Well, there is Budo, which is photos and doka, by Ueshiba M., and there’s Budo Renshu (budo training in aikido) which has the drawings.

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Kayanomiya would eventually become Superintendant of the Army Toyama School — where Morihei Ueshiba would act as an instructor before the war. The more support that we get the more interesting new content we can budi out there! By donating you also renehu support our efforts at Aikido Hawaiiwhich has provided a state-wide resource for all Aikido in Hawaii, regardless of style or affiliation, for almost twenty years.

It was issued by Morihei Moritaka Ueshiba in Showa year 9 — The technique he was showing was included in the Daito-ryu scrolls issued in that same year. Happo bunshin — second from right in both photos: Rensbu day that I vividly recall was during the first International Aikido Federation consolidation in, I believe, That morning, instead of Doshu, Shirata Rinjiro sensei taught class.

There were easily one hundred and fifty people on the mat.

Aikijujutsu Densho – AKA Budo Renshu, by Moritaka Ueshiba

Shirata sensei was allotted one and one-half hours. The majority of the students were foreign, with buxo particularly numerous French contingent, many of whom had high dan rankings. Shirata sensei had a very quiet demeanor, very gentle, very humble.

The manners of French students were particularly appalling.

Shirata sensei bowed in and started warm-ups. Many of these high-ranking Europeans started engaging in conversations, ignoring the warm-ups these were not the dojo regulars — these were representatives of national organizations, many of whom ranked each other, who behaved with all the uncouth gaucherie of a United Nations bureaucrat with diplomatic immunity.


He started speaking about shihonage, underscoring what an important technique it was, and demonstrated shihogiri with the bokken. Osensei developed eenshu lot of things after I studied with him. I suddenly felt a hard poke in my back. I turned around, ready for some kind of Gallic expostulations, and there was Waka-sensei Moriterugiggling with a big grin on his face. Then Shirata sensei called Shibata-san out for ukemi.

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Imagine Shibata-san sticking out an renzhu towards the west. Shirata-sensei went further west. I truly thought his arm was going to be ripped off his body, but he managed, with two huge strides and a dive to get around in time to take a thunderous breakfall.

Shirata sensei threw him three more times, Shibata-san taking impeccable ukemi now, and he got up, a man in love. Others of us felt the same, both for the deserved come-uppance of our well-liked, but feared sempai, and also for this unknown-to-us, titanically powerful old man.

Unbelievably, though, many of the French were still talking, casually strolling off the mat, even as Shirata sensei demonstrated another technique. Well, actually, he attacked the entire Western world. He was sweeping around the mat, jumping in to a pair of practicing foreigners, and grabbing one after another, launching them through the air, off the mat onto the wooden runway, or literally splattering them against the walls, then moving on to another pale-skinned bduo and doing the same.

It bjdo like watching a fin-nipper in an aquarium, with all the guppies swirling away every time he drew near, one after another caught and renshk. Then, all of a sudden, he grabbed me, and spinning, wound up to throw me right into a wall.


I managed to step inside him and turn, an inward tai-no-henko, spun him another half turn, and with our momentum, his back slammed bufo the wall. The last half-hour of the class was much better behaved, I must say.

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Just one more interesting note before we get to genshu download…. What is interesting, is that many of the people in the post-war drawings appear to be…. Original version — stern and focused Kobukan practitioners Note the downturned eyebrows.

Post-war version — happy Aikikai practitioners.

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