IAIJUTSU KATA PDF

Iaido is associated with the smooth, controlled movements of drawing the sword from its scabbard or saya , striking or cutting an opponent, removing blood from the blade, and then replacing the sword in the scabbard. Practitioners of iaido are often referred to as iaidoka. The term "iaido" approximately translates into English as "the way of mental presence and immediate reaction ", [9] [12] and was popularized by Nakayama Hakudo. Iaido encompasses hundreds of styles of swordsmanship, all of which subscribe to non-combative aims and purposes. Iaido is an intrinsic form of Japanese modern budo.

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Usu-zumi — black of calligraphy charcoal , stroking line, sweeping. Yatsu-nami — 8 waves 8 is lucky, waves of attack. Kai-shaku — help to commit harikiri. Uke-nagashi — receive without stopping. Zan-getsu — mountain, moon; moon appears behind mountain.

Tama-guruma — precious stone beautiful, expensive , big wheel. Nuki-uchi — simple, fast cut. Itoma-goi — say goodbye manner, make partner loose attention. Rai-otoshi — thunder strike. Hagai-gaeshi — like a bird flapping wings for take off. Tai-ryu — big dragon. Shinobi-gaeshi — patient cut.

Shime-guruma — kill and bleed out shime , big wheel for shimeru. Chidori-gaeshi — bird, walk like drunk. Foot work is same as chidori. Konoha-otoshi — falling leaf, otoshi… small wind, but leave falls. Sui-ryu — water stream.

Toride-gaeshi — grab hand, cut. Mai-chou — flying, butterfly. Ran-ka — suddenly change live revolution , flower. Oki-tsunami — far away in the sea tsunami.

Tsunami comes from far away. Oi-uchi — chase and cut. Shigoki-taoshi — body attach body check , take down. Tsurube-otoshi — letting go of a water pale in a well, when sun goes down fast, dropping quickly. Shigure-otoshi — sudden downpour. Kuruma-giri — big wheel cut.

Kosode-otoshi — forearm cut. Taka-no-tsume — elbow grab like a hawk on a rabbit. Uki-fune — floating ship. Yo-arashi — strong wind and rain at night. Jumoku-daoshi — turn over a big piece of wood. Un-ryu — cloud dragon. Instructor Links Blog Forum. Article on hasuji. Calgary Rakushinkan website under construction. I got credited in a Scientific American blog. Iaito and Iaido. Itto-Ryu Poem. Josh is back. May 26 Class. More pics of my nicest katana. My nicest katana - Part 1: Koshirae. New Domain - www.

New iaito pics. Oct 13 visit by Lyall Sensei. On Vacation. Pattern Practice. Rakushinkan Kids! RDS iaito review. Site indexed. Thursday, June 9th. Weekday afternoon class. Join us! Aikido and Aikijujtsu. Mugen Shinto Ryu Iaijutsu kata. Below is the list of the iai kata which compromise the Mugen Shinto Ryu style. Links Rakushinkan Kids! Suwari waza: 1. Usu-zumi — black of calligraphy charcoal , stroking line, sweeping 3. Yatsu-nami — 8 waves 8 is lucky, waves of attack 4.

Kai-shaku — help to commit harikiri 6. Uke-nagashi — receive without stopping 8. Zan-getsu — mountain, moon; moon appears behind mountain Tama-guruma — precious stone beautiful, expensive , big wheel Nuki-uchi — simple, fast cut Itoma-goi — say goodbye manner, make partner loose attention Handachi waza: 1.

Rai-otoshi — thunder strike 2. Hagai-gaeshi — like a bird flapping wings for take off 3. Tai-ryu — big dragon 4. Shinobi-gaeshi — patient cut 5. Shime-guruma — kill and bleed out shime , big wheel for shimeru 7. Foot work is same as chidori 8. Konoha-otoshi — falling leaf, otoshi… small wind, but leave falls 9.

Sui-ryu — water stream Toride-gaeshi — grab hand, cut Mai-chou — flying, butterfly Tachi waza: 1. Ran-ka — suddenly change live revolution , flower 2. Oi-uchi — chase and cut 4. Shigoki-taoshi — body attach body check , take down 5. Tsurube-otoshi — letting go of a water pale in a well, when sun goes down fast, dropping quickly 6. Shigure-otoshi — sudden downpour 8. Kuruma-giri — big wheel cut 9. Kosode-otoshi — forearm cut Taka-no-tsume — elbow grab like a hawk on a rabbit Uki-fune — floating ship Jumoku-daoshi — turn over a big piece of wood Un-ryu — cloud dragon

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Iaido Katas

Iaijutsu is a combative sword-drawing art but not necessarily an aggressive art because iaijutsu is also a counterattack-oriented art. Iaijutsu technique may be used aggressively to wage a premeditated surprise attack against an unsuspecting enemy. Historically, it is unclear when the term "iaijutsu" originated. It is also unclear when techniques to draw katana from the scabbard were first practiced as a dedicated form of exercise. The Japanese sword has existed since the Nara period — , where techniques to draw the sword have been practiced under other names than 'iaijutsu'.

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However, the more literal breakdown of Iaijutsu illuminates its deeper purpose. The Iaijutsu student practices not to defeat others, but rather to defeat the things within them that prevent their self-development. Iaijutsu is practiced as a series of kata. Each kata begins with the individual calmly sitting or standing with their sword sheathed. Then, one or more perceived assailants suddenly attack the individual. The individual must draw his sword and perform a cut or series of cuts to defend themselves.

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