English name Figure Ten Posture
This is from the Kata Gyokko Ryu Ninjutsu Kosshijutsu Tai hen jutsu
This is from the Ryu Ha Gyokko Ryu Ninjutsu
Jumonji no Kamae (Figure Ten Posture) Tai Hen Jutsu
Stand in Jumonji no Kamae. The Uke stands in Dai Jodan no Kamae. The Uke cuts down. Step back with the left foot to avoid the cut and then leap back in with the left foot leading. Strike to Uko with a right Ura Shuto - then switch step (leaping) - strike to other side Uko with a left Ura Shuto. Then quickly leap away to escape. Zanshin.
The 2 Ura Shuto can also be Omote Shuto - also, this should be practiced left and right.
Migi Jumonji no kamae
Both you and the Uke are in Jumonji no Kamae (right foot forward). The Uke strikes to Men with a left Fudo Ken. Step back slightly with the left foot and drop the hips. Receive the strike with your . right knuckles to Hoshi. Then, strike to Kimon with right Shito Ken. Raise the hips and pass your right hands fingers across the Ukes eyes as Metsubushi. Zanshin Step back with the right leg into the opposite side Jumonji no Kamae (left foot forward). Again, the Uke strikes to Men with a right Fudo Ken. Step back slightly with the right foot and drop the hips. Receive the strike with your left knuckles to Hoshi. Then, strike to Kimon with a right Shito Ken. Raise the hips and pass your left hands fingers across the Ukes eyes as Metsubushi. Step back with the left leg into Migi Jumonji no kamae. Zanshin.
Hidari Jumonji no kamae This is the same as the last technique, but done on the left.
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