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Published on Jul 7, 2018
Bujinkan ( 武神館) Hall of Divine Warrior Takagiyoshin-ryu Juttaijutsu (高木楊心流柔体術 其之三)High Tree, Raised Heart School Takagi Yoshin Ryu is Samurai elite bodyguard in Edo period. The techniques are designed to be applied in a very fast manner so the opponent cannot roll or escape. Soke Masaki Hatsumi is 17th Grandmaster of Takagi Yoshin ryu Juttaijutsu . Following this in 1645, he began studying under Ito Kii no Kami learning and mastering techniques of Yari, Naginata, Shuriken and Taijutsu. Takagi would later follow in his father’s footsteps as a Kenjutsu Shinan-Yaku or master sword teacher, of the Shiraishi domain,which served Katakura Kodziro,the Lord of Shiraishi castle in Mitsu no kuni. Takagi Yoshin ryu Juutaijutsu founded byTakagi Oriemon Shigetoshi ,was born into the Samurai caste in 2nd January 1625, the son of Inatobi Sanzaemon – a Kenjutsu Shinan-Yaku of the Shiraishi domain. Takagi’s father was murdered in an ambush. When he learned of his father’s murder, he recalled something his father had constantly said: ….a willow (yoboku) is strong and flexible, while a tall tree (takagi) will break After he avenged his father’s murder, he took the name Yoshin Ryu Takagi Oriemon Shigetoshi. On 15th August 1695,the Emperor Higashiyama appointed Takagi Oriemon Shigetoshi to the position Shihan in 6 arts,Imperial Bodyguard,and Instructor of imperial castle guarding. Takagi passed away in 1711. Takagi Yoshin ryu Soke Lineage : -Takagi Oriemon Shigetoshi (b. 1625 – d. 1711) -Takagi Umannosuke Shigesada (b. 1655 – d. 1746) -Takagi Gennoshin Hideshige (d. 1702 ) -Ohkuni Kihei Shigenobu Genroku era (1688) -Ohkuni Yakuburo Nobutoshi -Ohkuni Tarodayu Tadanobu -Ohkuni Kihei Yoshisada -Ohkuni Yozaemon Yoshisada -Nakayama Jinnai Sadahide -Ohkuni Takezaemon Hidenobu -Nakayama Kaemon Sadasaka -Ohkuni, Kamahura Hidetoshi -Yagi Ikugoro Hisayashi Tempo era (1830-1844) -Fujita Fujigoro Hisayoshi -Mizuta Yoshitaro Tadefusa -Takamatsu Toshitsugu (b. 1887 – d. 1972 ) -Hatsumi Masaaki (b. 1931 – present)