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Kaigozan Spring Seminar with Sveneric & Dean

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Hello.

If you want to attend this seminar you must sign up on the website now before Sunday 13’th.
http://kaigozan.se/seminarier/

If you don’t sign up now you should read my ranting below. I will have no tolerance for people not showing me respect for organising a seminar by following my simple requests…

More than two weeks ago I wrote on Facebook and Twitter that I needed x amount of people signed up for the seminar to decide if I need to rent a bigger dojo before yesterday. I thought I’ll use this news list and extend the time to this Sunday evening.

If you are interested to attend this seminar I want to know now, you need to sign up on the web site (I don’t accept sign ups by email, Facebook etc, only from the web site form). And you need to do it before Sunday to be guaranteed a place at the seminar.

If I don’t get more than 33 people by Sunday evening I will not be able to book a bigger dojo and accept more participants.

You need to understand that I’m taking the financial risks. The instructors will get paid from my own pocket if I can’t get exactly 33 paying members. And we can’t squeeze in more people in the dojo, it wouldn’t be fair to the people that did what I asked and signed up early.

If you decide you want to attend late we might have filled up all places because I didn’t book a bigger dojo. If you’re high ranking or friend doesn’t matter you caused me problems. If you come unannounced and expect to be welcome you take things for granted. You could stand there and cry, but it doesn’t help the situation. If the seminar is in my dojo we have limited places, and there will be no special treatments.

I’ve seen this trend more and more the past 20 years. The first seminars I organised we had ~50 people signed up three months ahead, ~10 more signed up late. Now it is the opposite which makes it difficult to plan things, and we need to change this trend back.

I know there are those who can’t decide until last week, it is the same for me sometimes. But if it is a seminar I really want to go to, I sign up immediately and make sure I can attend. The art of planning and commitment seems to be disappearing.

Sometimes I can’t decide until the last week, then I’ll check to see if I would be welcome. If not I wouldn’t blame the organisers or cry about it.

Alright sorry for ranting but I don’t think everybody understand or take things for granted. If I get enough people that it would pay the extra rent for a bigger dojo I have no problems, this time.

If I rent a bigger dojo we can accept up to ~70 people. I kinda promised free beer if there is more than 50 people.

Again please sign up now!
http://kaigozan.se/seminarier/

Happy trainings!

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Masaaki Hatsumi – Taikai 1992 Malmö, Sweden

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230 minutes, 2.24 Gb for $34.99
(H.264, 400p) – Also available on DVD

This was the fifth time Hatsumi Soke visited the land of the Vikings. Accompanying him was
– Noguchi Shihan and
– Navon Shihan.

Doron Navon also acted as the translator.

The main theme this three day Taikai was Kenjutsu and Taijutsu

Hatsumi Soke taught a lot of Sword techniques, basics and more advanced techniques. Cutting, kamae, distance, timing and much more. He also taught Naginata-jutsu. He also taught Nichi-geki technique from Shindenfudo-ryu in great detail. Kyusho (pressure points), the basic way of striking in Shindenfudo-ryu, kicking, throwing and much much more.

Kenjutsu: Hatsumi Soke taught a lot of Sword techniques, basics and more advanced techniques. Cutting, kamae, distance, timing and much more. He also taught Naginata-jutsu.

Taijutsu: Soke taught Nichi-geki technique from Shindenfudo-ryu in great detail. Kyusho (pressure points), the basic way of striking in Shindenfudo-ryu, kicking, throwing and much much more.

Muto-dori: He also taught muto-dori techniques from various weapons such as Tanto, Ken, Bo and Naginata. …

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Masaaki Hatsumi – Taikai 1991 Malmö, Sweden

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taikai1991
240 minutes, 2.42 Gb for $34.99
(H.264, 400p) – Also available on DVD

This was the fourth time Hatsumi Soke visited the land of the Vikings. Accompanying him was
– Noguchi Shihan and
– Navon Shihan.

Doron Navon also acted as the translator.

The theme was Taijutsu and weapons.

The main theme this three day Taikai was Juttejutsu and Taijutsu. Hatsumi Soke taught break falling, rolling, stretching, throws, counters, kicking, striking and much much more.
He also taught how to use the Jutte for defence against unarmed attacks and various weapons such as sword, staffs for example.

Taijutsu: Soke taught break falling, rolling, stretching, throws, counters, kicking, striking and much much more.
Soke opened the Taikai and said that now that we have progressed so far he will start teaching us for real. So he started with the basics such as break falling and rolling, later going over some stretching exercises. There is not many videos out there where he teach basics like this. He did of course also teach us more advanced stuff as usual, good understand play manner.

Juttejutsu: Hatsumi Soke taught how to use the Jutte for defence against unarmed attacks and various weapons such as sword, staffs for example.

He also taught muto-dori, sword, naginata and many other weapons. …

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Masaaki Hatsumi – Taikai 1988 Stockholm, Sweden

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60 minutes, 543 Mb for $19.99
(H.264, 400p) – Also available on DVD

This was the first time Hatsumi Soke visited the land of the Vikings. Accompanying him was
- Oguri Shihan,
- Nagato Shihan,
- Noguchi Shihan and
- Navon Shihan.

Doron Navon also acted as the translator.

The theme was Taijutsu and weapons.

Soke taught Bujinkan basics such Koku from Gyokko-ryu. Taihenjutsu, rolling, tehodoki getting out from a hand grab, onikudaki, ganseki nage. Muto-dori evasion from sword attacks. Hanbojutsu techniques with a stick. Sword, spear and much more was also covered.

Thanks to Sveneric Bogsäter who allowed us to reproduce this video to DVD, now you to can get a copy of this great historical video document from the first Swedish Taikai. …

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