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Morihei Ueshiba O Sensei - Aiki Budo - Bokken (木剣) techniques.
Morihei Ueshiba 植芝 盛平 studied several different styles of kenjutsu (Japanese swordsmanship), but Aiki-ken is the name that O'Sensei given specifically to the set of Japanese sword techniques practiced according to the principles of aikido.
https://youtu.be/sBjUeCScNvc

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La bayoneta o juken es una de las armas más desconocidas del Aikido, ya que Morihei Ueshiba la usó principalmente antes de la guerra.
Este video muestra varias técnicas de juken jutsu, podiendo ver cómo se ejecutan técnicas de penetración (tsuki) con bayoneta, bloqueos y contraataques, y técnicas de mano vacía contra ataques, o juken dori.
https://youtu.be/nmXn-JNd_S0

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Morihei Ueshiba O Sensei - Aiki Budo - Tachi Waza techniques.
https://youtu.be/wlxIqynxXZM

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Morihei Ueshiba 植芝 盛平 practices Aiki-ken in Tokyo.
Aiki-ken is the name given specifically to the set of Japanese sword techniques practiced according to the principles of aikido.

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Suwari Waza is the generic name for techniques performed by practitioners seated opposite to each other in the seiza position 取り(sitting on one's knees), the formal style of sitting in Japanese culture.
And Hanmi Handachi Waza, a person sitting in seiza 取り defending against a standing Uke 受け (the receiver of the technique).

Suwari Waza es el nombre genérico para las técnicas realizadas por los practicantes sentados en la posición del seiza 取り (sentándose en sus rodillas), el estilo formal de sentarse en cultura japonesa.
Y en Hanmi Handachi Waza una persona sentada en seiza 取り se defiende contra un Uke 受け de pie (el receptor de la técnica).

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Morihei Ueshiba arrives at Hawaii at February 27, 1961,
accompanied by Koichi Tohei and Nobuyoshi Tamura.

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First teaching (一教 ikkyō?) ude osae (arm pin), a control using one hand on the elbow and one hand near the wrist which leverages uke to the ground. This grip also applies pressure into the ulnar nerve at the wrist.

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I made a practice of Aikido from the morning!
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