Aikido is a martial art that founder Ueshiba Morihei studied the mysteries of traditional Japanese martial arts and developed from martial arts to Aikido through rigorous mental training. Aikido aims to train the mind and body and to make a sincere person without competing for power mischievously. In addition, it is said that the movement of Aikido is the one that the founder shows "the rilito of the sword" in the body.
Morihei Ueshiba, founder of Aikido, was born in Nishinotani Village (now Tanabe City) in Nishimuro-gun, Wakayama Prefecture, and began martial arts from an early age, began his martial arts, and studied traditional Japanese martial arts, and completed the aikido in the rocky area of Ibaraki Prefecture after the war. This completed technique is called "Takemusu Aikido".
Aiki Shrine was built in Iwama Town, Ibaraki Prefecture by the founder of Aikido during the war, and is enshrined by the 43 great gods, including Susanoo Okami, and is said to have completed Aikido.
It is the only Aikido shrine in the world. Every year on April 29th, the Aiqi Grand Festival is held.
Saito Morihiro sensei
The late Morihiro Saito sensei was the high eston of Aikido founder Morihei Ueshiba, who served the founder for 23 years, was handed down the Aikido (techniques and forms) of the Founder Naoden left in the rock, and was the longest-serving teacher at the Aikikai, which had been protected by Aiki Shrine and Aiki Shuren Dojo (Ibaraki Dojo). He was one of the few apprentices who was able to receive weapons training from the founder, and was the only teacher who was allowed to teach swords and canes at the headquarters dojo, and taught Aikido extensively in Japan and abroad.
Aikido seminar was held in Osaka from 1999 to 1991.
Saito Hitohira sensei
Hitohira Saito sensei is the son of Morihiro Saito sensei, and he is a teacher who was trained by Aikido founders as a child, and after the founder's death, he was trained about Saito sensei, preserved the tradition of Iwama, and handed down the aikido of the founder, and he has taught Aikido extensively in Japan and abroad. After the death of his founder, he was protected by Aiki Shrine and Aiki Training Dojo with Morihiro sensei. In 2004, he left the Aikikai and established the traditional Iwama-ryu Aikido (Iwama Shin Shin AiKi Training Association).
Saito Hitohirasenseiwas invited to hold a Ikigus seminar in Osaka from 2003 to 29.
Introduction to Dojo
Introduction to Dojo
Our Aikido Dojo observes the teachings of Morihiro Saito, who had been handed down the aikido of the founder sanding in Iwama, Ibaraki Prefecture, and is studying the aikido (body art, swords, and cane) of the founder.
In addition, I also tell the attention (consideration) that the late Saito sensei has always been told in the rehearsal.
Since 1998, he has trained four years in Iwama as an internal disciple, and has trained as the last Japanese disciple by Morihiro Saito sensei . Beginners will also practice weapons techniques (swords and canes) from the beginning at the Aikido Dojo.
There is also an introduction from Iwama's inner apprenticeship, the founder of Aikido, and Saito sensei and hitohira sensei.
Reiwa in January 2nd, we left iwama Shinshin Aiki training party and became independent.
Aikido Training Place
It is a training place of Aikido in the Osaka district of The Aikido Dojo (Tsurumi, Moriguchi, Kadoma, Neyagawa, Osaka City) and Hyogo district (Kawanishi and Kashiwazaki).
Aikido training scene
It is a training scene of Aikido in the Osaka district of The Aikido Dojo (Tsurumi, Moriguchi, Kadoma, Neyagawa, Osaka City) and Hyogo district (Kawanishi and Kashiwazaki). There are also images of children (sword-to-cane, set-sword, set-up) weapons skills of Aikido.
It is a training schedule of the Aikido Dojo.
It is a scenery of the enbukai of the Aikido Dojo.
Aikido Training Campand Aikido Join Training
It is a scenery of the training camp and the joint practice of the Aikido Dojo
Self-defense of seminer
It is a lecture scene of the self-defense art.
Practice in Italy
It is a rehearsal scene in Ravenna (aiki shin dojo) in Italy.