לדף ההרשמה בעברית

Registration becomes valid only after

full payment!


Local Israelis:
Please register and pay via the Hebrew registration form

For out of country participants:

Schedule

Thursday - Dec. 12 - 2019: 
16:30 - 17:00  Gathering and registration
17:00
 - 20:00  Training session
20:00
 - 20:30  Break
20:30
 - 22:00 45 Years to Bujinkan Israel event
 
Friday - Dec. 13 - 2019:
09:00 - 12:00 Training session
12:00 - 14:00  Lunch break
14:00 - 17:00 Training session
 
Saturday - Dec. 14 - 2019:
10:00 - 13:00 Training session
13:00
 - 14:30  Lunch break
14:30
 - 17:30 Training session

 
Location
 
Greater Tel Aviv.
The exact address of the venue will be published soon.


Tariff
 
If registered and fully paid before Nov. 21 - 2019:
190 EUR

 
After Nov. 21 - 2019:
200 EUR

For people who can't practice in Saturday, we offer the option to register for Thursday and Friday only, including the event, at these prices:

If registered and fully paid before Nov. 21 - 2019:
150 EUR
 
After Nov. 21 - 2019:
170 EUR


 
 
What to bring:

Boken and Ninjatou (We've arranged a purchase group of wood Ninjatous at the price of 32 EUR. To order, please contact Eitan Nussbaum - eitan.nussy@gmail.com). 


Safety!

Pay attention to the safety rules. Make sure you are ensuring the safety of your colleagues at every technique and every move, empty-handed and with weapons. We will not allow the use of metal weapons (except in demonstrations) and will encourage, as far as possible, the use of padded weapons. Please note that there will be many trainers around and that the training space may change at any moment.



Contact person:

For further assistance and queries, please contact Oren Melinger oren@melinger.co.il Tel. +972-50-7729685

 
Registration:
 
Registration is available through this page only, by pressing the "SEND" button after filling the registration form and paying in advance the full price of your order.

 
Cancellation policy:

Cancellation fee is
20 EUR per registrant.

One may find a replacement to avoid paying the cancellation fee. To cancel, please contact  
Ronit Zilberman
+972-52-2544874



Photography policy:

Taking photos and/or video clips during the trainings is prohibited. We will document the Tai Kai and event in video and we may publish it in the near future.


Note:

The organizers keep the right to change any detail of the Tai Kai and event. A notification of the changes will be sent to the registries via email!
We recommend you not to attend to the event without register in advance, even if the registration will be at the last moment, because we will not be able to update you in case of last minute changes.


Registration:


Local Israelis
Please register and pay via the Hebrew registration form

For out of country participants:

To register, please fill out and submit this form and make the full payment!



Payment: (One must pay in order to register):

Local Israelis
Please pay via the Hebrew registration form
 
For out of country participants:

PayPal in EUR:

For full Tai Kai and event:
 


For Thursday - Friday only including the event:
 

Tai Kai shirts:

 


 
Each participant will receive one free shirt. If you wish to order additional shirts, you need to pay in advance and detail your order on the registration form or send us an email to Ronit Zilberman no later than - Nov. 30 - 2019.
Pre-ordered shirts are sold at 10 EUR per shirt.


Pay separately for extra shirts: After hitting the "Buy Now" button, add the appropriate amount according to the quantity of additional shirts ordered:

Local Israelis
Please pay via the Hebrew registration form
 
For out of country participants:

PayPal in EUR:
 
 
Nakadai is visiting Israel to join our celebration of 45 years for Bujinkan Israel, founded by Sensei Doron Navon in 1974.
Nakadai has a strong Samurai spirit, and he is a high-level skilled teacher.
During the three days in Tel Aviv he will share with us his skills of Budo Taijutsu, using his unique method of teaching.

Nakadai will teach 5 training sessions of about 3 hours each. In each session he will combine “Koto Ryu Kata”, "Ever-changing Taijutsu", "Muto Dori", "Ninjato” inspired by Soke’s teaching of this past year.

One of the highlights of the event will be "Sparring” training according to the “Nakadai Method", which is a step by step process on how to use the Kata efficiently in actual combat without any injury.

 


More about Sensei Nakadai:
Nakadai (born in 1964) was introduced as an apprentice of the Soke at the age of 19. Nakadai entered Bujinkan with a background in wrestling, Kyokushin Karate, and instrumental gymnastics. In 1986, Soke took his disciple for the first time to teach in America. At 22 years old, he was the youngest teacher at this event. In the following year, 1987, He joined Soke when he went to England.

At 26, Nakadai founded his dojo in Tokyo and began teaching the next generation of students.
From the early beginnings to the present day, Nakadai has been following Soke’s teachings in the Hombu Dojo, working on the skills he learned from Soke every week, accurately conveying the feeling. At the same time, Nakadai has developed a unique training method that allows us to use the skills of the Bujinkan in actual combat.

 


Moti Nativ - about Nakadai:
I’m glad that Nakadai will be joining us in Tel Aviv on this special occasion of the 45th anniversary of Bujinkan Israel. We are looking forward to his teachings and insights.
He comes with Hatsumi’s blessings, as Hatsumi has a special relationship with Bujinkan Israel since the days of Doron Navon.
Nakadai will also share with us about his days with Doron.
I have been following Nakadai’s teaching since 2002. I have introduced his dojo to Bujinkan Israel students whenever they visited Japan. There is a strong connection and appreciation of Israelis to Nakadai and his unique way of teaching.
As for me; I feel that Nakadai’s method is the best way to learn Soke’s tricks and Bujinkan traditional skills.
I’m impressed by Nakadai’s commitment and responsibility to ensure that the transfer of Bujinkan knowledge is done accurately and in the spirit of budo.

 



 

About "45 years to Bujinkan Israel" event:
Details will be publised soon.