A PRACTICAL MARTIAL ART
Bujinkan is a vivid martial art tradition, that has continuously developed over more than 900 years, evolving with changes in society and weapons, equipment, fighting styles, and so on thereafter.
The grandmaster of our martial arts family, known as “Soke” in Japanese, has always shown us rigid ideas for combat, and the importance of breaking concepts, and taught us to move and react naturally and effortlessly. He has also shown us how weakness can be a strength and strength can be a weakness, and how a true martial arts tradition cannot survive if it only clings to past weapons. It requires updating and constant movement.
Today, Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu is practised by approximately 500,000 members worldwide, and there are about 15 Danish dojos (clubs) spread throughout the country.