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用語 技解説 当て身 格ゲー用語
当て身 THE POWER OF JUJITSU当身 格ゲーATEMI-WAZA BY PROF GRANDMASTER IRVING SOTO & KIM YUSHIDO FROM JAPAN あてみ
November 7, 2013 References Atemi jujitsu (当て身)
当て身 THE POWER OF ATEMI JUJITSU-WAZA BY KIM YUSHIDO FROM JAPAN & SOKE GRANDMASTERS IRVING SOTO あてみ
The art of Atemi jujitsu
Eloped in Asia more than 100 years ago, along with the science of acupuncture, The Chinese practiced the art of dim mak, or death touch. In Japan, the touch of death is called Atemi. Atemi focuses on striking one of the 365 points in the central nervous system. It was valued as a treasure of the masters for many centuries. The art is so deep and complex that it requires a mastery of human physiology.
To this day, scientists cannot understand why a single strike to the central nervous system can kill a man.
By tradition, practitioners (were not allowed), to teach Atemi only a highly skilled master within the family could teach the art of Atemi. The bushido code required that a warrior must learn enlightenment and the five principles of earth, water, fire, wind, and void and that a warrior acquire the five skills of accuracy, timing, ki or chi (internal energy), mind control, and instinct in order to become a proficient warrior.
As Atemi continued to develop through the centuries, the Chinese divided the art into 81 points; each point is based on one of the five elements or principles. Atemi continued to test for thousands of years in remote regions of China. As the Chinese and Japanese cultures continued to evolve and intermingle, the art of Atemi was passed to Japan. Soon the mystical science of mind was added to Atemi and its power went to a new level. Stories began to circulate around Asia about wise masters who could kill a person without touching him; this was Atemi jujitsu at its highest level.
Atemi Jujitsu became extremely popular during the 15th century. At the same time, ninjas began to flourish and grew throughout Japan for the next four centuries. In the 16th century wing, Chun was developed by a Buddhist nun. Both wing Chun and ninjas incorporated Atemi jujitsu into their systems, while other systems attempted to include elements of Atemi to increase and augment their techniques’ potency in judo, for example, there are three major divisions. The third and final division is known as Atemi-waza ate waza or simply Atemi jujitsu Aiki.
Jigoro Kano made Atemi-waza, or vital point striking techniques, an important part of judo after learning them from gichin funakoshi jujitsu
Atem- Jujitsu waza is so deadly that it is not allowed in judo competition, and is taught only to high-ranking belts,
Other examples of systems that use Atemi are Tatsu Tanaka,s modernized from of jujitsu called Goshin-jutsu part of the modernization included an emphasis on Atemi waza.-Jujitsu Yet another form of jujitsu known as Hakko -Ryu Atemi strikes and touches based on the principles of koho shiatsu kempo, too, emphasizes various methods of striking the anatomical vital points; However, very few people gained a complete understanding of Atemi, the true Atemi master went underground, becoming even more stringent and selective about the students with whom they shared their knowledge.
By the 1940s, the complete art of Atemi was known only by one master, Grandmaster koshimitsu Yamamoto, who had been taught by Soke Sokaku Takeda. Grandmaster yamoamoto selected ten ninth-degree black belt out of 200 student to whom he would teach the Atemi art. Only one of those ten students was non- Japanese, an American named grandmaster Irving Soto