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.

miércoles, 2 de mayo de 2018

2018 seminar in Savigny sur Orge: Musô Jikiden Eishin ryû iaijutsu with Sekiguchi Komei Jyûkuchô and Ryôen ryû naginatajutsu with Shimizu sensei.




Like 8 years ago, this year we returned to attend the seminar organized by our brothers in Paris in Savigny sur Orge.


As in other occasions, the seminar was divided into a three-and-a-half-hour keiko of Ryōen ryū naginatajutsu led by its leader: Shimizu Nobuko sensei and a keiko in the afternoon of another three and a half hours of Musō Jikiden Eishin ryū iaijutsu led by the 21th representative Sekiguchi Komei sensei.




The seminar was full of deshi of Sekiguchi and Shimizu sensei, as well four people named Sekiguchi of Eishin ryū by Kômei jyûkuchô: Sekiguchi Kennosuke, Sekiguchi Seisui, Sekiguchi Hitōmaru and Sekiguchi Kenryū.


My first keiko day in the seminar with Sekiguchi Komei sensei was on Monday the 23rd, however, my deshi from Zaragoza, Luis Alberto was already here the weekend. He was working the Tōhō Gohon kata and the Oku Iai series: Kasumi, Sune gakoi, Tōzume and Kabezoe. Apart they also trained the kata Deai and Kobushidori from the kumitachi series Tachi Uchi no Kurai Nanahon no Kata.

The first day of my seminar, we trained iaijutsu from the Bangai series. First the series Bangai sanbon and then the series Bangai Gohon or Toryū Bangai.




The day 24 was my first day of keiko of Ryōen ryū naginatajutsu with Shimizu Nobuko sensei. However, my deshi Luis Miguel and Mario and Luis Alberto, had already been here since Saturday. They have trained kihon, as well as the entire first series Shōden no bu, both in naginata and in kumitachi. They have also trained the first kata of the series Ryū no bu. As regards my first day of keiko of naginata, Shimizu opened the course asking me to direct the stretches and the suburi kihon, as well as the kumitachi of naginata against naginata. After we have reviewed each and every one of the kata of the series Ryū no bu.





In the afternoon session of Iaijutsu, we were training the kumitachi series Tsume Iai no Kurai, the tate hiza section, from the Hassō kata to the Kurai yurumi kata.

On the 25th the Ryōen keiko ryū naginatajutsu began by thoroughly reviewing the Kogarashi kata, and briefly the Shihô giri / Shihō barai kata, some enbu protocols, as well as reviewing the tantōjutsu work of the school.

In the keiko of Iaijutsu we were reviewing for two hours the different types of cuts that are made in the practice of shizan (tameshigiri) of the school. The remaining hour and a half is devoted to the kata Taki Guruma from Bangai Gohon and the kata of Kumitachi Suigetsutō from the series Tsume Iai no Kurai.





As usual in this seminar, the meals are carried out in a copious and delicious way thanks to the kindness of the family of the shibuchô of Paris, especially thanks to their parents, Paul and Monique.


On the 26th it was the last keiko of Naginata and we dedicated it to the kata Naginata no Mai, as a way to start to train into the third series Tora no bu: Hi omote and Hishō. Finally, we were able to study the kata Futae no nagiri and Nihen Gaeshi of the same superior series. It was a great course and once again I was delighted with the conversations with my teacher Shimizu Nobuko sensei.



The last keiko of iaijutsu was also the most intense. We started with a series of cutting practice for shizan (tameshigiri) and we continued with the study of the 11 kata of the first series Seiza no bu, in addition to the Bangai Iaijutsu series. To finish, we studied in depth the Kasumiken kata from the Tsume Iai no Kurai series of kumitachi. Once again it was an honor and a pleasure to receive corrections from the very hand 21 representative of the style, Sekiguchi Komei sensei.





From the Spain of Musō Jikiden Eishin ryū iaijutsu and Ryôen ryū naginatajutsu we want to thank the companions of Savigny for organizing this seminar and in special to Sekiguchi and Shimizu sensei for coming from so far country to enligth us with their wisdom in bujutsu and japanese culture.

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