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Iwatate Saburo Kendo Lecture Secrets of Shofukan 7: Yuko Datotsu (valid strikes)

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Shiai and Referee Rules Article 12: Are you doing Keiko while understanding the conditions of Yuko Datotsu (valid strikes)? Profile Iwatate Saburo, 8th dan Hanshi Born in 1939 in Chiba Prefecture. After graduating from Chiba Prefecture Narita High School, he got a job at Chiba Prefecture Police. After retiring from the Tokuren, Iwatate sensei served as a Kanto District Police School Instructor and Chiba Prefectural Police kendo head teacher. Starting in 1978, Iwatate began teaching at the Shofukan Dojo and a number of swordsmen from Japan as well as overseas have gathered to ask for the guidance of Iwatate Saburo. Currently, he is the director of Shofukan, Shobi Gakuen University kendo head teacher, the All-Japan Kendo Federation councilor, All Japan Kendo Federation vice-president and the All Japan Senior-Kenyukai chairman. Are you doing Keiko in search of Kikentai-Icchi? In Kendo Shiai you confront your opponent, apply mutual Seme during a clash of Shinai and compete for Yuko Datotsu. In a fast-paced battle, we are fighting in search for effective strikes. Regarding Yuko Datotsu, Article 12 of the Kendo Shiai and Referee Rules states, "A Yuko Datotsu has a fulfilled spirit and proper posture, strikes the target area with the accurate part…

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