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Re: Soke's Red Belt
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Rumour has it, that it was a gift from some other Japanese martial arts teachers* in recognition of his many years of dedication, and the promotion of martial arts and it's principles throughout the world.
Such recognition is a significant gift.

* not limited to just Bujinkan associated groups.

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Soke's Red Belt
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Can anyone please explain the red belt Soke is wearing lately? Has anything been said about this by him? (which of course could mean anything really, just like no straight answers about the purple hair)

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Soke's Red Belt
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Can anyone please explain the red belt Soke is wearing lately? Has anything been said about this by him? (which of course could mean anything really, just like no straight answers about the purple hair)

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Re: Training in hakama
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Ohhhh those Takagi trainings were good, although we had makeshift hakama. I still got mine but is quite bad, the fabric is silky and airy but alas it give you a sort of feeling of wearing one.

I always tuck it on the sides when wearing it.

You know I'll also train in hakama this comming week, thanks for the inspiration!

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Re: Training in hakama
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I've never put one on. They look nice for demonstrations, but I'd think that it would hamper newaza too much, although formal suwari waza wouldn't be an issue, since that's what they wore.

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Re: a newbie arrives tho an old hand i am...or was.
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...so ... how is it now, your training?

Posted on: 2016/11/2 22:00
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Re: Any Dojo's in or around Tokyo ?
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Hi, Pete Reynolds has a dojo in Tokyo.

https://www.facebook.com/pete.reynolds


http://www.fudoushin.com/

cheers,
Dani

Posted on: 2016/10/28 19:51
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Kanji for Hacho Ken
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Greetings!

I was going through some old notes (2001) about my first days of training and I found out a "Hacho Ken".

Doing some research I've found it's Hachō Ken with a long "o" at the end. Does anybody know the kanji for this? BTW: do you use it during training?

I always try to ask for the kanji since my learning method is to relate the name to the actual technique.

Thanks!

Posted on: 2016/10/19 6:26
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Bujinkan Training in Michigan
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Shidoshi Otto Cardew has 45 years martial arts experience with 30 years in the Bujinkan. we have training in both lansing area and the Detroit-Ann Arbor region. you can contact us at http://bujinkankionidojo.com/

Posted on: 2016/9/24 1:01
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