Earning Rank in the Bujinkan

BUJINKAN MEMBERSHIP

Bujinkan Membership (Annual)

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Bujinkan Membership – $40 + $15 processing/shipping and handling fee

*Annual Membership* Must be Renewed Yearly*


Membership is required in order for you to Earn Rank in the Bujinkan.

Joining the Japanese Bujinkan Organization and EARNING RANK with these Training Videos!

We are pleased to offer you a great way to earn rank in the Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu training system. Our complete curriculum is specially designed for those who do not live close to a dojo and would not be able to train or test for rank in person. At Ninja Training TV, we have created a totally online system for training and even advancing in rank and receiving feedback from Sensei Mark Roemke at every step.

To Earn Rank and become a certified black belt per Grandmaster Hatsumi Senseiā€™s World Renown Japanese Bujinkan Organization we here are the steps.

  1. Buy the complete White to Black Belt set or each level at a time.
  2. PurchaseĀ Japanese Bujinkan Organization Membership (Anual Fee $55).
  3. Purchase "Earn Rank" after each completed level (you can choose from the two options mentioned at the top of this page).

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5.0 rating
July 2, 2020

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Kevin :shepherd

Great lessons and virtual atmosphere.

5.0 rating
April 15, 2020

For those who either do not have time to make it to a dojo, or do not have a Bujinkan dojo in which to practice the ninja arts, this is an excellent alternative.
Tips:
#1 It helps with the practice if you have a training buddy, but it is not absolutely essential.
#2 It helps if you have a mirror tall and wide enough to inspect your form, or use a phone or camera to capture and review.
#3 Just like any online courses, you get out what you put in. Work hard at your comfortable pace, but set goals for rising up in rank and stick to it.
#4 Join a local martial arts dojo to gain practical perspective, experience rolling on a mat, and the fundamental traditions of bowing in and out, greeting your sensei and fellow students, and physical conditioning.

A. T. Miller (Adrian Thomas)