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Re: Certificate fee's
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Yeah good idea. Thanks Graham

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Re: Certificate fee's
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Just to advise that I have now located my folder with all the stuff so thanks again for your help.

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Michael Colbourne
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Posted on: 2014/2/26 5:10
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Re: Certificate fee's
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Thanks for the replies MrDunsky and Tessen, it's much appreciated.

My teacher wouldn't be aware of the fee's side as I have done the dojo secretary role for him for the last 20+ years and it's been me who has ordered all the certificates/badges/licenses etc all this time.

But sadly I can't seem to locate my folder with all the details and forms in so I was kinda hoping that some kind soul would simply pm the fee for the shodan and nidan certificates as I'm aware that etiquette dicates that fee's not be publicly discussed on forums.

As a Shidoshi myself, is it straight forward to order a new fee's schedule from the Hombu? Is there a particular process to follow or simply email them the request?

Many thanks in anticipation

Michael Colbourne
Bujinkan Bristol Dojo

Posted on: 2014/2/20 9:46
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Re: Certificate fee's
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Anyone?

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Certificate fee's
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Hi all.

First time back here on this site for quite some time and was wondering whether someone would be able to advise me (by private message) of the Hombu certificate fee's for shodan and nidan, as unfortunately I am unable to find my Bujinkan folder with all my information, after having moved house a number of times.

I would usually ask O'Hashi-san but think I was advised a few weeks ago that he no longer does the Hombu secretary role?

Apologies if I have put this in the wrong forum as well.

Many thanks
Mike Colbourne
Bujinkan Bristol Dojo

Posted on: 2014/2/17 9:36
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Re: Statistic research: how long have you been training?
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Just hit 18 years a few months back.

Hope this helps your project...

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Michael Colbourne
Bujinkan Bristol Dojo

Posted on: 2005/11/12 18:39
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Re: Places to stay for DKMS
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Hi Robert.

I have just come back from training at the hombu etc and would definitely recommend staying at the Kashiwa Plaza Hotel. Although their english is minimal, it is a great place to stay, the staff are v friendly and the rooms of good quality.

It was a great base as it is only one train (20 mins) to get to Noda on the Tobu Noda line and one train (20 mins)to get to Ayase the other way on the Joban line - it is also very easy to get to Tokyo as well. Kashiwa train station is literally 1 walk from the hotel and there is more to do locally IMO than in Noda.

They seem to have capacity so you can always try them if you want to use Kashiwa as your base.

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Mike colbourne
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Posted on: 2005/11/9 0:33
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Shihan classes
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Hi all.

My friend and I will be in Japan from Oct 21 to Nov 5 and will be training as much as we can at the Hombu and Ayase with Soke. We are staying in Kashiwa at the Kashiwa Plaza Hotel (and planning day trips to Kamakura and Kyoto and will no doubt be frequenting Tokyo a fair bit).

As we are trying to experience as much as possible in our two week holiday and have bought a Japan Rail Pass, I am hoping that your goodselves could provide me with the details of the days and times of Shihan classes so I can plan a schedule which maximises our time there.

If you could pm me this info and/or anything else you feel may help our trip, I would be extremely grateful.

Many thanks buyu....

Michael Colbourne
Bujinkan Bristol Dojo
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Posted on: 2005/10/10 10:43
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Re: Hotels in Kashiwa?
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Hi again all.

Could someone advise me whether the prices that O'Hashi-san kindly posted for the Kashiwa Plaza, are per person or are they per room? As we are pretty much ready to book and are just rechecking our information to ensure it's correct...

Also would anyone be able to tell me what type of facilities the Kashiwa Plaza has, ie. do the rooms come with their own bathrooms, do they have air-con, tv's etc..

Many thanks buyu!

Michael Colbourne
Bujinkan Bristol Dojo

Posted on: 2005/6/24 9:27
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Re: Japan Rail Pass?
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Everyone - thanks for all the useful information, I will endeavor to work out what we want to see in Japan and use the links provided to work out whether the JR pass is the best option or not.

Many thanks again...

Michael Colbourne
Bujinkan Bristol Dojo

Posted on: 2005/5/14 10:50
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