English name Bouncing Hand

This is from the Kata Gyokko Ryu Ninjutsu Kosshijutsu Jo ryaku no maki

This is from the Ryu Ha Gyokko Ryu Ninjutsu

Short Description Arm grab, push elbow, shuto, kick to noa, ura gyaku

Danshu (Bouncing Hand)


This technique"s name means to strike with a bouncing shuto. The important point is, after striking with the left, use the rebound to strike with the shuto as though you are cutting the Uke.

Both clasp both hands in Tenryaku Uchu Gassho and bow to each other. Then, both you and the Uke stand in Ichimonji no Kamae.

The Uke grabs the end of your right sleeve with his left hand. You step out with the right foot and stoop low to the right. Roll the palm of your right hand under to the Ukes elbow. As you raise your hips, press onto the Ukes elbow and turn it as in Musha Dori, but lightly, and with one hand instead of two.

The Uke punches to Men with the right fist. You receive this with the left fist. Keep hold of the Ukes sleeve. Then, you rock forwards and strike the Uke to Uko with Omote Shuto with the feeling of cutting with a sword.

Keep hold of the Ukes sleeve. Hold the left shoulder with your left hand and kick to the outside of the Ukes left knee with your right foot to collapse the Ukes leg. This is intended to break the knee. Then, place both hands on the Ukes elbow and put pressure onto it whilst dropping your weight to drop the Uke.

This is intended to break the elbow. Lastly, kick to either:

1, The Ukes Butsumetsu with the right toes or,

2, The Ukes Wakitsubo with the right heel.


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