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Creation Date: 12-14-2005 04:27 PM
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In General Shodokan Verses Tomiki Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #9 New 01-15-2006 02:55 PM
Okay this search is going nowhere quik. I have seen both Shodokan and Tomiki during my research of the Tomiki style of Aikido.
Yes yes I know most people say its not Aikido, kill me later.
That whole thing doesn't make mutch sence to me ether.
Tomiki learned from O Ssensei also. AS well with Dr Kano, who also trained with O sensei. So why can't we seem to get along. We all came from the same background.
Any back to my first question. Why are there two names for the same style, or are they really the same style?
Please help me my research is not being mutch help.
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