January weapon of the month This month we’ll be working with the hanbo and knife.
Muzosa Bujinkan Dojo teaches the Japanese martial art of Budo Taijutsu. Budo Taijutsu is a unique art in that it’s actually composed of 9 separate martial arts that have been brought together under a single organization, called the Bujinkan. Each of the 9 martial arts have their own traditions and techniques that can be taught […]
Franz Sigel Park 153rd & Grand Concourse Bronx, NY Our Bronx classes are easily accessible from both the east and west sides of the Bronx. Take the 2/4/5 trains to 149th St. / Grand Concourse and walk north to 153rd and Grand Concourse. Sunday 11 am – 1 pm Basics For […]
Our Central Park classes are near the B/C trains at 72nd St., or near the 1/2/3 trains at 72nd St. Walk into Central Park from 72nd St. and follow the road down the hill as it enters the main loop. Cross into the park at the traffic light at the main loop. From the street […]
Wednesday 7 pm – 9 pm Brooklyn click above for Google map Our Wednesday classes are in Prospect Park, near the 2/3 trains at Grand Army Plaza. Enter the park at Montgomery Drive and Prospect Park West. The training area is on the left inside the entrance area.
Our Central Park classes are near the B/C trains at 72nd St., or near the 1/2/3 trains at 72nd St. Walk into Central Park from 72nd St. and follow the road down the hill as it enters the main loop. Cross into the park at the traffic light at the main loop. From the […]
New York Chinese Cultural Center 390 Broadway, 2nd floor New York, NY 10013 Conveniently located near the N, R, Q, W, 6, J, M, and Z trains at the Canal Street station (Canal/Broadway), and only a five minute walk from the 1 train at the Canal Street station (Canal/Varick). Monday 8 pm – […]
Pearl Studios500 Eighth AVenue, Room 1206 New York, NY 10018 Conveniently located just steps from the A/C/E trains at the 34th Street station, a block away from the 1/2/3 trains at the 34th Street station (7th Avenue), and two blocks from the N/Q/R/W trains and the B/D/F/M trains at the 34th Street stations (6th Avenue). […]
Hatsumi-sensei was born on December 2, 1931, in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. He studied Asian and Western martial (including judo, karate, and boxing), fine arts, soccer, gymnastics, acting, and dancing. At the age of 27 he began studying the martial arts traditions taught by Toshitsugu Takamatsu. As Takamatsu’s last and only “true” student, in 1972 […]
The Bujinkan Dojo was organized in the early 1970’s by Masaaki Hatsumi. This organization is comprised of nine distinct schools of ancient Japanese martial arts, with traceable histories from the 9th century and earlier. Hatsumi-sensei inherited these ryuha from his teacher, the late Toshitsugu Takamatsu, in 1972.The Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu system of martial arts emphasizes […]