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New schedule Aikido courses!

Starting from January 2020, Aikido courses are scheduled as follows:

Tuesday: 18.30-21.30

Thrusday: 18.30-20.00

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Suburi session 2020!

Tuesday 7 January 2020: Suburi wiil start at 7 p.m.! (duration unknown..)

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La Colle Aikido/Iaido/Jodo seminar

An intensive week of pratice with qualified Aikido/Iaido/Jodo teachers.

Do not miss it!  CANCELED

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Events of Shodo and associated topics

Portici (NA) - Shodo: the Art of Calligraphy - Friday 31 January 2020 - 2.00-5.00 p.m.

 

Stra (VE) - Art of Calligraphy and Art of the Japanese Sword - Friday 21 February 2020 - 6.00-8.00 p.m.

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Dojo meetings - Special classes on Budo

Aikido, Iaido, Jodo, Aikijo, Aikiken

with special guests

from November 2019 to May 2020

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Budo Italian Seminar

Intensive seminar of Japanese traditional martial arts and calligraphy

Buccino (SA)

30 July - 2 August 2020

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Aikiken / Kenjutsu / Iaidō - The Art of the Sword
The traditional Japanese fencing (kenjutsu) developed from feudal age in hundred of different styles, whose some of them are still surviving nowadays, as the Yagyu Shinkage Ryū, the Katori Shintō Ryū, the Musō Shinden Ryū. They originate the modern forms of Kendō and Iaidō, as well as, through the study of Ueshiba Morihei and his disciples, of the Aikiken (Aiki method of the sword), which complete the Aikido bare hands forms together with the Aikijo (Aiki method of the stick).
The Iaidō pursuit the perfecting of the art to draw the sword and to cut in a single move. The practice is based on the use of a not-sharpening sword (iaitō) for the learning of the basics of drawing (nukitsuke), cut (kiritsuke), symbolic cleaning of the blade from the blood (chiburi) and sheathing (notō). The Musō Shinden Ryū included 4 series of kata, as well as the practice of cut with a real sword (katana) on targets as matting or canes (tameshi giri), and the study of the forge of the Japanese sword.
For more information: European Iaidō Federation
 
Hakudo Nakayama Sensei (1869-1958)