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Re: Where to buy a kamiza?
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Thanks guys!

Posted on: 2010/2/20 0:47
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Where to buy a kamiza?
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Dear Buyu,

I am looking for a nice kamiza. Not as big as the one in the Hombu dojo, but of similar design. Does anyone know how to buy such a beautiful work of art?

Thanks!

DaiMon

Posted on: 2010/2/17 19:44
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Re: problem with name for a training group
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Dear Wilf,

Sorry about the confusion.
My suggestions about using 'sparks' in the dojo name was for YOU, not Nighthawke.

My mistake!



Posted on: 2005/7/19 23:09
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Re: problem with name for a training group
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Dear Nighthawke,

Maybe you could use the word 'spark' somewhere in your dojoname? I read that Soke has many ways of telling us about the power of the spark! And not only poetically.

I really respect your quest for being open.

What about the zero? Is nothing and open. Mmm maybe I should stop...:)

Greetz and good luck with naming your dojo

Greetings


Posted on: 2005/7/19 20:40
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Re: Kanji for Banpen Fugyo and Kajo Chikusei?
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Thank you!

Posted on: 2005/7/18 17:45
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Kanji for Banpen Fugyo and Kajo Chikusei?
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With signature, this time

Posted on: 2005/7/18 17:31
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Kanji for Banpen Fugyo and Kajo Chikusei?
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Hi Buyu,

Does anyone know 'the' kanji for Banpen Fugyo and Kajo Chikusei?

I would really love to know, but Googling didn't bear any fruits...

Thanks!

Posted on: 2005/7/18 17:29
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Re: Yokohama area
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I'm honored by your quick replies, George and Danny!

I will pass your tips on to my friend.

Thank you, both.

DaiMon

Posted on: 2005/1/22 21:20
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Does anyone know a dojo in the Yokohama area?
A Japanese friend of mine wants to start training!!

Many thanks


Posted on: 2005/1/21 20:56
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