Recently, Payet Sensei was featured in Kansai Scene. A magazine that serves the expat community in the Kyoto, Osaka, and Kobe area of Japan. Here is a link to the article in pdf format. kansaiscene-article
We have recently put up a new take on an old T-shirt design on our T-shirt and Hoodie webstore. The retailer offers worldwide shipping at reasonable rates and the shirts are priced to move. Check them out at: kyotoaikidomugenjuku.spreadshirt.com
A few weeks ago we participated in the annual Kids Day Demonstration at Shiramine Shrine. There is always a representative from KBS, the local Kyoto TV station and some reports from various newspapers. This year we were lucky enough to have our students appear in the picture that was in the article about the enbu.
The dojo will be closed from 4/29 – 5/6 for Golden Week. The dojo will be participating in the annual Kids Day enbu at Shiramine Shrine on 5/5 from 10:00. After the enbu there will be a picnic at the park surrounding the Imperial Palace. If you are available on that day, please join us!!
Sensei recently returned from Russia where he went to teach Aikido to a large group of students who came from around the country to participate. We are very thankful to the students and teachers in Russia for their dedication to Aikido and their hospitality.
We’re aiming to bring our dojo up to the standards of our Aikido. Today we took one big step towards that goal. We love our new tatami. As always, thanks to our students. Without you, there is no dojo.
On Saturday 21st December, Mugenjuku held a Christmas party for our younger students to reward them for trying hard all year. There was lot’s of games, crafts, snacks and even a black belt Santa Claus!