Oh - thanks for the clarification. It's just that I remember someone saying on these very boards how Yoshinkan had a developed exercise system that made weapons training redundant.
Let me see. . .
It is the way we teach Aikido. A very disciplined and structored system that does not require the use of weapons to teach these principles.
(Steven Miranda in thread 'Yoshinkan')
indicates no weapons training times. I know this doesn't necessarily mean there is no weapons training at the Yoshinkan Hombu, but it's an indication at least that it is not considered important enough to be mentioned separately.