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Dojo at Tokyo
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Hello all,

I'm french bujinkan member and from november I'll live at Tokyo for one year.
I m looking for a dojo in tokyo ( not hombu ), somewhere serious and cheap to training.
Can you give me a list of the dojo of tokyo please.

See you

Jean

Posted on: 2005/10/16 6:58
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Why my account was deleted ??

Nobody knows a good place to training in Tokyo ??

Posted on: 2005/10/18 2:35
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Ombre,
Dont know about your account,

but you are welcome to come visit Pete Reynolds and myself in Nezu on Saturdays at 6:15. Take the Chiyoda line. Its next to Ueno.

Also Craig Olson has training in Takadanobaba on Monday evenings I believe.

Good luck,

Posted on: 2005/10/19 2:32
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Your account was deleted because you did not put your full name in your user profile as required by both the FAQ and the statement that you are required to agree to when you create a Kutaki account. In the statement that you agree to when you create a Kutaki account, it is indicated in FULL CAPITAL LETTERS that you must provide your full name in your user profile or your account may be deleted without notice.

Glad you seem to have got it right this time around. :)

Enjoy the site,

Shawn

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Thanks for the info. Nice to hear that the Monday night has been taken over. Easy for me to get to (coming from Nerima). How far is Nezu (Bunkyo ward?) from Takobandanna?

On a different note, will there be classes (non-Soke) as usual after the Dayakomasai(sp) in December?

Geoff Vreeman

Posted on: 2005/10/19 7:36
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,"How far is Nezu (Bunkyo ward?) from Takobandanna? "


Hi Geoff,
Its about 20 minutes by train from Takadanobaba to Nezu.
Chiyoda Line.
Hope to see you there,

Posted on: 2005/10/20 2:25
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No japanese sensei in tokyo ??
I live in MEGURO ku...

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by ombre on 2005/10/19 14:54:30

No japanese sensei in tokyo ??


Yes, there are. I don't think they want their details posted though.

The best place to find out what is going on and where is to go to Ayase or Honbu training and ask there.

HTH,

Posted on: 2005/10/20 7:03
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I once got picked up on the Chiyoda line. Had to jump off to get away. She was kinda cute though.

GV

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If you have the opportunity to train with Pete & Rob or at Craig's I think that you will have a great time.

I highly recommend both, and yes!, I have trained with all three. I found them all to be insightful, friendly and well, really nice guys.

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