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Re: Dojo in Houston, Texas?
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Thanks for your help everyone I'll definately be getting in contact with one of them soon.
Thanks, Kariudo

Posted on: 2005/3/1 7:56
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Re: Dojo in Houston, Texas?
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Papa-san wrote:
Thom Humphreys is located in Wharton, TX which is a suberb of Houston. I'd recomend him highly.
Ed Martin aka Papa-san

Thanks for your help! I do have a few questions though. If you can would you be able to get me some contact information or does he have a website I can visit? I'm also a first time student so I don't know too much about prerequisites. I'm very eager to learn however so any advice would be much appreciated, as to training technique, proper equipment etc.
Thanks again, Kariudo

Posted on: 2005/2/28 13:14
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Re: First few steps
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Cool thanks for your help. I'm doing a lot of researching and have found little until now.
Thanks for your advice, Kariudo

Posted on: 2005/2/28 11:57
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First few steps
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Hey, I was just wondering whats the best training regimen to use to improve physical endurance as well as technique with Katana and Wakizashi. I'm going to be buying my first set of training equipment soon and I'm just a little clueless as to how I should learn the proper technique. Should I consider purchasing some videos, I seem to be seeing many references to them all over this forum.
Thanks, Kariudo

Posted on: 2005/2/28 11:40
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Where to puchase qaulity katana in Tokyo area
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Hey everyone, I'm planning on visiting Tokyo sometime this April and I was wondering where the best places to buy katana in the Tokyo area where. I have a limited budget so I'm looking at the 20,000-80,000 yen range. And also where I could puchase some practice armour. Any help would be much appreciated.
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Posted on: 2005/2/28 11:28
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Dojo in Houston, Texas?
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Hey, I was just wondering if there are any Dojo's located in the Houston area? I've had a little bit of trouble finding one so help would be much appreciated.
Thanks, Kariudo

Posted on: 2005/2/28 11:23
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