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The Magnificent Eleven

This July will see eleven of Aikido Kenkyukai International’s finest visit Australia. The AKI Kamakura Gym will be holding its 20th anniversary gasshuku in Sydney on July 16/17th. Eleven Dan grades (2nd to 7th) from Japan will make the largest group of high Dan grades to visit Australia from Japan since the early 90’s. We may not see an event this size again.
Seino sensei (7th dan) will lead the training and the others will be training partners for us all – a great opportunity to learn from so many! Kamakura Gym dojo has a long history, having morphed from the original Sasame Dojo – the 1st dojo in Shonan Aikido Renmei, now AKI. The members of the Gym have faithfully followed teachings of Takeda Sensei, and Yamaguchi Sensei’s waza from the 80s and early 90s.

This will be a one-off opportunity to participate in what is bound to be a very enjoyable weekend of keiko and socialising. 🙂

Please note: Due to space restrictions we will have to limit numbers so register early to avoid disappointment.
When: 16 and 17 July 2016
Where: Seaforth Scout hall, Seaforth, NSW
For further information and registration forms go to:
Aikido Sydney Webpage