Home Tags Iaido secrets

Tag: iaido secrets

569FansLike
24FollowersFollow
MATSUTAKE, IL RE DEI CIBI AUTUNNALI

MATSUTAKE, THE KING OF FALL FOODS

0
Versione Italiana qui The sense of hospitality of the Japanese is certainly proverbial and the relationship between guests and hosts, from whatever side they are,...
sicurezza-seminario-insegnanti

Cik seminar for iaido teachers

0
A CIK seminar dedicated to Iaido teachers centered on responsibility and communication, on relationships inside and outside a group, but above anything else on the need to grow together, from whatever side one places himself. A positively endless path that leads a practitioner to want to take a different step, to leave the possible comfort zone of practice alone to enter the more problematic territory of education, serenely facing difficulties by sharing experience in the perpetual cycle of understanding, learning and educating.
TOSHI DENSETSU

Toshi Densetsu, Japanese Urban Legends

0
Sometimes vaguely inspired by local folklore, Japanese urban legends leverage inner fears of those spirits in search for a revenge, brutally killing occasional victims and delivering no educational message as their mythological counterparts. Undocumented and unverifiable, they are reported a-la “a parent/friend of mine said”, they are simply scary and bloody: they are Toshi Densetsu, and they might be an appropriate reading while approaching Halloween night.
KIRIGAMI, L’ESTREMA ARTE DELL’INTAGLIO DELLA CARTA

Kirigami, the extreme art of paper carving

0
A blade, a continuous exercise to be able to excel, concentration, discipline, constancy and a sheet of paper: this is the world of kirigami, the art of carving paper. From simple two-dimensional shapes to the most complex popup greeting cards to the incredible ethereal three-dimensional art masterpieces exhibited all over the world, this millenary art has its roots in Shinto culture since the 600, then reborn in the Edo era and handed down up to the present day by world-renowned artists, masters of a technique and an art defined by Unesco as an Intangible Heritage of Humanity.
Jean Jaques Sauvage, Iaido 7° dan Kyoshi

Interview with Jean Jaques Sauvage Sensei

0
Versione Italiana qui Kiryoku team traveled this month across the Alps to the Occitania region to meet a leading figure of French and European Iaido,...