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Last week I started taking Aikido again. Through the years I've been invloved in a few martial arts, Okinawan Karate, Kenpo Karate, Dan Zan Ryu Jujitsu, and Aikido (very briefly)
Since I moved to Hawaii I figured it would be a great place to find an Aikido dojo. The problem wasnt finding one, the problem was picking which one to take from. There is one street close to my office where I could literally hit three different Aikido Dojos with a rock... oh what a great problem to have.