Monthly Archives: December 2014

Kyudo Notebook: Choices

Back in the realm of practical matters, for the past several months I experimented with arranging daisan so that I could sight the target with my right eye, but eventually my teacher seemed to decide that enough was enough. It … Continue reading

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Kyudo Notebook: School Kyudo

I’m on a roll! Well, just some down time after a long period of intense work. People, including me, often talk about school kyudo as being fixated on hitting the target. After all, they’re kids, and it’s looked on as … Continue reading

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Kyudo Notebook: What are We Doing?

So I find myself struggling lately, which is another reason I haven’t written much over the past few months. It’s hard to write something coherent when you can’t come to a conclusion! The other day my teacher mentioned something about … Continue reading

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Kyudo Notebook: 27th International Seminar of Budo Culture

At the dojo today I was given information about the 27th International Seminar of Budo Culture, aka “The Chiba Seminar.” I went to the 24th and wrote a bit about it here. The unique feature of this seminar is that … Continue reading

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