Kobudo is a Japanese term that is used to describe Japanese martial arts that predate the Meiji restoration (1868).
Kobuto can be translated as Ko (old) Bu (martial) Do (way) "old martial art".
" Kobudo " series - Enshin ryu Iai sue monokiri by KOBASHI Nichiki Language : Japanese 34mn The main technique is Tsuki waza.
" Kobudo " series - Shingyoto-ryu ( Shinkeito-ryu ) kenjutsu by KATO Fumio Language : Japanese 20mn This kenjutsu became one of the 4 biggest dojo during Edo Era.
" Kobudo " series - Mizoguchi ha itto ryu kenjutsu réalisé par WADA Susumu Language : Japanese 22mn Kenjutsu school in the domain of Aizu (Fukushima prefecture today).
" Kobudo " series - Maniwa nen ryu kenjutsu by HIGUCHI Sadahiro Language : Japanese 28mn This style contains techniques of kenjutsu, naginata and Yarijutsu.
" Kobudo " Series - Hoki ryu Iaijutsu by HOSHINO Noritoshi Language : Japanese 30mn Created by the Iai master KATAYAMA Hisayasu.
Sekiguchi ryu Batto jutsu Language : Japanese 30mn Sekiguchi ryu Batto jutsu is originally a Jujutsu school in Kishu Domain of Tokugawa.
Kanemaki ryu Batto jutsu. Language : Japanese 28mn
" Kobudo " series - Shin tamiya ryu Iaijutsu Language : Japanese 21mn This technique is famous for its "deadly blow".
" Kobudo " series - Hokushin itto ryu kenjutsu by OZAWA Takeshi Language : Japanese 23mn Founded by Shusaku CHIBA. Some members of Shinsengumi as well as Ryoma SAKAMOTO learned this kenjutsu.
" Kobudo " series - Heiho niten ichi ryu kenjutsu Nitoryu Kenjutsu created by Musashi Miyamoto. Language : Japanese 38mn
" Kobudo " series - Onoha itto ryu kenjutsu Language : Japanese 47mn One of the main kenjutsu schools that has greatly influenced the modern kendo as well as other schools.
" Kobudo " series - Katori shinto ryu kenjutsu by Yasusada IIZASA Language : Japanese 21mn The oldest and most famous kenjutsu in Japan.