Morihiro Saito: Takemusu Aikido, Volume 3 — Basics Concluded

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Takemusu Aikido: Basics Concluded is the third volume of this comprehensive series presenting the aikido of Morihei Ueshiba O-Sensei. Volume 3 covers the following series of techniques: koshinage, tenchinage, kaitennage, jujinage, morotedori kokyuho and suwariwaza kokyuho. This work is profusely illustrated with more than 500 photos and includes detailed, step-by-step explanations of each technique. Bilingual, Japanese and English.

“Rounding out your basics with Kaitennage, Koshinage, Tenchinage, Jujinage, and more!”

Takemusu Aikido, Volume 3: Basics Concluded is the third volume of this comprehensive series presenting the aikido of Morihei Ueshiba O-Sensei. Volume 3 covers the following series of 57 techniques: koshinage, tenchinage, kaitennage, jujinage, morotedori kokyuho and suwariwaza kokyuho. This work is profusely illustrated with more than 500 photos and includes detailed, step-by-step explanations of each technique. Bilingual, Japanese and English.

Morihiro Saito, 9th dan, is one of aikido’s most highly acclaimed teachers and was active for 56 years in the art. He was one of the founder Ueshiba’s closest students and operated Ueshiba’s country dojo in Iwama, Ibaragi Prefecture while serving as caretaker of the Aiki Shrine. Saito is well-known internationally due to his numerous technical works and frequent instructional tours that which took him to more than twenty countries.

Ikuko Kimura is the Japanese Editor of Aiki News. Stanley A. Pranin is a 5th degree black and the editor-in-chief of Aiki News/Aikido Journal which he founded in 1974.

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From Morihiro Saito’s Introduction:

It has been twenty-seven years since the passing of the founder and today many different styles of aikido exist. The result has been that teachers have taught freely based on their individual ways of thinking.

Of course, it is a fine thing for instructors to teach based on their own ideas. However, I am compelled to feel somewhat uncomfortable that such a situation will result in confusion over the nature of the aikido that the founder laboriously formulated over a lifetime. The reason is that today in aikido there are those who do not recognize the validity of weapons techniques employing the aiki ken and aiki jo. Moreover, there are some whose aikido techniques are very different from those of the founder. There remains little trace of his genius in this kind of aikido.

As a direct student of the founder and the person in charge of his personal dojo, I constantly remind myself of my responsibility to faithfully transmit his teachings as I instruct my students. For this reason, the Takemusu Aikido technical series being published by Aiki News is very important to me. I sincerely hope that Volume 3 will be of some help to those who cannot participate in my seminars or those who are unable to come here to Iwama to learn.

Morihiro Saito
Ibaragi Dojo, March 1996

Contents

  • Preface
  • Basic techniques

Kaitennage

  • Shomenuchi kaitennage
  • Yokomenuchi kaitennage
  • Yokomenuchi kaitennage ki no nagare
  • Katatedori kaitennage (uchi)
  • Katatedori kaitennage (soto)
  • Ryotedori kaitennage oyowaza (uchi)
  • Tsuki kaitennage

Koshinage

  • Shomenuchi koshinage (1)
  • Shomenuchi koshinage (2): shihonage form
  • Yokomenuchi koshinage (1) ki no nagare: shihonage form
  • Yokomenuchi koshinage (2): sankyo form
  • Yokomenuchi koshinage (3) ki no nagare
  • Yokomenuchi koshinage (4): shihonage form
  • Katatedori koshinage (1)
  • Katatedori koshinage (2)
  • Katatedori koshinage (3): shihonage form
  • Katatedori koshinage (4): shihonage form
  • Ryotedori koshinage (1)
  • Ryotedori koshinage (2)
  • Ryotedori koshinage (3)
  • Ryotedori koshinage (4): shihonage form
  • Morotedori koshinage (1) shita kara ue
  • Morotedori koshinage (2) shita kara ue
  • Morotedori koshinage (3) ue kara shita
  • Morotedori koshinage (4)
  • Morotedori koshinage (5): shihonage form
  • Morotedori koshinage (6): shihonage form
  • Munadori katate koshinage
  • Munadori shomenuchi koshinage
  • Katadori koshinage (1)
  • Katadori koshinage (2)
  • Katadori koshinage (3): shihonage form
  • Ryokatadori koshinage ki no nagare
  • Kosadori koshinage (1)
  • Kosadori koshinage (2)
  • Kosadori koshinage (3)
  • Kubishime koshinage
  • Tsuki koshinage (1)
  • Tsuki koshinage (2)
  • Tsuki koshinage (3)

Tenchinage

  • Ryotedori tenchinage kihon
  • Ryotedori tenchinage ki no nagare
  • Katatedori tenchinage

Jujinage

  • Munadori jujinage
  • Ushiro ryotedori jujinage
  • Ushiro katate munadori jujinage
  • Ushiro katate munadori jujinage henka

Suwariwaza kokyuho

  • Suwariwaza kokyuho (1)
  • Suwariwaza kokyuho (2)
  • Suwariwaza kokyuho (3)
  • Suwariwaza kokyuho (4)
  • Suwariwaza kokyuho (5)

Morotedori kokyuho

  • Morotedori kokyuho (1)
  • Morotedori kokyuho (2)
  • Morotedori kokyuho (3)
  • Morotedori kokyuho (4)

Pages: 176
File size: 338 mb
Dimensions: 7″ x 10″

Reviews

I ordered this book and have found it to be a great reinforcement to the training received at class. I recommend this book to anyone who is considering purchasing it. The photos are clear and from excellent angles that show the techniques very well. The explanations that go with the photos are also very helpful. The book is a great companion to Saito Sensei’s Lost Seminars DVD set.

D.C.

“These manuals are invaluable tools for people like me. If Saito Sensei had been of the “old style” mindset, this might never have happened. These books have benefited me more than any other single publication on aikido technique, or any resource outside of dojo practice under a competent teacher.”

L.H.

Ebooks, Morihiro Saito

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