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Iaido - stone kanji

Iaido - stone kanji

Mongolia.

Mongolia.

感謝 (Japanese pronunciation Kansha) meaning "gratitude, thanks, appreciation"

感謝 (Japanese pronunciation Kansha) meaning "gratitude, thanks, appreciation"

calligraphie japonaise

calligraphie japonaise

IAIDO written in Japanese Kanji.

IAIDO written in Japanese Kanji.

10th Dan Meijin Katsuo Yamaguchi. My family and I had the immense privilege of staying at Master Yamaguchi's home with him and his wife many years ago. His very kind and hospitable son helped to guide us around Tokyo. A wonderful martial artist and a sincerely wonderful human being (and family).

10th Dan Meijin Katsuo Yamaguchi. My family and I had the immense privilege of staying at Master Yamaguchi's home with him and his wife many years ago. His very kind and hospitable son helped to guide us around Tokyo. A wonderful martial artist and a sincerely wonderful human being (and family).

Bushido

Bushido

Kogestu Sogan (1574~1643) Japanese chief preist of Daitokuji Temple in Kyoto, Japan and a devotee of Sado (Japanese tea ceremony). This scroll is about the philosophy of tea, "Guest in the host, host in the guest".

Kogestu Sogan (1574~1643) Japanese chief preist of Daitokuji Temple in Kyoto, Japan and a devotee of Sado (Japanese tea ceremony). This scroll is about the philosophy of tea, "Guest in the host, host in the guest".

The Code to Live By: Bushido , Gi (justice) ,Yuu (Bravery), Jin (benevolence),Makoto (Veracity),Rei (Politeness) Meiyo (honor), Chuugi (loyalty) Getting back into bushido is very hard trying to live as a warrior of the spirit to rise as a fighting dragon once more.

The Code to Live By: Bushido , Gi (justice) ,Yuu (Bravery), Jin (benevolence),Makoto (Veracity),Rei (Politeness) Meiyo (honor), Chuugi (loyalty) Getting back into bushido is very hard trying to live as a warrior of the spirit to rise as a fighting dragon once more.

武士道(ぶしどう)  Bushidô comes from two root words: Bushi which means ‘warrior’, and Dô which means ‘way'. Translated in English as “Way of the Warrior”, this is a Japanese word for the way of the samurai life.

武士道(ぶしどう) Bushidô comes from two root words: Bushi which means ‘warrior’, and Dô which means ‘way'. Translated in English as “Way of the Warrior”, this is a Japanese word for the way of the samurai life.

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