DVD about Iaido and Kenjutsu.

They are classified by Ryu-ha (school).

Iaido,Kenjutsu There are 64 products.


  • Kashima shin ryu

    Kashima shin ryu is a Japanese martial arts school that has existed for about five centuries.
    It includes jiu-jitsu, Batto-jutsu, naginata-jutsu, Bo-jutsu, Jo-jutsu, So-jutsu and Shuriken-jutsu.

  • Shingyoto...

    Shingyoto ryu is a Japanese koryū swordsmanship style that was founded in 1682 by Iba Josuiken Hideaki.  The name roughly translates as "mind shape/form sword school".

  • Kobudo

    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".

  • Yagyu shinkage ryu

    Yagyu shinkage ryu is one of the oldest Japanese schools of swordsmanship (kenjutsu).

  • KURODA Tetsuzan

    DVD of KURODA Tetsuzan, the president of Shinbukan Kuroda Dojo, and Soke of 5 schools of  Kobudo.

  • Itto ryu

    Itto Ryu, meaning "one-sword school", is the ancestor school of several Japanese Koryu Kenjutsu styles.

  • Battodo

    Batto do is a Japanese martial art that cuts objects with a Japanese sword.

  • Grand Masters

    DVD of grand masters.

  • Katori shinto ryu

    Tenshin Shoden Katori Shinto Ryu is one of the oldest Japanese martial arts schools, Koryu Bujutsu.

  • Hokushin itto ryu

    Hokushin Itto Ryu is the school of Kenjutsu and Naginata founded by Chiba Shusaku in the late Edo period (1822).

  • Tennen rishin ryu

    Tennen Rishin Ryu is a school of bujutsu, which includes kenjutsu, iaijutsu, jujutsu , bojutsu, kappo, kiaijutsu etc.

    Tennen Rishin Ryu was founded during the period from 1789 until 1800 by Mr. Kuranosuke KONDO and originates from Kashima Shinto Ryu.

  • Muso jikiden eishin ryu

    Muso jikiden eishin ryu is a Japanese sword art school and one of the most widely practiced schools of iai in the world.

  • Muso shinden ryu

    Muso Shinden Ryu is a school of Iido. In the Taisho era (beginning of 20th century) , Nakayama Hiroku who learned Musokin Shinbuden Hideyoshi Ryu and Musou Wataru Hidenobu ryu, founded this school by adding his unique ideas. It became the mother of modern Iaido with Musou Jikiden Eishin Ryu.

  • Kashimajikishinkagé ryu

    Kashima jikishinkage ryu, sometimes called only Jikishinkage-ryū or Kashima Shinden, is a traditional Japanese martial school (koryu) of Kenjutsu. It was founded in the middle of the 19th century on the basis of older fencing styles and is one of the few koryu still active to this day.

  • Hyoho niten ichi ryu

    Hyoho Niten Ichi Ryu is a koryu, Japanese school of Kenjutsu, founded by the famous Miyamoto Musashi. This school is mainly known for the use of two swords, katana and wakizashi.

  • Suio ryu

    Suio ryu is a style of classical Japanese Bujutsu. It was founded by Mima Yoichizaemon Kagenobu at the end of the Sengoku period.

  • Yakumaru zigen ryu (...

    Yakumaru Zigen Ryu (Jigen ryu) is a traditional school of Japanese martial arts founded in the late 16th century by Togo Chui (1561-1643) in Satsuma Province, now Kagoshima prefecture, Kyushu, Japan.
    Zigen ryu is known for its emphasis on the first strike: the teachings state that a second strike is not even to be considered.

  • Mugai ryu

    Mugai ryu is a Japanese koryu martial art school founded by Tsuji Gettan Sukemochi in 1680.

  • Zen nihon todo renmei
  • Yagyu shingan ryu

    Yagyu Shinkage ryu is one of the oldest Japanese schools of Kenjutsu.

  • Shushin ryu Iai Jutsu
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