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Ryuhoryu Bujutsu

Ryuhoryu Bujutsu (龍鳳流武術) can best be defined as the Dragon Phoenix School of Martial Arts. The term bujutsu is being used to cover both Karate and Bukijutsu (weaponry) since the system consists of both components. Ryuhoryu began development in 2005 and was completed in 2014. The style initially began as a collection of extra kata that were taught by various instructors on Okinawa, however over time this material started taking on a life of its own and ultimately became a new style of karate.

Ryuhoryu Development Timeline
2002 Early groundwork was happening and some of the first "additional" kata were being taught.
2003 Scot left Okinawa (1999-2003), opened a Gojuryu dojo in Laurel Maryland.
2004 Five kata were being taught as supplimental material, new curriculum was called Saishuryu.
2005 Niseishi and Sochin were added, renamed additional curriculum as Ryuhoryu.
2006 Scot demonstrated early developed Ryuhoryu for military personnel in Stuttgart Germany.
2009 The first iteration of the six Kojoryu katas were added to Ryuhoryu curriculum.
2010 The first curriculum was published under the title "Ryuho No Hon", still was largely Gojuryu.
2012 Restructured the curriculum, added Ershiba, and Scot moved back to Okinawa.
2013 Rebuilt Tenkan, Kukan, Chikan, Hakko, Hakkaku, and Hakuryu from the 3 kata method.
2014 Published "Ryuhoryu", this was a full curriculum for the new karate style Ryuhoryu.
2015 Scot left Okinawa and moved to Washington State. Was teaching Gojuryu in Bremerton.
2016 Scot moved to Washington DC, was teaching Gojuryu/Ryuhoryu in Virginia.
2018 Published "Gojuryu No Kenkyu", was starting to heavily focus on Ryuhoryu after publication.
2019 Published third Ryuhoryu curriculum, registered Ryuhoryu with the All Japan Budo Association.
2020 Scot moved back to Okinawa, began teaching Ryuhoryu at the Asato Dojo in Naha.
2021 Established the website ryuhoryu.com. First time Ryuhoryu's curriculum was published online.

Ryuhoryu Curriculum

Ryuhoryu is comprised of thirty-six total kata. There are eighteen empty hand kata and eighteen weaponry kata. The balance between the empty-handed kata and weapon kata is an additional reason why the term bujutsu is used with Ryuhoryu. The kata come from a variety of sources, most are from Okinawan sources, but some of our weaponry does come from Chinese sources.

Ryuhoryu's Empty Hand Kata
Sanchin
サンチン
Naihanchi
ナイハンチ
Gekisai 1
ゲキサイ 1
Gekisai 2
ゲキサイ 2
Niseishi
ニーセーシ
Sanseiru
サンセイル
Unshu
ウンシュ
Seisan
ウンシュ
Useishi
ウセイシ
Sochin
ソチン
Tenkan
テンカン
Kukan
クカン
Chikan
チカン
Hakko
ハッコ
Hakkaku
ハカク
Hakuryu
ハクル
Suparinpe
スパリンペ
Ershiba
エルシバ

Ryuhoryu's Weapon Kata
Tanbo
短棒
Kubo No Kun
攻防の棍
Kaatin No Kun
回転の棍
Sai Ichi No Dan
釵一の段
Sai Ni No Dan
釵二の段
Jo
Tuifa
雙拐
Ekku
Muge
馬轡
Sansetsukun
三節棍
Kama
Renkuwan
鐵鏈夾棒
Damotsue
達磨杖
Timbei
屏蔽
Kojo No Sai
湖城の釵
Ruryu No Kun
劉龍の棍
Kocho Soto
蝴蝶雙刀
Jian
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