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セミナー案内 / Seminar Information

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2017-09-18 東京オープンセミナーレポート
2017-09-18 Tokyo Open Seminar Report
(終了)2017年9月18日 東京オープンセミナー
 9月18日の東京オープンセミナー案内
 参考:阿久澤先生のFacebookページ
2017-08-13 東京無料体験セミナーレポート
2017-08-13 Tokyo Free Open Seminar Report
(終了)2017年8月13日i東京無料体験ミナー
 8月13日の東京無料体験セミナー案内

インタビュー / Interviews

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Youtubeビデオ:阿久澤稔先生とのインタービュー、2017年6月6日に公開。
YouTube video: Interview with Akuzawa sensei published 6th June 2017.

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About Aunkai – frontpage

Aunkai – Overview

Aunkai is a method of training the body and mind according to the fundamental principles that govern human movement. As the body develops and absorbs these physical principles, it can begin to act in accordance with martial principles.

“Technique” is only a product of a body that has been trained to intuitively understand the most natural and efficient ways to move in a martial context.

There are many different interpretations of the word “training.” At Aunkai, we first recognize our preconceptions and notions, then attempt to tune the body through certain training methods in order to discover movement of the human body that is in accord with certain principles.

Our focus is on the creation and usage of a martial body. We have members with backgrounds in many different styles such as Karate, Aikido, Muay Thai, MMA, etc. Anyone from any style is accepted here at Aunkai.

For more details, see About Aunkai in the main menu.

Class Info – frontpage

Class Times

Regular classes:

  • Thursday: 18:00-21:30
  • Saturday: 18:00-21:30
  • Once a month Tuesday Class for rokushaku bo (6-foot staff) training: announcement made monthly.

Location

The location for regular practice is Kami-Saginomiya Dai-Ni Apartment Assembly Room, Nakano-ku, Tokyo.
5 minutes walk from Fujimidai station (Seibu Ikebukuro line).

Cost

  • Yearly sport insurance of 1850 JPY/year required. Regardless of date of payment, coverage expires at the end of March of each year.
  • Please enquire for entrance fee and class fees.

Enquiries

Enquiries about joining classes and trial lesson applications welcome.
Please refer to information on contact page.

For more information, map and calendar, please see class info on the main menu.

Classes – frontpage

Practice

There are many who pursue the daily practice of Bujutsu (Budo) as a means to temper their spirit. Training in Bujutsu, or performing Bujutsu Tanren is one way of knowing yourself both physically and mentally.
Through the development of a body suitable for bujutsu, forging it in a manner according to the principles that are the foundation of bujutsu, absorbing and learning how to use the body through contact training and finally through the never ending cycle of experimentation/innovation we seek to create a core within our bodies that is “Jutsu.” That is what Tanren is about.

The Aunkai Bujutsu Class does not place any emphasis on repetition of empty movements or techniques. Instead, we aim to give our students the physical tools to forge a Bujutsu body able to bring its own imperfections to light, address them, and come to its own answers—all of this eventually leads the practitioner down their own path in the Martial Way. To do this, we follow roughly the curriculum outlined below:

  1. Creating Foundation: Realization of principles within the body.
  2. Contact Training 1: How to use forces against an opponent.
  3. Contact Training 2: Sanda, sparring, etc.
  4. Bujutsu: Applications of the above.

For more information, please see Classes on the main menu.

Contact – frontpage

Contacting us at Aunkai

Applications for trial lessons, requests for information about upcoming seminars and classes, private lessons, etc., are welcome.

Please use the following web forms for contacting us:

For more information, please see Contact on the main menu.