Instructor<br />Niji No Hashi Dojo<br />March 2005 – Present (9 years 3 months)<br />Ismail Rodriguez Sensei Rodriguez, who has 50 years of experience as a martial artist, practices and teaches Ninpo Bugei, the traditional martial arts system originally taught to Japanese ninja warriors. Sensei Rodriguez is a student of Grandmaster Shoto Tanemura of Japan, one of only two Grandmasters recognized by the Japanese courts of law. Sensei Rodriguez travels to Japan and other locations annually to train under his teacher, refining his skill so he can bring the best teaching of self-defense, guided by a compassionate heart, back to his students in the US. For more information about Sensei Rodriguez and Niji No Hashi Dojo, see About Genbukan Ninpo Bugei Genbukan Ninpo Bugei is traditional Japanese martial arts school with historical roots as an unarmed method of self protection practiced by the common people during a time of war and class struggles in medieval Japan. This particular tradition is a holistic discipline that challenges body, mind, and spirit. Ninpo Bugei encourages the development of an individual’s martial arts skills as well as the self-growth of the individual. For more information about the Genbukan World Ninpo Bugei Federation, see (Ismael. Rodriguez) has been a martial arts school owner since 1980. He frequently hosts FREE “Women’s Self-Defense” workshops in the community. He is available locally via phone and in person. Contact him for an information filled interview that just may save someone’s life.<br />Head Instructor<br />Niji No Hashi Dojo