Founded in 1963 by Otani Sensei, New York Budokai is one of the first iaido schools in America. Please join us at The Japan Society on Friday, April 12th, from 7-9 PM to help us celebrate fifty years of budo. We are also getting a special cake from none other than the "Cake Boss" of TLC
Sensei Rick Beal has been studying and teaching Kyudo for the last 30 years and maintains one of the earliest Kyudo dojos (Nanka) in the US. His approach to Kyudo includes a refinement of the physical practice along with a strong meditative and spiritual component. For Beginners and Intermediate Practioners.
Announcing a Ryushin Shouchi Ryu Iaijutsu 4 day workshop beginning on October 12th and ending on the October 15th. This 4 day workshop will be conducted by Soke Kunikazu Yahagi: include comprehensive instruction in Kihon (fundamentals), formal Kata (solo forms), Kumidachi (partner practice), Kenjutsu (fencing); and Shinsa. Hosted by New York Budokai and Yoshitsune Jujutsu Kai
Sensei Phil Ortiz is going to the Toko Dojo TBD everyone invited Please contact Charles Barett firstname.lastname@example.org
Sensei Phil Ortiz is going to the Toko Dojo 11:00-3:00 ish everyone invited Please contact Charles Barett email@example.com
Join New York Budokai and Toko Kyu Dojo as we participate in the second annual Bon-Odori Festival, in New Paltz, New York; for returning visitors please take note of the new location.
Check out the new film by Takashi Miike "Hari-Kari" and register to win a free intro sword class at New York Budokai. Just follow the Tribeca Film twitter feed for details. #HaraKiri3D opens this Fri in NYC! Retweet this & enter to win a FREE intro samurai sword class from @NYBUDOKAI: http://bit.ly/Pa43VH Ends 7/20 https://twitter.com/TribecaFilm/status/224939804163448833
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