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合気会・合気道の魅力とは?

  • 22 March 2017
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What is our Do (Path)?

I realize this is in Japanese. But what can you observe from it, beyond the narration? The first part of the video is the beginners class at Hombu Dojo. You can see them practicing the same basic waza you (hopefully) do in your dojo.

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Aikido Interview - Isoyama Hiroshi Shihan 8th Dan Aikikai - Part 1

  • 15 February 2017
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Building the Future by Experiencing the Past

What a wonderful video! While we don't necessarily need to know "aikido history" to practice the art today, I personally find it very interesting and nostalgic to hear from the old guys and to think about how this art has progressed.

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  • 08 March 2016
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“Reality-based” Martial Arts Not So Reality-based?

Originally posted on The Classic Budoka blog site by Wayne Muramoto (link)

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  • 13 January 2016
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The History of Kagami Biraki

This article originally appeared on www.FightingArts.com

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  • 11 July 2015
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Why aikido doesn’t have competitive matches

Interview with Minoru Inaba, by Eisuke Aoyagi Aikido doesn't have competitive matches. Always keep the feeling of being on the battlefield

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Kuroda - Master Swordsman.

  • 07 February 2015
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Interview with Tetsuzan Kuroda

This interview was published in Aiki News #95 (Spring/Summer 1993) which later became Aikido Journal.

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  • 28 January 2015
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A Kind Word Turneth Away Wrath

- By Terry Dobson Sensei

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  • 11 October 2014
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What is Budo ("martial way")?

Introduction It is believed that Budo can cultivate both the mind and body. However, if the meaning of Budo is unclear, then it is impossible to know what to train and indeed what method to utilize. In identifying Budo, it is important to understand why Judo ("the way of Yawara/Jujutsu"), Kendo ("the way of the sword"), Kyudo ("the way of the bow"), Aikido ("the way of Aiki") and the like, are considered to be Budo ("martial ways"). To aid this clarification, the difference between "Michi (way)" and "Jutsu (technique)" should be known. Good guidelines and tuition have become indispensable for this aim, but if each person does not grasp what Budo is individually during practical training, then focus, concentration and discipline in Budo is not achieved.

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  • 02 October 2014
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Teaching and Shu Ha Ri

(The traditional Japanese method of knowledge transmission.)

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  • 29 June 2010
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The Meaning of Shu Ha Ri

(Originally posted at: http://www.shuhari.com) Shu Ha Ri is a term the Japanese use to describe the overall progression of martial arts training, as well as the lifelong relationship the student will enjoy with his or her instructor.

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