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Bujinkan: Quiz

  
  
  

Question 1:
Who of the following people founded Bujinkan?

Question 2: In ________, it was once customary for kyu-level men to wear green belts over a black gi and women to wear red belts over a purple gi; however, this practice has largely been abandoned.
CambodiaJapanCanadaUnited Kingdom

Question 3: Takamatsu Toshitsugu's grandfather was a samurai and a direct descedent of the founder of Gyokko Ryu (the Gikan-ryū was passed to ________ through another source).
JujutsuBujinkanToshitsugu TakamatsuJapan

Question 4: The Bujinkan (武神館) is an international martial arts organization based in ________ and headed by Masaaki Hatsumi, it is best known for its association with ninjutsu.
JapanCanadaUnited KingdomCambodia

Question 5: Depending on what years a student has studied in ________, they may find that their focus reflects the themes or schools taught during their time.
CanadaCambodiaJapanUnited Kingdom

Question 6: Unlike other Japanese martial arts, such as karate and ________, unranked (mukyū) practitioners wear white belts, kyu grade practitioners, green belts, and those with ranks of shōdan and above wear black belts.
Mixed martial artsAikidoBrazilian Jiu-JitsuJudo

Question 7: The head of the Bujinkan organisation, Masaaki Hatsumi, is the lineage holder of several ryūha taught in the Bujinkan, transferred to him in the middle of the 20th Century by his teacher ________.
Takagi Yōshin-ryūToshitsugu TakamatsuJujutsuJapan

Question 8: Other arts, such as Takagi Yoshin Ryu and ________ were developed and used by members of Japan’s Samurai families.
Takagi Yōshin-ryūJapanese martial artsKukishin-ryūTatsumi-ryū

Question 9: Bujinkan training incorporates bikenjutsu, bōjutsu, sojutsu, naginatajutsu, tantojutsu, tessenjutsu, juttejutsu, kusarigama, the use of modern ________ and more.
M16 rifleFirearmHandgunAssault rifle
















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