Japan's Complete Fighting System Shin Kage Ryu by Robin L. Rielly

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  • Master the extremely effective but relatively unknown Shin Kage Ryu jiu jitsu with this illustrated martial arts book.


Binding Hardcover
Publisher Tuttle
Country of Origin Japan
Number of Pages 320
Pubilcation Date 1989
Condition New

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  • Karate Book
  • by Robin L. Rielly
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  • Classic book
  • Great read

Japan's Complete Fighting System Description

Master the extremely effective but relatively unknown Shin Kage Ryu jiu jitsu with this illustrated martial arts book.

Shin Kage Ryu jiu jitsu has existed as a fighting system for over two hundred years, and the literal meaning of the three characters is "spirit shadow way." Originating in Japan and influenced by Okinawan fighting systems, the art has evolved into one that incorporates karate-like kicks, punches, and strikes, as well as the throwing, grappling, and joint techniques of judo. Thus, Shin Kage Ryu is a complete fighting system, one that combines the best elements of karate with those of jujutsu.

The unique mix of disciplines in Shin Kage Ryu makes it possible to fight with an opponent in an upright position and, if necessary, take him to the ground and score a victory by grappling or choking. Students are also taught extensive attack and defense techniques with both the sword and knife.

'On the back' of Japan's Complete Fighting System

  • Over 1,250 black-and-white photographs
  • Special chapters on sword and dagger techniques

"This text offers a considerable amount of invaluable infor-mation. Beginners and black belts alike will find it a rich source of pertinent information regardless of their level of experience."
- Master Teruyuki Okazaki
8th degree black belt of the Japan Karate Association
Chairman and Chief Instructor of the International
Shotokan Karate Federation

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