The author presents this work: Tambo Jutsu, his primary book in a series of three volumes about this peculiar weapon comparable to a short stick.
The technique of Tambo Jutsu first appeared within the kinds of Samurais in feudal Japan and expanded through the Ninjas Schools’ from the year 1868 to 1912. In the light of the Revolution of the Meiji Era a period of 230 years of airtight and isolation had finished. This, then, is when some Masters started to teach their abilities about foreign martial arts.
The idea of this book is built upon an adjustment of ancestral techniques to modern times on the foundation of the peculiar teaching methodology of Sensei Henry Binerfa, and not on the basis of traditional schools. In particular, he presents his concept for teaching gradually, and keeps nearness with the cultural and historical Japanese ancestry.
The content of this book embraces some basic aspects of the technique, such as: Stances, types of grips, blocking and striking techniques, and a section about self-defense to face punch, kicks, grips and weapons attack.
The techniques on this book are just a part of the syllabus for teaching Tambo Jutsu at ShinKaiDo Ryu school which comprise more than 12, 445 combinations for attacks and defense in Tambo Jutsu..