My name is scott and this is my first post here. I recently discovered there is a Genbunkan school close to where I live and I am very interested in learning more about this art. I trained ninjutsu when I was really young, but kind of lost touch with it. The past 2 years I have been training mainly in chinese kungfu (hung gar, 7 star mantis etc).
I am interested to know how ninpo compares to these arts. I mean this in the sense of combat strategy, striking/grappling footwork etc. I really dont know very much about Japanese styles, and I would be interested in learning about the methodologies employed. For instance mantis being very focused on an 'intercept seize strike' type mentality and simulataneous upper and lower body attack.
For instance things like sensitivity training, push hands, sparring, chi gong etc.
I dont remember much from my training aside from doing dive rolls and jumping over things.