toshitsugu takamatsu 33d Grandmaster on Ninjutsu 10 March 1987 - 2 April 1972
Toshitsugu Takamatsu 33d Grandmaster on Ninjutsu

10 March 1889 – 2 April 1972


Soke Masaaki Hatsumi 34th Grandmaster on Ninjutsu

2 December 1931

Founder of the Bujinkan Organization – student of Toshitsugu Takamatsu


Shihan Doron Navon

The first non Japanese that became Shidoshi (1974), student of Soke Masaaki Hatsumi from 1968, teacher of Shihan Moshe Kastiel


Shihan Moshe Kastiel

Came into contact with Ninjutsu on 1974 as a student of Doron Navon. After his first dan examination he became personal student of Soke Masaaki Hatsumi and expanded the Martial arts of Bujinkan into Europe creating his Ninjutsu schools in Germany till today


Shihan Philipp Matsiridis

Came into contact with Ninjutsu on 1981 when he met Shihan Moshe Kastiel at a Ninjutsu seminar in Berlin. He studied intensively in the period 1981-1991 under the guidance of his teacher Shihan Moshe Kastiel,in July 1992 became Shidoshi and he founded a Ninjutsu school in Berlin until November 1998. On the beginning of 1999 he started his school in Athens and became the founder of Bujinkan Dojo Hellas on February 5 2000. He keeps until nowadays alive the feeling of Ninjutsu practicing, travelling in-between Greece and Germany where he holds his Bujinkan schools.

moshe + matsiridis + konstantinou

Shihan Philipp Matsiridis (student of Shihan Moshe Kastiel) – Shihan Moshe Kastiel – Dimitris Konstantinou (3 dan Shidoshi – ho, student of Philipp Matsiridis)