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This is a web site of Kan ou-Kan, which teaches
Muso Shinden Eishin-ryu Iai Heiho, Oishi Shinkage-ryu kenjutsu and Shibukawa Ichi-ryu jujutsu.
In Kan ou-Kan, training is not unreasonable or brute force. This is because we believe that the purpose of our martial arts training is to bring out our hidden abilities. The following three are the guidelines of Kan ou-kan practice.
We welcome people who live outside Japan come to practice. Of course, foreigners residing in Japan are also welcome.
Kan ou-Kan is a member of NIppon Kobudo Shinkokai (Society for the Promotion of Japanese Classical Martial Arts) and Nippon Kobudo Kyoukai (Japanese
Classical Martial Arts Association) .
Place (Hatsukaichi, Hiroshima)
Jukendojo at Nanao junior high school in Hastukaichi city
Budojo at "Suncherry" Hatsukaichi City Sports Center
Mon 19:00 - 21:00（Children 19:00 - 20:00）
Wed 19:00 - 21:00（Children 19:00 - 20:00）
Sat 14:00 - 15:00 (Children）15:00 - 17:00（Adults）
Monthly fee : 5,000JPY
You can participate as many as you can.
See the monthly schedule on face book page.
It is possible. Please contact in advance.
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This is a traditional Iai school, which was handed down in Tosa domain.
Unlike modern Iaido, which is commonly practiced today, Muso Shinden Eishen ryu Iai contains many forms, which are also practiced in pairs.
The founder Oishi Susumu innovated this system of Kenjutsu from Aisu Kage-ryu in Yanagawa domain at Kyusyu. Some of the changes Oishi Susumu made was an improved Bogu and Shinai. He also incorporated tsuki (stab) and dogiri (body cutting) techniques in the school. These techniques were rarely used at the time and were incorporated by Oishi Susumu into Bogu wearing matches.
This system of Jujutsu was developed and practiced in a rural area in Hiroshima domain during the Edo period.
In practice, students at first will learn bare-handed self-defense techniques against bare-handed attacks. As practice progresses, students will further learn how to defend themselves, by utilizing bare-handed techniques against short blades and even swords. Students also learn to protect themselves while utilising Hanbo, Rokushaku bo, Jitte, Fundo or Kusari-gama techniques against swords.
|Setagaya Branch||Setagaya, Tokyo|
|Yokohama Branch||Yokohama, Kanagawa|
|Nagoya Branch||Nagoya, Aichi|
|Osaka Branch||Suita, Osaka|
|Kure Branch||Kure, Hiroshima|
|Kurume Branch||Kurume, Fukuoka|
|Perth Branch||Perth, Australia|
|El Paso Branch||El Paso, USA|
|Port of Spain Branch||Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago|
Caution : Kan ou-kan techniques are taught only at the branches on the list above. A dojyo using our photos not listed above is irrelevant to us.
Membership Agreement of Kan ou-kan
1. Do not incorporate Kan ou-kan techniques into other schools of Budo.
2. Do not modify or redefine components of Kan ou-kan with personal opinion or selfish ideas.
3. Do not disclose information about Kan ou-kan history, kata, etc. without authorization unless it is information that Kan ou-kan has publicly announced or shared.
4. Do not criticize or slander other members of Kan ou-kan or other schools of Budo.
5. Do not practice Kan ou-kan techniques with non-members of Kan ou-kan, unless it is in a Kan ou-kan public seminar.
6. Do not show or demonstrate Kan ou-kan techniques without permission.
7. Do not become a member of other kobudo/koryu schools.
8. Do not use Kan ou-kan techniques recklessly.
9. Be honest in daily life.
10. Authorization to transmit the teachings or techniques of Kan ou-kan remains solely at the discretion of Kan ou-kan. If a member withdraws or ceases to be a member of Kan ou-kan, said person is no longer permitted to use, represent, transmit or convey any of the Kan ou-kan Koryu schools’ techniques or teachings.