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  1. Gendai Budo: Aikido, Karate, Judo, Kendo, Shintaido, Kyudo, Shorinji Kempo, Yoseikan Budo, Kinomichi, Full Contact Karate
  2. This Is Kendo: The Art of Japanese Fencing
  3. This is Kendo: The Art of Japanese Fencing by J. & Warner, G. Sasamori, 1971
  4. A Tenth of an Inch Makes the Difference. A Prologue and Two Plays in Zen. Gotami the Frail. Kendo, or the Way of the Sword
  5. Japanese Martial Arts: Japanese martial arts. Kory?, Sumo, Jujutsu, Katana,Kenjutsu, Batt?jutsu, Iaid?, Ninjutsu, Judo, Kendo, Aikido,Ky?d?, Karate
  6. This is Kendo: The Art of Japanese Fencing.
  7. Kendo: The Definitive Guide [KENDO -OS] by Hiroshi(Author) ;Turzensky, Angela(Translator);Yamaguchi, Tamiko(Illustrator) Ozawa, 1997-06-30
  8. Do: Aikido, Karate, Kendo, Iaido, Bushido, Japanese Tea Ceremony, Kyudo, Nanbudo, Japanese Calligraphy, Yoseikan Budo, Koryu Uchinadi, Jodo
  9. AN INTRODUCTION TO KENDO. by R. A. (Charles Alexis). Photographs by Alan R. Menzies. Line Drawings by Roald M. Kutsen. LIDSTONE, 1964
  10. THIS IS KENDO - The Art of Japanese Fencing by Junzo; Warner, Gordon (foreword by Juichi Tsushima) Sasamori, 1981-01-01
  11. Kampfsport: Karate-Ausdrücke, Bubishi, Ju-Jutsu, Kendo, Chinesische Kampfkünste, Kung Fu To'a, Jodo, Europäischer Schwertkampf (German Edition)
  12. The Martial Arts: Swordsmanship, Kendo, Aikido, Judo, Karate by Michel Random, 1985-09
  13. Kung Fu: A Practical Guide to Kung Fu, Tae Kwondo, Tai Chi, Kendo, Iaido and Shinto Ryu by Fay Goodman, 2000-01-03
  14. This Is Kendo by J. Sasamori & G. Warner, 1968

61. History Of Martial Arts | Kendo | Japanese Martial Arts | Way Of The Sword
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Japanese KENDO ("way of the sword"), traditional Japanese style of fencing with a two-handed wooden sword, derived from the fighting methods of the ancient samurai (warrior class). The unification of Japan about 1600 removed most opportunities for actual sword combat, so the samurai turned swordsmanship into a means of cultivating discipline, patience, and skill for building character. In the 18th century, practice armour and the shinai, a sword made of bamboo, were introduced to allow realistic fencing without risk of injury. The study of what came to be known as kendo was even compulsory in Japanese schools from time to time. An All-Japan Kendo Federation was formed following the end of the occupation in 1952, and an International Kendo Federation was founded in 1970. Kendo matches take place in an area 9 to 11 m (about 30 to 36 feet) square. Contestants wear the traditional uwagi (jacket), hakama (long divided skirt), do (chest protector), tare (waist protector), men (mask), and kote (padded gloves). The shinai varies from 43 to 46 inches (110 to 118 cm) in length and is made of four lengths of seasoned bamboo bound by waxed cord. All blows use the "cutting" edge of the shinai, though this is not sharp. The shinai is usually held with both hands.

62. UTKA - University Of Texas Kendo Association, Mk IV
Origins of kendo, class times, armor, news, links and general information. Austin, TX
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The University of Texas Kendo Association
sponsored by the University of Texas at Austin Division of Recreational Sports The University of Texas Kendo Association and the Austin Kendo Doshikai were created to teach and study Kendo. As mentioned by the International Kendo Federation, the concept of Kendo is to discipline the human character through the application of the principles of the katana: The purpose of practicing Kendo is; To mold the mind and the body, To cultivate a vigorous spirit, And through correct and rigid training, To strive for improvement in the art of Kendo To hold in esteem human courtesy and honor To associate with others with sincerity, And to forever pursue the cultivation of oneself. Thus will one be able to love his country and society, To contribute to the development of culture And to promote peace and prosperity among all peoples. Kendo originated from Kenjitsu, the actual form of sword fighting used by the samurai until the Meiji period. Over the years, wooden swords replaced real swords to reduce injury during training. By the later half of the 18th century, the samurai class started to disappear and the study of the sword became more of a mental discipline rather than a practical fighting form. It was around this time that modern kendo took form: the use of protective armour and a bamboo sword (the shinai) were introduced to further reduce injury to the participants and standard regulations for matches and practice were established. Click

63. British Kendo Association | Main / HomePage Browse
Welcome to the British kendo Association. The British kendo Association (BKA) is the offical governing body for kendo, Iaido and Jodo in the UK.

64. Willkommen Bei Der Abteilung Kendo Der SG Schmelz!
kendo-Abteilung der Sportgemeinschaft Schmelz (Saarland). Geschichte des Vereins und des kendo, Trainingszeiten und Kontaktinformationen.

65. Welcome To The Pacific Northwest Kendo Federation
Offers overview and history of kendo, along with school directory and instructor profiles.
Find out the latest Kendo News from the Kenyu
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PNKF 2010 Iaido Seminar Information
Welcome to the Pacific Northwest Kendo Federation
The Pacific Northwest Kendo Federation (PNKF) is the official organization for Kendo in the Northwest United States. The PNKF's goal is to promote the practice and study of the martial art of Japanese sword fencing known as Kendo and Japanese swordsmanship known as Iaido.
The PNKF is made up of local Kendo and Iaido clubs throughout Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and Alaska. The PNKF is an official affiliated member of the All United States Kendo Federation (AUSKF) and International Kendo Federation (IKF). See what's happening in the PNKF on the Events page Calendar
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66. Imperial College Kendo Club
A member club of the British kendo Association. Located in central London. Information about the dojo, news, competition, links, articles, and FAQ.

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Kendo practice
We practice in the Union Gym, Beit Quad 3F.
Our practice sessions are on
Mondays, 9:00pm - 11:00pm
Wednesdays, 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Thursdays, 9:00pm - 11:00pm
Wednesday is for people in armour only
Monday and Thursday for everyone including beginners.
(One hour beginners practice followed
by senior practice and demonstrations). In the News The newspaper snippets about our club are now available online: Early years Contact Ali Hammad Luz Nguyen Imperial College Kendo Club Prince Consort Road London SW7 2BB, UK

67. RAF Martial Arts Association - Kendo
kendo . kendo is the way of the sword and is derived from the ancient traditional Japanese martial art of kenjutsu. Kenjutsu dates back to 789 AD, whose development is linked to the

68. York University Kendo Club
A CKF kendo club at York University in Toronto, Ontario.

69. Kendo « BUTOKUDEN Dojo
Welcome to Butokuden kendo! BUTOKUDEN Dojo is one of the largest kendo Dojos in Orange County, and we currently have four levels of kendo classes.
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Welcome to Butokuden Kendo! BUTOKUDEN Dojo is one of the largest Kendo Dojos in Orange County, and we currently have four levels of Kendo classes. Our instructors are well qualified instructors with international competition experiences, with extensive experience in teaching Kendo CONTACT
Phone: 866-DO-KENDO (866-365-3636)
This class focuses on teaching basic movements such as footwork, Suburi (basic Shinai movement), as well as important etiquette and manners in Dojo, for kids who are just starting Kendo. We have students from 3 to 12 years old in this class. Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30 – 4:30PM
Location: BUTOKUDEN Kendo Dojo (Dojo 1)
Age group: 3 – 12 years old
Fee: $35/Month Kendo Junior Advanced This class is for children who has completed the Kid’s Kendo class and has been approved by the Sensei (instructor) to proceed to the next level. Older children, with limited experience in Kendo, may be able to attend this class, upon Sensei’s approval.
Advanced techniques are taught in this class. Basic and advanced movements with Kendo Bogu are taught in more depth including Kirikaeshi, Uchikomi, Kakarigeiko, Ouyou Waza, Competition techniques, and much more. There are a few official tournaments hosted by the Southern California Kendo Federation (SCKO) which students are allowed to attend, upon Sensei’s approval.

70. Edmonton Kendo Club - Welcome!
A CKF member club in Edmonton, Alberta. The site has information about the history of kendo, equipment used, club practice times and fees.
Build your own FREE website at Share: Facebook Twitter Digg reddit document.write(lycos_ad['leaderboard']); document.write(lycos_ad['leaderboard2']); NOTICE TO ALL SITE VISITORS: As of January 14th, this site will no longer be the site of the Edmonton Kendo Club. It has moved to the following URL: To all webmasters - Please update your bookmarks/links accordingly. Practice Times/Events Purpose/History Equipment Contact Us ... Guestbook

71. Kendo At The University Of Chicago
Welcome to the University of Chicago kendo Club! We welcome all participants – previous experience is not necessary.
Welcome to the University of Chicago Kendo Club! We welcome all participants previous experience is not necessary. For inquiries, please contact kendo club President Abraham Robinson ( Practice Times: Mondays: 8-10 PM in the Third Floor Theater of Ida Noyes Hall
Mailing List:
Click the following link to join the kendo club mailing list This website is maintained by Jon Stokes (actually, no, Abe does all the work)

72. Toronto Kendo Club - Home
Information about kendo. Training in Toronto.
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Home Welcome to the Toronto Kendo Club The Toronto Kendo Club is a non-profit club devoted to the practice of Kendo. A limited number of new members are accepted each quarter and can join in January, April, July or September. We hold practices on Tuesday evenings and Saturday afternoons at Joseph J. Piccininni Centre Kendo, the way of the sword , a traditional Japanese Sport. Students will learn the basic skills of kendo and gain an appreciation of the discipline this traditional art requires to master. Iaido, the art of drawing the sword. A traditional Japanese martial art, students will learn the basic skills of iaido and gain an appreciation of the discipline this traditional art requires to master. Visitors are always welcome to watch practices.
New Membership Registration For September 2010 TKC will be accepting new members during the month of October starting Tuesday September 28th at 7:00 PM. Download the: Registration/Waiver Form
Classes will be held every Tuesday, 7:00-9:00 PM and Saturdays, 3:00-5:00 PM. Iaido will also be held during the first hour of each class.

73. ANU Kendo Club
ANU kendo Club, Canberra ACT, kendo literally means 'The Way of the Sword' (Ken sword + Do way).
ANU Kendo Club
Kendo Kendo literally means 'The Way of the Sword' (Ken: sword + Do: way). Kendo is one of Japan's oldest martial arts, and the one most closely associated with the Samurai. The concept of kendo is to discipline the human spirit through the principles of the katana (Japanese sword). While Kendo has now become a popular sport form, the warrior principles are still very much in evidence. It is suitable for both men and women, who compete and train together. The ANU Kendo Club operates under the Sport and Recreation Association of the Australian National University , Canberra, and is the only kendo club in the Australian Capital Territory. It is affiliated with the Australian Kendo Renmei (AKR) and the International Kendo Federation.

74. H R K C   O N L I N E
News, club history, pictures, kendo origins, resources, equipment and related information.
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EQUIPMENT GUIDE ... ADDITIONAL RESOURCES P E O P L E :: MEMBERS ALUMNI SPONSORS OTHER KENDO CLUBS ... k e n d o @ h c s . h a r v a r d . e d u H a r v a r d U n i v e r s i t y :: C a m b r i d g e : : M a s s a c h u s e t t s 2 1 3 8 P R A C T I C E S C H E D U L E :: TUES . 20:00 :: 22:00 . MAC MEZZANINE FRI . 16:00 :: 18:00 . QRAC SAT . 12:00 :: 14:00 . MAC MEZZANINE

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Kendo clubs in the Puget Sound region.
K endo, the Way of the Sword is the exhilarating and demanding art of Japanese fencing rooted in the traditions of Budo, the Martial Way. Our Kendo clubs work together along with other clubs of the Pacific Northwest Kendo Federation to promote the art of Kendo through joint seminars, practices and quality instruction. I aido, classical Japanese swordsmanship, is the companion martial art to Kendo. The Iaido practitioner learns how to use the Japanese sword (katana) in all situations through the intense practice of Iaido forms (kata) . The curriculum is All Japan Kendo Federation Seitei Iai and Muso Shinden Ryu. Members Pacific Northwest Kendo Federation Members All United States Kendo Federation

76. Valley Martial Arts Supply: Eskrima, Martial Art Weapons, Martial Arts Videos, M
eskrima, martial art weapons, martial arts videos, martial arts books, hand forged weapons, sparring gear, escrima, martial arts equipment, fighting, martial arts supplies, martial

77. IUKC: Home
kendo origins, club officers, news, resources and links. Bloomington, IN
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78. Kendo
About kendo the way of the sword. Have you ever been to Tokyo's Tsukiji Market? No. I am not interested. No, but I am interested to go.

79. Index
kendo training at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY.

80. Kendo On Myspace Music - Free Streaming MP3s, Pictures & Music Downloads
Myspace Music profile for kendo. Download kendo Experimental / Hip Hop / Funk music singles, watch music videos, listen to free streaming mp3s, read kendo's blog.

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