Developed by Lieutenant Colonel Fumio Manaka, the international Jinenkan organization is a complete martial art system characterized by it’s traditions of authentic Kobudō, the classical fighting forms of Japan’s Samurai.
Taijutsu was among many other terms that originate before jūjutsu to classify a particular school’s catalog of hand to hand techniques among the bushi and warrior class.
The study of classical and primitive weaponry allows a student to conform their skills to practically any instrument they’re capable of picking up.
Kenjutsu supplements a student's path in Jissen Kobudō as it builds a stronger foundation and comprehension of taijutsu application.
It’s critical that young people have a rock solid support network of mentors and peers who consistently highlight positive ethics and values, self-confidence, goal setting and mental, spiritual and physical strength.
Quality martial arts training for children is centered on teaching them how to live, not fight.
Since 2006, our goal has been to offer the highest level training resource on the web for serious practitioners of our martial art and ultimately help students who lacked leadership in their area.
Eleven years later, our platform has served hundreds of students from seventeen countries.
Literally translated, Jinenkan means "Hall of Nature" and represents Unsui Sensei's feeling of his martial arts being like the natural flow of the elements. Just as the wind can pass around any obstacle and leave no trace, or alternately can destroy anything in its path.