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  • WKC Female kendoka shiai video..

    Hey special treat for female kendokas !!!

    1) Korean team.. I love her Kote ..
    http://kummisa.cafe24.com/10/10-47.wmv

    2) Japan vs USA
    http://kummisa.cafe24.com/10/10-49.wmv

    3) Korea vs Japan
    http://kummisa.cafe24.com/10/10-51.wmv

    4) Japan vs Korea
    http://kummisa.cafe24.com/10/10-53.wmv

    Enjoy.

    PS. If too many people download, you might have to wait for a day before you download this again.

  • #2
    wow cool video
    any other video?

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    • #3
      Actually there are a bunch of other videos from Team Canada vs Team Brazil!

      Sato vs Matthew Raymond (this one is great)
      http://kummisa.cafe24.com/10/10-6.wmv

      R. Kishikawa vs Motoki Asaoka
      http://kummisa.cafe24.com/10/10-7.wmv

      Hayashi vs Philip Nishikihama
      http://kummisa.cafe24.com/10/10-8.wmv
      http://kummisa.cafe24.com/10/10-9.wmv

      Someya vs Bryan Asa
      http://kummisa.cafe24.com/10/10-6.wmv

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      • #4
        Too bad there isnt any sound .

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        • #5
          Turn your speakers on dude.

          Thanks for the links rainmaker! I enjoy all the clips but especially like the second one.

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          • #6
            Are we looking at clips that are 14-year-old classics?

            Canada flag was from the 8th WKC in 1991, or was it just one hanging from the audience?
            Last edited by mingshi; 15th August 2005, 01:47 AM.

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            • #7
              Those clips are from the Kyoto WKC in 1997

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              • #8
                Can anyone tell us who are the japan team members? I can't read kanji but i'm sure that the fukyshio is Masahiro Myiazaki and the taishyo is Ishida Toshiya and the others?

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                • #9
                  Mingshi, darling.. so charming but so demanding... Actually, I don't know where this is from but yes, it is pretty old one. I don't think it is 1991 since I notice few senseis from here. It could be 1997...

                  Originally posted by mingshi
                  Are we looking at clips that are 14-year-old classics?

                  Canada flag was from the 8th WKC in 1991, or was it just one hanging from the audience?

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                  • #10
                    I think they are from 1997 Kyoto WKC.
                    Men's team final are clips from 10-30 to 10-35.
                    Miyazaki, Ishida, Takayashi are all I could tell from Japanese team.
                    All three of them have AJKC title.
                    For me 10-33 and 10-34 are most amusing.
                    10-33 match is between Kim, KyoungNam and Takayashi.
                    Kim rules the match with 2 men-ari. Most of his attcks are nidan waza, and he is incredible.
                    In the next match, Miyazaki shows super dynamic kendo (10-34), which feels like some revenge of the previous match.

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                    • #11
                      In the men's team final, majority of the time is spent in tsubazeriai.
                      It is interesting to notice that both Japanese team and Korean team usually don't do this type of kendo until they meet in the final.
                      IMHO, the concept of strategy to win starts to show in the final.

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                      • #12
                        anymore videos? the second batch's last video is the same one with the first clip.


                        ~taganahan

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by senjlee
                          In the men's team final, majority of the time is spent in tsubazeriai.
                          It is interesting to notice that both Japanese team and Korean team usually don't do this type of kendo until they meet in the final.
                          IMHO, the concept of strategy to win starts to show in the final.
                          Before that they usually don't need it. They just go and win.

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                          • #14
                            uh...some weird Korean message pops up when I try to see the vids.....help?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Naginatagirl
                              uh...some weird Korean message pops up when I try to see the vids.....help?
                              The sire's bandwidth has been exceeded. Try again tomorrow.

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