Spain and also in other countries like France. With this, Carlos Tabera becomes one of the 3 monjin authorized in Spain: Sekiguchi Kenryū, Jorge Garcia and Carlos Tabera. At the same time also became a member of the Nihon Kobudo Kyokai organization that regulates and protects koryu in Japan. For Shibu of Spain, this is a great achievement and a great honor, seeing as the school grows with members of high technical quality, high cultural level and human warmth.


On the sixth day (February 2) we returned to review Seiza no Bu, Hayanuki Chudan, Bangai Gohon and kata: Yukizure, Tsuredachi, Sô Makuri, Sôdôme, Shinobu, Yukichigai and Moniri of Oku Iai Tachiwaza series. As for the kumitachi, we have worked the kata Ganseki Otoshi, Suigetsu Tô, Kasumiken and Uchikomi of Tsume Iai no Kurai series.
Today joined us members from Argentina, Chile, Cuba, and has also come Fujii sensei. Today was the last day of Carlos, who says goodbye to Katsuura seminar.


On the seventh day (February 3) Was Setsubun celebration, and as you can look on the picture the end of winter is celebrated. One of the traditions is though some roasted beans to people dressed like oni while saying: "Oni wa soto, fuku wa uchi!" (Demons down, luck in!). Also, you can eat the same beans as years you have. And also as a current tradition, ehomaki, a large roll of maki sushi that you must eat all in one go, without pause, without drinking in between eating. Thanks to the kitchen of Katsuura Budokan made us participate in this festival.


On this day we have had a very intense keiko of kata Ukigumo fom Tate Hiza no bu series, finishing with Tsume Iai no Kurai. At the morning keiko we worked Bangai Sanbon and Oku Iai Tachiwaza. Keiko During the afternoon we worked Oku Iai Iwaza and kumitachi Tsume no Kurai. During the night keiko we practiced the three series of Seiza no bu, Tate hiza no bu and Oku Iai Iwaza - Tachiwaza.


The eighth day (Feb. 4) started with a surprise from Sekiguchi sensei. He showed us a caligraphy written by the current head of the Yamauchi family calligraphy, however this no photos at the request of Jukucho own. After this pleasant surprise, and a history lesson, we set out to practice the three series of iaijutsu of MJER: Seiza no bu, Tate hiza no bu and Oku Iai Iwaza - Oku Iai Tachiwaza.


In the morning keiko we continue reviewing iaijutsu waza of Bangai Sanbon and Bangai Gohon series and ended with the Tachi Uchi no Kurai nanahon no kata  kumitachi series.
Afternoon keiko was dedicated almost entirely to review the different ways to make embu both iaijutsu as kenjutsu.
Today there was no night keiko because we had a little party in honor of bottles of premium sake (with gold inside) that Shimizu sensei brought as a present for everyone. To finish the party, Sekiguchi sensei invited us to a beer, to go to bed warm.


On the ninth day of the course (Feb. 5), we work all the kata of all series of school: Seiza no Bu (11 kata) + Tate Hiza no Bu (10 kata) + Hayanuki Chudan (3 kata) + Oku Iai Iwaza (8 kata) + Oku Iai Tachiwaza (13 kata) + Bangai Sanbon (3 kata) + Bangai Gohon (5 kata) + Tachi Uchi no Kurai Nanahon no Kata (7 kata) + Tsume Iai no Kurai (11 kata). 71 kata in total we did in different batches.
Afternoon keiko and night keiko were aimed at preparing the Yasukuni Jinja Hônô embukai.
In the breaks between Keiko and Keiko, the Ryoen ryû naginatajutsu group (in which I include myself) had Keiko, three in total (morning, afternoon and evening).


After the last day of training (3 MJER iaijutsu and 2 RER naginatajutsu), on February 6 at 9:30 in the morning was began the Hônô embukai at Yasukuni Jinja. Once again I have been honored with the participation in the embu thanks to Sekiguchi sensei (21º representative MJER iaijutsu Komei Jyuku). I also feel very honored that Shimizu sensei (RER naginatajutsu) pick me turn to participate in such a sacred event.


Unlike when I participated just over two years ago, this time there were many Westerners, but I remained the only Spanish. Schools were conducted embu: Kofu ryû kenbujutsu, Ryoen ryû naginatajutsu Muso Jikiden ryu Eishin iaijutsu, Tenshin-ryu hyoho and Seiwa ryu taijutsu.

The Muso Jikiden ryu Eishin iaijutsu embu performed in threes, making three kata. My group was the Minori san (Sekiguchi Seisui) and Shimizu sensei. We did the kata: Shinobu (Oku Iai Tachiwaza), Taki Guruma (Bangai Gohon) and Hayanami (Bangai Sanbon). Then I made a kata kumitachi with Daniels from Austria (Innsbruck): Tsubame Gaeshi (Tsume Iai no Kurai).

Ryôen ryû naginatajutsu began with Shiho Giri / Shiho Barai, by Shimizu sensei, Ryoen Rinka (Japan-France), Ryoen Terumichi (Germany), Sekiguchi Ôsamenaminoshin (Mexico) and Ryoen Ryuko (Spain). After this, Shimizu performed the solo kata: Dô Giri (Shoden no Bu), Kogarashi (Ryû not Bu) and Futae not Nagiri (Tora no Bu). Later, Ryoen Rinka as shidachi and Ryoen Ryuko (I) as uchidachi, performed the kata Shoden kumitachi: Musô, Sempu, Musubi Kiri, Naginata Zori and Hi Omote from Tora no Bu. The embu ended with Shimizu sensei as shidachi and Ryoen Ryuko as uchidachi performing the kata Fuji San (Shoden kumitachi).




After that we made the Sanpai and tamagushi ôharei in the Oku no Yasukuni Jinja In of.
Back to Nohgakudo, I made a new embu of kumitachi with Brandon  from Austin (USA): Ganseki Otoshi, Suigetu Tô and Kasumiken (Tsume Iai no Kurai).
Finally, Sekiguchi sensei called me (Sekiguchi Kenryû) one last time to perform the kata Hayanuki Chudan with Sekiguchi Saika (Austria).


Once completed all embu, we took a bento near the sanctuary and after that we went to the hotel Hankyu Ours Inn in Oimachi, where we rested for the next day be on top.


The last day I spent with sensei was on February 7, the day that we attended together the 39th edition of the embu of the Nihon Kobudo Kyôkai at Nippon Budokan. Because the high number of schools that make up the federation Koryu bujutsu, only participation in alternate years is allowed. MJER iaijutsu Sekiguchi sensei participated last year and this until 2017 will no longer participate. This time we were spectators. Sekiguchi sensei positioned on the table of the Soke and representatives of schools, and others we move into the stands where we could enjoy the best and biggest show of Koryu bujutsu. I sat next to Shimizu sensei and I was privileged to hear her comments on different ryuha she knew. Some of the participating schools can be found: Hozoin ryû sojutsu, Morishige ryû hôjutsu, Shinto Muso ryu jojutsu, Ono ha Itto-ryu kenjutsu, Daito Ryu aikijutsu, Yagyû Shinkage ryu kenjutsu, Shintô Munen ryû kenjustu, Nitten Ichi ryu kenjutsu, Ogasawara ryu kyujutsu ...


Katsuura seminar has been very special, we could celebrate our teacher/Jyukucho Koki together, and learn directly from him Koryu Musô Eishin Jikiden ryu iaijutsu. I also be honored to have other corrections from Fujii sensei, Kojima sensei, Shimizu sensei, Shinmei sensei and Koichi sensei, whom I appreciate their patience. And we've been able to talk with representatives of many countries. Training good times and made many friends in the world of Koryu bujutsu.

Thanks to Jyukuchô and to all my Komei Jyuku family for such fantastic time of training and learning.

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