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Re: Please read if training in Japan or planning on coming to Japan
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As Don points out in the other post the victim of your acts may be someone else.


It can be "all the foreigners", "all the young people" or anything like them.

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I don t know if this is the right section, I hope so!
I'd like to know when is the better month to train to honbu??

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Hmm... Best how...?

Summers are hot, but there's better room for training, so I prefer that time if applicable

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Re: Please read if training in Japan or planning on coming to Japan
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Hmm... Best how...?

Summers are hot, but there's better room for training, so I prefer that time if applicable


Definetely summers are hot! you need to bring 2-3 t-shirts and 1-2 huge bottles of water (or any drink) for each class. Keep in mind that there is no air-conditioning on most of the Dojos and it is very rare to get the breeze either. Did I mention that it is very humid too? I enjoy it though, it is also good for sight seeing.

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Re: Please read if training in Japan or planning on coming to Japan
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Definetely summers are hot! you need to bring 2-3 t-shirts and 1-2 huge bottles of water (or any drink) for each class. Keep in mind that there is no air-conditioning on most of the Dojos and it is very rare to get the breeze either. Did I mention that it is very humid too? I enjoy it though, it is also good for sight seeing.

Luckily there's so many training opportunities there's hardly any time to waste on sight seeing

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Nice one Ari but still if you think about sundays you may find plenty of time after Soke's class (if the schedule is the same)

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Nice one Ari but still if you think about sundays you may find plenty of time after Soke's class (if the schedule is the same)


True. However, for a die hard trainee like myself, there are opportunities to train after that, too

Like Arnaud-shihan has put it; "there's time to play tourist once one is retired"

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Nice one Ari but still if you think about sundays you may find plenty of time after Soke's class (if the schedule is the same)


True. However, for a die hard trainee like myself, there are opportunities to train after that, too

Like Arnaud-shihan has put it; "there's time to play tourist once one is retired"


I could not get a guarantee that I will live to see my retirement, did you? hehehe...Gambatte Ari

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"I could not get a guarantee that I will live to see my retirement" - Quite right, my friend!

Sensei has said that we should be sure to do something other than budo sometimes. Also, since we certainly have no guarantees about tomorrow, and setting a sustainable pace is a vital skill.

One would miss quite a lot, after having come so far, if one did not take a few walks and check out the people and places that are so near to training.

Then again, sometimes you just gotta go for broke! So come when you can, Kagemaru-san. Just be prepared to accept the circumstances as they are (no one can really predict) without complaint (crowded, hot/cold), and remain mindful of all your actions.

You must be able to train under any circumstances.

Good luck!

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