Jumonji no kamae, cross fighting stance,- Ninjutsu
Image of Jumonji no kamae
Jumonji kata against an opponent
Video of first ki gata of Jumonji
Video of the Jumonji 2nd moto gata in Kihon happo
Description of Jumonji stance
Both arms are crossed at the wrists to protect the body during advancing attacks. The elbows cover the rib cage and the fists cover the neck and face. The body weight is maintained with a slightly forward balance and the feet push the body solidly in the attacking direction. The basic foot alignment is a natural, shoulder width, stance but the Jumonji can be combined with any leg alignment. Hand variation is either slightly extending the thumbs or folding the hands together.
Description of Jumonj in kihon happo
Tori from jumonji no kamae, uke attacks with right tsuki, tori blocks with uchi jodan yuke, attacks with boshi to uke's ribs and finishes with raising his hand towards the opponents eyes, ending like in kosei no kamae.
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