5 hours ago
Saturday’s asa-geiko, from advanced members to kids+beginners class in the morning. Excellent turn out although most members still away.
See you all next week again for a morning bash. ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
Results from tonight’s club shiai. Congratulations to all cup holders. Everyone who attended this evening and made the efforts are also winners. Keep trying - this is the chance to apply all you have practiced. Remember it can only get better from here. Citing the famous words of F. Sonnenberg, “Winners make efforts, whilst losers make excuses.” See you all again next shiai cycle. ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
Kids and beginners’ class in session. Well done for braving the freezing morning to attend training. We’ll look forward to seeing the rest of the class after the school holidays. ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
Congrats to AKC fortnightly shiai winner
kieran for 1-2nd Dan division
Ren for 3Dan division
We will run this shinai every two weeks regardless. therefore please enter if you think you have what it takes. thanks ... See MoreSee Less
AKC Monday night advanced class, Maruyama san here leading fellow members in suburi exercises. ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago
Beginners & kids class completed this morning.
Well done all for keeping it up despite the freezing temperature and encouraging each other.
Looking forward to crossing swords with you all again next week. ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
Winners of last night shiai ... well done guys. Keep it up. ... See MoreSee Less
the visible pants - Cleaning Day. thank you guys for those who helped out tonight. keep warm and see you on Saturday ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you everyone, for participating this year's NIC ! We look forward to crossing swords with you again next year!
Thank you very much to Auckland Kendo Club for hosting the great event! Looking forward to seeing you again soon!
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2 months ago
Thank you for attending the 2019 Inoue Hai event at the Auckland Kendo Club .We sincerely hope that it allowed you to understand a little more about the value of striving to perform strong and correct Kendo. If you still are not completely sure what it was all about please take the time to watch this video of Inoue Hanshi explaining the difference between Yukodatotsu and Ippon. - A Matter of intent - See you all again next year, Thankyou again on behalf of Masayuki Norizuki , Graham Sayer and the Auckland Kendo Club. www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jfu6Fisadw&t=32s ... See MoreSee Less
The New Zealand North Island Kendo Championship is about to kick off tomorrow. We are ready for your all. see you tomorrow. ... See MoreSee Less
The draw is being done as we close to the shiai ... See MoreSee Less
We are looking forward to seeing our kendo mates at North Island Champs and Inoue Hai on 1st and 2nd of June! ... See MoreSee Less
Last Wednesday's shiai night winners.
Congrats, both! ... See MoreSee Less
Today's keiko and the winners for the weekend kids shiai. Good training, good result. ... See MoreSee Less
Beginners & junior class in full session, Gambatte. ... See MoreSee Less
Beginners + Junior class commencing. Young Jay taking the class through taisho. After warm-up Pre-bogu members practiced suri-ashi and fumi-komi whilst the younger bogu team did kihon waza and keiko. Club extends its welcome to all new members. See you all again next week. ... See MoreSee Less
Wed club shiai completed. Great fighting spirit and marked improvement from previous fights. Thanks to all members who participated, and congratulations to the achievers this evening. ... See MoreSee Less
Dear AKC members,
Please find the timetable for the month of May. Please be aware that the Sunday practices are still on hold until further notice.
Please refer to the May schedule regularly as any changes or updates to regular practices will be communicated via changes to the schedule.
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Iwakura dojo - Okabe Shizuoka - The NZ Kendo Federations roots in Kendo with Shizuoka ,dating back to 1982....`Some of these men I have not crossed swords with for 30 years` (Graham Sayer) ... See MoreSee Less
For Beginner/junior class members, there is no class tomorrow (Sat, 27th April) as we have an Iaido seminar taking place at that time.
Class will resume on the following Saturday 4th May. We look forward to seeing you all in a week’s time.
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