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Facing examinations (Kamei Toru), Part 3


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2021.9 KENDOJIDAI Trends and strategies are essential to pass any examination. This is also required for Kendo Dan examinations, and Kamei Toru Hanshi is offering a course for common Kendo practitioners. Kamei Toru, 8th Dan Hanshi Born in Kumamoto Prefecture in 1954. After graduating from Kyushu Gakuin High School and Meiji University, he joined the Kumamoto Prefectural Police. His major achievements include: 2nd place in the All Japan Kendo Championship, participation in the World Kendo Championship, participation in the All Japan Prefectural Kendo Championship, participation in the All Japan East West Tournament, 1st place in the first division of the National Police Tournament, 1st place in the National Athletic Meet, 2nd and 3rd place in the All Japan invitational 8th Dan Championship, 2nd and 3rd place in the All Japan Invitational 7th Dan Kendo Championship in honor of Marume Nagayoshi and 3 titles in the Iwate Prefecture 7th Dan Governor's Cup. He is a standing director in charge of strengthening programs by the All Japan Kendo Federation. Attain the correct swing trajectory without a Shinai As a non-professional Kenshi, you probably have limited time to practice. This is why I recommend practising alone at home. At the time I was preparing…


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