Nobuyoshi Tamura, 8th dan, demonstrates on the occasion of his 30th anniversary of teaching in France

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The late Nobuyoshi Tamura, 8th dan, gives an outstanding display of technical virtuosity, performing both empty-handed and sword techniques, on the occasion of his 30th anniversary of teaching in France. From Wikipedia: “Nobuyoshi Tamura (田村 信喜 Tamura Nobuyoshi, 2 March 1933, Osaka[1] – 9 July 2010)[2] was a prominent aikidoka and a direct student of […]

The late Nobuyoshi Tamura, 8th dan, gives an outstanding display of technical virtuosity, performing both empty-handed and sword techniques, on the occasion of his 30th anniversary of teaching in France.

From Wikipedia: “Nobuyoshi Tamura (田村 信喜 Tamura Nobuyoshi, 2 March 1933, Osaka[1] – 9 July 2010)[2] was a prominent aikidoka and a direct student of Morihei Ueshiba. Son of a kendo teacher, Tamura entered the Aikikai Hombu Dojo in 1953[3] as an uchi-deshi (live-in student) of aikido founder Morihei Ueshiba. He was one of Ueshiba’s favorite pupils and since 1964 has greatly contributed to the development of aikido in Europe and France in particular. He was the National Technical Director (DTN) of the FFAB (French Federation of Aikido and Budō). He held the rank of 8th dan and the title of Shihan. Throughout his teaching career he trained many others instructors in various countries around the world but foremost Western Europe.[2] In 1999, he received the medal of “Chevalier de l’ordre National du Mérite” from the French government. Tamura has published several books on aikido (in French). His dojo (Shumeikan Dojo) is located in the village of Bras (Var, France)”

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