Delfin Labrador日本武芸神古館

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Gender MALE
Occupation Internationally Certified Instructor WHY PAY MORE SUPPORT COMMUNITY MARTIAL ARTS PROGRAMS
Location Anchorage, Alaska, United States
Introduction Delfin Labrador - Shihan Internationally Certified Instructor WHY PAY MORE SUPPORT COMMUNITY MARTIAL ARTS PROGRAMS Nihon Bugei Shinkokan Alaska's leading school for classical Japanese martial arts: Kartatedo Aikido Iaido Battodo Daito Ryu Jujutsu and Kyudo. 8th Dan Shudokan Karatedo 6th Dan Inter national Karate Assoc 4th Dan Shindo Jinen Ryu Karate jutsu 5th Dan Shihokarano Ryu Jujutsu( derivative of Hakko Ryu Jujutsu) 3rd Dan Yoshinkan Aikido 3nd Dan Mugai Ryu Iaihyodo 無外流居合兵道 2nd Dan Nakamura Ryu Battodo 中村流抜刀 Daito Ryu Aikijujutsu Dokokai Nihon Bugei Shinkokan Kyudo Dokokai Hojutsu Ryu Spenard Rec Center 2020 West 48th Anchorage Alaska (907) 887-3213 http://www.alaskakarate.club/
Interests My main interest are travel and Japanese martial arts (Kobudo) In 1984 I met Kiyoshi Yamazaki (Ryobukai North America Shibucho) and through him Sam Combs of the Kadokan dojo, a Yoshinkan Branch dojo in Cafliornina. It was the Ryobukai that opened the doors of traditonal Japanese martial arts. In 1992 I traveled to Canada to train with Fred Hayens and group. 1995 I had the chance to travel to the Yoshinkan headquarters in Tokyo Japan, and the first instructors gasshuku. On September 21, 2015 I returned to Japan to train at the Kudan Dojo in Tokyo Japan, and was promoted to Shodan in Mugai Ryu Iaihyoho. March 19, 2016 in Palmdale Calf i was promoted to Nidan in Nakamura Ryu Battodo along with some of my students. http://www.alaskakarate.club/
Favorite Movies Last Samurai Good Sengoku-jidai
Favorite Books Gorin no sho Musashi by Kenji Tokitsu, Keiko Shokon Fighting arts of Japan. Serge Mol