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Veni, vidi, ?
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What are prerequisites for training in Japan with Hatsumi Soke or other Shihans? You probably cannot just come and say: Hi, I'm here, teach me.

Here are guidelines for answering:
-what rank do you have to be
-do you need a recommendation from a sensei
-how long can you be there
-do you have to pay to train there, and if true, how much

If you remember something else, please write.

Posted on: 2003/2/10 7:50
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Re: Veni, vidi, ?
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Merlin wrote:
What are prerequisites for training in Japan with Hatsumi Soke or other Shihans? You probably cannot just come and say: Hi, I'm here, teach me.


Well that's pretty much it. As long as your a member just come in and introduce yourself, for soke's classes usually just to whoever is doing the paperwork on the night.

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Merlin wrote:
-what rank do you have to be


Any rank is fine. For soke's classes you should have some experience though. I'm assuming that you have done some training in the past.

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Merlin wrote:
-do you need a recommendation from a sensei


No

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Merlin wrote:
-how long can you be there


As long as your money and visa allows I suppose?

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Merlin wrote:
-do you have to pay to train there, and if true, how much.


Yes you have to pay. Can't write about prices over the net though. Ask your teacher.

Posted on: 2003/2/10 8:04
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Veni, vidi, vi..
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OK, thanks. Last one, just to clarify: you have to take care of food, bed and equipment all by yourself (not that I'm lazy, just asking) or is it done somehow else, maybe with the help of Dojo?

Posted on: 2003/2/10 16:41
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OK, thanks. Last one, just to clarify: you have to take care of food, bed and equipment all by yourself (not that I'm lazy, just asking) or is it done somehow else, maybe with the help of Dojo?


Of course you have to take care of it yourself.

Read a bit more about training in Japan here:
Bujinkan Training in Japan - Ben Jones

and here:
Bujinkan Hombu and Ayase Classes

Look at the Apendix which gives some links for accomodation.

Posted on: 2003/2/10 21:58
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