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Seigo Okamoto, founder of the Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu Roppokai, demonstrates the fine points of the basic and advanced techniques of this soft-style of Daito-ryu. The Roppokai features many unusual unbalancing techniques seen in no other art. This tape includes a complete English voiceover of the explanations of more than 90 Daito-ryu techniques plus a fascinating interview with Okamoto Sensei.
One of the most significant events featuring aiki-related arts ever held, this demonstration commemorates the 50th anniversary of Sokaku Takeda Sensei’s death. Held on October 4, 1992 in the annex dojo of the Nippon Budokan, this unforgettable demonstration includes performances by some of the top practitioners of Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu, aikido, and classical Japanese martial arts.
The 39th All-Japan Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu Demonstration took place in Tokyo in July 1995. The event was hosted by the Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu Hombu Dojo headed by Katsuyuki Kondo Sensei. The lineup of teachers in attendance at this historic demonstration includes a long list of high-ranked Daito-ryu, aikido, and kobudo instructors.
This DVD is the perfect introduction to Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu for beginners and experienced martial artists alike. Expertly demonstrated by Soke Dairi Katsuyuki Kondo, Part one covers the tachiai ikkajo techniques of the hiden mokuroku transmission scrolls of the formerly secret Daito-ryu school.
Tachiai (10 techniques) / Ippondori, kurumadaoshi, gyakuudedori, koshiguruma, karaminage, uraotoshi, obiotoshi, kirigaeshi, kotegaeshi, shihonage. Contains complete English subtitles.
Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu by Katsuyuki Kondo Hombu-cho of the Tokyo Shimbukan Dojo. Volume two of this series continues with the essential basics of Daito-ryu and covers the following techniques:
Idori (10 techniques) / Ippondori, gyakuudedori, hijigaeshi, kurumadaoshi, shimegaeshi, dakijime, karaminage, kotegaeshi, nukitedori, hizajime; Hanza handachi; (5 techniques) / Hanminage, uraotoshi, zori, kataotoshi, iriminage; Ushirodori (5 techniques) / Tachieridori, ryokatahineri, ryohijigaeshi, dakijimedori, kataotoshi.