Why did O-Sensei choose the name “Aikido” for his art? The best answer wins a prize…

The name of “Aikido,” though perhaps not a household word, is widely known by the public, especially those who are interested in martial arts. The founder of Aikido was Morihei Ueshiba (1883-1969), often referred to reverently as “O-Sensei,” a man born in Meiji era Japan. The art itself has achieved a certain degree of popularity after World War II, and was spread to many different countries…

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