Bujinkan Ninjutsu is a comprehensive combative warfare martial art, not a sports orientated art.
It is taught to many of the world’s Special Forces, Security Agencies and Police Tactical Response groups. Strategies, techniques and philosophies that are used and taught, are based on life and death situations, and as such, are highly effective and in no way suitable for sport.
Ninjutsu covers a vast array of unarmed combat, self defence, weapons, both old and new, tactics, philosophy and much more. It is considered by many as the highest level of martial training.
Ninjutsu optimises the concept of self protection through martial training, and the ninja arts deal with not only the protection of the physical body, but of the mind and spirit as well. It does not rely on speed, power, strength or techniques, but develops a way of moving that allows the practitioner to prevail. It is therefore highly effective for women and people of all ages and abilities.
Bujinkan encompasses nine schools of Traditional Japanese martial arts – six Samurai schools and three Ninjutsu schools (ryu). Masaaki Hatsumi Sensei is the 34th Grandmaster of the Togakure Ryu (Soke) and the Head of Bujinkan Ninjutsu Dojos worldwide.
Adelaide Ninjutsu is affiliated with Soke Masaaki Hatsumi Sensei and the Japan Hombu Dojo. All of our members are registered with the Hombu Dojo and are given Japanese membership cards. Adelaide Ninjutsu is headed by Shihan Darren Horvath, 15th Dan Master Instructor.
Adelaide Ninjutsu is located in a private space and access is strictly by invitation only.
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