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PDF Free Download: Aiki News No. 74 – “Daito-ryu study ‘mandatory’ for Aikido history”



“It’s time for us to have a little heart-to-heart chat. I was recently asked about the significance of the appearance of regular articles on Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu in these pages. After all, we are a publication devoted to Aikido. To be perfectly honest with you, I was somewhat taken aback by the question since I had dealt with this topic in editorials in the past. My first reaction was….”

Contents


     ● Editorial – The Ascent of Daito-ryu by Stanley Pranin
     ● Yukiyoshi Sagawa Interview: Daito-ryu Aiki Jujutsu Master, by Aiki News Staff
     ● Heard in the Dojo
     ● Noriaki Inoue Interview (2): Shinei Taido Doshu, by Stanley Pranin
     ● Japanese for Aikidoka: Language Instruction
     ● Morihiro Saito Interview (1): Iwama Dojo Chief Instructor, by Stanley Pranin
     ● Morihiro Saito Technical Notebook — Spear technique, by Morihiro Saito
     ● Sokaku Takeda Biography (1): Daito-ryu Historical Background, by Tokimune Takeda
     ● An Aikido Life (5): “Aikido Basics”, by Gozo Shioda
     ● Morihei Ueshiba Biography (3), by Kanemoto Sunadomari
     ● Aiki News Book Service: Books on Aiki, Daito-ryu
     ● Aikido and Police Tactics (5), by John Lamont
     ● The Martial Arts Background of Morihei Ueshiba, by Laszlo Abel
     ● Letters to the Editor: Our Readers Speak Out
     ● Aiki News Video Collection: World’s Largest Film Library

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Comments

  1. Alex Garza says:

    I have been practicing aikido since I was 17 years old, now I’m 34 and I’m very proud to have found aikido in my life. When I practice, aikido makes me a better man and when i do my best I can practice aikido better. Thank you for all aikido you can share with me.

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