YAMAMIZU RYU BELT SYSTEM
OVERVIEW / YELLOW BELT / 10TH KYU
10TH Kyu / Yellow Belt is the second belt in the Yamamizu Ryu Bujutsu System
The student will continue in the system by gathering more information from what is provided in class,
practice diligently what has been taught to them in class, and show that they are interested in the training
by being able to produce a distinct improvement in their techniques and knowledge base.
A "black" uniform is acquired, either through the school or by the student.
The dojo patch is required to be sewn onto the uniform on the left side with the red "fire" symbol on top.
Yama Mizu Ryu Ju Ichi Kyu testing for Mu Kyu
(11th kyu, white testing for 10th kyu, yellow)
General rules in the Dojo
Rules of conduct for Yamamizu Ryu
Rules of conduct for Bujinkan
Opening and closing of the deck
Shiken harai mitsu dai komyo (honoring)
Onegaishimasu kudasai (please teach me)
Domo arigato gosaimasu (very polite thank you)
Formal call to attention
Seated and standing attention postures
Japanese terminology for all technique requirements
Reiho: Understanding one's place in the Dojo
Knowledge of titles and what they mean
Names, and titles, of YMR black belts
Where and when to bow