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Duval Culpepper 05-17-2004 07:00 AM

Nihon Goshin Aikido?
 
I'm going to school in Buffalo (probably) and I'll be forced to leave my current dojo. However, the only dojo I've been able to find in buffalo is one that teaches Nihon Goshin Aikido. I've read some about it and its clearly a departure from what I've been used to learning, but I'm curious as to what peoples thoughts on it are.

Or, if anyone knows of a more traditional dojo in Buffalo.

Thanks.

jon_jankus 05-17-2004 08:37 AM

Re: Nihon Goshin Aikido?
 
Plenty of choices in Toronto, even in your Aikikai style.

jgrowney 05-17-2004 09:00 AM

Re: Nihon Goshin Aikido?
 
http://www.geocities.com/hawley_14072/aikido.html

Joe Jutsu 05-17-2004 10:13 AM

Re: Nihon Goshin Aikido?
 
I have a video by a Nihon Goshin group from that area, entitled "Dynamic Aikido combat." It's definitley a very direct, hard style, with tough looking ukemi! They did this gun takeaway section in the video, and I'll just say that I felt bad for the sensei's uke! Very tough shihonage's and kotegaeishi's, as well as this sankyo variant from a gun takeaway where I though the poor uke's fingers were going to get ripped out.

Anyway, that's my only exposure. Good luck, and if they are doing gun takeaways, errr, you might want to sit that one out. :D

Joe

Don_Modesto 05-17-2004 12:08 PM

Re: Nihon Goshin Aikido?
 
http://www.e-budo.com/vbulletin/show...?threadid=9092

E-Budo.com > The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly > Bad Budo: Examining Goshin Jutsu's Historicity: Evidence Demand a Verdict

Larry Feldman 05-17-2004 02:14 PM

Re: Nihon Goshin Aikido?
 
Did you try to Dojo Search Engine on this site? Not sure what towns or suburbs are around Buffalo....

Bronson 05-17-2004 02:44 PM

Re: Nihon Goshin Aikido?
 
Quote:

Don J. Modesto wrote:
http://www.e-budo.com/vbulletin/show...?threadid=9092

E-Budo.com > The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly > Bad Budo: Examining Goshin Jutsu's Historicity: Evidence Demand a Verdict

Hey Don,

I haven't read through the entire (huge) posting but in the first post it's talking about Goshin Jutsu Karate. Is this related to Nihon Goshin Aikido?

Thanks,

Bronson

p.s. Would Goshin Justsu Karate translate as Empty Hand (karate) Self-Defense (goshin) Technique (jutsu)?

Noel 05-17-2004 03:16 PM

Re: Nihon Goshin Aikido?
 
Duval-

I realize we're a considerable drive away (1 hour +/-), and our practices times are limited, but we do play well with others. Call Vic if you'd like to stop in for a visit, we don't bite (hard) :)

http://www.rochesteraikido.com/

-Noel

ryujin 05-17-2004 11:29 PM

Re: Nihon Goshin Aikido?
 
Try here: http://www.aikidoinc.com/home.asp

batemanb 05-18-2004 01:00 AM

Re: Nihon Goshin Aikido?
 
Quote:

Carl Bilodeau wrote:

This is from their ranking page

Sho-Dan (Black Belt)
• Perfect execution of all blocks
• Perfect execution of all strikes
• Perfect execution of all 50 principles
• Demonstration of applications (50)
• Katsu test (first aid)
• General knowledge (oral and written)
• 10 Ki techniques
• One year teaching experience
• Self-defense 150 attacks (including multiple attacks, knife, gun and club, attacks)


How many bullets do you have to dodge :D Guess they really do have to be perfect techniques ;) Sorry, I know I shouldn't but couldn't resist :D


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