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Affliated AICS and appointed by CONI
Shumeikai Italia Tsuki Kage Dōjō is a member of the dōjō ass.
Shumeikai Italia
Higashi No Yume Tsuki Kage Dōjō is twinned with
Higashi No Yume Dōjō
Mutokukai Europe Tsuki Kage Dōjō is a member of the dōjō network
Mutokukai Europe
Doka # 29
All life is a manifestation of the spirit, the manifestation of love. And the Art of Peace is the purest form of that principle. A warrior is charged with bringing a halt to all contention and strife. Universal love functions in many forms; each manifestation should be allowed free expression. The Art of Peace is true democracy.

Ōsensei Morihei Ueshiba
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Visits since May 25, 2010
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Aikidō
Aikidō - The Way of the Harmony of the Spirit
Aikidō is a traditional Japanese martial art, founded by Ueshiba Morihei (recognized as Big Master, Ōsensei) during 1925-40, and diffused worldwide only from the 50s. It is characterized by a comprehensive approach aimed at improving the individual and the world by pursuing an inner and outward peaceful condition. The discipline is a enlightened synthesis of ancient schools of fighting whit weapons (sabre, spear, stick and bare hands), which combines effectiveness to the activation of movements through "non-resistant" paths, able to immobilize or throw the attacker without injuring him/her.
 
Ōsensei Morihei Ueshiba (1883-1969)
 
Tsuki Kage Dōjō is a member of Shumeikai Italia dōjō association
Shumeikai Italia is affiliated with Shumeikan, the school of Nobuyoshi Tamura Sensei, Shihan VIII Dan, recently departed (July 9, 2010), direct disciple of the Aikidō Founder and responsible for the development of Aikidō in Europa, established in Bràs, France.
Reference experts of the schools, at national and international level, are: Stéphane BENEDETTI Shihan (VII Dan), Malcolm Tiki SHEWAN (VI Dan) and René VAN-DROOGENBROECK (known as VDB, VII Dan, gone the 14th of February 2012).
SHU means to study; MEI means clear, bright, manifest; KAN indicates the reference house of the school, whereas KAI denotes the association.
 
Nobuyoshi Tamura Sensei e Ōsensei (1961)