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Old 11-13-2006, 08:49 PM   #1
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Question Has anyone else heard of Shinki Rengo?

it's my dojo's lineage, but I cant find it on any style/affiliation search. The main HQ are in Germany, heres a link.


http://www.shinkirengo.de.vu/

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Old 11-18-2006, 12:19 PM   #2
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Re: Has anyone else heard of Shinki Rengo?

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1983 created Michael Daishiro Nakajima "Shinkido" as its own style direction, after he had separated from the Tendoryu Aikido. The name was changed soon for legal reasons in "Shinkiryu Aikido". By the switching of master Seigo Yamaguchi, one the general agent of the Aikikai Honbu (= Zentral) Dojo, Shinkiryu Aikido became 1995 member of the largest Aikido organization "Aikikai" and its names in "Aikido Shinki Rengo" changed. Aikido Shinki Rengo belongs directly to the Aikikai Honbu Dojo.
This choppy German-to-English translation done by Babel Fish on altavista.com .

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Old 11-18-2006, 06:01 PM   #3
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Thanks for the history lesson.

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Old 11-20-2006, 12:03 PM   #4
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Re: Has anyone else heard of Shinki Rengo?

I have attended a weekend Seminar with Michael Daishiro this year.

It was like most high quality Aikido-seminars, I have attended yet, but not as extraordinary like Saotome Sensei. - Well half an hour meditation was somewhat challenging. We did not do it that intensive in our dojo.
Added by some Daito Ryu and Itto Ryu Kenjutsu, which is somewhat different to aiki-ken. But aiki-ken knows several variations anyhow.

So you could have chosen worse. But it is not me to giver quality order to Aikido organisations. Just have much fun

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Old 11-21-2006, 12:43 AM   #5
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Re: Has anyone else heard of Shinki Rengo?

A long term goal for me is to someday train with the Ki Society..... I would definitely have to relocate though..Anybody know the closest Dojo to The middle of Michigan?

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Old 11-21-2006, 01:18 AM   #6
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Re: Has anyone else heard of Shinki Rengo?

I'm not sure of any Ki Society dojo here in Michigan... I'd be happy to be wrong about that if anybody else knows of one

Barring someone having some info on a Ki Society dojo, our Seidokan dojo in Battle Creek is probably the closest thing you'll find. You can read about Seidokan's history, the history of it's founder Rod Kobayashi and his links to Ki Society at the Seidokan home page.

If you ever want to make a trip over just let me know and I'll get you directions and a schedule and stuff

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