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CitoMaramba 11-14-2005 07:58 AM

Fujita Shihan 8th Dan in the Philippines
 
Masatake Fujita Shihan, 8th Dan Aikikai. will be in the Philippines in January 2006, to grace the Inaugural of the National Spiritual Training Center of Dangayan Singkaw Aikido Shinzui. The Center, located in Urdaneta City, Pangasinan, is the culmination of the dream of R Jun Batobalani Sensei, 6th Dan Aikikai. The inaugural will be highlighted by a 3-day seminar featuring both Fujita Shihan and Batobalani Sensei.

Fujita Shihan will be the highest ranking Aikikai Hombu Shihan ever to visit the Philippines, making his visit a truly historic event.

Fujita Shihan's schedule for 2006 can be seen at this URL: http://ipaaf.hagukumi.nl/Agenda3.htm
Excerpt from Fujita Shihan's Agenda 2006:
January
17/01/2006 -
25/01/2006
Manilla Philippines. Seminars, Demonstration.
Fujita Sensei

Additional Information Regarding Grand Inaugural Seminar of the DSAS Honzan Dojo, Urdaneta City, Pangasinan, Featuring Masatake Fujita Shihan, 8th Dan Aikikai

What: Grand Inaugural of Dangayan Singkaw Aikido Shinzui Group
Philippines National Spiritual Training Center, highlighted by an
Aikido Seminar featuring Masatake Fujita Shihan, 8th Dan, Aikikai
Hombu Dojo, and R Jun Batobalani, 6th Dan, Docho of DSAS Group Philippines

When: January 20 to 22, 2006

Where, DSAS National Spiritual Training Center, 60 Provincial Highway, Bgy. Bayaoas, Urdaneta City, Pangasinan, Philippines

Places to stay: Accomodation at the DSAS Honzan Dojo is included with the seminar fee, but places are limited to 25 and will be available on a FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS ONLY. Only seminar attendees who have PAID IN ADVANCE will have a reserved place at the dojo.
Other Hotels in Urdaneta City: Majoha, Ciudad Fernandina, Urduja,
Lisland Forest Resort.

Interested Parties may email citom@yahoo.com

About the Featured Instructors:

Name: Masatake Fujita, 8th Dan Aikikai, Shihan
Date of Birth: April 21, 1937
Nationality: Japanese
Education: Graduated from the Department of Politics and Economics fro
Takushoku University, Tokyo 1956-1960.
Budo Career: Aikikai Aikido Hombu Shihan (8th Dan)
Director of General Affairs of Aikikai
Standing Director of All Japan Aikido Federation
Director of Japan Budo Council
Technical Advisor of Japan Overseas Cooperation
Volunteers/ Japan International Cooperation Agency
Auditor of Japan World Games Association
Aikido Technical Supervisor to British Aikido Federation, Bulgarian
Aikido Federation, Hungarian Aikido Cultural Federation and Aikikai of
Romania.

Name: R Jun Batobalani (also known as L Jun Mateo) 6th Dan, Aikikai, Docho, Dangayan Singkaw Aikido Shinzui Group.

asiawide 11-14-2005 07:38 PM

Re: Fujita Shihan 8th Dan in the Philippines
 
Sounds interesting! I missed to travel northern part of Luzon while staying in the philippines. Btw, there's a typo.

Docho of DSAS Group Philippines

=> DOJOCHO of DSAS Group Philippines

Jaemin

CitoMaramba 11-15-2005 08:33 PM

Re: Fujita Shihan 8th Dan in the Philippines
 
Quote:

Jaemin Yu wrote:
Sounds interesting! I missed to travel northern part of Luzon while staying in the philippines. Btw, there's a typo.

Docho of DSAS Group Philippines

=> DOJOCHO of DSAS Group Philippines

Jaemin

Thanks, but's that not a typo. Batobalani Sensei uses the term "Docho" instead of Dojocho because he heads a group of dojos, not just one. I guess it is similar to Kaicho or Kancho, but because Sensei did not found his own movement, he uses the term "Docho".
Hope to see you in Urdaneta, January 20-22!

Cito

asiawide 11-15-2005 09:59 PM

Re: Fujita Shihan 8th Dan in the Philippines
 
Literally Docho means the head of an Art. It's more like Doshu. I think Kaicho is proper in that case. Anyway I'll try to visit. but still not sure. kasi wala akong pera. he he. :)

Jaemin

CitoMaramba 11-15-2005 11:17 PM

Re: Fujita Shihan 8th Dan in the Philippines
 
Quote:

Jaemin Yu wrote:
Literally Docho means the head of an Art. It's more like Doshu. I think Kaicho is proper in that case. Anyway I'll try to visit. but still not sure. kasi wala akong pera. he he. :)

Jaemin

Sorry about that Jaemin, you are indeed correct. I was just reviewing the latest materials from Sensei, and he indeed uses "Dojocho". I guess the previous materials did have a typo! :( Thanks for the correction!

Walang pera? The seminar is quite affordable, only PHP 2,500 (2,250 for early registrants) which works out to around US$45! For a three-day seminar with Fujita Shihan and Batobalani Sensei! Just find an inexpensive way to get to the Philippines!

Salamat Po!

Cito

CitoMaramba 11-19-2005 09:54 AM

Re: Fujita Shihan 8th Dan in the Philippines
 
Online Registration for the Seminar with Fujita Shihan and Batobalani Sensei is now available! Just navigate to http://telehealth.upm.edu.ph/DSASGP

See you in Urdaneta!

vsm712 11-21-2005 01:23 AM

Re: Fujita Shihan 8th Dan in the Philippines
 
do you have a dojo in tarlac? coz im from that province..

CitoMaramba 11-21-2005 02:27 AM

Re: Fujita Shihan 8th Dan in the Philippines
 
At the moment we don't have a dojo in Tarlac. Our dojos are in Urdaneta City, Pangasinan (Headquarters and National Spiritual Training Center); Quezon City, and Bacolod City.

Hope to see you in Urdaneta on Jan 20, 2006!

Cito

vsm712 11-21-2005 07:11 PM

Re: Fujita Shihan 8th Dan in the Philippines
 
ok thanks for the info...would be best if you put one in tarlac...there's the don bosco and other schools who would be interested in joining..

CitoMaramba 11-22-2005 05:24 PM

Re: Fujita Shihan 8th Dan in the Philippines
 
thank you for the suggestion, I will relay that to Batobalani Sensei.
Have you registered already for the seminar with Fujita Shihan? Online registration is available by clicking here
Maraming salamat po!
Regards to Royce Reyes Sensei!
See you in Urdaneta, January 20, 2006!

CitoMaramba 11-23-2005 05:40 PM

Re: Fujita Shihan 8th Dan in the Philippines
 
Moriya Hideki, Aikido 5th Dan Aikikai, to join DSASGP Official Launch and Commemorative Seminar

The DSASGP Official Launch and Commemorative Seminar Featuring Fujita Masatake Aikido 8th Dan Aikikai and R Jun Batobalani Aikido 6th Dan Aikikai, will also be graced by Moriya Hideki, Aikido 5th Dan, of the Aikikai Hombu.

This means that the commemorative seminar will feature a truly powerhouse line-up of instructors, the likes of which has not been seen before in the history of Aikido in the Philippines. With Fujita Shihan 8th Dan, Batobalani Sensei 6th Dan, Moriya Sensei 5th Dan, and Balani Sensei 4th Dan as the featured instructors, the commemorative seminar on January 20-22, 2006, should not be missed!

vsm712 11-23-2005 07:18 PM

Re: Fujita Shihan 8th Dan in the Philippines
 
hi, i haven't registered yet. We'll probably will on of these days. Btw, I do know Sensei Royce but I train under Sensei Eymard Laureano.

CitoMaramba 11-23-2005 10:36 PM

Re: Fujita Shihan 8th Dan in the Philippines
 
Van, do you maintain the Makati Aikido Club Website? Would appreciate it very much if you would be so kind as to include the Fujita Shihan Seminar in the calendar. Thanks very much.

Cito

Melchizedek 12-04-2009 07:54 AM

Re: Fujita Shihan 8th Dan in the Philippines
 
I hope i did make it 2006 then but i was in Cavite doing PLC at PMC,DTI. im from Manila Aikido Club (MAC, Phil. Aikikai) founded by Koichi Tohei - The Founder of Shin Shin Toitsu Aikido.


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