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 separately. However, these martial arts can be fairly said to have given rise to a new style of martial art, called Budo Taijutsu.
As a martial art, Budo Taijutsu is still built upon the ancient traditions of its 9 composite martial arts. But as a living martial art, Budo Taijutsu is also intended to serve its practitioners in this modern age of firearms and complex legal and social contexts. In the era of modern egalitarian democracies (rather than feudal Japanese aristocracies), martial arts practitioners face challenges different from those of an earlier era.
At Muzosa Bujinkan Dojo, our training is intended to give students a firm basis in the 9 martial arts that make up the Budo Taijutsu. But our practitioners also study how to train and live in the modern world, with an eye on practical applications that go beyond mere physical fighting.