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Papa San RIP
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Although I am no longer a Bujinkan member
I spent some great time with Ed Martin

In hearing of his passing yesterday I wanted to extend my thoughts to his family and the rest of the Bujinkan.


Posted on: 7/15 13:24
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Re: The passing of one of our own
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It was a very nice video and a shame. Sorry to hear of the spouse not stepping up, by the video it looked as if he trains as well. Not a shining example of a person of the arts if that is the case.

Posted on: 2008/12/24 6:15
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Re: End of an Era - SKH
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Though I disagree with the what not to do thing. I do agree that this is Hatsumis choice to do with as he wished and the topic is garnering more chatter than it needs to.

Posted on: 2006/5/26 23:36
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Re: End of an Era - SKH
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Interesting topic, of which the descision is not mine so I can't comment on it.

Hayes brought the style to the USA, deserves credit for it. He runs a tight organization and has more talent than many of us could ever attain.
The fact that there are kyu's on other boards bashing him is both a breech of etiquette and stupid. The fact that I read here he was only a Judan. When he was in was there not only 10 dans? Maybe I am wrong there, but the term he is only a Judan, thats sort of sad.

Also "Some things can not be purchased by money, IMHO" I have heard the same when it came to Hatsumi Sensei being the inheritor to Takamatsu. And a hospital wing.
Not saying that is what I believe but the same is said for many people.

This post is playing devils advocate and I am no one. But I have an opinion about it.

Posted on: 2006/5/26 1:49
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Re: Some thoughts and some questions
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Adam, I don't seem to have the PM capacity. I have emailed Ohashi San and got some info but yes can you PM me with the most recent info you have. Thats great.

Funny I have an inbox but can't seem to send out.

Posted on: 2006/2/8 21:41
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Re: Some thoughts and some questions
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If I mispelled any names, my apologies. Also if there are classes from any of the other Shihan recommended please do. If i can get addresses or websites of these Shihan, subway stops etc.
I would also like to see Ishizuka Shihan as well.

Posted on: 2006/2/8 13:48
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Some thoughts and some questions
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1st off after reading some of the posts in regards to what happens at the honbu from students it is quite rediculous. I am not Japanese and have had pretty relaxed training in Reiho, however have been taught that always be too polite then you won't offend. As for garbage, in anyones home that is offensive, why would anyone want to compromise Hatsumi Senseis feelings in the matter, throw it in your gym bag and take it to the hotel with you.
Other things like stepping over weapons and dogi on the floor, should be pretty common knowledge, I gather it is not.

Now question. I am coming for a tight period of time in Sept this year. I have asked before but it was overlooked, I may have been vague.

My Shidoshi has asked me to get a training schedule going.
So far I have been able to gather Soke teaches at Ayase on Tues, not sure of the time.
Also at the Honbu, Nagato Shihan 9am and Soke at 11am on Sunday, do they also teach any more classes?
What times are the classes througout the week at the Honbu?

As for the other Shihan, Shiraishi, Senno, Nagouchi, Oguri where are their dojo or when do they teach or attend the Honbu or Ayase. I want to get as much exposure as I can we have 5 or 6 days to do this in.

Any help that anyone can throw at me is a great help

We are staying at the Kashiwa Annex BTW

Posted on: 2006/2/8 13:46
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Booking flight tomorrow for Japan
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OK I am booking the flight tomorrow. Does anybody know if Hatsumi Sensei is away during Sept 20-27? Just want to know before I book for the 3 of us.

Posted on: 2006/1/9 10:26
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Shihans Schedules
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I am coming to Japan with possibly 2 in Sept if this year. I only have a week to work with unfortunatly.

Can someone give me when and what Shihans teach

From what I have gathered Nagato Shihan teaches on Sunday morn and Sat eve

I have been told of Nagouchi and Shiraishi Senseis classes/ Also of Soke

I am asking if anyone knows of Seno Sensei and Oguri Sensei.

Maybe even if more specific info like times and place.

I'd like to train everday there.

Posted on: 2006/1/5 23:55
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How much notice?
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What is the best time of year to come and train in Japan and what is the notice needed to gain a spot at the above mentioned house that students can rent?

Posted on: 2005/12/30 15:33
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