Posted On:11/08/2006 9:55am
Style: 유도 (Judo)
Update for those interested, here is a post from the Daidojuku liason officer/foreign branch conflict resolutionist/translator for Azuma Jukucho and Daidojuku
"His visit to NYC is mainly informational. Jukucho had received quite a few emails from martial arts students in New York who were interested in learning more about Daidojuku and Kudo. As some of you may already know from emails, Columbia is holding a Kudo National Tournament. Since he would be traveling through the area he thought it would be a great opportunity to stop by New York City and meet those who were interested in our system. He will be traveling with several senpai, including Igarashi senpai who placed 2nd in the 2005 World Tournament."
They are also looking for a matted area to do a seminar. Anyone in Manhattan area know a good place? They may also have Daido Juku goods avaialable so for those of you looking for the spacehelmets, now is your chance!
Valiant Monk of Booze & War
Posted On:11/08/2006 10:35am
Columbia...like the university?
Posted On:11/08/2006 12:24pm
fighthouse would work.
Posted On:11/14/2006 12:36pm
Style: Wing Chun, Hung Gar
hmm they are coming to NYC eh? well seeing how america likes knockdown karate/mma im guessing by the time im 30 enough schools will have spread to the west coast...but thats a big maybe.
Posted On:11/14/2006 2:39pm
The Columbia visit is to Columbia the country. So Kudo is spreading everywhere. It is still looking like Nov. 21st at the New Yorker hotel in Manhattan.
Tell your friends!!
Posted On:11/14/2006 3:11pm
Kudo needs to make its way westward across the U.S. so i can do it without having to move.
Posted On:11/15/2006 6:51am
Style: Yudo, Karate
Here is full information.
November 14th, 2006
Thank you for your interest in Kudo and Daidojuku.
We, Daidojuku, have received many e-mails from North America with questions about our style and branches.
We take your passion for martial arts seriously, so, we are going to NYC to see you.
We are pleased to announce IKF Daidojuku first seminar in NYC.
If you would like to participate, please reply to this email (Kaneko Shunsuke, email@example.com)stating
1. Your name
2. Your experience in martial arts (not necessarily Karate, but Judo, Jujutsu, Wrestling, Boxing and so on)
3. How often do you go to Dojo, or do you own Dojo?
Date: November 21st
Time: 7:00pm to 9:15pm
Location: 122 West 27th Street 2nd floor, New York, N. Y. 10001 (bet. 6&7Ave.)
Fee: $40 for seminar
Please bring your Gi or work-out wear, mouth piece, groin cup
After the Kudo seminar, we will have small party.
Please join if you would like to talk more about Budo (martial arts) with
Daidojuku founder, branch directors, and top fighter.
Time: 9:45pm to 11:30pm
Location: To be announced
Fee: $20 (with seminar), $30 (without seminar)
We look forward to see you and train with you.
Shunsuke Kaneko on behalf of Takashi Azuma (Founder of Daidojuku)
Last edited by babo78; 11/15/2006 12:52pm at .
Posted On:11/15/2006 10:15am
I was just going to post that!
Posted On:11/15/2006 10:19am
Style: kenpo/ kyokushin/jujitsu
I would like to check it out also. is there anything definite besides nov 22 at 5:00? i guess we all show up at the hotel . i was going to join kyokushin nyc but if this comes to town i might join , gotta see the details does anyone know about this kyokushin nyc school or about siedo juko at 23 street . i was doing american kenpo but school shut down so looking at kyokushin
Posted On:11/15/2006 10:51am
The new date is Nov. 21st at 7:PM. I would checkout any of the Kyokushin schools in Manhattan if I were you. The Kyoksuhin school in Manhattan I am pretty sure is IKO1. There are a few other knockdown schools. World Oyama seems to be big in the NYC area too. go to the karate section of www.martialartsny.com and you can see listings for all different kinds of schools.
But I would defietly go to this seminar. And if they do open a NYC branch you should train there without a doubt. You have seen the youtube clips right?
Oh yeah, Welcome to Bullshido.
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