Tojaran A historical and philosophical chapter preceeds the technical part. The way of the stick Because of the numerous queries to which no answers were given due to the fact that the book is out of print sincea Web specialist has scanned all the pages of the book. In Hong Kong, Pascal prepares himself for a long stay but, at the end ofthe Oil Shock drowns the project and only the three first issues are printed with three other issues laid out that never made it to the printshop. The frustration of not having thought of them himself is largely compensated by the enthusiastic adhesion of the majority of his students to this style, more classical but more realistic, in which the sword part refinds all its meaning. Chris Mansfield marked it as to-read Feb 15, Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Return to Book Page.
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As the the right foot is advanced, the right hand makes a large circular sliding along the jo to grip it at a point about one quarter of his length from the left hand. The front end of the jo is at eye level.
When taking this kamae, the back of the right hand should be vertical. The grip of the right hand is changed to hold the jo from beneath. In this kamae the palms of both hands are facing out. When practised without an opponent, the strikes are to the face. The jo is held at full length as it is raised above the head. The body is drawn backwards to receive the trust with the jo and the bokuto is immediately struck down. The bokuto is immediately struck down.
This technique can be performed either to the right or to the left. Shidachi accepts bokuto with the left hand below the tsuba. Uchidachi takes the jo with the left hand and becomes shidachi from now on. Uchidachi holding bokuto takes one step to the left and turns the bokuto so the edge points toward himself and brings it to normal carry position while stepping past shidachi, who transfers the jo to his right hand, and steps forward on the same line uchidachi moved aside to let shidachi pass.
Arriving at the starting position, uchidachi lowers the bokuto straightens arm and turns around right. Shidachi turns right in the usual fashion when arriving at his position point jo to floor, turn right.
It is then lowered, and the thumb is not placed on the tsuba. The end of the jo lowest in tsune no kamae touches the right shoulder from behind. It should not be seen protruding above the shoulder. Shidachi and uchidachi bow simultaneously at "rei". Shidachi must take care to keep the jo pressed against the shoulder. After bowing, Uchidachi returns the bokuto to the hip and replaces the thumb on the tsuba.
Edited by Shimizu Takatsugu. This is an almost complete manual of Shinto Muso Ryu Jodo. It is pages long, and has over photographs, detailing all of the techniques up to Menkyo no tanjo, jutte, etc.
It starts with the basic postures for holding the jo, and then moves through the basic solo techniques, paired practice of the basic techniques, and finally the Jodo Seitei Kata. Yoneno Sensei and Hiroi Sensei personally posed for all of the pictures in this excellent book. There was an accompanying book, now out of print.
Jodo Notebook: A guide to the way of the stick
Jodo Jodo is the way of the staff. Originally called Jojutsu, the name change to Jodo in This way of using the staff was devised by one master swordsman in the early s. Gonnosuke, like others of his time, developed his skills by engaging in many duels around the country.
Jodô : la voie du bâton = Jodô : the way of the stick
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Jodo the Way of the Stick
Jodo : way of the stick