Tomo-ryu Shinobijutsu Shoden no maki, is a reference book to the modern day practice of the Tomo-ryu Koka Ninjutsu tradition. This tradition at one time was said to be one of the most powerful... More > samurai shinobi clans in the Shiga prefecture of Japan.
This book documents and lists all of the skills, knowledge, and philosophy that is taught on the first scroll of the Tomo-ryu; "Shoden-no-maki".
Tomo-ryu Shinobijutsu Shoden no maki is not just for the current students of the school, but for future generations who are seeking the truth of the Koka Shinobi.
CHAPTER 1: REKISHI
CHAPTER 2: MEIYO
CHAPTER 3: SHODEN GATA
CHAPTER 4: KEIKO
CHAPTER 5: KOBU KAKUSHIGOTO
CHAPTER 6: NINKI
CHAPTER 7: ZETSUMEIJUTSU
CHAPTER 8: KUNOICHI
CHAPTER 9: SANJUROKO-KEI
CHAPTER 10: TENCHIJIN NO HO
CHAPTER 11: TOMO RYU HIDENSHO
CHAPTER 12: HIDEN< Less
Koka Ryu Kempo (甲賀流拳法) was constructed by Soke Anshu Christa Jacobson as a system for self-improvement, self-discipline and self-protection. Soke Anshu trained in... More > many different kenpo / kempo systems and wanted to compile all of her training into one practice of kempo calling it, "Koka-ryu Kempo", which translates out as: “Koka School of Fist Fighting”.
Koka-ryu Kempo Heiho Densho!
甲賀流拳法 兵法 伝書
Chapter 1: Rekishi (History & Tradition)
Chapter 2: Jinseikan (Philosophy)
Chapter 3: Goshinjutsu (Art of Self-Protection)
Chapter 4: Hojo Undo (Supplemental Exercise)
Chapter 5: Kobudo (Old Warrior Ways)
Chapter 6: Shoden Gata (Initial Level Transmission)
Chapter 7: Kata (Forms)
Chapter 8: Kyusho (Vital Points)
Chapter 9: Kempo Deshi (Kempo Student)
* Author’s Notes
* Bibliography< Less