The Bujinkan – links

These pages provide some information about Ninjutsu, The Bujinkan, and my experiences training in the martial arts. They do not represent the Bujinkan. I have provided some links to other web sites with useful information about the martial art.


“Bujinkan”, which means “Divine Warrior Hall,” was formed in 1975 by Hatsumi Sensei in order to honor his only true teacher and Late Soke – Takamatsu Toshitsugu Uoh.

The Bujinkan is an international organisation for pracitioners of Ninjutsu under the current Grand Master – Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi. Ours is the first generation of Westerners to be exposed to the teachings of the nine traditions. There are many schools all over the globe that are affiliated with the Bujinkan. If you are interested in a Ninjutsu school which is genuinely affiliated with Japan, the history of the budo traditions and a network of practitioners – the Bujinkan schools are a great place to start.

There is a lot of information in the sites below if you are interested in

  • Finding a Ninjutsu school
  • Learning more about the history and lineage of Ninjutsu
  • Upcoming events and seminars
  • Details of techniques
  • Tons of people dishing out their 10 cents worth

Guidelines for the Bujinkan can be found at – Bujinkan Hompage

A great source of information on Ninjutsu the Bujinkan is – Winjutsu.com

A site with loads of details and a great links page – Remi Pulwer’s Budo Pages

My current instructors website – Craig Guest’s Martial Arts – I highly recommend Craig’s classes and the classes taken by other teachers. Craig currently teaches in Preston and St. Kilda (Melbourne, Australia) and has a lot to offer. Craig’s dojos are well equipt and have padded floors which makes the whole learning experience more enjoyable.

If you find any good links – please send them to me to add here.. especially Australian linksEMAIL

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