JAPANESE BUJUTSU IN HONG KONG
Nihon Tai Jitsu is a creation of Roland Hernaez, based on Minoru Mochizuki’s Jujutsu with added techniques from Shorinji Kempo
Aunkai is a method of Bujutsu Tanren created by Minoru Akuzawa. It focuses on internal training to create a martial body
Kishinkai Aikido was created by Leo Tamaki and proposes an Aikido based on respect and kindness, while researching martial efficiency
Seishin Tanren Dojo
The name Seishin Tanren was chosen for our dojo by Akuzawa Minoru, founder of Aunkai Bujutsu. Seishin Tanren (精神鍛錬) means “spiritual forging”. The word Tanren has multiple meanings: exercising, forging, disciplining, tempering, kneading. The same way a sword has to be forged to remove the impurities of the metal, the body has to be trained to remove its impurities and tensions. This personal work is key to learn Bujutsu and at the heart of our training at the Seishin Tanren Dojo.
Forge your body through Aunkai training
Learn how to apply atemi, locks, throws, chokes, sutemi and much more
we organize regular seminars with exceptional masters
We train regularly in Japan and even demonstrate annually at the festival of the All Japan Budo Federation in Kyoto
What do they say about us?
We will be hosting an Aunkai workshop in Causeway Bay, in the Judo dojo of South China Athletic Association on Sunday October 14 from 6 to 8.30pm. This workshop will be a great opportunity to review the basics of Aunkai, explore body mechanics deeper and prepare for our upcoming workshops with experts from Japan! It’s Read more about Aunkai workshop – 14 October 2018[…]
As we continue to develop Aunkai in Hong Kong, we invited this time Miyakawa Kazuhisa, Hanshi, to lead a workshop. Miyakawa san is, along with Rob and Manabu, one of the first students of Akuzawa sensei, and one of the very few to have obtained a Hanshi licence. Read more about Aunkai workshop with Miyakawa Kazuhisa
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Serge Rebois is an expert in Nihon Tai Jitsu and Kyusho Jitsu, an advanced Judo practitioner as well as a Shiatsu therapist. A tireless researcher, he continues to improve, and recently started following the teachings of Paolo Bolaffio. He also authored many DVDs on Shiatsu and Kyusho Jitsu.
On 3rd June 2018, Aikido Honto Ryu and Seishin Tanren Dojo held for the first time a joint workshop on Aikido and Aunkai. Jerald Tai, 3rd dan Aikido, opened the session with warm up and basic Aikido techniques, explaining thoroughly the principles behind the techniques and the specific role of Uke in them. Jerald covered Read more about First joint Aikido / Aunkai workshop in Hong Kong[…]
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As I spent last week in Japan, I took the opportunity to go to Shizuoka and train at the mythical Gakunan dōjō (better known as Yoseikan dōjō) with Washizu sensei. This dōjō, formerly the dōjō and living place of the famous Mochizuki Minoru is in my opinion one of the landmarks of Japanese martial arts. Read more about Training at the Yoseikan dōjō in Shizuoka[…]