Akban teaches combat oriented Bujinkan Ninjutsu as a way of life since 1985. Our no nonsense attitude, is the learning place of more than 100 veteran black belts and no more then 300 students in all the AKBAN dojos. This site is the largest and rapidly growing encyclopedia of combat Ninjutsu techniques.
Our way of training enables:
- Superb fitness – gradual program written by Yossi Sheriff
- Many years of full contact realistic training
- A wide knowledge of many martial arts.
Akban in video
About ten instructors teach in Dojos in Israel and Canada.
If we could tell you just one thing about our effort it’s this: When we began it took about seven years to gather the technical expertise to qualify for a black belt exam, of course, with no guaranty one will pass. Since then we upped our knowledge, not only of Ninjutsu techniques but of the Martial arts needed for our veterans in order to be well rounded warriors. It now takes, at least, eleven to twelve years to qualify for a black belt exam in Budo Ninjutsu.
The Akban mon is two phoenix birds intertwined. The phoenixes, creatures that disappear in fire and return every thousand years, symbolize the preservation and practice of ancient knowledge. Budo Ninjutsu is a martial art that originated hundreds of years ago. We guard it’s essence with constant practice and research.
The two phoenixes depict the power and harmony that stem from communion of opposites: Man and environment, tradition and research, extreme activity and meditation, opponents and defenders.
Along the communion of opposites, the beaks of the creature create the shape of a heart to remind us the most important reason of the martial art we are doing – guarding our humane hearts, guarding the people dear to us, guarding peace.
Read about Akban and other information below:
- What we are proud of
See our most important professional mottos.
- Our ethical code
Discover our unique warrior code of conduct. It took us more than fifteen years to hone it.
- Budo Ninjutsu history
Read about Ninjutsu’s rich history and the traditional Japanese roots of our martial institution.
- Spiritual path In Budo Ninjutsu
See the interrelation of spiritual growth and our down-to-earth practice.
- The dreaded “24″
Check out our one of Akban’s most extreme and tough exercises.