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 […]
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 […]
Here’s a question: how many people know “muzosa”? I’m sure everyone who’s reading this Journal would say “of course I know “muzosa.” It’s the name of our dojo, duh!!’, which is OK. However, how many people know the meaning behind the word “muzosa”?