Feb
18

“Budo” provides a capsule view of those techniques that Ueshiba considered the basics and the way they were executed in the mid-1930s

From a technical standpoint, “Budo” offers numerous insights into the prewar martial art of Morihei Ueshiba. It provides a capsule view of those techniques that Ueshiba considered the basics and the way they were executed in the mid-1930s. The technical descriptions offered are succinct and highly instructive. As “Budo” was published in 1938, the techniques covered represent a transition phase between the Daito-ryu aikijujutsu Ueshiba learned from Sokaku Takeda and modern aikido.

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