Magazine: Aiki News Number 60, March 1984


Aiki News Number 60, March 1984

Contents

     ● Editorial – Blueprint for the standardization of aikido testing, by Stanley Pranin
     ● Shoji Nishio Interview, by Stanley Pranin
     ● Morihiro Saito Technical Notebook — Tsuki iriminage, by Morihiro Saito
     ● Heard in the Dojo
     ● O-Sensei Biography — “The Kobukan Hell Dojo Period,” by Kisshomaru Ueshiba
     ● Letters to the Editor

aiki-news-60-noma“Growth of Aikido in Japan during the last thirty years has been steady while its development in foreign countries began to pick up momentum some twenty or so years ago. Unlike other martial arts such as Karate, Kung-fu and more exotic disciplines whose success has been uneven due in part to their fickle handling by the media, especially their portrayal in the movies and on television, Aikido has developed at a regular pace while consolidating its gains. This period of growth has been centered around the efforts of the Hombu Dojo Aikikai (Doshu Kisshomaru Ueshiba), Yoshinkan Aikido (Gozo Shioda Sensei), Tomiki Aikido (Kenji Tomiki Sensei, now deceased) , the Ki Society (Koichi Tohei Sensei), Yoseikan Aikido (Minoru Mochizuki Sensei), the Manseikan Aikido (Kanshu Sunadomari of Kyushu) and various other groups with numerically smaller representation but who incorporate the term “Aikido” in their names.”

Morihei Ueshiba with Shoji Nishio and students in front of Aikikai, February 1969

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