Bunkai Jutsu

“Many traditional martial arts have been really dumbed down from their original philosophical, spiritual & combative emphasis for political and social reasons as well as conversion into sport.
I aim to make BunkaiJutsu.com one of the best resource on the Internet to help serious martial artists attain a deeper, more holistic understanding so that they can have a more complete experience of the art they love”.

Charlie Wildish

Latest Posts

2 men practising karate kata bunkai
Taking a look at Karate kata bunkai for the elbow/backfist sequence in the second half of Heian/Pinan Sandan
2 men practising Tekki kata bunkai
Karate Kata bunkai for the opening sequence of Tekki/Naihanchi Shodan
2 ladies practising kung fu
A look at the historical political and social reasons that so many Oriental martial arts got dumbed down, making them
2 men demonstrate Jion kata bunkai
Karate bunkai from Jion kata, focusing on the opening salutation and teisho palm heel strikes
Karate man teaching at seminar
Martial arts are effective at teaching us to take responsibility, which in turn is very good for self development (especially
Yvonne Bignall and Charlie Wildish
Radio interview with Charlie Wildish by Yvonne Bignall, for Somer Valley FM talking about womens self defence & Midsomer Norton


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