Interview with Kisshomaru Ueshiba (1983), Part 2

For one reason or another, people with varying viewpoints regarding Aikido were the first to go abroad… The first thing I thought of was the fact that just after the war Japanese students who went to foreign countries were very miserable. This was because Japan lost the war. They walked timidly. When Americans appoached them they avoided their path with hunched shoulders. That was a problem.

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