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  • AUSKF Summer Camp with Chiba Sensei

    Anyone attending? It's too late to register, but it's on the AUSKF site.

    It's at the Cabrillo High School, Gym in Torrance California, It's going to be instructed by Three time All Japan Kendo Champion, Tokyo Metropolitan Police Board Kendo Honor Master, Masashi Chiba Sensei Kendo Hanshi 8th Dan and Osaka Police Department Kendo Master, Tatsuaki Kosaka Sensei Kendo Kyoshi 8th Dan
    Here's the schedule


    2006 AUSKF Kendo Summer Camp
    Seminar Schedule

    June 23rd, (Friday) 2006
    6:00pm ~ 7:30pm Godo-Keiko with Japan Sensei
    (Cabrillo High School, North Gymnasium)

    June 24th, (Saturday) 2006
    9:00am ~ 12:00pm Seminar
    12:00pm ~ 1:00pm Lunch
    1:00pm ~ 3:00pm Seminar
    3:00pm ~ 3:30pm Q & A session
    3:30pm ~ 4:30pm Keiko
    6:30pm ~ 9:00pm Dinner Party

    June 25th, (Sunday) 2006
    9:00am ~ 12:00pm Seminar
    12:00pm ~ 1:00pm Keiko & end of the seminar
    1:00pm ~ 2:00pm Lunch
    2:00pm ~ 5:00pm Promotion Examination
    * Time Schedule will be changeable on the day.

    It's goinna be amazing!

  • #2
    I will be going

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    • #3
      Originally posted by nothing
      Anyone attending? It's too late to register, but it's on the AUSKF site.

      It's at the Cabrillo High School, Gym in Torrance California, It's going to be instructed by Three time All Japan Kendo Champion, Tokyo Metropolitan Police Board Kendo Honor Master, Masashi Chiba Sensei Kendo Hanshi 8th Dan and Osaka Police Department Kendo Master, Tatsuaki Kosaka Sensei Kendo Kyoshi 8th Dan
      Here's the schedule





      It's goinna be amazing!
      Eh??? I thought Chiba was going to the IKET, in Edinburgh at the exact same dates..

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      • #4
        Never mind..just saw that Chiba is *not* going to IKET...grrrr.

        Jakob

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        • #5
          I'm not going to it, but I'm curious...

          Does anybody know what the seminar entails before and after lunch?

          ..or what it has entailed in the past?

          Just curious...

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          • #6
            Chiba as in Hokushin itto ryu Chiba???

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            • #7
              Originally posted by JSchmidt
              Never mind..just saw that Chiba is *not* going to IKET...grrrr.

              Jakob
              If you like you can visit Venice again on July 5th, Both Senseis will be there practicing..

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              • #8
                I'm going to the camp

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                • #9
                  Chiba sensei gave our seminar last summer and spent a week training with us. He probably will not follow the same format. For the seminar, in the morning if I remember correctly we spent a fair bit of time on the importance of kirikaeshi, and the relationship between timing and footwork. On Saturday afternoon, kata & shimpan. On Sunday we worked on seme and ma with a special workshop for those in jodan. You will have a great time. It is too bad I did not know he was coming I would have tapped my achilles and come down.

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                  • #10
                    I just re-read your post....Kosaka sensei from Osaka Police? Is that the same sensei that Chiba sensei fought in Kyoto a month ago during golden week? What a match! If you are lucky you will see a re-match

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                    • #11
                      west coast again?!

                      west coast again?!


                      ARGHHh.. somehow AUSKF Kendo camp always held in West coast?! Why can it be closer to New York area??!!

                      I know West dominates Kendo and East dominates Iaido, but why is every important camps scheduled over thereNot fair if you ask me.

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                      • #12
                        I'll be there. The schedule usually includes lots of practice on kendo basics plus whatever waza the sensei are interested in teaching. Sunday mornings are usually kata.

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                        • #13
                          I wanted to go and check out Chiba Senseis jodan, heard he was the God of Jodan. haha. Good luck to all those who are going.

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                          • #14
                            Should be a blast!

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                            • #15
                              Hey, how did the Summer Camp go? My sensei, Koki Ariga, 7th dan, kyoshi, was there. I didn't get a chance to ask him after keiko yesterday.

                              How many people were in attendance? I know when we had summer camp last July for AUSKF, there were over 200 of us in a high school gym.

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