The Bujinkan is an old system with roots deep in Japan's history. Today, Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu is practised around the world under various master teachers and in various schools, headed by Soke Hatsumi who was taught by Takamatsu Sensei.
There are teachers worldwide who can pass this art on to you if you have the will and the tenacity to stick with it. If possible, you should also consider training in Japan.
Training involves learning rolls, breakfalls, locks and strikes. It also involves learning both armed and unarmed combat. As with other arts, it also involves learning various kamae and kata.
If you are new to the Bujinkan but haven't yet read our FAQ then we suggest you take a look. You also take time to read the rules of the dojo.
To join in the training at the Bujinkan Nottingham Dojo you must:
- Be over 18 years old
- Have no unspent criminal convictions
- Possess any required doctors notes should you have any long term ailments or injuries
Additionally, all new prospective students are subject to a four week trial period.