Bushin Ryu Aiki Bujutsu
Classical Japanese Martial Arts

Martial Arts Training For Success

Our martial art is more than simply an efficient method of self-defense. It is a form of Budo – a “martial way”. Bushin Ryu is a Japanese martial art performed by blending with the motion of the attacker rather than opposing it head-on. Come see the mystery of an ancient tradition… The melding of a modern practice …
and take on the mastery of oneself.
  Award Winning Self-Defense Training For The Whole Family 
Bushido (Way of the Warrior)
"The code of Bushido in which the Samurai lived by is the same code we live by. Our teachings come from the aids given to us through years of war and human conflict. They show us a better way of being using the best types of conflict resolution skills, and living lives of service to others, leading by example.

This is how the modern samurai lived! Bushin Ryu is about living our fullest lives through the enlightening lessons of the past and finding value in being this type of person."

– Dedeuc D`Antonoli, Founder of Bushin Ryu Aiki Bujutsu
Bushin Ryu Aiki Bujutsu is an extremely effective tool for SELF DEVELOPMENT. Whether you are looking for, PHYSICAL HEALTH, EMOTIONAL AND INTERNAL PEACE or whether just having CONFIDENCE of being able TO DEFEND YOURSELF.

Bushin Ryu is transformational in all aspects of life. Transform your weaknesses into strengths, empower your entire body, energy, and mind.

We study a martial system, rather than a single martial art. The system encompasses the arts of the samurai and ninja, with a very strong base of of the Japanese martial technique taught to the warrior caste in feudal era Japan.

Learn More About Bushin Ryu Aiki Bujutsu And How We Teach
“The Way of a Warrior is based on humanity, love, and sincerity; the heart of martial valor is true bravery, wisdom, love, and friendship. Emphasis on the physical aspects of warriorship is futile, for the power of the body is always limited.”
– Morihei Ueshiba
Morihei Ueshiba - O Sensei 1
Morihei Ueshiba, Sensei
Whether you are brand new or a seasoned martial artist, you have to experience this amazing art for yourself.

Getting started is easy.
Man and woman fighting at Aikido training in martial arts school - Edge
Bushin Ryu Is Peaceful. Yet Extremely Powerful.
Bushin Ryu Aiki Bujutsu is a unique martial art that integrates body, mind and spirit. Age makes no difference.

It is graceful and powerful, it emphasizes peace and harmony over aggression and violence. If you like Aikido, you'll love our classes.
Self-Defense Against Weapons Including Knives.
In Bushin Ryu, you'll learn how to defend yourself against a variety of weapons, including knives and blunt objects. You'll also work with wooden practice swords (called a bokken), and short staffs (called jo)...

All in all it's a unique, fun, and versatile experience.
Our Martial System is designed to create positive changes in our lives and the lives of those around us. We strive to inspire more than the virtues in martial arts, we strive to render the aggressive aspects of martial arts unnecessary.


Bushin Ryu classes will inspire you to reach higher than you think possible. Our dynamic instructors guide you through the intricacy and beauty of Japanese martial tradition – and in the process you will find yourself drawn into the learning experience along with your fellow students.


The Bushin Ryu curriculum requires you to demonstrate a wide range of martial technique in a variety of situations. You will find yourself challenged as you come to understand that true martial arts has little to do with punching and kicking. The subtle nature of internal structure combined with both gross and fine motor skill development requires you to devote your powers of concentration fully to what you are learning.


Bushin Ryu training is very different from a kickboxing workout. Training in the traditional Japanese martial arts involves both physical and mental dimensions. You will also find that working collaboratively with a partner changes the entire dynamic of the learning experience. Developing the skill of connecting to another person in the process of learning immerses students in a truly holistic training experience.

Safe Enviroment!

We view safety as the number one priority in martial arts training. In Bushin Ryu, we spend a great deal of time learning how to safely move and connect, whether one is in the role of “attacker” or “defender”. The occasional bump or bruise is inevitable in martial training, but it is essential that students and instructors maintain a high degree of “situational awareness”.

Our Classes Are Fun!

If training isn’t fun, you won’t last very long! We make every class a fun experience! The Budo Shingikan wins “Best Dojo of the Year” in Mesa each year because it truly is the most enjoyable place to train.

We Are A Family

We're a tight-knit group here. And our members and instructors are all about support and friendship. We provide the kind of environment that fosters friendship, encouragement, and motivation.

We think it's the reason we've been voted best martial arts school 6 years in a row.
The Budo Shingikan Dojo is not just a place to learn martial arts it is a place to build self-confidence, pride, and strength. My son, after yet another move (we are a military family), was having trouble adjusting. I immediately felt welcome as the team answered all my questions fully and quickly. Mrs. Shannon, called me as well prior to his first lesson. The amount of patience these instructors have with the students is amazing.

Dominique B.
Mesa, AZ
I could not be more happier. Before I found Budo Shingikan School of Japanese Martial Arts I spent the better part of 3 months searching for a place to start my martial arts training and get back into shape. Five years later, after joining Budo Shingikan, I am 50 years old and in the best shape of my life. Most importantly, I've learned how to defend myself in the process. Kaiso D'Antonoli is a great mentor and instructor. Honestly, you just have to come see for yourself.

Bruce R.
San Tan Valley, AZ
The experience that my son has gained in his martial arts training is amazing. The Budo Shingikan family is truly a family. Everyone is welcoming and loves training together. My son has been involved with this dojo for just about a year. He has learned so much and dedicated a project at school to his training at Budo Shingikan.

Mesa, AZ
The dojo brings a sense of pride, dedication and passion. It's such a wonderful opportunity to learn from a true master of Japanese Martial Arts. All students are treated fairly. The students show geniue respect for the dojo; equally they all have fun. This is a great place to give your child(ren) an experience that builds character. This is not your run of the mill set up; its East Mesa's hidden gem.

Jacqueline M.
Mesa, AZ
Great place to train. Dedicated students, great teachers and a fun atmosphere to train in. No egos.

Gilbert, AZ
Frequently Asked Questions & Answers About
Bushin Ryu Aiki Bujutsu

What is the difference between Bushin Ryu and other Martial arts?
Like many of the martial arts, Bushin Ryu is a Japanese self-defense system based on centuries-old samurai and Ninja arts. What sets Bushin Ryu apart from most every other self-defense discipline is that its primary goal is to defuse any physical attack without harming the attacker. The objective is to not enter into the fight but rather to use balance and timing to redirect the attack to a safe ending.

Is there a begginer class?
We don’t have a beginners class for those just starting out. New students start in any regular class. They are setup with a shadow with a senior student to help them get started. After that, they can attend any class, as they will be ably assisted by their partners and the instructors as they continue to train.

How can I find the right Dojo for me?
It is very important to choose the right school to train in; in fact, the school is as important or even more important than the art you might choose. Any art is only is only as good as those teachers passing it along to you. The quality and attitude of a school will determine your entire experience of training.

Honestly, it's best to visit any school you are interested in attending. Make appointments to tour the Dojo. This gives you a chance to ask questions. If you feel excited about the prospect of going back to a school to train – that’s the one.

How long does it take to get a Black Belt?
A similar question would be 'How long does it take to learn to play the piano?' Having said that, a student who trains two times per week on a regular basis can expect to earn a black belt in about four-five years.

Some very dedicated students who train more intensely may and have achieve Black Belts even sooner.
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4840 E. Jasmine Street
Suite 110
Mesa AZ 85205

(Next To Mesa Justice Court)

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