We offer DVD of more than 20 categories of martial arts such as Aikido, Iaido, Kenjutsu, Kendo, Jujitsu, Judo, Karate, Joto, Ninjutsu, Naginata, Kyudo even Chinese martial arts. With these DVD, you learn the techniques of great masters as if you attend their classes. Some DVD can only be purchased in Japan.
DVD on Iaido and Kenjutsu, classified by Ryu-ha (school).
DVD of Japanese Aikido masters twho explain the basics of this martial art, different techniques of Aikido, how to breathe properly during training and other valuable content for both beginners and high-ranking practitioners.
We offer DVDs of Japanese kendo, martial art descending from ancient kenjutsu styles. You will find movies featuring famous Japanese masters as well as images of historical competitions.
DVD of the greatest masters of Japanese Judo in the history of this martial art founded by Jigoro Kano and that became one of the most practiced martial disciplines in the world. Judo experienced a boom following the many victories of Ronda Rousey - Olympic Games bronze medalist in 2008 - at the UFC, the largest MMA organization to date, which earned her the world belt in the bantamweight category.
DAITO RYU was founded by SHINRA SABURO MINAMOTO Yoshimitsu (1045-1127). For 800 years, TAKEDA-Ké (TAKEDA house) kept secret and developed this martial art.
DVD of Yoshinkan Aikido, which is a style developed in the Yoshinkan Dojo of Gozo Shioda (1915–1994) at the end of World War II.
Ninjutsu is a set of traditional arts and techniques practiced by some spies of feudal Japan called shinobi and better known in the West as ninjas.
Large assortment of DVDs on karate - the art of the Empty Hand - featuring different styles of karate from Okinawa and Japan, as well as the greatest Japanese masters of karate.
Jodo Is a Japanese martial art where a jō, a straight stick of 1 meter 28 long and 2.5 cm in diameter, is used.
Kyudo is the Japanese martial art of archery based on kyujutsu ("art of archery"), which originated with the samurai class of feudal Japan.
Sojutsu.Sojutsu is Japanese martial arts with yari launches.
Jujitsu - also called Jiujitsu or Jujutsu is a very complete hand-to-hand combat method that allows to immobilize and incapacitate an opponent, regardless of his or her size.
Naginata is a martial art that uses the naginata (the very long and curved blade).
DVD of Bukijutsu, martial art that includes Shurikenjutsu, Juttejutsu and Kusarigamajutsu.
Kobudo Taikai :The demonstration by old school of Japanese martial arts.
Yoseikan Budo is a Japanese martial art founded by Minoru Mochizuki. Minoru Mochizuki, born in 1907, started judo at KODOKAN in 1926, practiced with Kyuzo MIFUNE. In 1928, he began to practice: Iaido (with NAKAYAMA Hakudo), Ken jutsu (KATORI SHINTO RYU), Bo jutsu, Jujitsu. In 1930, he started with Aikido Ueshiba Morihei recommeded by Kano Jigoro. In 1931, he created his dojo in Shizuoka YOSEIKAN DOJO gave the course the cops and military. In 1938, he was the consul in Mongolian, gave the course of Japanese martial arts. In 1946, entering Japan in 1951, staying for 1year France. In 1956, promoted to 5 dan Kendo, Jodo 5dan in 1959, 7 dan Kodokan Judo. In 1976, named Zen Nihon Kodan Sha Judo Kai (The High-ranking member of Japan Judo) In 1999, arrived in France. died , May,30, 2003.
Akira HINO does a lot of theoretical and practical research on BUDO (Japanese martial art). His method allows everyone to develop harmonious and effective movements.
Aunkai is a Japanese martial art whose study focuses on optimal efficiency of body movements.
KONO Yoshinori Born in Tokyo in 1949. A Japanese martial arts expert who is one of the most famous in Japan. Researching the theme "human nature.". KONO has learnt AIKIDO ( YAMAHUCHI seigo), Kashima Shin Ryu (kenjutsu Jyujitsu) Negishi Ryu (Shuriken jutsu, Naginata jutsu, Iai jutsu), in 1978 he founded his Shuseikan school. Since then, he has taught his method to people from different fields of activities: soccer / baseball / basketball teams, musicians, nurses, engineers, teachers, etc.
Daito-ryu aikibujutsu A to Z vol. 4 -SOGAWA Kazuoki Language: Japanese 45mn The essence of Saigo ha Daito Ryu Aiki-Jutsu presented in this DVD, which will teach you the secret techniques of this art.
Daito-ryu aikibujutsu A to Z vol.5 -SOGAWA Kazuoki Language: Japanese 45mn The essence of Saigo ha Daito Ryu Aiki-Jutsu presented in this DVD, which will teach you the secret techniques of this art.
Daito ryu Aikibujutsu seminaire Kazuoki SOGAWA Language : Japanese 60mn Outstanding seminar with the head of the Sogawa family of Saigo ha Daito Ryu and his students.
Daito ryu Aiki jujutsu- Katsuyuki KONDO Language: Japanese/ English(subtitle) 112mn This DVD enhances a better understanding of Daitoryu: history, demonstrations, explanations, techniques and interview of KONDO.
Gha suru Aiki - Takeo NISHIKIDO Language: Japanese 60mn "Aiki together": you can learn the techniques of Daitoryu Aikijutsu Kodo from beginner level to high level.
Daitoryu Aikibudo Hiden- Kenkichi OGAMI Language: Japanese 41mn The secret techniques of Daitoryu demonstrated by master OGAMI, 8th dan and president of Daobudo Dojo.
Jodo nyumon /Jodo for beginners: Kenji MATSUI Language : Japanese 45mn Kenji MATSUI teaches the basic techniques in this DVD.
Shinto muso ryu jojutsu Nyumon hen (beginner) - MATSUI Kenji Language : Japanese 82mn Shinto Muso-ryu jojutsu is one of the most useful Jo technique in combat.
Shinto muso ryu jojutsu-Jutsugi hen (Techniques 1 ): Kenji MATSUI Language : Japanese 50mn Second volume of the series "Shinto muso ryu jojutsu" Shinto Muso-ryu jojutsu is one of the most useful Jo technique in combat.
Shinto muso ryu jojutsu jutsugi hen 2 (Techniques 2) - Kenji MATSUI Language : Japanese 50mn The third volume of the series of "Shinto muso ryu jojutsu" Shinto Muso-ryu jojutsu is one of the most useful Jo technique in combat.
Dento no Kyoto taikai-Jo, Naginata the 39th Kyoto Taikai in 1991 Language : Japanese 47mn 39th KYOTO Exposition: demonstration of Japanese traditional martial arts in 1991
Nihon Kendogata Language : Japanese 36mn By Sasaburo TAKANO /Hakudo NAKAYAMA /Goro SAIMURA /Moriji MOCHIDA