This question was asked before, but when do you know it's time to strike? I suddenly had this question when i watched this certain youtube video.
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Aug 21, 17 02:53 PM
My question is based on something I observed from other dojos and practice videos from youtube. They tend to do kirikaeshi much faster than I do (I tend
Aug 19, 17 05:28 AM
This is from All Japan Kendo Champ in 1979 when Furukawa sensei was 23 and 5-dan. Furukawa sensei is in white. You can see the differences between the current kendo and then-kendo.
Aug 17, 17 06:00 AM
Both are fabulous and strong kendoists of the era. Their kendo is categorized as hardness or gou. Juu is softness. Obviously their kendo is not soft :) Usually gou and gou fight, the fight ends up wit…