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Summer 2016 Grading Exam Schedule

Posted on 6月 21st, 2016

Summer 2016 grading will take place from July 26th through August 2nd.

   Day    Time    Dojo 3rd to 1st Kyu 3rd to 1st Kyu  Dan ranks
 July 26 (Tues)   19:00 – 20:00 Otowa  ○   ○    ○
 July 27 (Wed)   19:00 – 20:00  Honbu  ○   ○    N/A
 July 28 (Thur)   19:15  – 20:15  Ryogoku  ○   ○
 July 29 (Fri)   19:00 – 20:00  Yushima  ○   ○     ○
 July 30th (Sat)   15:30 – 16:30
Ladies Class
18:00 – 19:00
 Honbu  ○   ○    N/A
July 31 (Sun)  10:00 – 11:00  Saginomiya  ○  ○
Aug 2 (Tues)  19:00 – 20:00 Otowa   ○     ○         ○

All those grading for 2nd Dan and above can apply at any satellite dojo other than Honbu.
For all ranks, please submit your application and fees by,
July 21 (Thur).

Grading at Honbu will begin July 1st (Fri).

 

Join us on our international Facebook page & Twitter!

Posted on 6月 1st, 2016

Check out all the latest from Renshinkai in English, including special event and training schedule change announcements, on our official international Facebook page and Twitter!

Year End & New Year schedule

Posted on 12月 15th, 2015

Just a quick update about Renshinkai’s Year End and New Year schedule and events.

Keiko Osame (final training of the year) and our year end party at the Honbu Dojo is on Tuesday, December 23rd (Japan National Holiday).
Training will take place from 1pm until 2:30pm and is free for all Renshinkai members.
After training is the annual dojo cleaning, followed by the party beginning at 4pm.
There is a 3,000 yen fee for the party, which includes food and drinks.

2016 training begins again on Friday, January 8th, followed by our first event; Kangeiko, Winter Intensive Training. Work off that holiday gut between January 9th and 11th as we run through all the basic techniques over 10 hours of training packed into 3 days!
Classes will be held at the Chuo Sports Center and at our Ryogoku dojo.
As always training is free for Renshinkai members (500 yen per class for non-members), and everyone is welcome to train – regardless of rank, experience, or affiliation.

2016 Kagami Biraki demonstration will be held the on Saturday January 17 (the weened after Kangeiko) at the Honbu dojo.
The demonstration by Chida Sensei and Honbu Instructors begins at 11am, after which there will be a party featuring traditional mochi and rice wine.

Further details about these upcoming events will be posted early in the New Year.
In the meantime, if you have any questions please drop us a line via the contact page on this site.

 

Happy Holidays, everyone!

Senshusei Short Course 2015

Posted on 8月 3rd, 2015

We are now accepting applications for our Senshusei Short Course 2015!

Duration: October 2015 through February 2016
Minimum Hours: Tuesday to Friday 8:00am to 1:15pm, Saturdays 6:30am to 1:15pm
Requirements: a recognized black belt in Renshinkai or Yoshinkan aikido

For more information on fees and other requirements or to request an application, please contact us via our contact page.

Kagami Biraki 2015

Posted on 1月 13th, 2015

Our annual Kagami Biraki demonstration will take place Saturday, January 17th, at the Honbu Dojo.

A special demonstration by Chida Sensei and honbu dojo instructors starts at 11am, and will be followed by an Oshiruko-kai party beginning at 12pm.  “Oshiruko” is a traditional sweet red bean paste soup.

The demonstration is free to attend, and there is a fee of 1,000 yen for Renshinkai members (2,000 for non-members) for the Oshiruko-kai.
This is a casual event, so please feel free to come in your street clothes and enjoy the demonstration and party afterwards.

We hope to see you all there!

 

About Kagami Biraki:
Kagami Biraki, which means literally “Mirror Opening,” is a ceremony that dates back over 300 years to the 4th Tokugawa Shogun, who held a Sake cask breaking ceremony before going into a battle. The battle was successful and a tradition was born. It is also a New Year tradition in which Kagami Biraki refers to the opening of a Kagami mochi, the mochi rice cakes placed on Shinto alters as offerings. Martial Arts dojo traditionally also perform a demonstration as an offering.