May
30

Kanshu Sunadomari: “He had a peculiar way of using his wrist and forearm to break uke’s balance with impeccable timing.”

Fukiko Sunadomari Sensei came from a family of devout Omoto believers. Her father was a friend of Morihei dating back to the Ayabe period in the 1920s. The elder Sunadomari had three children, all of whom were lifetime followers of the Omoto religion. The eldest was Kanemoto Sunadomari, the man who wrote the first biography of Morihei Ueshiba that was published in 1969, shortly before the Founder’s death. The second child, Fukiko, was his half sister. And the third, the youngest of the siblings, was a man named Kanshu….

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