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How relevant are jigeiko and shiai during practice for development of a person’s kendo? Is footwork, kihon and waza training enough, or is jigeiko a necessary
Hi sensei, I have a question, I have a right knee condition on which I couldn't flex my legs fully to do seiza, my problem is wearing the bogu, on which
This page introduces kendo instruction videos for beginners and the advanced.
Would it be beneficial to learn both Kendo and Iaido at the same time? Answer: Thank you for your question! if you haven’t started doing any of the martial
Hello, Imafuji sensei! I will be moving to Osaka (Sakai to be more specific) from Canada in less than 2 months to study for about 1.5-2 years and I'm
Imafuji Sensei, Recently, I learned that you are a member of the same federation as me. That being said, I know traditionally that one should only listen
Your table shows Size but does not indicate what it refers to. It's not Length because that is shown separately. Answer: Sorry for the late response.
I understand the idea of the spirit, sword, and body as one in kendo. However, Ken tai icchi is a little vague to me. I've heard it explained as attacking
Dear Sensei, I discovered Kendo a long time ago and I've always interested in martial arts. I haven't started my learning yet, but I really want to if
In this episode, I am sharing what I was impressed at my son’s judo tournament. The way they raise funds and how they run the tournament.
Men is the hard part to strike. You might argue if you think dō strike or tsuki is harder. I don't want to argue. I truly agree. But men is the furthest and because it is one of the "popular" targets, it is harder to strike. Especially with a good posture.
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In this episode, I would like to share what Furukawa sensei (8-dan) said in his interview with Kendo Project. What Furuakwa sensei says in the interview is very true.