著者
村山 輝志
出版者
日本武道学会
雑誌
武道学研究 (ISSN:02879700)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.9, no.1, pp.10-19, 1976-07-31 (Released:2012-11-27)
参考文献数
30

Change of judging rule of Judo and Kendo as BUDO is summarized in an introduction, The origin of each article and the background of its revised or supplemented ones are discussed in details. The main object of this report is interpretation on the reason why these revised and supplemented articles have been derived.The interpretation was infered from technical, tactical, and restrictive aspects of the rules. Especially it was done on the original character of BUDO.
著者
村山 輝志 松川 哲男
出版者
日本武道学会
雑誌
武道学研究 (ISSN:02879700)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.25, no.3, pp.10-20, 1993-03-30 (Released:2012-11-27)
参考文献数
17

This paper will discuss the process by which various Budo schools were introduced to the Satsuma feudal clan during the Edo era. Martial arts prospered in the beginning of the Edo of period, and prospered again during the last days of the Shogunate. This happened all over Japan.Budo was introduced to Satsuma in 3 days.(1) Martial arts were taught by masterless samurai who came to Satsuma from other parts of Japan.(2) Martial arts were taught by Satsuma samurai who learned Martial arts in Kyoto or Edo.(3) Martial arts were taught by samurai who set up their own schools after learning from either the masterless samurai or the Satsuma samurai who had travelled to Kyoto or Edo.The Notachi-jigen school and Tachi-school are two Jigen-school started their own schools. Both the Notachi-jigen and Tachi-schools taught the skills that their founders had learned in the Jigen school.
著者
村山 輝志
出版者
日本武道学会
雑誌
武道学研究 (ISSN:02879700)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.24, no.3, pp.8-15, 1992-03-31 (Released:2012-11-27)
参考文献数
21

In the Edo era, a Budo trainee who wished to enter a Budo school had to present a written oath before he become a disciple. This thesis considered the substance of a written oath of the Gigen school, which prospered in the Satsuma feudal clan.The first part of the written oath is composed of a promise not to teach the technique and theory to other people. The next part is a note of understanding that the trainee may be punished by God if he breaks his promise.Why did the trainee promise to keep the theory and technique secret ?(1) Students were conferred full masterships by the teacher after under going Violent disciplines.(2) They were educated in skills and theory that included religion. Therefore, they must be disciplined for a long time.(3) Some one who is not disciplined does not understand it because he has not experienced it.When the disciple received full mastershis, it was done in a solemn ceremony with the disciple presenting a written oath to the teacher. At that time the disciple received his license.The entrance ceremony, methods of training and imitation rites for the Gigen school of Budo closely resemble those for the Shingon religion. As the Shingon religion is much older than Budo, this suggests that Tigen Budo was influenced by Shingon.
著者
前阪 茂樹 村山 輝志
出版者
日本武道学会
雑誌
武道学研究 (ISSN:02879700)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.26, no.2, pp.34-41, 1993-12-28 (Released:2012-11-27)
参考文献数
2

This “Jigen” school was founded by Togo-chui about 1600 A. D.The curriculum of this Jigen-school consists of principles, the firm grassing of wood sword, the quickness of the motion, the skills to beat, the dignity, and gazing at the opponent.In this treatise the quickness of the motion will be dealt with, and the way to get this skill will also be dealt with.To get the quick skill we must be accustomed to the distance between us and the opponent, and the quick motion of legs and hands. Further-more we must be innocent, must take to and a half steps within a pulse, when we attach the opponent. It is important to “Shout”, too. It is necessary for us to have half a breath left, and use various kinds of skills according to the movement of the opponents.