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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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Anyone?

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The standard answer is to see your Shidoshi. If you do not have one, talk with another to see if they will let you copy their fee Schedule. You can get them from hombu.

A simple thing to do is to as the person who ranked you.

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Mark Moor's right there in Bristol.

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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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Just to advise that I have now located my folder with all the stuff so thanks again for your help.

Regards
Michael Colbourne
Bujinkan Bristol Dojo

Posted on: 2014/2/26 5:10
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perhaps scan everything and email it to yourself, so if you have another misplacement in the future you will always have a copy.

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Yeah good idea. Thanks Graham

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