Muzosa Info

Information about training at Muzosa Bujinkan Dojo of NYC.

Muzosa Assistant Instructors

All of Muzosa Dojo’s Assistant Instructors are black belt students. Part of their training is to help junior students in the dojo, which helps to elevate everyone’s abilities. Ray Keung Assistant Instructor Ray began training at New York Budo in 1999, before joining Muzosa in 2000. Ray was promoted to sandan (3rd degree black belt)…

About Muzosa Bujinkan Dojo of NYC

Collectively, the three kanji that make up the adjective “muzosa” can mean different things in Japanese: simple, artless, flowing it can also mean careless. This description perfectly sums up how we strive to practice our art. It should be simple, effective, efficient, perhaps even easy. It should be so simple and easy that to casual…

Brooklyn Bujinkan Martial Arts Classes

  Wednesday 7 pm – 9 pm Prospect Park    Wednesday nightsat Prospect Park click above for Google map   Our Wednesday night classes are in Prospect Park, near the 2/3 trains at Grand Army Plaza. Enter at Garfield and Prospect Park West and go up the small hill on the left just inside the…

Start Training: Starting Bujinkan Martial Arts at Muzosa

Whether you’re a new student or a Bujinkan veteran, we have easy options for you to get started at Muzosa. Stop by, have fun, and see what happens. Your first class is always free, and there’s never any pressure to join. Your first class is always free, so there’s no risk in trying it out….

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