Ninpo Tai Jutsu, the Secret Art of Japans Shadow Warrior

In an era more than eight centuries ago Japan was composed of many independent feudal states. This time period marked the beginning of Ninpo Tai Jutsu as we know it today. Initially practised in secret by the Shugenja Yamabushi, or mountain warriors, Ninpo Tai Jutsu was later named after the birthplace of its founder, the warrior Monk Kain Doshi and became known as Togakure Ryu Ninpo Tai Jutsu.

Today the world's foremost experts in Ninpo Tai Jutsu are Grandmaster Masaaki Hatsumi of the Bujinkan, Grandmaster Shoto Tanemura of the Genbukan and Anshu Steven K Hayes of the Quest Organisation.

The Shinobi Kai Ninpo Bugei Dojo continues to teach the physical arts of Togakure Ryu Ninpo Tai Jutsu, together with the many and varied weapons disciplines, etiquette and history of this most ancient of traditions.

These arts are suitable for men and women of all ages, regardless of experience, not competitive and practised solely for self defence.