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Seen & Heard: New Dollar Pizza Joint

Tribeca Citizen - Jun 19, 2017
You might see Kendo (“Japanese fencing derived from the ancient art of Samurai swordsmanship”) or Iaido (“Iaido is the practice of sword techniques which embody a series of cutting and thrusting movements in the drawing and resheathing of the blade.”).

Martial Arts: Whangarei Iaido Club on the rise

New Zealand Herald - Dec 3, 2016
A club specialising in swords has come to Whangarei and is looking for prospective members who want to sharpen their skills. Whangarei Iaido Club has come ...

A homemade suit of armor

Hastings Star Gazette - Apr 5, 2015
"'Budokon' means warrior's way in Japanese," Marsello said. Iaido is one form; the correct form of drawing and cutting in one stroke. Tamashigiri is another. "I am interested in the correct form for each sword - it's like an art," Marsello said. "A ...

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2013 All Japan Iaido Championships - Highlights

7-dan Semi-finals: Kumeda (Tokyo, left) vs. Kosaka (Oita, right): Kosaka wins 3-0 — 5-dan Semi-finals (part): Utsumi (Tokushima, left) vs. Ohira (Oita, right): ...

Kendo, Kenjutsu or Iaido? Understanding the Differences

Kendo 剣道 Kenjutsu 剣術 and Iaido 居合道 are martial arts that teach you how to properly use a Japanese Katana. What is the difference between these martial ...

Five Mistakes Students Make in Iaido

Suino-Sensei shows five common mistakes made by beginners in iaido, and explains how to correct them to make your swordsmanship stronger, more efficient, ...

How to Tie a Kaku Obi for Iaido

This is one of the most common ways to tie a kaku obi. But depending on how thick your waist is and how long your obi is, you may need to adapt your method to ...

Iaido 6 - Six Basic Moves