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  • COLUMN

    Kendo lessons of Chiba Masashi vol.4: Oji waza

    Chiba Masashi, the champion of refined lessons on kendo, also known as “Chiba magic”. Studying this will bring quick improvement. A jodan expert reveals his secrets to you. Chiba Masashi Chiba Masashi / Born…

    10/01/2018
  • INTERVIEW

    Susumu Takanabe’s Men

    Takanabe Susumu renshi 6th dan Born in 1976 in Kumamoto Prefecture, 35 years old. Proceeded from PL Gakuen High School to University of Tsukuba, after graduation, appointed to Kanagawa Prefectural Police. National Police Team…

    10/01/2018
  • INTERVIEW

    Yokohama 7th Dan tournament : SHIMPAN REVIEWS

    Earthquake disaster reconstruction support 5th All Japan Invitational Kendo Seventh Dan Championship (Yokohama 7th Dan tournament) brought back to life. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not…

    10/01/2018
  • REPORT

    Yokohama 7th Dan tournament : Players and results

    2018-02-18 What is Yokohama 7th Dan tournament? The Yokohama 7th Dan tournament, also known as the All Japan Invitational Kendo 7th Dan Championship, is a tournament of 7th Dan teachers who have been active…

    10/01/2018
  • WKC

    Players comment : Kumi Sato (Sweden)

    I have been coach for team Sweden for 15 years, I decided to retire as coach after European Championships last year. It was a completely unsettled situation to compete for the WKC for me.…

    09/30/2018
  • WKC

    Players comment : Linda Xi (Norway)

    This is the second time I have participated in the World Kendo Championships and it has been a very fruitful and wonderful experience in many ways! Personally I had some tough pool matches. Although…

    09/28/2018
  • WKC

    Players comment : Itthisek Nilkhamhang (Thailand)

    Being able to participate in WKC was a lifelong dream for me, ever since watching the NHK documentary of Eiga-sensei’s success at the 2003 WKC in Glasgow. So to be standing there, surrounded by…

    09/24/2018
  • WKC

    Players comment : Marilen Armoa (Argentina)

    This is our first WKC and it was an incredible and unforgettable experience, being able to stay and fight next to the strongest kenshi of the world such as Nishimura, Takenouchi, Watanabe, (and I…

    09/23/2018
  • WKC

    Players comment : TINA KAKU (Hawaii)

    To comment on the WKC, I need to put into perspective my background first. I was born and raised in Hawaii, but for 11 years I lived in New York which is where I…

    09/23/2018
  • WKC

    Players comment : Pim Willems (Aruba)

    I’m really proud that I could represent Aruba in such a big tournament. Most people don’t even know Aruba exists so I had to explain it a lot. My opponents where really strong so…

    09/21/2018
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