Shigeho Tanaka Shihan, 9th Dan, in superb tv documentary

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Shigeho Tanaka Sensei was one of the early postwar students of Yoshinkan Aikido, and also practiced at the Aikikai Hombu Dojo in the 1950s. In this fascinating documentary, Tanaka Sensei demonstrates scores of aikido techniques logically grouped according to sections. His technique is very precise and each movement is shown at normal and slow-motion speeds. Tanaka Sensei has taught at his Shiseikan Dojo within the precincts of the Meiji Shrine and at the University of Tokyo, and many other Japanese universities.

Shigeho Tanaka Sensei was one of the early postwar students of Yoshinkan Aikido, and also practiced at the Aikikai Hombu Dojo in the 1950s. In this fascinating documentary, Tanaka Sensei demonstrates scores of aikido techniques logically grouped according to sections. His technique is very precise and each movement is shown at normal and slow-motion speeds. Tanaka Sensei has taught at his Shiseikan Dojo within the precincts of the Meiji Shrine and at the University of Tokyo, and many other Japanese universities.

Selected by Sakura Mai

Click here to watch Tanaka Shigeho Shihan, 9th Dan Aikido Aikikai on youtube.com

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  1. Kestran Wilson says:
    Posted July 30, 2013 at 4:42 pm | Permalink

    I was so glad to finally see Master Shigeho Tanaka mentioned through the Aikido Journal. He was my Master’s Master. Mr Pat Stratford, founder of the Aikido Union of England, 1958. I have studied under Master Tanaka here in England and at the Shiseikan dojo in Tokyo. He is truly incredible, thank you for mentioning him as many Aikidoka have no clue who he is, that has made my day, Osu. Sensei Kestran Wilson.


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