Sep
30

Add Morihei Ueshiba’s Name Card to Your Collection of Aikido Memorabilia

“For those who believe that Morihei’s association with the Omoto religion became distant after the Second Omoto Incident of December 1935, this simple name card speaks volumes…”

For those who have come to believe that Morihei’s association with the Omoto religion became distant after the devastating consequences of the Second Omoto Incident of December 1935, this simple name card speaks volumes. This “meishi” was used by Morihei toward the end of his life and he is listed as the “President” of one of the Omoto religion’s most active arms. Historically speaking, the truth is that Morihei continued regular association with the Omoto after the war and, even visited Onisaburo Deguchi in Kameoka shortly before his death in 1948…

Click here to read the entire article and download a hi-res version of Morihei Ueshiba’s actual name card to your computer

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