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Japanese Martial Arts Center Hosts Aikido Seminar

Japanese Martial Arts Center is hosting Satoh Tadayuki Sensei for an 8-hour seminar featuring Randori no Kata. Satoh Sensei is one of the world's leading experts of Tomiki-style aikido.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Feb. 13, 2018 - eTradeWire -- The Japanese Martial Arts Center is ecstatic to host Satoh Tadayuki Sensei, Shihan, Kisuikan Dojo, Tokyo and Shihan, Waseda University Aikido Club, for a 3-day seminar in Ann Arbor, MI in mid-March 2018.

Satoh Tadayuki Sensei is one of the world's leading experts of Tomiki-style aikido. He studied directly with Tomiki Kenji Sensei, founder of the Japan Aikido Association, in the living room of his house, and later at Waseda University. In 2007, Satoh Sensei was granted the position of Shihan of Waseda University Aikido club, a position that had been vacant since Professor Tomiki's death in 1979. Additionally, he teaches aikido at the Japan Police University, and international seminars in the Americas, Europe and throughout Japan.

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Also, as an accomplished judoka, Satoh Sensei brings a unique and inspiring perspective to the links between Kodokan judo and aikido. Just a few of his qualifications are:

Shihan, Kisuikan Dojo, Tokyo Japan
Shihan, Waseda University Aikido Club, Tokyo Japan
Faculty, Waseda University, Department of the Humanities
Founder, Renaissance Judo
Personal Student of Tomiki Kenji Sensei
Internationally Acclaimed Instructor and Scholar

Training will be held March 16, from 6-8pm, March 17, from 9-11am and 1-3pm, and March 18, from 9-11:30am, at the Japanese Martial Arts Center, 2875 Boardwalk, Suite H, Ann Arbor, MI 48104.

Preregistration is required. Tickets are $115, with a discount available for JMAC, SMAA, and IMAF members.  Tickets can be purchased at: https://japanesemartialartscenter.com/events

Contact
Japanese Martial Arts Center
Nicklaus Suino
info@japanesemartialartscenter.com


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