Jinenkan

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Jinenkan (in Japanese ???) is a Japanese kobudo organization. The name means “Hall of Nature,” reflecting an emphasis on natural movements and the strength found in nature and the environment. Jinenkan is one of three organizations teaching Takamatsu-den martial arts (see X-kan). The incumbent headmaster is Manaka (Fumio) Unsui. The Jinenkan teaches taijutsu, bikenjutsu, bojutsu, sojutsu, naginatajutsu, tantojutsu, tessenjutsu, juttejutsu, kusarigama, and more. All training is done strictly according to the Densho.

The Jinenkan (as well as the Jinen Ryu) was founded in 1996 by Manaka Fumio, then a senior student of Masaaki Hatsumi.

The current series of ranks in the Jinenkan are:

Manaka allows authorized Dojo-cho’s (instructors) to have their own ranking system below Sankyu (third kyu) e.g. 6, 5, and 4 kyu-grades.