Nage to Nagato


This is my second day here and it is time to write about the first feelings discovered so far. Many friends are here from all over the world, but  there will be no DKMS, we have enough space to train properly. The feeling these days is very nice. I have been attending the DKMS since…

Ryaku. Waza. Kata


While teaching in India it occurred to me that the Tenchijin is a set of RyaKu not techniques. The Japanese language makes a difference between the way a,  技 (technique) and the Kata 型 (model, arrangement of techniques). Ryaku 略 has the meaning of “abreviation” or “outline”. This means that the Tenchijin is not about…