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  • Kendo World Issue 3.4 Available on Kindle now !!!!
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    Content Editorial: the yin and the yangs 13th World Kendo Championships Starting Over - USA vs JAPAN Chewing the Fat - Abe Tetsushi Alex Bennet 3 years for 3 days for 3 minutes Thoughts on the Japanese defeat Book Mark 1: the warriors path 21st European Kendo Championships Hanshi Says - Shimano Masahiro Nuts and Bolts of kendo: nuki-waza Book Mark 2: katori shinto-ryu Reidan-jichi - part 4: training sWords of wisdom: hei-tenka-no-ken Kendo Clinic: knee injuries in kendo - part two Makita Minoru sensei: kendo to me - the attraction The Formation of Japanese Budo Culture - ryuha kenjutsu Kendo that cultivates people - Part 2 / 3 Unlocking Japan - part 12: when in Rome Internationalization ...
    11th April 2013, 01:30 PM
  • Kendo World Issue 4.1
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    Content Editorial The Bokuto 55th All Japan Kendo Championship 46th Womens All Japan Championship East vs West The 53rd Tozai Taiko 2007 The Current Kendo Refereeing System: Room for Improvement Ishimatsu Shugyo Trip: a Play On Words Japanese Myths & the Significance of the Sword Teaching In a Foreign Language Talk With Your Kensen: Sekishinkan in Hong Kong Do You Believe in Miracles? Diplomacy, Budo and Love Historical Sightseeing No.2: Unganzenji Temple The China Connection Bushido in the past and in the present Part II Breathing in Kendo Kata DVD Review: All Japan Kendo Championships 1996-1999 Reidan-jichi part 5: Ab...
    4th February 2013, 06:45 AM
  • Kendo World Issue 6.3
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    Editorial
    By Michael Ishimatsu-Prime
    First, the editorial by Michael Ishimatsu-Prime reflects on a busy year for Kendo World, and discusses the furore surrounding Shōdai Kenji, the 2008 AJKC winner and Japan national team member.

    Hanshi Says
    By Kumamoto Tadashi
    Hanshi Says is a popular series in which Japans top Hanshi teachers give hints of what they are looking for in grading examinations based on wisdom accumulated through decades of training. This issue features Kumamoto Tadashi from Hiroshima. Kumamoto-sensei passed the 8-dan examination in 1987, and was awarded the title of Hanshi in 1995. He talks about the importance of degeiko and making the most of the opportunities that you have.

    Kendo and Aspergers: One Mans Story
    By Charlie Kondek
    This article focuses on Ted Koehler, a member of the kendo club at Eastern Michigan University who has Aspergers Syndrome. Charlie Kondek discusses the challenges associated in teaching someone with Aspergers, and how training can be adapted so that they can get the most out of kendo.

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    25th December 2012, 08:17 PM
  • Kendo World Issue 6.2
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    Editorial
    By Alex Bennett PhD
    First, my editorial takes a look at the recent WKC held in Novara, Italy. our tri-annual foray onto kendos world stage is becoming less predictable in terms of results, and which of the traditional kendo values will be tested by fire. The various incidents experienced at the recent WKC have us all questioning purported and personal kendo values. This has to be a good thing.

    The Nuts and Bolts of Kendo: What is Kyojitsu?
    By Nakano Yasoji (Hanshi 9-dan)

    Nakanno-sensei explains the intricacies of identifying your opponents mental preparedness and lapses. A vital skill for reaching the higher ranks of kendo. If you do not take kyojitsu into consideration, the technique will not be as successful. There is kyo and jitsu contained in every movement. If you can discern this, then you will know the optimum opportunity to attack.

    Hanshi Says Hanshi Says is a popular series in which Japan's top Hanshi teachers give hints of what they are looking for in grading examinations based on wisdom accumulated through decades of training. This ...
    6th August 2012, 07:35 AM
  • Kendo World - a Cumulative Table of Contents
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    Introduction
    When I decided to make a cumulative table of content for the five first volumes of your favorite magazine, I had several things in mind.
    First, I knew that it will help me a lot for my researches. I will finally be able to find quickly an article that has been lost for years in the maze of my memory.
    But, I guess that I am not the only kendoka who can read and who want to improve his general knowledge about the art.
    Since others might also be willing to use the wealth of information disseminated in the 20 issues of Kendo World -that is 2153 pages-, I have decided to print my work.
    I am sure it will be useful to many. At least it should be... It could make the difference in your next 8th dan grading!
    Second, I thought that it would be easy and fast to do. What a nice way to have one more line in my Curriculum Vitae! I was unfortunately wrong about that second point. But, as Confucius said to his disciples: no pain, no gain!
    This general table of context should normally have been followed by an index. In this case, this work would have been easily three times bigger. Therefore, I have decided, for the sake of the Amazonian Forest, not to write it.
    Instead I have classified the articles under general and/or precise categories. In some cases, the same article has been placed under different headings. That should help the reader to find quickly an article of interest.
    In some case, I had to change the original title. My friends from the editorial board having been sometimes without consistency or having simply made typo mistakes.
    Therefore, the first object of this table of content is to allow to find quickly an article. It is NOT a bibliography where the references can just be copied and used elsewhere. In this case, you should always crosscheck my reference with the original title of the article.
    I didn't mention systematically the translator's or the photograph's names. It doesn't mean that I don't respect their work... how could it be? I just choose that option to make the table shorter and clearer. Again, I will ask the reader to go to the original paper to find all these information.
    Here is the structure of this table:

    Sergio Boffa



    History

    Bushido, Budo, Philosophy & Spirituality
    An., Defining Budo, 2009, vol. 4-4, p. 3.
    Abe Tetsushi, Cultural Friction in Budo, 2005, vol. 3-2, pp. 8-17.
    Bennett, Alex, Editorial, 2004, vol. 2-4, pp. 4-5 [about the Budo Charter].
    Bennett, Alex, The Beginner's Guide to Bushido, 2004, vol. 2-4, pp. 50-56.
    Hellman, Christopher, Confucian Voices in Swordsmanship, The Jseishi Kendan, 2011, vol. 5-4, pp. 67-71.
    Inoue, Yoshihiko, Hokkai-Join and Reflections on the Meaning of Mokuso, 2001, vol. 1-1, pp. 13-16.
    Ishimatsu-Prime, Michael, Celebrating the Dead, 2009, vol. 5-1, pp. 64-65 [about 47 rnin].
    Ishimatsu-Prime, Michael, Bushido - Real and Invented, 2010, vol. 5-2, pp. 4-11.
    Kirchner, Thomas, Zen & the Martial Arts, 2010, vol. 5-2, pp. 107-109.
    Maeder, Stephan, The Adventure of the Way of the Sword in the 21st Century, Part 5: Bushido - Just Another Anachronism?, 2010, vol. 5-2, p. 47.
    Moate, Sarah, Zen Calligraphy and Painting of Yamaoka Tessh at the V&A, 2008, vol. 4-2, pp. 15-17.
    Moate, Sarah, Bushido, The Zen Calligraphy of Katsu Kaish and Takahashi Deish, 2008, vol. 4-3, pp. 84-87.
    Moate, Sarah, Suigetsu, "The Moon in Water", The Zen calligraphy of Yamaoka Tessh and Terayama Tanch, 2009, vol. 4-4, pp. 98-101.
    Nagy, Stephen Robert, Internationalization of Budo Culture, Important Question for the Future of Budo, 2007, vol. 3-4, pp. 84-90.
    Rothmar, Tyler, Kendo in Context, 2007, vol. 3-4, pp. 154-156.
    Takemura, Eiji and Ishimatsu-Prime, Michael, The Role of Confucianism and Swordsmanship in the Bakumatsu Period, 2008, vol. 4-3, pp. 56-57.
    Tanaka, Mamoru, Budo in an Age of Diversification, 2004, vol. 2-4, pp. 63-68.
    Uozumi, Takashi, Ryuha Kenjutsu, The Formation of Japanese Budo Culture, 2007, vol. 3-4, pp. 68-75.
    Wells, Ken, Budo & Business, 2003, vol. 2-1, pp. 34-35.

    Bushido in the Past and in the Present (by John Toshimichi Imai (1906) and introduced by Alex Bennett).
    Part 1: Bushido - What it is, and what it is not, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 114-117.
    Part 2: Bushido as Represented by a Typical Master, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 44-49.
    Part 3: Bushido as Represented in the Historic Dramas, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 76-83.
    Part 4: Bushido in the Present, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 78-82.

    Tales of the Samurai (by Miyamori A. (1920) )
    Chapter 1: Ungo-Zenji, 2004, Vol. 3-1, pp. 22-27.
    Chapter 2: The Loyalty of a Boy Samurai, 2005, Vol. 3-2, pp. 52-55.
    Chapter 3: Katsunos Revenge, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 122-135.
    Chapter 4: A Wedding Present, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 118-126.
    Chapter 5: The Heroism of Torii Katsutaka, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 126-132.
    Chapter 6: The Wrestling of a Daimyo, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 48-53.
    Chapter 7: The Story of Kimura Shigenari, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 88-98.
    Chapter 8: Honest Kysuke, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 50-58.

    Historical Sightseeing (by Bruce Flanagan)
    N 001, Itsukushima Island, 2006, vol. 3-3, pp. 118-121.
    N 002, Unganzenji Temple, 2007, vol. 4-1, pp. 40-42.
    N 003, Meiji-Mura Museum, 2008, vol. 4-2, pp. 94-96.
    N 004, Sekigahara Town, Ancient battlefield sites, 2009, vol. 5-1, pp. 126-129. ...
    28th April 2012, 04:57 PM
  • Kendo World Issue 4.2
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    Content Editorial Noma Dōjō - Forging a New Tradition The 22nd European Kendo Championships 2008 Hachidan Taikai Report Zen Calligraphy and Painting of Yamaoka Tesshū at the V&A A Fusion of Old and New Tozando Shogoin Store Hanshi Says: Sonoda Masaji Kendo Inside Out Part 7: Kakari-geiko Reidan-jichi Part 6: Rei sWords of Wisdom: Tsuttatta-mi (Upright posture) Unlocking Japan Part 14: Thug School Ideas and History of the Sword Part 2: Ancient Japan and the Sword Talk With Your Kensen: Bangkok/Bangladesh Cherry Blossom Kendo. A Short History of Kendo in Washington D.C. Dōjō Files: Kendo Clubs in the South of Fr...
    28th April 2012, 04:12 PM
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    Introduction
    When I decided to make a cumulative table of content for the five first volumes of your favorite magazine, I had several things in mind.
    First, I knew that it will help me a lot for my researches. I will finally be able to find quickly an article that has been lost for years in the maze of my memory.
    But, I guess that I am not the only kendoka who can read and who want to improve his general knowledge about the art.
    Since others might also be willing to use the wealth of information disseminated in the 20 issues of Kendo World -that is 2153 pages-, I have decided to print my work.
    I am sure it will be useful to many. At least it should be... It could make the difference in your next 8th dan grading!
    Second, I thought that it would be easy and fast to do. What a nice way to have one more line in my Curriculum Vitae! I was unfortunately wrong about that second point. But, as Confucius said to his disciples: no pain, no gain!
    This general table of context should normally have been followed by an index. In this case, this work would have been easily three times bigger. Therefore, I have decided, for the sake of the Amazonian Forest, not to write it.
    Instead I have classified the articles under general and/or precise categories. In some cases, the same article has been placed under different headings. That should help the reader to find quickly an article of interest.
    In some case, I had to change the original title. My friends from the editorial board having been sometimes without consistency or having simply made typo mistakes.
    Therefore, the first object of this table of content is to allow to find quickly an article. It is NOT a bibliography where the references can just be copied and used elsewhere. In this case, you should always crosscheck my reference with the original title of the article.
    I didn't mention systematically the translator's or the photograph's names. It doesn't mean that I don't respect their work... how could it be? I just choose that option to make the table shorter and clearer. Again, I will ask the reader to go to the original paper to find all these information.
    Here is the structure of this table:

    Sergio Boffa



    History

    Bushido, Budo, Philosophy & Spirituality
    An., Defining Budo, 2009, vol. 4-4, p. 3.
    Abe Tetsushi, Cultural Friction in Budo, 2005, vol. 3-2, pp. 8-17.
    Bennett, Alex, Editorial, 2004, vol. 2-4, pp. 4-5 [about the Budo Charter].
    Bennett, Alex, The Beginner's Guide to Bushido, 2004, vol. 2-4, pp. 50-56.
    Hellman, Christopher, Confucian Voices in Swordsmanship, The Jseishi Kendan, 2011, vol. 5-4, pp. 67-71.
    Inoue, Yoshihiko, Hokkai-Join and Reflections on the Meaning of Mokuso, 2001, vol. 1-1, pp. 13-16.
    Ishimatsu-Prime, Michael, Celebrating the Dead, 2009, vol. 5-1, pp. 64-65 [about 47 rnin].
    Ishimatsu-Prime, Michael, Bushido - Real and Invented, 2010, vol. 5-2, pp. 4-11.
    Kirchner, Thomas, Zen & the Martial Arts, 2010, vol. 5-2, pp. 107-109.
    Maeder, Stephan, The Adventure of the Way of the Sword in the 21st Century, Part 5: Bushido - Just Another Anachronism?, 2010, vol. 5-2, p. 47.
    Moate, Sarah, Zen Calligraphy and Painting of Yamaoka Tessh at the V&A, 2008, vol. 4-2, pp. 15-17.
    Moate, Sarah, Bushido, The Zen Calligraphy of Katsu Kaish and Takahashi Deish, 2008, vol. 4-3, pp. 84-87.
    Moate, Sarah, Suigetsu, "The Moon in Water", The Zen calligraphy of Yamaoka Tessh and Terayama Tanch, 2009, vol. 4-4, pp. 98-101.
    Nagy, Stephen Robert, Internationalization of Budo Culture, Important Question for the Future of Budo, 2007, vol. 3-4, pp. 84-90.
    Rothmar, Tyler, Kendo in Context, 2007, vol. 3-4, pp. 154-156.
    Takemura, Eiji and Ishimatsu-Prime, Michael, The Role of Confucianism and Swordsmanship in the Bakumatsu Period, 2008, vol. 4-3, pp. 56-57.
    Tanaka, Mamoru, Budo in an Age of Diversification, 2004, vol. 2-4, pp. 63-68.
    Uozumi, Takashi, Ryuha Kenjutsu, The Formation of Japanese Budo Culture, 2007, vol. 3-4, pp. 68-75.
    Wells, Ken, Budo & Business, 2003, vol. 2-1, pp. 34-35.

    Bushido in the Past and in the Present (by John Toshimichi Imai (1906) and introduced by Alex Bennett).
    Part 1: Bushido - What it is, and what it is not, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 114-117.
    Part 2: Bushido as Represented by a Typical Master, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 44-49.
    Part 3: Bushido as Represented in the Historic Dramas, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 76-83.
    Part 4: Bushido in the Present, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 78-82.

    Tales of the Samurai (by Miyamori A. (1920) )
    Chapter 1: Ungo-Zenji, 2004, Vol. 3-1, pp. 22-27.
    Chapter 2: The Loyalty of a Boy Samurai, 2005, Vol. 3-2, pp. 52-55.
    Chapter 3: Katsunos Revenge, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 122-135.
    Chapter 4: A Wedding Present, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 118-126.
    Chapter 5: The Heroism of Torii Katsutaka, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 126-132.
    Chapter 6: The Wrestling of a Daimyo, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 48-53.
    Chapter 7: The Story of Kimura Shigenari, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 88-98.
    Chapter 8: Honest Kysuke, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 50-58.

    Historical Sightseeing (by Bruce Flanagan)
    N 001, Itsukushima Island, 2006, vol. 3-3, pp. 118-121.
    N 002, Unganzenji Temple, 2007, vol. 4-1, pp. 40-42.
    N 003, Meiji-Mura Museum, 2008, vol. 4-2, pp. 94-96.
    N 004, Sekigahara Town, Ancient battlefield sites, 2009, vol. 5-1, pp. 126-129.
    N 005, Hokuriku Region, 2010, vol. 5-3, pp. 14-17.
    N 006, The Shinsen-gumi, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 73-78.

    Kendo (Pre-Meiji)
    Bennett, Alex and Ishimatsu-Prime, Michael, The Asiatic Society of Japan Lecture, Spiritual Sports, The Civilising Process of Japanese Martial Arts during the Tokugawa Period and Beyond, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 84-87.
    Bennett, Alex, Spiritual Sports, The Cultural Evolution of Japanese Swordsmanship, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 59-63 [from Tokugawa to Meiji].
    Bennett, Alex, Aesthetic Asceticism & the Role of Swordsmanship in Medieval Japan, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 18-27.
    Cundy, Antony, The 31st Nihon Kobudo Enbu Taikai, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 110-112.
    Cundy, Antony, The 75th Anniversary Demonstration of the Nihon Kobudo Shinkokai, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 90-91.
    Hellman, Christopher, Confucian Voices in Swordsmanship, The Jōseishi Kendan, 2011, Vol. 5-4, pp. 67-71.
    Nakamura, Tamio, The History of Bogu, 2001, Vol. 1-1, pp. 3-12.
    Takemura, Eiji and Ishimatsu-Prime, Michael, The Role of Confucianism and Swordsmanship in the Bakumatsu Period, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 56-57.
    Tanaka, Mamoru, The Value of Classical Martial Arts Texts, 2004, Vol. 2-3, pp. 56-59.
    Tavernier, Baptiste, Old Scrolls, Bokuden Matsugo-ry, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 39-45.
    Uozumi, Takashi, Ryuha Kenjutsu, The Formation of Japanese Budo Culture, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 68-75.

    Tradition & Transmission (by Antony Cundy)
    Tenshin Shoden Katori Shinto-Ryu, 2001, Vol. 1-1, pp. 40-45.
    The Maniwa Nen-Ryu, 2002, Vol. 1-2, pp. 66-71.
    Yagyu Shinkage Ryu Hyoho, 2002, Vol. 1-3, pp. 73-78.
    Kashima Shinden Jikishinkage-Ryu, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 55-61.
    Bichu Den Takeuchi Ryu, 2003, Vol. 2-1, pp. 70-75.
    Suio Ryu, 2003, Vol. 2-2, pp. 52-61.
    Kobori-Ryu, 2004, Vol. 2-3, pp. 20-26.
    Shindo Munen Ryu, 2004, Vol. 2-4, pp. 72-79.
    Morishige-Ryu, 2004, Vol. 3-1, pp. 64-71.
    Hoki-Ryu Iaijutsu (Hoshino-Ha), 2005, Vol. 3-2, pp. 72-77.

    Swords of Wisdom (from the book Kenshi no Meigon by Tobe Shinjrō (1998) translated by Alex Bennett)
    The Way of War is the Way of Peace - Hyōhō wa heihō nari (Iizasa Choisai), 2002, Vol. 1-2, pp. 64-65.
    Horses Kick! - Uma no haneru mono (Tsukahara Bokuden), 2002, Vol. 1-3, pp. 64-65.
    Win by Making Them Speculate! - Korashite katsu (Tsukahara Bokuden), 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 25-26.
    It shouldnt make any difference what tools you use... - Emono wo erabazu (Tsukahara Bokuden), 2003, Vol. 2-1, pp. 76-77.
    Stand out from the Crowd, be the Aspiration of Others - Hito no Hyoteki Tare (Saito Denkibo), 2003, Vol. 2-2, pp. 70-71.
    Become an evil Spirit - Akuryo to naran (Iwama Kokuma & Tsuchiko Doronosuke), 2004, Vol. 2-3, pp. 68-69.
    Devotion to the Way of the Arts - Geido Hitotsuji (Kamiizumi Ise-no-Kami), 2004, Vol. 2-4, pp. 70-71.
    Indestructible Mind- Horobosenu Kokoro (Kamiizumi Ise-no-Kami), 2004, Vol. 3-1, pp. 72-73.
    Man of Sincerity - Shinjitsu no Hito (Yagyu Sekishusai Muneyoshi), 2005, Vol. 3-2, pp. 58-59.
    Return the Mind - Kokoro wo Kaesu Koto (Yagyu Tajima no Kami Munenori), 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 90-91.
    The Sword for Ruling a Peaceful Realm - Hei-Tenka-no-Ken (Yagyu Tajima no Kami Munenori), 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 50-51.
    Listen to the Sound of the Wind and the Water... (Yagyu Jubei Mitsuyoshi, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 74-75.
    Upright posture - Tsuttatta-Mi (Yagyu Hyogonosuke Toshitoshi), 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 28-29.
    Offence and defence are inseparably linked - Ken-Tai Ichinyo (Marume Kurando Nagayoshi), 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 102-103.
    The Precision of the Short-Sword - Kodachi no Sae, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 24-25.
    Stealing the Sword with Savoir-faire - Kiten no Muto-Dori (Toda Echigo-no-Kami Shigemasa), 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 122-123.
    The Sword of no-contemplation - Muso-no-Ken (Itō Ittōsai), 2010, Vol. 5-2, pp. 96-97.
    The Mind of Abandonment (Itō Ittōsai), 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 60-61.
    No need for the Strength of demons (Ono Jirōemon Tadaaki), 2011, Vol. 5-4, pp. 24-25.
    The first cut is everything (Tg Tbei Shigetaka), 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 42-43.
    Iwao no mi (Miyamoto Musashi), 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 24-25.

    Miyamoto Musashi
    Boffa, Sergio, Miyamoto Musashi (1584-1645), the Gorin-no-Sho and Modern Kendo, 2004, Vol. 2-4, pp. 18-20.
    Flanagan, Bruce, N 002, Unganzenji Temple, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 40-42.
    Hellman, Christopher, The Last Manga Exhibition: Musashi Gets the Ending he Deserves, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 54-55 [about Inoue Takehiko and the Vagabond].
    Huegel, Scott, Nonsense and Origins: An Inspiring Conversation with Victor Harris, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 20-22.
    Uozumi, Takashi, Research into Miyamoto Musashis Gorin no Sho, 2002, Vol. 1-2, pp. 7-19.

    Kendo (Meiji to WWII)
    Bennett, Alex, A Brief Synopsis of the History of Modern Kendo, 2004, Vol. 3-1, pp. 6-15 [from Meiji to now].
    Bennett, Alex and Ishimatsu-Prime, Michael, The Asiatic Society of Japan Lecture, Spiritual Sports, The Civilising Process of Japanese Martial Arts during the Tokugawa Period and Beyond, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 84-87.
    Bennett, Alex, The Civilising Process of Japanese Swordsmanship from the Tokugawa Period and Beyond, 2010, Vol. 5-2, pp. 15-21 [from Meiji to now].
    Bennett, Alex, Who was this Pioneer?, 2012, vol. 6-2, p. 31 [about Nishikubo Hiromichi (1863-1930)].
    Bennett, Alex, A Stirling Century of Kendo Kata, 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 32-33.
    Ishimatsu, Yoshihiro and Ishimatsu-Prime, Michael, Jidai-Geki and Chambara, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 16-19.
    Kobayashi, Luiz, A Brief Overview of Pre-WWII Kendo in Brazil, Part 1, 2010, Vol. 5-2, pp. 26-28.
    Kobayashi, Luiz, A Brief Overview of Pre-WWII Kendo in Brazil, Part 2, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 62-64.
    Martin, Paul, Noma Dōjō, Forging a New Tradition, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 4-11.
    Moriyama, Ryōtsuku, Waseda University Kendo Club & Takano Sasaburo Sensei, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 99-101.
    Norman, F.J., Kenjutsu or Japanese Fencing, 2002, Vol. 1-3, pp. 15-22.
    Ozawa, Hiroshi, The History of Women's Kendo, Part One, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 66-68.
    Takemura, Eiji and Ishimatsu-Prime, Michael, The Role of Confucianism and Swordsmanship in the Bakumatsu Period, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 56-57.

    F.J. Norman
    An., The F.J. Saga Continues..., 2002, Vol. 1-4, p. 33 [about F.J. Norman].
    Bennett, Alex, Feature: The Search for FJ Norman: Western Kendo Pioneer, 2002, Vol. 1-3, pp. 12-14.
    Bennett, Alex, F.J. Norman: The Saga Continues, 2003, Vol. 2-1, pp. 50-51.
    Bennett, Alex, The FJ Norman Saga - The Final Chapter?, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 8-15.
    Norman, F.J., Kenjutsu or Japanese Fencing, 2002, Vol. 1-3, pp. 15-22.

    Kendo (after WWII)
    Abramo, Caio, The Current Status of Kendo in Brazil, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 10-13.
    Bennett, Alex, A Brief Synopsis of the History of Modern Kendo, 2004, Vol. 3-1, pp. 6-15 [from Meiji to now].
    Bennett, Alex, The Civilising Process of Japanese Swordsmanship from the Tokugawa Period and Beyond, 2010, Vol. 5-2, pp. 15-21 [from Meiji to now].
    Bennett, Alex, The Shinai-Kyōgi Experiment, 2011, Vol. 5-4, pp. 26-30.
    LAminot, Tanguy, The History of Kendo in France, 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 72-80.
    Lissabet, Ernest and Seto, Donald, Cherry Blossom Kendo, A Short History of Kendo in Washington D.C., 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 38-45.
    Martin, Paul, Noma Dōjō, Forging a New Tradition, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 4-11.
    McCall, George, Kendo in Scotland, 2003, Vol. 2-2, pp. 85-87.
    Nowakowski, Witold, Kendo in Poland, From the Beginning..., 2003, Vol. 2-1, pp. 78-79.
    Nowakowski, Witold, Lietuvos Kendo - Kendo in Lithuania, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 80-81.
    Peterson, Bryan, Malawi Kendo, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 64-65.
    Peterson, Bryan, Wenzhou Kendo, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 84-89.
    Yoshida, Yasumasa, A Brief History of Russian Kendo, 2002, Vol. 1-2, pp. 44-45.
    Weiss, Eyal, The Informal History of Kendo in Israel, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 53-54.
    Weitzner, Gabriel, From Brazil 82 to Brazil 09, VII South American Championship, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 46-49.
    Weitzner, Gabriel, Argentina New Kendo Wave & Why it Matters, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 79-81.

    Bujutsu Jargon (by Bruce Flanagan)
    Part 1 (Dj-yaburi, musha-shugy, rinki-hen, kakut-gi, bugei-jhappan, shinken-shbu, kirisute-gomen, katch), 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 38-39.
    Part 2 (Ashigaru, rnin, seika-tanden, bunbu-ryd, kuji-goshinp, deshi, sanpatsu-datt-rei, hait-rei), 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 46-47.

    Techniques

    Techniques - General
    Baba, Kinji, Getting to the Point - Tsuki, 2002, Vol. 1-2, pp. 20-26.
    Bennett, Alex, Bokuto-ni-Yoru Kendo Kihon-Waza Keiko-Ho, Training Method for Fundamental Kendo Techniques with a Bokuto, 2011, Vol. 5-4, pp. 40-43.
    Boffa, Sergio, Kendo & Violence, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 88-89.
    Chiba, Masashi, Know your Opponent, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 16-19.
    Edo, Kōkichi, Tsumura, Kōsaku, Shizawa, Kunio, Yano, Hiroshi and Watanabe, Kaoru, Practical Kendo, The Comprehensive Q&A Guide to the Art of Japanese Fencing, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 24-31.
    Gibson, Stuart, At the Sharp End, 2008, Vol. 4-3, p. 23 [about mukae-zuki].
    Gibson, Stuart, Its not the Hokey Cokey, 2010, Vol. 5-2, pp. 94-95 [about seme].
    Harwood, Steven, Breathing, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 56-59.
    Inoue, Yoshihiko, Hokkai-Join and Reflections on the Meaning of Mokuso, 2001, Vol. 1-1, pp. 13-16.
    Marsten, Jeff, The Wrong Warm-Up, 2004, Vol. 2-3, pp. 60-61.
    Nagao, Susumu, Kendo's Not-so-Common-Sense Kamae, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 36-37.
    Ōya, Minoru, The Technical and Psychological Methodology of Kendo, Part 1, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 5-9.
    Ōya, Minoru, The Technical and Psychological Methodology of Kendo, Part 2, 2003, Vol. 2-1, pp. 24-27.
    Ozawa, Hiroshi, Essence of Training in Japanese Culture: Technique Acquirement and Secret of Kendo, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 17-23.
    Robison, Hamish, Barefoot Kendo, 2012, vol. 6-2, p. 81.
    Rothmar, Tyler, What Senseis Do, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 130-133.
    Rothmar, Tyler, Motodachi, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 92-93 [interview with Yamamoto Kazuhide].
    Sakud, Masao, Kan-Geiko, 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 13-15.
    Shimokawa, Mika, Learning and Enjoying Kendo, 2010, Vol. 5-3, p. 34.
    Stroud, Robert D., The Concept of San Satsu H and its Relationship to Mittsu no Sen, 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 10-12.
    Takenaka, Kentarō, The Importance and Practicality of Maintaining Chudan as a Form of Defence in Kendo, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 31-37.
    Tsurumaru, Juichi, The Theory of Kendo, 2004, Vol. 3-1, pp. 40-43.
    Winter, Taylor, Becoming One with the Sword, 2011, Vol. 5-4, pp. 64-65.
    Winter, Taylor, Watch & Learn, 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 8-9 [about mitori-geiko].

    The Role of Breath Control (by Steven Harwood)
    The Role of Breath Control in Kendo: Part 1, 2001, Vol. 1-1, pp. 21-22.
    The Role of Breath Control in Kendo, Part 2, 2002, Vol. 1-2, pp. 60-63.
    The Role of Breath Control in Kendo, Part 3, 2002, Vol. 1-3, pp. 53-56.
    The Role of Breath Control in Kendo, Part 4, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 50-52.
    The Role of Breath Control in Kendo, Part 5, 2003, Vol. 2-1, pp. 52-54.
    The Role of Breath Control in Kendo, Part 6, 2003, Vol. 2-2, pp. 49-51.
    The Role of Breath Control in Kendo, Part 7, 2004, Vol. 2-3, p. 32.
    The Role of Breath Control in Kendo, Part 8, 2004, Vol. 2-4, pp. 61-62.
    The Role of Breath Control in Kendo, Part 9, 2004, Vol. 3-1, pp. 58-60.
    The Role of Breath Control in Kendo, Part 10, 2005, Vol. 3-2, pp. 92-94.
    The Role of Breath Control in Kendo, Part 11, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 96-99.
    Breathing in Kendo Kata, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 50-54.
    Breathing, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 56-59.

    The Nuts and Bolts of Kendo (from Kendo Jotatsu no Hiketsu by Nakano Yasoji and translated by Alex Bennett)
    Men Waza, 2002, Vol. 1-3, pp. 26-30.
    Kote, Do, Tsuki, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 34-39.
    Harai-Waza, 2003, Vol. 2-1, pp. 14-20.
    Ni/San-Dan-Waza, 2003, Vol. 2-2, pp. 37-41.
    The Principles of Debana-Waza, 2004, Vol. 2-3, pp. 14-18.
    The Principles of Hiki-Waza, 2004, Vol. 2-4, pp. 57-60.
    The Principles of Katsugi-Waza, 2004, Vol. 3-1, pp. 16-17.
    The Principles of Katate-Waza, 2005, Vol. 3-2, pp. 48-49.
    Suriage-Waza, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 42-45.
    Nuki-Waza, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 42-46.
    Kaeshi-Waza, Uchiotoshi-Waza, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 104-109.
    What is Seme?, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 14-15.
    What are the Principles of Maai, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 28-30.
    Striking Opportunities & San-Sappo, 2010, Vol. 5-2, pp. 66-68.
    Tsuba-Zeriai & Tai-Atari, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 9-11.
    Yuko Datotsu - The Valid Strike, 2011, Vol. 5-4, pp. 14-16.
    Zanshin and Sen, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 14-15.
    What is Kyojitsu?, 2012, vol. 6-2, p. 7.

    Reidan Jichi (by Ōya Minoru, translated by Alex Bennett)
    Chapter 1: The Greater Meaning of Kendo, 2004, Vol. 3-1, pp. 30-31.
    Chapter 2: How to Learn Kendo, 2005, Vol. 3-2, p. 19.
    Chapter 3: The Aims and Ideals of Training, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 50-51.
    Chapter 4: Training, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 48-49.
    Chapter 5: About Ki, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 56-57.
    Chapter 6: Rei, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 26-27.
    Chapter 7: The Technical Theory of Kendo, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 20-22.
    Chapter 8: Kamae, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 22-23.
    Chapter 9: Kamae, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 56-58.
    Chapter 10: Various Issues Surrounding Seme, 2010, Vol. 5-2, pp. 22-25.
    Chapter 11: Maai, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 12-13.
    Chapter 12: Striking, 2011, Vol. 5-4, pp. 17-21.
    Chapter 12 (sic): Kihon Dsa, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 23-26.
    Chapter 13*: Kihon Dsa, 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 20-22.

    Kendo Inside Out (by Honda Sōtarō)
    Part 1: A Comparison of Circumstance, 2005, Vol. 3-2, pp. 40-44.
    Part 2: Footwork and Cutting, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 52-55.
    Part 3: Kkan-datotsu and Kihon-uchi, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 91-94.
    Part 4: Kirikaeshi and Uchikomi-geiko, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 95-97.
    Part 5: Waza-Geiko, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 78-83.
    Part 6: Kakari-Geiko, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 23-25.

    Kendo that Cultivates People (by Sumi Masatake and translated by Honda Sōtarō)
    Part 1: The Themes of the Articles, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 40-41.
    Part 2: Teaching Children at Nymon-ki Level, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 76-81.
    Part 3: Adolescence, Good Time for Physical and Mental Forging, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 112-115.
    Part 4: The Role of Keiko at Tanren-Ki Level, Physical and Mental Forging Stage, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 88-91.
    Part 5: The Role of Keiko at Tanren-Ki Level, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 3-9.
    Part 6: The Role of Keiko at Tanren-Ki Level, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 66-69.
    Part 7: The Role of Keiko at Tanren-Ki Level, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 40-43.
    Part 8: The Role of Keiko at Tanren-Ki Level, 2010, Vol. 5-2, pp. 69-71.
    Part 9: The Conclusion of Tanren-Ki and Preparation for Seijuku-Ki (Maturity), 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 35-37.
    Part 10: Further Development, 2011, Vol. 5-4, pp. 53-59.
    Part 11: Further Development, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 27-32.
    Part 12: Making Use of Kendo Training, 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 39-45.

    Nito (by Yamaguchi Masato)
    Part 1: The Basics, 2005, Vol. 3-2, pp. 20-27.
    Part 2: The Basics, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 46-47.
    Part 3: Fundamental Techniques, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 106-111.
    Part 4: Basic Techniques, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 84-95.
    Part 5: Applied Techniques (1), 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 28-31.
    Part 6: Applied Techniques (2), 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 116-121.
    Part 7: Applied Techniques (3), 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 92-103.

    Reigi
    Inoue, Yoshihiko, Hokkai-Join and Reflections on the Meaning of Mokuso, 2001, Vol. 1-1, pp. 13-16.
    Ishimatsu-Prime, Michael, Ishimatsu Shugyo Trip, A play on Words, The Keiko? - Za-Keiko!, 2007, Vol. 4-1, p. 17.
    Oya, Minoru, Reidan-Jichi, Chapter 6: Rei, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 26-27.
    Ozawa, Hiroshi, Essence of Training in Japanese Culture: Technique Acquirement and Secret of Kendo, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 17-23.
    Robison, Hamish and Bennett, Alex, Kendo World Survey No. 3: Rei, 2002, Vol. 1-3, pp. 67-69.
    Winter, Taylor, A Reflection on Reigi, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 71-72.

    Kata
    Bennett, Alex, The Dai Nippon Butokukai Seitei Kenjutsu Kata, 2010, Vol. 5-2, pp. 29-38.
    Bennett, Alex, Bokuto-ni-Yoru Kendo Kihon-Waza Keiko-Ho, Training Method for Fundamental Kendo Techniques with a Bokuto, 2011, Vol. 5-4, pp. 40-43.
    Bennett, Alex, A Stirling Century of Kendo Kata, 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 32-33.
    Harwood, Steven, Breathing in Kendo Kata, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 50-54.
    Inoue, Yoshihiko, A Philosophical Look at Kata, Part 1, 2002, Vol. 1-2, pp. 34-38.
    Inoue, Yoshihiko, A Philosophical Look at Kata, Part 2, 2002, Vol. 1-3, pp. 59-63.
    Inoue, Yoshihiko, A Philosophical Look at Kata, Part 3, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 13-15.
    Inoue, Yoshihiko, A Philosophical Look at Kata, Part 4, 2003, Vol. 2-1, pp. 28-33.
    Lain, Aurlien, The Sun and the Sword, 2007, Vol. 4.1, pp. 63-64.

    Refereeing
    Bennett, Alex, Judges in Court, 2003, Vol. 2-2, pp. 6-8.
    Fukumoto, Shuji, Shinpan from Scratch, Part 1: Where did Rules Come From, 2002, Vol. 1-2, pp. 27-30.
    Fukumoto, Shuji, Shinpan from Scratch, Part 2: Correct Judgements in the Correct Frame of Mind, 2002, Vol. 1-3, pp. 31-34.
    Holt, Terry, The First Steps to Becoming a Referee, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 100-111.
    Ōtsuka, Tadayoshi, A Proposal for New Regulations and Organisational Reform in Kendo, An Attempt to Make Kendo more Comprehensible for the World, 2011, Vol. 5-4, pp. 77-84.
    Uehara, Kichio, The Current Kendo Refereeing System, Room for Improvement, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 14-16.
    Vitalis, Louis, How to Become a Good Kendo Referee, 2004, Vol. 2-3, pp. 70-72.

    Grading
    An., AJKF Shogo Examination, Kyoshi, 2002, Vol. 1-2, pp. 48-49.
    An., Kendo World survey No. 2: Gradings, 2002, Vol. 1-2, pp. 54-59.
    An., Taking a Grading in Japan, 2002, Vol. 1-2, p. 59.
    Bennett, Alex, The Great Wall of Four & Five, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 8-13.
    Gibson, Stuart, Its a Long Hard Road, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 96-97 [about 4 dan grading].
    Ishimatsu-Prime, Michael, Scaling the Fourth Wall, 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 16-17.
    Lain, Aurlien, The Nidan Grading, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 72-73.
    Marsten, Jeff, Seven, 2002, Vol. 1-2, pp. 46-47.
    Shin, Paul H.B., Reaching the Pinnacle with Helping Hands from Afar, 2010, Vol. 5-2, pp. 52-55 [about Kato, Shozo].

    Hanshi Says... (Translated by Alex Bennett)
    Arimitsu Masaaki, 2004, Vol. 2-4, pp. 22-25.
    Furuta Yukitaka, 2003, Vol. 2-1, pp. 6-9.
    Harada Genji, 2003, Vol. 2-2, pp. 29-32.
    Iizuka Saiji, 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 4-6.
    Ishihara Katsutoshi, 2002, Vol. 1-3, pp. 48-52.
    Iwatate Saburo, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 27-30.
    Kaku Toshihiko, 2005, Vol. 3-2, pp. 36-39.
    Kobayashi Hideo, 2004, Vol. 2-3, pp. 34-37.
    Kojima Masaru, 2011, Vol. 5-4, pp. 10-11.
    Matsumoto Akimasa, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 7-9.
    Murayama Keisuke, 2002, Vol. 1-2, pp. 50-53.
    Oka Kenjiro, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 96-98.
    Okada Yasuo, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 23-25.
    Okushima Yoshio, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 12-13.
    Okuzono Kuniyoshi, 2004, Vol. 3-1, pp. 18-21.
    Ōta Tadanori, 2010, Vol. 5-2, pp. 12-14.
    Sato Hironobu, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 34-37.
    Satō Nariaki, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 7-8.
    Shimano Masahiro, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 38-41.
    Sonoda Masaji, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 20-22.
    Tahara Hironori, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 4-7.

    Teaching and Coaching
    Boffa, Sergio, Kendo & Violence, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 88-89.
    Hanson, Dee, The Silent Kai, Deaf Students and Kendo, The Kagami Shin Dojo and Tim, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 52-53.
    Ishimatsu-Prime, Michael, Teaching in a Foreign Language, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 26-28 [Interview with Yoshisato Shōji].
    Kanzaki, Hiroshi, Some Thoughts on the Art of Kantoku, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 38-42.
    Nagy, Stephen Robert, Pedagogical Opportunities and Challenges of Teaching Budo, 2011, Vol. 5-4, pp. 31-38.
    Sheppard, Ben, Teaching Kendo in a non-Japanese High School, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 70-75.
    Sheppard, Ben, Teaching Kendo to Children, An Introduction for New Instructors, 2010, Vol. 5-2, pp. 39-43.

    The Kendo Coach, Sport Psychology in Kendo (by Blake Bennett)
    Part 1: Developing a Psychological Skills Training (PST) Programme, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 90-95.
    Part 2: Coping with Anxiety, An Examination of Arousal and Anxiety and their Effects on Performance, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 76-87.
    Part 3: Attentional Focus, 2010, Vol. 5-2, pp. 80-90.
    Part 4: Self Confidence and Goal Setting, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 43-47.
    Part 5: Literature Review of a Social Psychological Issue: Team Cohesion and Team Goal Setting, 2011, Vol. 5-4, pp. 60-63.
    Part 6: Aggression in Kendo: part 1, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 44-49.
    Part 7: Aggression in Kendo: part 2, 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 51-58.

    Medicine and Health
    Bennett, Alex, Budo for everyone, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 44-46 [about people with physical and mental disabilities].
    Carmody-Stephens, Damian, Kendope?, 2001, Vol. 1-1, pp. 31-34.
    Hanson, Dee, The Silent Kai, Deaf Students and Kendo, The Kagami Shin Dojo and Tim, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 52-53.
    Hitchcock, Karl, Budo with Bipolar, 2010, Vol. 5-3, p. 83.
    Robison, Hamish, Barefoot Kendo, 2012, vol. 6-2, p. 81.

    The Kendo Clinic (Translated by Michael I. Komoto)
    Arima, Saburō, Achilles Tendon Injuries in Kendo, 2001, Vol. 1-1, pp. 23-30.
    Arima, Saburō, Back Injuries, 2002, Vol. 1-2, pp. 39-43.
    Arima, Saburō, Kendo and Back Pain, 2002, Vol. 1-3, pp. 37-47.
    Arima, Saburō, Friction Blisters & Cracks in Skin, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 17-24.
    Arima, Saburō, Rear Foot and Heel Pain in the Kendo Practitioner, 2003, Vol. 2-1, pp. 36-45.
    Arima, Saburō, Biomechanics of the Left Leg in the Kendo Attack, 2003, Vol. 2-2, pp. 42-48.
    Arima, Saburō, Kendo Elbow: Elbow Extension Posterior Compartment Syndrome in Kendo, 2004, Vol. 2-3, pp. 42-53.
    Arima, Saburō, The Inversion Ankle Sprain: Ankle Lateral Ligament Injuries in Kendo, 2004, Vol. 2-4, pp. 35-46.
    Arima, Saburō, Toenail Injuries in Kendo: Part One, The Subungual Hematoma, 2004, Vol. 3-1, pp. 44-47.
    Arima, Saburō, Toenail Injuries in Kendo: Part Two, Onychocryptosis, The Ingrown Toenail, 2005, Vol. 3-2, pp. 28-33.
    Arima, Saburō, Knee Injuries in Kendo: Part One, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 66-75.
    Arima, Saburō, Knee Injuries in Kendo; Part Two, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 52-65.
    Arima, Saburō, Trigger Finger and Trigger Thumb, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 32-35.
    Arima, Saburō, Ganglion the Bible Cyst, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 46-47.
    Arima, Saburō and Komoto, Michael, Adhesive Capsulitis or Frozen Shoulder, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 31-33.

    Kendo events, Kendo-jo, Kendo personalities

    World Kendo Championship
    Abramo, Caio, 14th WKC and the Shinai Measuring Team, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 20-22.
    Bennett, Alex, 12th World Kendo Champs, 2003, Vol. 2-2, pp. 4-5.
    Bennett, Alex, 12th World Kendo Championships report, 2003, Vol. 2-2, pp. 10-25.
    Bennett, Alex, The 13th World Kendo Championship, Taiwan 2006 Dec. 8.9.10, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 4-11.
    Bennett, Alex, The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 2-3 [about the 15th WKC].
    Boffa, Sergio, A Few Thoughts on the 12th World Kendo Championship, 2003, Vol. 2-2, pp. 26-27.
    Boffa, Sergio, The Japan Defeat at the 13th WKC (Taipei), 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 31-32.
    Komoto, Michael, 14th World Kendo Championships, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 3-12.
    Shishikura, Masashi Kan, Starting Over, USA vs Japan, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 12-19 [about the 13th WKC].
    Yang, Christopher, Do you Believe in Miracles?, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 30-35 [about the 13th WKC].
    Yang, Christopher, One Chance, One Opportunity, The Story of Team USA, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 13-19 [about the 14th WKC].
    Yung, Vivian, For 3 Years, 3 Days, 3 Minutes, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 28-30 [about the 13th WKC].

    European Championship
    Crane, Caleb, 21st European Kendo Championship, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 34-37.
    Komoto, Michael, The 22nd European Kendo Championships, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 12-13.
    Odinot, Hein, Zago, Lorenzo and Komoto, Michael, 2005 European Championships, The Thrill of Victory & the Agony of the Feet, 2005, Vol. 3-2, pp. 88-91.

    All Japan Kendo Championship
    An., 49th All Japan Kendo Championship, 2001, Vol. 1-1, pp. 47-48.
    An., 50th All Japan Kendo Championship Tournament, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 74-75.
    An., The 54th All Japan Kendo Championships, 3rd November 2006, 2006, Vol. 3-3, p. 144.
    Bennett, Alex, 51st All Japan Kendo Championships, 2004, Vol. 2-3, pp. 6-12.
    Rothmar, Tyler, 55th All Japan Kendo Championship, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 8-11.
    Yamaguchi, Tamiko, The poster used to advertise the recently held 49th All Japan Kendo Championship, 2001, Vol. 1-1, p. 46.

    All Japan Womens Kendo Championships
    Bennett, Alex, 41st All Japan Womens Kendo Championships, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 69-71.
    Bennett, Alex, 42st All Japan Womens Kendo Championships, 2004, Vol. 2-3, pp. 28-30.
    Rothmar, Tyler, Womens All Japan Kendo Championship, 2007, Vol. 4-1, p. 12.

    Hachidan Taikai
    Bennett, Alex, Second All Japan Sembatsu Kendo 8th Dan Tournament, 2004, Vol. 2-4, pp. 26-28.
    Bennett, Alex, GR8!! Special 8th Dan Tournament, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 72-74.
    Rothmar, Tyler, 5th Hachidan Taikai Report, 2007, Vol. 3-4, p. 151.
    Rothmar, Tyler, 2008 Hachidan Taikai Report, 2008, Vol. 4-2, p. 14.

    Tozai Taiko
    Aatsu, Tadashi, East vs West, The 53rd Tozai Taiko 2007, 2007, Vol. 4-1, p. 13.
    Ishimatsu-Prime, Michael, 55th Zen Nihon Tozai Taiko Kendo Taikai, The 55th All Japan East-West Kendo Tournament, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 26-27.

    Other Championships and Tournaments
    Chen, Eda, 5th Hong Kong & Asian (Regional) Kendo Tournament 2005 Special Administrative Region China, 2005, Vol. 3-2, pp. 56-57.
    Huehner, Garrett, West Point, The 1st Kendo Tournament, 2004, Vol. 3-1, pp. 34-35.
    Jackson, Lockie, The 1st Otsu Cup, 2003, Vol. 2-1, pp. 22-23.
    Jones, Trevor, The 5th Ots Cup, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 128-129.
    Jones, Trevor, The 10th Ots Cup, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 64-65.
    Komoto, Michael, Russian Central Region Mini-Seminar & the 8th Annual Moscow Open Tournament, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 92-95.
    Marsten, Elizabeth, The PNKF Women's Tournament, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 62-63 [Pacific Northwest Kendo Federation].
    Peterson, Bryan, I Love China, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 72-74 [about Sportaccord Combat Games 2010 Beijing].

    Seminars
    An., Images from the 2003 Budo Seminar, 2003, Vol. 2-1, pp. 86-95.
    An., Gedatsukai, 2004, Vol. 2-4, pp. 94-95 [29th Foreign Kendo Leaders Summer Seminar].
    An., (British) Army Martial Arts Association, 2nd Novice Kendo Course, 2005, Vol. 3-2, pp. 78-80.
    An., Russian Seminar Report, An Assortment of Comments from Club Representatives, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 100-101.
    Baker, Philip, The 2005 30th Foreign Kendo Leaders Summer Seminar, 2005, Vol. 3-2, pp. 68-71.
    Bennett, Alex, Kendo Amigo: Guatemala, 2002, Vol. 1-3, pp. 23-25.
    Bennett, Alex, Bu Way in Norway? Yes Way!, 2002, Vol. 1-4, p. 47.
    Bennett, Alex, Iran and did Kendo, 2004, Vol. 2-4, pp. 6-17.
    Boffa, Sergio, Kitamoto #27, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 31-33.
    Channell, Randy, The International Seminar of Budo Culture, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 40-43.
    Ellero, Martino, 2007 Foreign Leaders Kendo Summer Seminar, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 70-73.
    Flanagan, Bruce, The Nippon Budokan Foundations Budo Culture Seminar Soon to Turn Twenty, 2007, Vol. 3-4, p. 153.
    Horita, Carlos, Democratising Kendo Instruction through Institutional Agreements, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 42-45 [about Iwatate sensei in Mexico].
    Komoto, Michael I., 26th Foreign Kendo Instructors Summer Kendo Seminar: The Kitamoto Camp, 2001, Vol. 1-1, pp. 37-39.
    Komoto, Michael and Peterson, Bryan, Mandal International Martial Arts Summer Camp, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 112-113.
    Marx, Katie and Sylvester, Kate, Connecting Oceanic Women, A New Seminar on Aiki, 2011, Vol. 5-4, pp. 72-73.
    ODonnell, G., 19th Annual Kodokan International Kendo Seminar, 2004, Vol. 3-1, pp. 74-79.
    Sanchez, Carla, Womens Kendo in the Lands of Diversity, 2010, Vol. 5-2, pp. 48-51 [Miwa Onaka in Ecuador].
    Santos-Pimpao, Laurent, Kendo Sensei Passing Through Catalunya (South-West France), 2009, Vol. 5-1, p. 132.
    Shioiri, Hiroyuki, Chile Report, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 98-99.
    Shioiri, Hiroyuki, The Chilean Kenshi, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 14-15.
    Stephenson, Alan, The New Zealand Kendo Federation Annual Kendo Seminar, Waikato University, Hamilton, August 10-12, 2007, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 60-62.
    Yukovic, Radosh, Belgrade, 2004, Vol. 2-3, pp. 38-41 [ZNKR delegation].

    Demonstrations
    Broderick, Jeff, Kyoto Taikai 2012, 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 86-87.
    Castelli, Donatella, The Kyoto Embu Taikai, The Ultimate Kendo Experience, 2011, vol. 5-4, pp. 22-23.
    Cundy, Antony, The 31st Nihon Kobudo Enbu Taikai, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 110-112.
    Cundy, Antony, The 75th Anniversary Demonstration of the Nihon Kobudo Shinkokai, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 90-91.
    Horita, Carlos, Exhibicion de Artes Marciales 2010, Budo Japones en Mexico, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 65-68.

    Other Kendo Experiences
    An., Endurance Challenge at Auckland Kendo Club, 2003, Vol. 2-1, p. 77.
    Chan, Angela, Au, Carrie, Law, Vivian and Nagy, Stephen Robert, Kendo in Hong Kong, Why are HK people willing to learn Japanese kendo despite the history of Japanese invasion during WWII?, 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 63-68.
    Dickie, Mure, The China Connection, 2007, Vol. 4-1, p. 43.
    Flanagan, Bruce, 2005 Aichi Japan Expo Kendo Festival, 2005, Vol. 3-2, pp. 82-83.
    Gibson, Stuart, Its a Long Hard Road, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 96-97 [about 4 dan grading].
    Hanson, Dee, Land of the Long White Shinai, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 20-21 [about New Zealand].
    Hanson, Dee, Kendo in Kathmandu, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 44-45.
    Huegel, Scott, A Kendo Homecoming, 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 28-30.
    Ie, Bryan, A Gaijins Path into Kendo, 2004, Vol. 3-1, pp. 83-85.
    Lain, Aurlien, Finding my Way, 2008, Vol. 4-2, p. 97.
    Lain, Aurlien, Do It Yourself Kendo, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 38-39.
    Lain, Aurlien, Building the Garden, 2011, Vol. 5-4, pp. 44-45.
    Maksay, Arpad, My Nittaidai Experience, 2003, Vol. 2-2, pp. 33-36.
    Prime, Michael, The 2nd Kendo World Gasshuku, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 142-143.
    Robison, Hamish, A Year in the Life of an IBU Exchange Student, 2004, Vol. 2-3, pp. 54-55.
    Van Rooyen, Peter, A Beginner in Japan, 2011, Vol. 5-4, p. 87.
    Tan, Alfred, Kendo in Shangai, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 75-78.
    Weitzner, Gabriel, A Sojourn in the Middle East, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 94-95.
    Wells, Ken, The Gogatsu Taikai, 2004, Vol. 3-1, pp. 62-63.
    Wong, Alicia, Wow!! Kendo Holiday in Japan, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 69-71.

    A Duffle Bag & a Bogu Bag (by Imafuji Masahiro)
    Part 1: Staying Afloat in the Deep End, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 54-55.
    Part 2: Diametrically Supposed, 2008, Vol. 4-3, p. 53.
    Part 3: Bouncer, 2009, Vol. 4-4, p. 59.
    Part 4: Demos!, 2009, Vol. 5-1, p. 96.
    Part 5: The Way of the Sword in Guatemala, 2010, Vol. 5-2, pp. 72-73.
    Part 6: Brilliant Cultural Boundary Crossover, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 28-29.
    Part 7: Promoting Kendo to the World, 2011, Vol. 5-4, pp. 50-51.
    Part 8: Indiana Seminar Report, 2012, vol. 6-2, p. 23.

    Talk with your Kensen (by Akita Toshimichi)
    International Musha Shugyō, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 138-139.
    Sekishinkan in Hong Kong, 2007, Vol. 4-1, p. 29.
    Bangkok/Bangladesh, 2008, Vol. 4-2, p. 37.

    The Dojo Files (by various authors)
    An., An Introduction to the Auckland Kendo Club, 2002, Vol. 1-3, p. 66.
    An., Fudoshin Kendo, Melbourne, Australia, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 67-68.
    An., Szigetkozi Junior Kendo Klub, 2004, Vol. 2-3, p. 31.
    An., May the Fourth be with You, 2011, Vol. 5-4, pp. 85-87 [Hutt Kendo Club, N.-Z.].
    An., Japanese Swordsmanship in Hungary: An Introduction to the Budapest Fnix (Phoenix) Kendo and Iaido Club, Hungarys Oldest Kendo Club, 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 60-62.
    Abbey, Eric and Kondek, Charlie, Kendo in Michigan, 2004, Vol. 3-1, pp. 48-51.
    Ariga, Taro, Toshikoshi-Geiko at E-BOGUs Butokuden Dojo, 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 18-19.
    Eizō, Yoshino, The Attraction of the Way of the Sword, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 57-59 [about the Waseda University Kendo Club].
    Holt, Terry, The History of Mumeishi Kendo Club 1968 to 2002, 2002, Vol. 1-2, pp. 72-73.
    Komoto, Michael, Mumeishi Dojo, London Mumeishi Dojo 40th Anniversary, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 26-27.
    Lain, Aurlien, Kendo Clubs in the South of France, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 46-47.
    MKAU and Peterson, Bryan, Macau Kendo Association Union, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 104-105.
    Peterson, Bryan, Going Postal, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 134-135 [Closing of the Teishin Dojo].
    Prime, Michael, The CyberDojo, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 136-137.
    Prime, Michael, International Goodwill Kendo Club, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 140-142.
    Robinson, Shane, The Worlds Southernmost Kendo Club, 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 69-71.
    Rothmar, Tyler, Finding Dojo in Japan, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 112-113.
    Stephenson, Alan, Auckland Kendo Club, New Zealand, Dojo Relocation 2008, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 38-41.
    Yamamoto, Jason, Orange County Buddhist Church Kendo Dojo, 2003, Vol. 2-1, pp. 68-69.

    Sensei
    Brundage, Greg, Living your Art, An Interview with Park Yong Chon - Korean Sword Master, 2007, Vol. 3-4, p. 143.
    Dickie, Mure, Luan Jujies Olympic Fencing Dream, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 54-55.
    Evans, Jeff, Kendo and the Search for Inner-Peace, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 90-93 [about Graham Sayer sensei].
    Gibson, Stuart, The Story of Ozawa Hiroshi, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 49-51.
    Grounds, Kevin, Female Touch, 2003, Vol. 2-1, pp. 58-59 [interview with Karukome Mitsuyo].
    Huegel, Scott, Nonsense and Origins: An Inspiring Conversation with Victor Harris, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 20-22.
    Jones, Adrian, Far, Far East, Part 1, 2003, Vol. 2-2, pp. 63-64 [about Don Trent].
    Jones, Adrian, Far, Far East, Part 2, 2004, Vol. 2-3, pp. 66-67 [about Don Trent].
    Kustosz, Andrzej, Master, Ando Kozo Sensei, 1940-2003, 2004, Vol. 2-4, pp. 30-31.
    Makita, Minoru, Kendo to Me, The Attraction, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 66-67 [Makita senseis presentation at the Nippon Budokans 19th International Seminar for Budo Culture].
    Peterson, Bryan, Konishi Sensei, Hanshi 8-dan, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 50-52.
    Prime, Michael, Fujikawa Sensei Interview, 2005, Vol. 3-2, pp. 6-7.
    Rothmar, Tyler, Motodachi, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 92-93 [interview with Yamamoto Kazuhide].
    Shin, Paul H.B., Reaching the Pinnacle with Helping Hands from Afar, 2010, Vol. 5-2, pp. 52-55 [about Kato Shozo].
    Sylvester, Kate, Strength to Strength, Continuing Growth and Success in Kendo through Life's Experiences, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 60-61 [about Kond Keiko, previously Baba Keiko].

    Obituaries
    An., Obituary, Nishiyama Yasuhiro Hanshi 8th dan, 2004, Vol. 2-4, p. 17.
    Bennett, Alex and Robison, Hamish, Obituary, Kawamori Keiko, 19 Oct. 1948-29 Dec. 2002, 2003, Vol. 2-1, p. 20.
    Dyakov, Alexsei, Obituary: Late Russian Kendo Federation President Nikolay Yakovlev, 2002, Vol. 1-2, p. 45.
    Ghijben, Elizabeth Badon and Metselaar, Alphons, Willem Gerard Ferdinand Bekink, 29 March 1919-9 April 2008, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 110-111.
    Komoto, Michael, Hashimoto Ryutaro, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 6-7.
    Hotovec, Vladimir, In Memory of Giga Toru Sensei, 28th February-31st August 2002, 2007, Vol. 3-4, p. 149.
    Schmidt, Richard, In Memoriam, Dr. (LtCol) Gordon Warner, USMC (Ret.), 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 4-6.

    Kendo Equipment

    Japanese Sword
    Boffa, Sergio, When Europeans were Discovering the Japanese Sword, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 57-59.
    Eien, H.M., Reflections on the Katana, The Beauty & the Brutality, 2008, Vol. 4-3, p. 66.
    Ishimatsu-Prime, Michael, Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan Event, Japanese Swordsmiths, Ohsumi Toshihira and Miyairi Norihiro, 2007, Vol. 4-1, p. 116.
    Jackson, Lockie and Ozaki, Akiyuki, Interview with Ozaki Akiyuki Japanese Sword Polisher, 2001, Vol. 1-1, pp. 17-20.
    Prime, Michael, The Japanese Sword Museum & Japan Sword, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 82-83.
    Rothmar, Tyler, Redressing Old Wounds: American Filmmakers Hope to Return a War Sword, 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 83-85.
    Sinclaire, Clive, Concerning Shinken, 2002, Vol. 1-3, pp. 70-72.
    Sinclaire, Clive, Spotting a Good Blade!, 2003, Vol. 2-1, pp. 80-83.
    Sinclaire, Clive, Brief Notes on Hizen-To, 2004, Vol. 2-3, pp. 74-76.

    Ideas and History of the Sword (by Ozawa Hiroshi)
    Part 1: Japanese Myths & the Significance of the Sword, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 18-25.
    Part 2 (a): Ancient Japan and the Sword, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 32-36.
    Part 2 (b): Ancient Japan and the Sword, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 58-61.
    Part 3: Swords in Medieval Japan, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 32-38.
    Part 4: Swords in Early-Modern Japan, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 66-71.

    The Adventure of the Way of the Sword in the 21st Century (by Stefan Maeder)
    Part 1: Introduction, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 68-69.
    Part 2: Enhancing Science by Considering Principles of the Sword (1), 2008, Vol. 4-3, p. 65.
    Part 3: Enhancing Science by Considering Principles of the Sword (2), 2009, Vol. 4-4, p. 77.
    Part 4: About Strength and the Happiest Face I have ever Seen..., 2009, Vol. 5-1, p. 115.
    Part 5: Bushido - Just Another Anachronism?, 2010, Vol. 5-2, p. 47.

    Forging Japanese Swords, Twenty Years on the Swordsmiths Path (by Sadanao Mikami, translated by Nick Mathys)
    The Process of Making Japanese Swords, Part 1, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 62-64.
    The Process of Making Japanese Swords, Part 2, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 70-76.
    The Process of Making Japanese Swords, Part 3, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 46-55.
    The Process of Making Japanese Swords, Part 4, 2010, Vol. 5-2, pp. 56-65.

    Kendogu
    An., Martial Aids, The Menstacles, 2002, Vol. 1-2, p. 87 [about kendo glasses].
    An., Martial Aids, The Men-Gane Cover, 2009, Vol. 4-4, p. 111.
    An., Looking after your Bogu, Part 1, 2004, Vol. 3-1, pp. 52-57.
    An., Looking after your Bogu, Part 2, 2005, Vol. 3-2, pp. 60-67.
    An., Tozandos 20th Anniversary, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 130-131.
    An., Miyako Kendogu, 2010, Vol. 5-2, p. 112.
    Bennett, Alex, Caned with Carbon, 2002, Vol. 1-3, pp. 57-58 [about the Hasegawa carbon shinai].
    Bennett, Alex, Clearly a Men!, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 65-66 [about the Hasegawa Mujun Men].
    Bennett, Alex, Bogu, Behind the Scenes, Part 1, 2003, Vol. 2-1, pp. 60-61 [Mitsuboshi Textile Co.].
    Bennett, Alex and Robison, Hamish, Kendo World Survey No 4: Shinai, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 62-64.
    Bennett, Alex, The Bokuto, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 4-7.
    Bennett, Alex, Tozando Shogoin Store, A Fusion of Old and New, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 18-19.
    Bennett, Alex, Bogu Pioneer, Sakigake, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 10-11.
    Bennett, Alex, A Stitch in Time, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 4-6 [Discussion between Sakudō Masao sensei and master Tawara Hirofumi].
    Gringras, Mark, Robison, Hamish and Bennett, Alex, Kendo World Survey No 5: Bogu, 2003, Vol. 2-1, pp. 62-66.
    Ishimatsu-Prime, Michael, Tenugui, From Rags to Riches, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 110-111.
    Ishimatsu-Prime, Michael, The Refinement Practice Sword, 2011, Vol. 5-4, p. 39 [Sei-Ren-Tō].
    Nagao, Susumu, Kendos Not-So Common-Sense: the Hakama, 2010, Vol. 5-3, p. 56.
    Nakamura, Tamio, The History of Bogu, 2001, Vol. 1-1, pp. 3-12.
    Peterson, Bryan, Tsuki Protector, 2006, Vol. 3-3, p. 16.
    Tavernier, Baptiste, Shoryudoh, An Interview with Tanaka Toshikazu, 2011, Vol. 5-4, pp. 12-13.

    By the Way (by Lockie Jackson)
    How can I choose the best bogu for me?, 2003, Vol. 2-1, p. 13.
    Its not so easy for me to have my kote repalmed..., 2003, Vol. 2-2, p. 28.
    Ive just bought myself a top knotch keiko-gi, 2004, Vol. 2-3, p. 19.
    How do I go about selecting the best shinai in the rack?, 2004, Vol. 2-4, p. 47.
    The Frankenstein shinai, 2004, Vol. 3-1, p. 32.

    Martial Aids (by Greg Manuke Robinson)
    Robinson, Greg, Martial Aids, 2003, Vol. 2-1, p. 96 [the wooden bokuto with saya].
    Robinson, Greg, Martial Aids, 2003, Vol. 2-2, p. 99 [the scratching bamboo babe].
    Robinson, Greg, Martial Aids, 2004, Vol. 2-3, p. 81 [the green grenade].
    Robinson, Greg, Martial Aids, 2004, Vol. 2-4, p. 96 [the kote cologne].
    Robinson, Greg, Martial Aids, 2004, Vol. 3-1, p. 92 [the x-strap].
    Robinson, Greg, Martial Aids, 2005, Vol. 3-2, p. 99 [the sword socks].
    Robinson, Greg, Martial Aids, 2006, Vol. 3-3, p. 137 [The wheel with appeals].

    Reviews (Books)
    Amdur, Ellis, Old School, Essays on Japanese Martial Traditions, reviewed by Antony Cundy, 2004, Vol. 2-3, pp. 62-63.
    Amdur, Ellis, Duelling with O-Sensei, Grappling with the Myth of the Warrior Sage, reviewed by Antony Cundy, 2004, Vol. 2-4, pp. 48-49.
    Broderick, Jeff, Kendo, The Essential Guide to Mastering the Art, reviewed by Bruce Flanagan, 2006, Vol. 3-3, p. 136.
    Cleary, Thomas, Training the Samurai Mind, A Bushido Sourcebook, reviewed by Michael Ishimatsu-Prime, 2009, Vol. 4-4, p. 103.
    Cleary, Thomas, Samurai Wisdom, Lesson from Japans Warrior Culture, reviewed by Michael Ishimatsu-Prime, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 106-107.
    De Lange, William, Origins of a Legend, The Real Musashi, The Bushu Denraiki, reviewed by Jeff Broderick, 2010, Vol. 5-2, pp. 74-75.
    De Lange, William, Origins of a Legend II, reviewed by Jeff Broderick, 2012, vol. 6-2, p. 26.
    Evans, John Maki, Kurikara: The Sword and the Serpent, reviewed by Taylor Winter, 2011, vol. 6-1, p. 82.
    Gruzanski, Charles V., Try Flyte Martial Arts: DVDs, reviewed by Antony Cundy, 2004, Vol. 3-1, p. 61.
    Hatsumi, Masaaki, Japanese Sword Fighting, Secret of the Samurai, reviewed by Antony Cundy, 2008, Vol. 4-3, p. 112.
    Knutsen, Roald, Rediscovering Budo from a Swordsmans Perspective, reviewed by Antony Cundy, 2004, Vol. 3-1, pp. 28-29.
    Lowry, Dave, Persimmon Wind, A Martial Artists Journey in Japan, reviewed by Bruce Flanagan, 2005, Vol. 3-2, pp. 86-87.
    Miller, Rory, Meditations on Violence, A Comparison of Martial Arts Training & Real World Violence, reviewed by Bruce Flanagan, 2012, vol. 6-2, p. 59.
    Otake, Risuke, Katori Shinto-Ryu, Warrior Tradition, reviewed by Alex Bennett, 2007, Vol. 3-4, p. 47.
    Sidney, James, The Warriors Path, Wisdom from Contemporary Martial Arts Master, reviewed by Tyler Rothmar, 2007, Vol. 3-4, p. 33.
    Tanaka, Fumon, Samurai Fighting Arts, The Spirit and the Practice, reviewed by Antony Cundy, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 38-39.
    Tokugawa, Tsuneari, The Edo Inheritance, reviewed by M. Ishimatsu-Prime, 2009, Vol. 4-4, p. 112.
    Wilson, William Scott, The Lone Samurai, The Life of Miyamoto Musashi, reviewed by Antony Cundy, 2005, Vol. 3-2, pp. 34-35.
    Yoshiyama, Mitsuru, The Kendo Grading Book, How to Pass Kendo Examination 4-dan to 7-dan, reviewed by Bryan Peterson, 2007, Vol. 3-4, p. 152.

    Reviews (DVDs and Movies)
    AJKF, 56th All Japan Kendo Championships, reviewed by Michael Ishimatsu-Prime, 2009, Vol. 4-4, p. 16.
    Empty Mind Films, Art of the Japanese Sword, reviewed by Tyler Rothmar, 2011, Vol. 5-4, p. 52.
    Hertz, Chiba Masashi, Jissen Kendo, reviewed by Tyler Rothmar, 2008, Vol. 4-2, p. 120.
    NHK DVD, All Japan Kendo Championships, 1996-1999, reviewed by Michael Ishimatsu-Prime, 2007, Vol. 4-1, p. 55.
    Perrin, George, 4th Dan, reviewed by Michael Ishimatsu-Prime, 2010, Vol. 5-2, pp. 44-46.
    Rothmar, Tyler, Redressing Old Wounds: American Filmmakers Hope to Return a War Sword, 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 83-85.

    Kendo Varia

    Various articles about Kendo
    An., Online Overhaul, Stratus11.com works with Kendo World magazine to forge a sharp new online presence, 2003, Vol. 2-2, p. 75.
    An., KW CrossWord, 2011, Vol. 5-4, p. 66.
    Abe, Tetsushi and Bennett, Alex, Chewing the Fat, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 20-27 [about Japanese and international kendo].
    Bennett, Alex, Editorial, 2005, Vol. 3-2, pp. 4-5[The Pain of Rejection - IKF & GAISF].
    Boffa, Sergio, A Cumulative Table of Contents, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 90-104.
    Carmody-Stephens, Damian, The Winning Edge, 2003, Vol. 2-1, pp. 10-12 [about fitness].
    Chapman, Trevor, Smile Kids Japan, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 69-70 [Charity for Japan].
    Daboo, Void = Absence, Simplification, 2007, Vol. 3-4, p. 150.
    Jones, Trevor, RoboKendo, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 60-61.
    Pilgrim, Axel, The Dōjō and the Boardroom Executing Strikes & Decisions, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 88-89.
    Sylvester, Kate, Unmasking Japanese Womens Kendo, 2011, Vol. 5-4, pp. 74-76.
    Takeyasu Yoshimitsu, Message from the All Japan Kendo Federation, 2001, Vol. 1-1, p. 2.
    Vitalis, Louis, Kendo, Iaido & Jodo, A Comparison Between Japan and Europe, 2003, Vol. 2-2, pp. 65-69.
    Wells, Ken, Budo & Business, 2003, Vol. 2-1, pp. 34-35.

    Kendo World Survey (by various authors)
    An., Kendo World Survey No. 1: Kendo and the Olympics, 2001, Vol. 1-1, pp. 51-55.
    An., Kendo World Survey No. 2: Gradings, 2002, Vol. 1-2, pp. 54-59.
    Bennett, Alex and Robison, Hamish, Kendo World Survey No 4: Shinai, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 62-64.
    Gringras, Mark, Robison, Hamish and Bennett, Alex, Kendo World Survey No 5: Bogu, 2003, Vol. 2-1, pp. 62-66.
    Robison, Hamish and Bennett, Alex, Kendo World Survey No. 3: Rei, 2002, Vol. 1-3, pp. 67-69.

    Japanese Academy of Budo (by various authors)
    An., Japanese Academy of Budo, 2001, Vol. 1-1, pp. 49-50.
    An., Japanese Academy of Budo, 2002, Vol. 1-2, p. 53.
    An., Japanese Academy of Budo, 2002, Vol. 1-3, p. 52.
    An., Japanese Academy of Budo, 2002, Vol. 1-4, p. 24.
    An., Japanese Academy of Budo, 2005, Vol. 3-2, p. 50.
    An., Its Academic: Note from the Japanese Academy of Budo, 2011, Vol. 5-4, pp. 46-47.

    Other Martial Arts

    Kumdo
    An., Road to the Olympics? Formation of World Kendo Federation in Korea?, 2002, Vol. 1-3, pp. 7-11.
    Brundage, Greg, Living your Art, An Interview with Park Yong Chon - Korean Sword Master, 2007, Vol. 3-4, p. 143.
    Katō, Junichi, From Korea, The Internationalisation of Kumdo, Part 1, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 99-103.
    Katō, Junichi, From Korea, The Internationalisation of Kumdo, Part 2, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 67-71.
    Katō, Junichi, From Korea, The Internationalisation of Kumdo, Part 3, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 17-19.
    Katō, Junichi, Current Circumstances in the Korean Kumdo Association, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 79-82.
    Kato, Jun'ichi, Video Interpretation Appeals According to the Korean Business Kumdo Federation, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 55-59.
    Lain, Aurlien, Kumdo Demystified, 2010, Vol. 5-2, pp. 98-99.

    Iaido
    An., AJKF Shogo Examination, Kyoshi, 2002, Vol. 1-2, pp. 48-49.
    An., Iai-Jinx, 2002, Vol. 1-3, pp. 51, 56.
    An., Taking a Slash at the Title: The 37th All Japan Iaido Championships, 2002, Vol. 1-4, p. 94.
    An., Martial Aids, 2002, Vol. 1-4, p. 95 [about cardboard cutting dummies].
    All Japan Kendo Federation Iaido, New Instructional Points, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 111-112.
    Bennett, Alexander, Martial Aids, 2001, Vol. 1-1, p. 72.
    Broderick, Jeff, 40th All Japan Iai Championships, October 15th, 2005, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 48-49.
    Channell, Randall V., Kumi-Himo, The Art of Traditional Japanese Braiding, 2007, Vol. 3-4, p. 127 [Sageo].
    Eura, Kazunori, Zen Meditation Experience, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 76-77.
    Goodman, Fay, At the Cutting Edge, 2003, Vol. 2-2, pp. 76-77.
    Hickey, David, Trafalgar Square and Iai in the Sky, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 74-75.
    Ishimatsu-Prime, Michael, Diplomacy, Budo and Love, Interview with Eli Cohen - Former Israeli Ambassador to Japan, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 36-39.
    Jones, Adrian, Gentleman and a Scholar - Kaneda Kazuhisa, Part 1, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 48-49.
    Jones, Adrian, Gentleman and a Scholar - Kaneda Kazuhisa, Part 2, 2003, Vol. 2-1, pp. 46-49.
    Kaneda, Kazuhisa, Iaido as a University Subject, Part 1, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 138-141.
    Katsuse, Mitsuyasu Kagemasa, Essentials for the Study of Iai, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 78-87.
    Nagy, Stephen, The 2005 June Iaido Regional Training Seminar, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 31-33.
    Nagy, Stephen Robert, Classical Iai Seminar, Are All Styles Created Equal?, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 106-109.
    Robison, Hamish, Zen Nihon Kendo Renmei, Iaido Seminar, Points for Instruction, 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 88-100.
    Taylor, Kim, Haruna Sensei Remembered, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 81-82.

    Iaido World (by Trevor Jones)
    Jones, Trevor, Iaido World, 2001, Vol. 1-1, pp. 56-68 [about Sogiri and Nuki Uchi].
    Jones, Trevor, Iaido World, 2002, Vol. 1-2, pp. 74-76 [about importing and exporting swords in Japan].
    Jones, Trevor, Iaido World, 2002, Vol. 1-3, pp. 79-80 [about organisations, gradings and competitions in Japan].
    Jones, Trevor, Iaido World, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 76-81 [about Haruna Matsuo].
    Jones, Trevor, Iaido World, 2003, Vol. 2-2, pp. 78-81 [A Conversation with Fay Goodman].
    Jones, Trevor, Iaido World, 2005, Vol. 3-2, p. 81 [World Iaido Championship].

    Cutting-Edge, Iaido (by Kaneda Kazuhisa)
    Kaneda, Kazuhisa, Cutting-Edge, Iaido, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 101-103 [general technical elements].
    Kaneda, Kazuhisa, Cutting-Edge, Iaido, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 65-69 [AJKF Iai 1-6].
    Kaneda, Kazuhisa, Cutting-Edge, Iaido, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 102-105 [AJKF Iai 7-10].
    Kaneda, Kazuhisa, Cutting-Edge, Iaido, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 88-89 [AJKF Iai 11-12].

    Jodo
    An., AJKF Shogo Examination, Kyoshi, 2002, Vol. 1-2, pp. 48-49.
    An., Interview with Nakanishi Yasushi, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 83-87.
    An., Koshukai, 2003, Vol. 2-1, p. 61.
    Broderick, Jeff and Sait Yukie, Interview with Jodo Hanshi 8-dan Furukawa Shinya, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 50-54.
    Broderick, Jeff, Eds 5-Dan Grading, 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 48-50.
    James, T.H., Jodo World, 2001, Vol. 1-1, pp. 69-70.
    Pickering, Anthony and Lee-Steere, Marcus, The Australian Iaido & Jodo Seminar & Championships 2004, 2004, Vol. 2-4, pp. 88-91.
    Taylor, Kim, A Brief History of ZNKR Jodo, 2002, Vol. 1-2, pp. 80-86.
    Taylor, Kim, Jodo World, The Place of Jodo in the Kendo Federation, 2002, Vol. 1-3, pp. 81-83.

    Naginata
    Amdur, Ellis, An Overview of the Way of Naginata, The Perspective of a Traditionalist, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 106-110.
    Bennett, Alex, All Japan Naginata Champs, 2002, Vol. 1-2, pp. 78-79.
    Bennett, Alex, Naginata Shiai, 2002, Vol. 1-3, pp. 86-87.
    Bennett, Alex, Shikake-Oji, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 90-93.
    Bennett, Alex, Naginata Kata, 2003, Vol. 2-1, pp. 84-85.
    Bennett, Alex, Great Naginata Masters of Modern Times, Part 1, 2003, Vol. 2-2, pp. 82-84 [about Mitamura Chiyo].
    Bennett, Alex, Great Naginata Masters of Modern Times, Part 2, 2004, Vol. 2-3, pp. 78-80 [about Sonobe Hideo].
    Bennett, Alex, The History of Naginata, 2004, Vol. 2-4, pp. 82-87.
    Bennett, Alex, Ishu-Jiai, 2004, Vol. 3-1, pp. 80-81.
    Bennett, Alex, Rhythm Naginata, 2005, Vol. 3-2, p. 85.
    Bennett, Alex, 4th World Naginata Championships in Brussels, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 118-122.
    Funahara, Shizue, The Importance of Kihon, 2001, Vol. 1-1, pp. 70-71.
    Lain, Aurlien, International Naginata Federation Seminar 2008 in New Zealand, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 72-73.
    May Yien, Jean, A Godan Experience, 2003, Vol. 2-2, pp. 88-92.
    Peterson, Bryan, In the Deep End, 2004, Vol. 2-4, pp. 80-81 [Shimpan].
    Peterson, Bryan, Joto High School Naginata Club, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 116-117.

    Naginata Technical Special: Shikake-Oji (by Alex Bennett)
    Part 1: Ippon-Me, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 76-78.
    Part 2: Nihon-Me, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 98-100.
    Part3: Sanbon-Me, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 123-125.
    Part 4: Yonhon-Me, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 114-115.
    Part 5: Gohon-Me, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 74-76.
    Part 6: Roppon-Me, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 104-105.
    Part 7: Nanahon-Me, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 112-114.
    Part 8: Hachihon-Me, 2010, Vol. 5-2, pp. 91-93.

    Jukendo
    Kelsey, Steve, Jukendo World, 2002, Vol. 1-2, p. 77.
    Kelsey, Steve, Its all in the Heart, 2002, Vol. 1-3, pp. 84-85.
    Kelsey, Steve, Retreating in Jukendo, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 88-89.
    Kelsey, Steve, Tankendo, 2003, Vol. 2-1, p. 67.
    Kelsey, Steve, Jukendo and Cross Training, 2003, Vol. 2-2, p. 93.
    Kelsey, Steve, Cutting the Corners, 2004, Vol. 2-3, pp. 82-83.
    Kelsey, Steve, Jukendo Kata - The Third Pillar, 2004, Vol. 2-4, pp. 92-93.
    Kelsey, Steve, Jukendos Simplicity, 2004, Vol. 3-1, p. 82.
    Kelsey, Steve, Jukendo World, 2005, Vol. 3-2, p. 84.
    Kelsey, Steve, Looking Back, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 144-145.
    Kelsey, Steve, Touch and Go!!, 2008, Vol. 4-2, p. 113.
    Tavernier, Baptiste, 16th All Japan Jukendo Championship, 2008, Vol. 4-3, p. 77.
    Tavernier, Baptiste, From Jukenjutsu to Jukendo, An Interview with Kobayashi Sensei, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 64-65.

    Jukendo no Kata (by Baptiste Tavernier)
    Part 1: Jukendo no Kata, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 97-105.
    Part 2: Mokuj Tai Tō no Kata, 2010, Vol. 5-2, pp. 100-106.
    Part 3: Mokuj Tai Tanken no Kata, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 104-110.
    Part 4: Tankendo no Kata, 2011, Vol. 5-4, pp. 92-99.
    Part 5: Tanken Tai T no Kata, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 83-89.

    Japanese Culture

    Japanese Culture - Generality
    Cundy, Antony, A Call to Arms: What Martial Artists can do for Japan, 2011, Vol. 5-4, p. 9 [about the earthquake and tsunami].
    Hellman, Christopher, The Last Manga Exhibition: Musashi Gets the Ending he Deserves, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 54-55 [about Inoue Takehiko and the Vagabond].
    Ishimatsu, Yoshihiro and Ishimatsu-Prime, Michael, Jidai-Geki and Chambara, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 16-19.
    Ishimatsu-Prime, Michael, Yasukuni, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 118-119.
    Ishimatsu-Prime, Michael, Celebrating the Dead, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 64-65 [about 47 rōnin].
    Ishimatsu-Prime, Michael, The Great East Japan Earthquake, 2011, Vol. 5-4, pp. 4-8.
    Lain, Aurlien, The Art of Devotion, 2009, Vol. 4-4, p. 63 [about calligraphy].
    Moate, Sarah, Zen Calligraphy and Painting of Yamaoka Tessh at the V&A, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 15-17.
    Moate, Sarah, Bushido, The Zen Calligraphy of Katsu Kaish and Takahashi Deish, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 84-87.
    Moate, Sarah, Suigetsu, The Moon in Water, The Zen calligraphy of Yamaoka Tessh and Terayama Tanch, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 98-101.
    Prime, Michael, The Way, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 24-30 [Chado - Tea Ceremony].
    Prime, Michael, The Experts, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 114-117 [I am NipponJin].

    Unlocking Japan (by Lockie Jackson)
    Part 1: Special Guest or One of the Rest, 2001, Vol. 1-1, pp. 35-36.
    Part 2: Dojos, Here and There, 2002, Vol. 1-2, pp. 31-33.
    Part 3: Do you know Ray?, 2002, Vol. 1-3, pp. 35-36.
    Part 4: Getting Practical, 2002, Vol. 1-4, pp. 10-12.
    Part 5: Making Sense out of sensei, 2003, Vol. 2-1, pp. 55-57.
    Part 6: Kens Story..., 2003, Vol. 2-2, pp. 72-74.
    Part 7: The Crying Game, 2004, Vol. 2-3, pp. 64-65.
    Part 8: The Funeral, 2004, Vol. 2-4, pp. 32-34.
    Part 9: The Way of the Bath, 2004, Vol. 3-1, pp. 36-37.
    Part 10: Eezii Raidaa!, 2005, Vol. 3-2, pp. 45-47.
    Part 11: The Barber Shop, 2006, Vol. 3-3, pp. 62-63.
    Part 12: When in Rome, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 82-83.
    Part 13: The Real Santa, 2007, Vol. 4-1, pp. 58-59.
    Part 14: Thug School, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 30-31.
    Part 15: Expats and Mates, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 36-37.
    Part 16: Lifers, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 48-49.
    Part 17: The Safe Country?, 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 124-125.
    Part 18: The Idiot Box, 2010, Vol. 5-2, pp. 110-111.
    Part 19: Budgie Boys, 2010, Vol. 5-3, p. 30.
    Part 20: Lessons Learned, 2011, Vol. 5-4, pp. 48-49.
    Part 21: Kendo & Football, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 40-41.
    Part 22: Reconnecting, 2012, vol. 6-2, p. 27.

    Shinai Sagas (by Charlie Kondek)
    Long Day, 2003, Vol. 2-2, pp. 94-98.
    A Mountain in the Mists, 2004, Vol. 2-3, pp. 84-87.
    The Invaders, 2004, Vol. 3-1, pp. 86-89.
    Shinken Shobu, 2005, Vol. 3-2, pp. 95-98.
    The Longest Enchō, 2007, Vol. 3-4, pp. 146-148.
    The Contenders, 2008, Vol. 4-2, pp. 60-67.
    Some Invisible Someone, 2008, Vol. 4-3, pp. 104-109.
    Three Ronin, 2009, Vol. 4-4, pp. 60-62.
    Im Different Now..., 2009, Vol. 5-1, pp. 108-111.
    The Fifth Poison, 2010, Vol. 5-2, pp. 76-79.
    You Know What to Do, 2010, Vol. 5-3, pp. 84-87.
    The Coming of Spring, 2011, Vol. 5-4, pp. 88-91.
    Management Secrets of the Samurai, 2011, vol. 6-1, pp. 33-35.
    You & Me, 2012, vol. 6-2, pp. 34-38.

    Humour
    Broderick, Jeff, Iai-Jinx, 2002, Vol. 1-3, pp. 51, 56.
    Broderick, Jeff, Iai-Jinx, 2002, Vol. 1-4, p. 24.
    Broderick, Jeff, Iai-Jinx, 2003, Vol. 2-1, pp. 45, 66.
    Broderick, Jeff, Iai-Jinx, 2003, Vol. 2-2, p. 5.
    Broderick, Jeff, Iai-Jinx, 2004, Vol. 2-3, p. 77.
    Broderick, Jeff, Iai-Jinx, 2005, Vol. 3-2, pp. 39, 87.
    Broderick, Jeff, Iai-Jinx, 2006, Vol. 3-3, p. 39.
    Doran, Kirk, Kirks Zodiac Zone, 2002, Vol. 1-4, p. 16.
    Doran, Kirk, Kirks Zodiac Zone, 2003, Vol. 2-1, p. 21.
    Doran, Kirk, Kirks Zodiac Zone, 2003, Vol. 2-2, p. 62.
    Doran, Kirk, Kirks Zodiac Zone, 2004, Vol. 2-3, p. 73.
    Doran, Kirk, Kirks Zodiac Zone, 2004, Vol. 2-4, p. 69.
    Doran, Kirk, Kirks Zodiac Zone, 2004, Vol. 3-1, p. 38.
    Doran, Kirk, Kirks Zodiac Zone, 2005, Vol. 3-2, p. 51.
    Doran, Kirk, Kirks Zodiac Zone, 2006, Vol. 3-3, p. 56.
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      Sergio, do you know Citavi (http://www.citavi.com/)? I had your thoughts, too ,but after the database of the demo version was full (100 articles maximum, each tagged with keywords and categorized), I gave up.
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