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Creation Date: 05-09-2009 11:52 PM
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  #1 New 05-10-2009 12:00 AM
I am in the process of documenting and interviewing people for history of aikido on the big island ,does anyone have any good sources or possible people to interview here ? I know of Nonaka Sensei (hilo Ki Aikido club ), Yonemori Sensei ( seishikan aikido ) ,and Barbara and bob Klein sensei (My senseis at Aikido of hilo ) ,but anyone else would be great . anyone have references on books with info or pictures would be much appreciated .
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#4 03-03-2011 06:53 PM
clau Says:
3 of Bernie Lau's dvds now available at Amazon.com. The remaining 5 will also be available within 2 weeks...
#3 05-12-2009 05:34 PM
Bernie Lau is back living in Hilo, and was one of those students in the early days of aikido. He toured around the islands with Tohei since his mother and father knew Nonaka and Nagata. If you want to talk to Bernie, drop me an email, and I'll hook the two of you up. yamamoto.neil(fill in the blank)gmail.com
#2 05-10-2009 11:07 AM
DH Says:
You have Quintin Chambers of TSKSR and SMR who was a friend of Donn Draegers and spent many years in Japan. I believe he did Aikido as well. Then you have Wayne Muramoto of Furyu Magazine. And Menkyo in Takeouchi ryu and he also does MJER. I think he did Aikido as well. History of aikido on the island? It would be a major mistake not to talk to these guys. They are so rare that they are in a club of something like half a dozen men on earth. Dan
#1 05-10-2009 09:22 AM
keonimay Says:
Hawaii will always have many good aikido practitioners. The problem was and is, they never speak about themselves. By default, they are secretive, Interview all of the Aikido & Ju Jitsu Schools in Hawaii. If they kept old pictures, you will find many of them.
 




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