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A nice shot of Kisshomaru Ueshiba in front of a portrait of his father Morihei Ueshiba as the Dragon King - "Ama-no-Murakumo-Kuki-Samuhara-Ryu-O" (天の村雲九鬼さむはら竜王). A little bit about this phrase in "Three Doka and the Aiki O-Kami", on the Aikido Sangenkai​ blog:

http://www.aikidosangenkai.org/blog/three-doka-aiki-o-kami/
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Yasuo Kobayashi at Kobayashi Dojo with the young Hiroaki Kobayashi and Manabu Masuda, both now instructors at Kobayashi Dojo. More from Kobayashi Sensei in this two part interview on the Aikido Sangenkai blog:

Part 1 - http://www.aikidosangenkai.org/blog/interview-aikido-shihan-yasuo-kobayashi-part-1/
Part 2 - http://www.aikidosangenkai.org/blog/interview-aikido-shihan-yasuo-kobayashi-part-2/


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Yukiyoshi Sagawa throwing Tatsuo Kimura with "ashi-no-aiki" in 1996. More from Kimura Sensei in the two interviews below on the Aikido Sangenkai​ blog.

"Interview with Hiroshi Sagawa and 10th Gen Shihan Tatsuo Kimura":

Part 1 - http://www.aikidosangenkai.org/blog/interview-hiroshi-sagawa-tatsuo-kimura-part-1/

Part 2 - http://www.aikidosangenkai.org/blog/interview-hiroshi-sagawa-tatsuo-kimura-part-2/

Part 3 - http://www.aikidosangenkai.org/blog/interview-hiroshi-sagawa-tatsuo-kimura-part-3/

Part 4 - http://www.aikidosangenkai.org/blog/interview-with-hiroshi-sagawa-and-10th-gen-shihan-tatsuo-kimura-part-4/

"Yukiyoshi Sagawa’s Aiki, a true portrait of Transparent Power – Interview with Tatsuo Kimura":

Part 1 - http://www.aikidosangenkai.org/blog/kimura-tatsuo-aiki-transparent-power-part-1/

Part 2 - http://www.aikidosangenkai.org/blog/kimura-tatsuo-aiki-transparent-power-part-2/
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Here's an interesting work from Toshio Kuroda in PDF format. Kuroda argues that Japanese Shinto originated from China through Buddhism - particularly the esoteric schools such as Shingon. "What O-Sensei believed in was Shingon Mikkyo (esoteric Buddhism). O-Sensei’s grave and a monument to him is in Kozan-ji (高山寺 / Kozan Temple)." - Hiroshi Tada Sensei, "Aikido Shihan Hiroshi Tada – the Yachimata Lecture, Part 3":

http://www.aikidosangenkai.org/blog/aikido-hiroshi-tada-yachimata-part-3/
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"Well, the request from the students was “We would like to remember the techniques by doing each of them a little more thoroughly”, but O-Sensei would just say “Don’t remember them – forget them”. These days I say the same thing, but at the time I was confused. Because it was so completely different from any other form of physical education. In any case, there weren’t even any names for the techniques. (laughing)" - more from Shigenobu Okumura Sensei in this two part interview on the Aikido Sangenkai​ blog:

Part 1 - http://www.aikidosangenkai.org/blog/interview-aikido-shihan-shigenobu-okumura-part-1/
Part 2 - http://www.aikidosangenkai.org/blog/interview-aikido-shihan-shigenobu-okumura-part-2/
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An interesting bit about standing from Scott Meredith 
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Masatake Fujita probably spent more time with Morihei Ueshiba during the last two years of his life than anybody else - here's an interesting bit from his interview on the Aikido Sangenkai blog:

Q: In terms of technique, did you notice a change in the Founder while you were watching him?
A: No, there wasn’t really any change. That’s probably true even from before the war, because even when you watch the video tape from Showa year 12 (1937), the year I was born, that’s true.

Part 1 - http://www.aikidosangenkai.org/blog/interview-aikido-shihan-masatake-fujita-part-1/
Part 2 - http://www.aikidosangenkai.org/blog/interview-aikido-shihan-masatake-fujita-part-2/
The Aikido Sangenkai is affiliated with the Aikikai Foundation, Tokyo JAPAN
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"However, such slow and melting stretching promises to provide good stimulation for fascial tissues, which are hardly reached by classic muscle training, such as the extramuscular fasciae and the intramuscular fasciae oriented in parallel to the myofibers." - an interesting article on opening the joints for health and internal martial training from Chris Davis. 
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Ni-Dai Doshu Kisshomaru Ueshiba gives his uke some "air" time. More about how Kisshomaru Doshu came to Hawaii in "Kisshomaru Ueshiba, Mangos and Johnny Walker Black" on the Aikido Sangenkai​ blog:

http://www.aikidosangenkai.org/blog/kisshomaru-ueshiba-mango-johnny-walker-black/
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Was reminded that Daito-ryu Roppokai founder Seigo Okamoto passed away on this day, January 17th, in 2015. Here he is right here in Hawaii in 1992. 
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Takashi Nonaka (center) with Koichi Tohei (left) and Shunichi Suzuki of Maui (right) in Honolulu, 1980's (photo courtesy of Susan Branz). More about Nonaka Sensei in "Flow Like a River: Takashi Nonaka and the Hilo Ki-Aikido Club" on the Aikido Sangenkai​ blog:

http://www.aikidosangenkai.org/blog/takashi-nonaka-hilo-ki-aikido/
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