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Re: Dojo at Tokyo
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I prefer japanese sensei because I go to japan to learn japanese.
I want to speak japanese in all situation !
It s why I ask about a japanese teacher ...
Thanx

Posted on: 2005/10/20 20:06
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Re: Dojo at Tokyo
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もしこっちの道場に来てくれたら日本語ばっかし話してあげるよ。満足保証!(顔は違うけど。。。それでまた差別されるのか。。。)


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Re: Dojo at Tokyo
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Quote:
ombre wrote:
No japanese sensei in tokyo ??
I live in MEGURO ku...


There are two Japanese instructors in Tokyo proper.

Nakadai-sensei, my first teacher, is in the Omote Sando area. He teaches both in the morning and evening on Wednesdays. He has students from white belt all the way up to Judan, so he is clearly talented as a teacher. When I was training with him, I would say that about half the class was lower than black belt, which means that you tend to be paired with a blackbelt when training!!! Nakadai-sensei is also one of the only (if not the only) Shihan who still teaches things like suiton jutsu. As his former student, I have only great things to say about Nakadai-sensei. Here is a page run by one of Nakadai's current students:

http://www2s.biglobe.ne.jp/~genki1/bujin3.htm


The other Japanese instructor is our own (former) Joji Ohashi. Joji is Soke's chief administrator for the Bujinkan. You can find his webpage here:

http://www001.upp.so-net.ne.jp/bujinkan/

Hope that helps!

-ben

Posted on: 2005/10/21 1:20
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Re: Dojo at Tokyo
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Thanks for the links,

I knowed the first one, I send a mail 1 month ago, but no reply...
I ll test the second link.
But training suiton justu looks like good....
Omote sando, where is it ?

Posted on: 2005/10/21 18:47
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Re: Dojo at Tokyo
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LOL Shawn!!

Ombre, I wish you good luck in your Japanese studies.

If learning Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu becomes your priority, then Shawn, Craig or I would be more than happy to help you out.

Hope to meet you soon,
Pete Reynolds

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Does anyone know the directions or contact information for the Craig Olson dojo? My contact info is withoutvoid at mac.com Thanks a lot!

Posted on: 2008/3/24 15:55
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