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Tomiki Kenji Aikido MArtial Arts

Tomiki Aikido (富木合気道)

Shodokan Aikido (昭道館合気道)

Tomiki/Shodokan Aikido is a school of Aikido (Japanese Martial Art) founded by Tomiki Kenji that uses a more direct, formulaic method of teaching Aikido principles than that used in Aikikai Aikido schools.

Tomiki was a first generation student of Morihei Ueshiba (founder of Aikido) and of Jigaro Kano (founder of Judo). Tomiki Aikido is also known as Shodokan Aikido in Japan and as Sport Aikido due to the importance of competitive practice in it's curriculum.  Outside of Japan, Tomiki/Shodokan Aikido has gained much popularity in the USA and the UK. There is a keen and growing interest in this martial art and sport in many other countries including Ireland. 

富木 謙治 Tomiki Kenji Shihan

  • Born March 15, 1900. Died December 25, 1979
  • The first student awarded Menkyo Kaiden (8th Dan) by Morihei Ueshiba in 1942
  • Awarded 8th Dan in Judo in 1978 
  • Founder of the Japanese Aikido Association (JAA)
  • Founder of the Shodokan hombu Dojo in Osaka, March 28, 1976

Birth of Tomiki Aikido

In April, 1958 Waseda University approved for the first time, an Aikido club as an officially sanctioned sport club (“Undo Bu” )

富木 謙治 Tomiki Kenji

Founder of Shodokan Aikido

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