It’s a very cold and snowy part of the year. Good thing that the kendo family is warm and friendly 🙂.
28 years old, Otsuka san has decided to return to doing kendo. He reached 3 dan in high school and after high school, he quit kendo. Tonight was his first practice with us and we all enjoyed his strong, straight and very fine kendo. He is obviously a little rusty after his over
He told us that he had a very strong 8 dan sensei in high school. It’s easy to see on his kendo that his teacher was great.
Every year, we celebrate Kagami Biraki in Kawahara Dojo. Kagami Biraki is a Japanese traditional ceremony which literally translates to “Opening the Mirror” (from
Every year we break open the special mochi and the children are extra happy 🙂
This year’s celebrating crew:
It was with joy and happiness that we all learnt of the great news: Mori sensei was recently chosen by Suda sensei to become the Vice Chairman of the dojo. Mori sensei will surely keep motivation high, the dojo in great order and make people love kendo even more.
Congratulations to Mori sensei and we’re all looking forward to the fruit that surely will be harvested from Suda sensei’s wise choice.
So, the Christmas Eve of 2018 marks the start for Kawahara Dojo’s WordPress