Do you know what word we use in Japan for training, especially traditional arts like kendo? We use keiko. And do you know what that means? Find out the meaning of keiko and how to keep the quality of training high in this Kendo Podcast, episode 12. You might find this article useful.
Have you felt anger or frustration in kendo? Good! Then you know how to become a super saiyan from Dagon Ball. People laugh at me when I say that but this analogy is so right. You need to go to another level and your emotion will help you with it.
Be angry and learn how to control it! How to do it? Listen to the podcast 🙂
Many kendo sensei are born after the World War II now. It’s been over 70 years since the WWII ended. And the number of sensei who received teachings from pre-war sensei is becoming less and less.
The Japanese society has been changed and with that kendo also has changed. But some things should not change, don’t you think?
I would like to share what kinds of teachings I have received from a sensei who encountered many pre-war sensei and received teachings from them.
In this episode, I would like to talk about learning multiple martial arts at the same time. Upon the request from a patron, I am mainly talking about kendo and iaido. And I am sharing learning kendo and other martial arts at the same time.
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In this episode, you are going to learn what legendary Toda sensei thinks about shiai, especially tsuba-zeriai.
Toda sensei is 77 years old and probably the last generation who were directly trained by pre-war senseis. And sensei from this generation has very similar views.
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