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Shoji Nishio (c ). Shoji Nishio’s lifetime of accomplishments included numerous rankings and honors in Japanese martial arts including 8th dan in Aikido. Nishio sensei starts volume 3 by contrasting aikido with other martial arts he has practiced, particularly referring to judo and karate, saying that aikido is a lot.

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There were children, and there were times when I thought that it was just enough, that I should just devote myself to my work. October Learn how and when to remove this template message. Well, you could say that he was the first professional aaikido Aikido. In he was promoted to 8th dan Aikido. Aikido must therefore also be applicable with the ken and jo. The second technique demonstrated is ikkyo omote and ura, also very different from how it used to be practiced.

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If you want to do Karate then go to Karate. Aikido must encompass all forms of budo to be authentic. Our first view reaction: Thank you for posting it! This is not something nisho can be done in a single morning and an evening. This article’s use of external links may not follow Wikipedia’s policies or guidelines.

A judo-like throw is extremely difficult to achieve in a real fight, especially against multiple opponents, which might be armed here Nishio sensei tells an amusing anecdote about two judoka getting in a streetfight – so who was the other judoka? Unlike the ceiling of a normal house, this had a square ceiling like a shrine.


This article includes a list of referencesrelated reading or external linksbut its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline nihio. It is not necessary to abandon everything from the aikiddo, however, our understanding today should not cease to grow.

Interview with Aikido Shihan Shoji Nishio – Aikido Sangenkai Blog

Nishio was born in Aomori Prefecture of Japan in On my way home I was so exhausted that I just wanted to aijido down flat on my back in a field and go to sleep. The re-education of the younger instructors is necessary for people in the present time who would have the goal of reconstructing Aikido as I have discussed.

One usually opens, then enters, which works, but is dangerous. Konishi demonstrated Heian Nidan a kata from Okinawan karate for Ueshiba who commented to Konishi that he should stop wasting his time with ineffective techniques.

Nishio liked the hard training, but by the age of 23 he was becoming dissatisfied with the practical limitations that competition placed on judo. Aikido training started at 7: Christopher Li You may also enjoy: Even in other Budo, everybody is working hard, you know.

There was no one whose experience was limited to Aikido. Who made an impression on you when you entered Hombu Dojo? Shoji Nishio, Shihan passed away on March 15, at the age of The first actual technique aiikido shionage: Both Doshu and Yamaguchi-san have already passed on though.


Well, I signed up right away, but my Karate friends that came with me said that they would do Karate for a little while longer and decided not to sign up.

Nishio Aikido

I felt drawn towards Yamaguchi-san. See if I care! Shoji Nishio, Shihan Shoji Nishio c Around then, Kisshomaru Doshu invited me through Aioido to go drinking. That means that we must be willing to continually reconsider how we approach our practice.

So I said that for us there is something different and switched them all right over to Aikido. But this tape is typical Japanese instruction, each technique is demonstrated twice and that’s it.

Whichever dojo you go to they never end on time, so there would be people training for about an hour after the regular Nnishio class finished. Just then we saw a building with a coffered ceiling through the bushes. Nixhio I thought that I had to do something to help and started an Aikido club at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing where I was employed.