Today was so beautiful we decided to train outside on the wooden stage at Shiramine Shrine. It was also a good opportunity to practice for our upcoming embu on May 5th.
Hello everyone, We hope 2015 is turning into a great year for you all. Last month Mugenjuku held it’s Kagami Biraki event to officially start the year of training. Please check out some videos from the day: Payet Sensei’s enbu: Chris Sensei’s enbu: Andy and Izzy’s enbu: Rika and Aoi’s enbu: Nick and Naomi’s enbu: … Continue reading
You can now apply for the Kenshusei Course online using this online application. Also, the application deadline for the course and the start date are fast approaching so if you’re thinking about doing the course, the time to apply is now. An online application for the Adult General and Children’s classes is coming soon.
The stats are in and Mugenjuku’s message reached 97 countries last year. Thanks everyone for your continued support. We’re looking forward to the future.
To cap off a year of hard training and a really good test day, we held a Christmas party in English for all the kids at Mugenjuku and their friends. There were lots of games, crafts, snacks and of course a visit from Black Belt Santa!.. (…who, unfortunately, Chris Sensei wasn’t around to meet, again.) For more photos: click … Continue reading
Happy New Year Everyone!! Last December the Kids at Mugenjuku finished the year on strong form with great performances in all tests from 10kyu to 1kyu. Please check out some photos and and a video of the final 1kyu jiyu-waza, below: For more photos: click here
Due to the strong typhoon headed for Kyoto and the surrounding area, all classes are canceled for today.
Starting on October 4th, the second afternoon class from 15:00 – 16:00 will no longer be run. We will just have the first class from 13:00 – 14:30. Osu
Chris Crampton recently took his 4th dan exam. Here is the video:
Beginning on 9/6 from 11:30 to 12:00 there will a little kids class ( ages 3 – 6 ). The class will be held in Japanese and will focus on increasing attention, balance and developing an enjoyment of Aikido.