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COURSE SCHEDULE 2021-2021

The courses will start on the 6th of September, 2021

Please, look at section Contacts for the detailed class schedule

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News: Aikido classes at lunch time

Monday and Wednesday 12:45 to 14:00

Please, look at the section Contacts

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Aki no Gassuku 2021

Autumn Budo seminar: Aikido – Jodo – Iaido

1-3 October 2021, Tenuta “La Selva dei Colli”, Mosciano Sant’Angelo (TE), Italy

with R. Iannelli, D. Romanazzi, M.R. Valluzzi

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Les Iles seminar 2022

Multidisciplinary seminar : Jodo - Iaido - Aikido

with G. Tache, D. Boetti, D. Romanazzi

and atelier of Japonaise calligraphy

with M.R. Valluzzi and  M. & J. Ponsot

26-29 May 2022, Les Iles des Lerins (Cannes, France)

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SMR Jodo in Danzica (PL)

Maria Rosa Valluzzi

Go-mokuroku, Chuden FEJ

Danzica (PL)

10-12 December 2021

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New schedule Iaido lessons

Starting from Monday 22 November: 19.30-21.00

Tsuki Kage Dojo Tsuki Kage Dōjō ASD
Affliated AICS and appointed by CONI
Shumeikai Italia Tsuki Kage Dōjō is a member of the dōjō ass.
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Doka # 72
Protectors of the world
And guardians of the Ways
Of gods and buddhas,
The techniques of Peace
Enable us to meet every challenge.

Ōsensei Morihei Ueshiba
(I canti della Via)
Visits since May 25, 2010
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Aikido Jodo Iaido Shodo
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Shodō
Shodō - The Way of Writing
The Art of Calligraphy was introduced in Japan from China thanks to the Buddhism before the end of the VI century BC. The writing of the Kanji (the ideograms originated by the ancient pictograms) is based on three main styles: Kaisho (script style), Gyōsho (semi-cursive or fluid style) and Sōsho (cursive or "herb" style). Kana (Katakana and Hiragana) were added over the VIII Century. The Hiragana, in particular, developed thanks to noblewomen, whom the use of the official writing was forbidden. It reached levels of extraordinary beauty, so it was then recognized and incorporated in the actual system. The Way of Calligraphy has many connections with Budo, especially with the Art of the Sword.
For deeper studies: Ten-Jin-Chi, by P. Krieger
 
Pascal Krieger Sensei