Interview with Kyoichi Inoue (2)

Kyoichi Inoue is the chief instructor of the Yoshinkan Aikido Hombu Dojo in Tokyo. Inoue was one of the early instructors in the Yoshinkan system having initiated his training in 1955. In this interview, Inoue Dojo-cho talks about the development of the teaching methodology of the Yoshinkan during the years when Gozo Shioda Kancho was head of the art. The particular characteristics of the Yoshinkan instruction program came about in large part due to the necessity of teaching large groups of beginners at the same time.

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