Volume 32, number 4/5/6
- 7/21: PNKF Board meeting, 9-11am, Sat, St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 1610 S. King Street, Seattle.
- 8/11: PNKF Kendo Shinsa, Sat, 12noon-4pm, open keiko 4-5pm, Kent Commons Recreation Center,
525 4th Avenue N. (corner of 4th and James), Kent.
- 8/18: 5th Annual Houston Kendo Kyokai Team Taikai, Sat, opening ceremony 8:45am, Gilruth Fitness Center, 2101 E. NASA Parkway, Houston, Texas.
- 9/8: PNKF Senior Kendo Seminar, Sat, 8:30am-4pm, Bitterlake Community Center Annex, Thompson Broadview Elementary, 13052 Greenwood Avenue N., Seattle.
- Tentative agenda: doors open 8:30am; 9-10:30am, injury prevention; 10:30am-12noon, Competition;
12noon-1pm lunch; 1-1:30pm warm up; 1:30-3pm shinsa; 3-4pm open keiko.
- 9/14-16: 17WKC, Fri/Sat/Sun, Namdong Gymnasium, Incheon, Korea.
- 9/15: PNKF Board meeting, 9-11am, Sat, St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 1610 S. King Street, Seattle.
- 9/28-9/30: PNKF West Coast Iaido Seminar, Tournament, and Shinsa, Fri, Sat, Sun, Rain City Fencing, 1776 136th
Place NE, Bellevue.
- Teachers: Iaido Kyoshi 8th Dan Hideo Noguchi; and Iaido Kyoshi 7th Dan Shigehiro Aoki and Kaoru Suzuki.
- Schedule: Fri, 7-9pm; Sat, 9am-5pm Iaido; Sun, 9am-1pm Tournament; 2-4:30pm Shinsa/Seminar.
- 10/6-10/7: AUSKF Shinpan Seminar, Sat, 9am-5pm, and Sun, 9am-1pm, with asageiko 7:30-8:30am, Chinook Middle School, 18650 42nd Avenue S., SeaTac, WA 98188. There will be a $15 seminar fee to be paid in CASH and collected at the door. In addition, Bento are available for lunch on Saturday at $10 each which will also be collected at the door Saturday morning. Dinner Party — Saturday night there will be a dinner and all are invited and encouraged to attend, details to follow. REGISTER ON-LINE NOW AT: https://goo.gl/forms/4biLMEpPvIkTDMLt2
- 10/20: Tacoma Taikai, Sat — CANCELLED.
- 11/3: PNKF Taikai, Sat, Kent Commons Recreation Center, 525 4th Avenue N. (corner of 4th and James St.) Kent.
- 11/10: AUSKF Board meeting, Sat, venue TBD.
- 11/11: Kodansha Shinsa, Sun, venue TBD.
- 11/17: PNKF Board meeting, 9-11am, Sat, St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 1610 S. King Street, Seattle.
- 12/1: Kent Taikai, Sat, Kent Commons Recreational Center, 525 4th Avenue N. (corner of 4th and James St.) Kent.
- 12/9: PNKF Jodo Shinsa.
- 4/6: AUSKF Junior Open National Championships, Sat, South Forsyth High School, 585 Peachtree Parkway, Cumming, Georgia 30041 http://auskf-jrnationals.com/.
- 6/14-6/16: 12th Annual US Nito Kendo Summer Camp, Fri/Sat/Sun, College of Idaho, Caldwell, Idaho
8th AUSKF JUNIOR OPEN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS – April 8, 2018, Marina High School, Huntington Beach, California
9 Years and Under 10-11 Years 1st place – Issei Lancelot, NCKF 1st place - Taiyo Ariga, SCKO 2nd place – Ryuga Madokoro, SCKF 2nd place - Jacob Huh, SCKF 3rd place – Bailey Shinada, SCKF 3rd place – Euvene Kae, WKF 3rd place – Yuta Onitsuka, NCKF 3rd place – Demian Roh, SCKF Kantosho – Yuichi Sato, SCKF Kantosho – Jonathan Yu, PNKF Kantosho – Yoshihiko Shimada, SCKO Kantosho – Devin Chung, PNKF Kantosho – Sora Kanemoto, SCKF Kantosho – Kokoro Kusayanagi, SCKF Kantosho – Luke Ido, SCKO Kantosho – Jacob Kim, WKF 12-13 Years 14-15 Years 1st place – Jonathan Huang, NCKF 1st place – Tomohide Katayama, ECUSKF 2nd place – Andrew Kang, SCKF 2nd place – Riki Okawa, SCKO 3rd place – McCartney Hong, SCKF 3rd place – Tylor Wang, WKF 3rd place – Scott Fujiwara, SCKO 3rd place – Dave Nam, SCKF Kantosho – Ennio Kim, SCKF Kantosho – Bryan Yoo, WKF Kantosho – Dylan Hil, SCO Kantosho – Benjamin Ahn, WKF Kantosho – Hayden Kim, SCKF Kantosho – Josh Kim, PNKF Kantosho – Yosuke Takubo, SCKF Kantosho – Keisuke Yamamuro, SCKO 16-18 Years 13 Years and Under Girls 1st place - Branden Wang, WKF 1st place - Daphne Chen, SCKF 2nd place - Gen Takahashi, SCKO 2nd place - Misaki Matsunaga, ECUSKF 3rd place - Steven Yoo, WKF 3rd place - Kayleen Kim, SCKO 3rd place - Kyle Fukuda, PNKF 3rd place - Grace Huh, SCKF Kantosho - Benjamin Huh, SCKF Kantosho - Sayaka Masuo, SWKIF Kantosho - Teruya Mochizuki, ECUSKF Kantosho - Naomi Yu, SCFK Kantosho - Lucien Levins, SCKO Kantosho - Mai Sakamoto, SCKO Kantosho - Nathan Sueki, SCKF Kantosho - Ffion Mabale, PNKF 14-18 Years Girls 1st place - Aika Onitsuka, NCKF 2nd place - Betty Park, PNKF 3rd place - Hana Yamamoto, SCKO 3rd place - Colleen Fan, NCKF Kantosho - Allison Kojima, PNKF Kantosho - Chika Hotta, ECUSKF Kantosho - Anne Morita, SCKO Kantosho - Keeley McManus, PNKF Youth Team Girls Team Boys Team 1st place - ECUSKF A 1st place - PNKF A (K.McManus,B.Park,A.Kojima) 1st place - SCKO A 2nd place - SCKO A 2nd place - SCKF A 2nd place - WKF B 3rd place - SCKF B 3rd place - NCKF A 3rd place - PNKF B 3rd place - SCKF A 3rd place - NCKF B (J.Paik,K.Honda,D.Chung,KEUnderhill,K.Fukuda) 3rd place - ECUSKF A
42nd ANNUAL UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON INVITATIONAL KENDO TOURNAMENT – April 14, 2018
Women's 0-4 Kyu 1st place - H. Yamada, Vancouver 1st place - D. Yip, Cascade 2nd place - K. Darbyshire, Vancouver 2nd place - A. Kim, Bellevue 3rd place - W. Robillard, Steveston 3rd place - B. Wong, UW 3rd place - M. Gardner, UVic 3rd place - M. Xu, UW 3-1 Kyu 1-2 Dan 1st place - A. Yorita, UW 1st place - B. Liao, Bellevue 2nd place - L. Gao, UW 2nd place - P. Lee, Steveston 3rd place - A. Rossi, Spokane 3rd place - E. Chui, Steveston 3rd place - B. Sprenger, Obukan 3rd place - A. Kojima, Bellevue 3 Dan 4 Dan and Above 1st place - K. Sugiura, UW 1st place - T. Yamada, Vancouver 2nd place - M. Yoneda, Kent 2nd place - H. Yamada, Vancouver 3rd place - J. Croes, Portland 3rd place - N. Nakano, Steveston 3rd place - T. Marsten, Kent 3rd place - T. Hamanaka, Tozenji Teams 1st place - Vancouver (K. Darbyshire, R. Asato, H. Yamada, S. Jung, T. Yamada) 2nd place - Steveston A (E. Chui, D. Yao, S. O’Sullivan, N. Nakano, W. Robillard) Head Shinpan - David Yotsuuye Taikai Chair - Minari Omura Sportsmanship Pledge - Sue Vanasouk UW Most Improved - Esther Law Kazuo and Tomo Shoji Inspirational Award - Minari Omura
28th ANNUAL BELLEVUE JUNIOR TAIKAI – May 19, 2018, Bellevue
10 Years and Under 11 to 12 Years 13 to 14 Years 1st place - I. DeBlieck, Sno-King 1st place - J. Yu, Northwest 1st place - K. Underhill, Northwest 2nd place - K. Ayers, Sno-King 2nd place - N. Chu, Bellevue 2nd place - J. Kim, Federal Way 3rd place - K. Maxfield-Matsumoto, Highline 3rd place - S. Kim, Seattle 3rd place - L. Ohata, Bellevue 3rd place - E. Cocoro Marx, Federal Way 3th place - D. Chung, Cascade 3rd place - T. Ting, Northwest High School Girls High School Boys 1st place - B. Park, Bellevue 1st place - K. Fukuda, Cascade 2nd place - K. McManus, Kent 2nd place - S. Enomoto, Kent 3rd place - M. Blechschmidt, Bellevue 3rd place - D. Imanishi, Seattle 3rd place - A. Kojima, Bellevue 3rd place - K. Underhill, Northwest Junior Teams 1st place - Northwest (J. Yu, N. Underhill, K. Underhill, A. Fung, T. Ting) 2nd place - Seattle (A. Mabale, E. Kim, F. Mabale, K. Halve, N. Orita) High School Teams 1st place - Kent/Federal Way (S. Lee, S. Enomoto, K. McManus) 2nd place - Bellevue Red (N. Smith, A. Kojima, B. Park) Head Shinpan - David Yotsuuye Taikai Co-Chairs - Hide Iba and Leonid Tsybert National Anthem - Maya Blechschmidt Competitors’ Pledge - Betty Park Master of Ceremonies - CJ Chaney Awesome Spirit Award - Juah Paik, Tacoma Centurion Bellevue Highline Sno-King Youth Leadership Award - Maya Blechschmidt, Bellevue
53rd ANNUAL VANCOUVER KENDO TOURNAMENT – May 26, 2018, Byrne Creek Secondary School, Burnaby
9 Years and Under 10 to 12 Years 13 to 15 Years 1st place - Ka. Yoshimura, Renbu 1st place - Y. Lee, Renbu 1st place - R. Kim, Renbu 2nd place - Y. Asaoka, Youshinkan 2nd place - N. Son, Renbu 2nd place - K. Underhill, Northwest 3rd place - M. Ishizuka, Youshinkan 3rd place - K. Yoshimura, Renbu 3rd place - A. Son, Renbu 3rd place - M. Shirai, Youshinkan 3rd place - J. Yu, Northwest 3rd place - K. Kono, Tozenji 16 to 20 Years 21 to 30 Years 31 to 40 Years 1st place - S. Enomoto, Kent 1st place - K. Komoto, UBC 1st place - K. Lee, Chinook 2nd place - K. Muramatsu, Renfrew 2nd place - K. Unzei, AOI 2nd place - T. Yamada, Vancouver 3rd place - K. Higo, Kent 3rd place - W. Chung, UVic 3rd place - M. Rose, Renfrew 3rd place - T. Marsten, Kent 3rd place - E. Kita, Renbu 3rd place - I. Lin, Chinook 41 Years and Over Women 1st place - I. Miki, Steveston 1st place - J. Kurahashi, Renbu 2nd place - S. Shiono, Calgary 2nd place - H. Yamada, Vancouver 3rd place - S. Kim, Renbu 3rd place - A. Fukushima, Vancouver 3rd place - D. Chiu, SFU 3rd place - N. Fukushima, Vancouver Junior Team Senior Team Fighting Spirit 1st place - Renbu B 1st place - Team Canada B. Buckham, UVic 2nd place - Renbu A 2nd place - Vancouver A K. McManus, Kent
2018 AUSKF IAIDO TAIKAI – June 2, 2018, Salt Lake City, Utah
Mudansha Division (0 - 2 kyu) 1st place - Ben Senderling, SWKIF, Omaha Kendo & Iaido Kyokai 2nd place - Bruce Hiraoka, RMKIF, Castle Rock Iaido 3rd place - Jeffrey Cardin, SWKIF, Mushinkan Kendo & Iaido Dojo 3rd place - Cierra Nix, RMKIF, Castle Rock Iaido Kantosho - Jonathan Hoopes, SWKIF, Salt Lake Kendo & Iaido Kyokai Murakami Cup (1 kyu - 1 dan) 1st place - Feng (Blade) Weng, SWKIF, Mushinkan Kendo & Iaido Dojo 2nd place - Ma. Denise Verastique, SWKIF, Dallas-Fort Worth Kendo & Iaido Kyokai) 3rd place - Dongying Song, AEUSKF, Ken-Zen Institute) 3rd place - Nathan Williams, SWKIF, Dallas-Fort Worth Kendo & Iaido Kyokai) Kantosho - Helene Cousein, AEUSKF, Seizan Kendo Kai) Murosako Cup (2 dan - 3 dan) 1st place - Thane Mittlestaedt, PNKF, Aishinkai Fudo Myoo Ji Dojo) 2nd place - John Mullin, AEUSKF, Ken-Zen Institute) 3rd place - Edward Vierk, SWKIF, Omaha Kendo & Iaido Kyokai) 3rd place - Jennifer Mayo, RMKIF, Castle Rock Iaido) Kantosho - Sergey Zalubovsky, NCKF, Mountain View Dojo) Yamaguchi Cup (4 dan & above) 1st place - Debi Farmer, GNEUSKF, Shidogakuin NY Shidokan) 2nd place - Susan Sekreta, AEUSKF, Ken-Zen Institute) 3rd place - Paul Shin, GNEUSKF, Shidogakuin NY Shidokan) 3rd place - Gordon Hall, AEUSKF, Ken-Zen Institute) Kantosho - Monica Iwakabe, RMKIF, Rocky Mountain Budokan)
2018 ROSE CITY TAIKAI – June 9, 2018, Portland Community College Sylvania Campus
Women Juniors 10 and Under 1st place - K. McManus, Kent 1st place - V. Chen, Oakland 2nd place - E. Ishii, Kent 2nd place - I. DeBlieck, Sno-King 3rd place - M. Blechschmidt, Bellevue 3rd place - J. Higa, UW Juniors 11-15 0-4 Kyu 1st place - Jo Paik, Tacoma 1st place - A. Kim, Bellevue 2nd place - Ju Paik, Tacoma 2nd place - E. Hellevik, UW 3-1 Kyu 1-2 Dan 1st place - B. Sprenger, Obukan 1st place - K. McManus, Kent 2nd place - C. Pak, Portland 2nd place - J. Higa, UW 3rd place - S. Lee, Federal Way 3rd place - M. Blechschmidt, Bellevue 3rd place - J. Jeon, Bellevue 3rd place - A. Miller, Portland 3 Dan 4 Dan and Above 1st place - T. Marsten, Kent 1st place - I. Morgan 2nd place - J. Lee, Portland 2nd place - G. Nakayama, Portland 3rd place - J. Croes, Portland 3rd place - A. Fujii, UW Junior Teams 1st place - Sno-King (I. DeBlieck, D. Shilov, D. Beck) 2nd place - Tacoma (Ju. Paik, I. Lee, Jo. Lee) Senior Teams 1st place - Kent (I. Morgan, K. McIntosh, K. McManus, E. Ishii, T. Marsten) 2nd place - Seattle (D. Imanishi, Y. Chen, C. Capoeman, Y. Paik, A. Yen)
Head Shinpan - Doug Imanishi; Competitors' Pledge - Lucian Jesequel
Master of Ceremonies - John Hancock
2nd TADAO TODA HAI KENDO TAIKAI – June 17, 2018, Caldwell Idaho
Upper Division Lower Division 1st place - Fumihide Itokazu, Covina 1st place - Cougar Capoeman, Tacoma 2nd place - Seth Harris, Hawaii 2nd place - Andrew Barnett, Young Moo Kwan 3rd place - Michio Kajitani, Arkansas 3rd place - Sten Kajitani, Arkansas 3rd place - Frank Wessbecher, Highline 3rd place - Jordy Davis, Zenbukan
AUSKF IAIDO SUMMER CAMP AND JODO SEMINAR
2018 AUSKF Iaido and Jodo shinsa, June 3, 2018, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
4TH KYU: Jonathan Hoopes (Salt Lake City Kendo & Iaido Kai), Lam Nguyen (Salt Lake City Kendo &
Iaido Kai), Michael Webster (Zen Bu Kan). 3RD KYU: Frauke Hachtmann (Omaha Kendo & Iaido
Kyokai), Bruce Hiroaki (Castle Rock Iaido), Caleb Johnson (Zen Bu Kan), Philip Markunas (---),
Anandhavel Nagendrakumar (Zen Bu Kan), Tyler Wilson (Musoshindenryu Iaido - Agassiz Dojo), Cierra
Waitman (Castle Rock Iaido). 2ND KYU: Alex Cherry (Salt Lake City Kendo & Iaido Kai), Kevin O’Mara
(Zen Bu Kan) Brett Thompson (DFWKIK), Michael Curtis (Rocky Mountain Budokan), Nathanial Thomason
(Musoshindenryu Iaido - Agassiz Dojo 2kyu), Andrew Webster (Zen Bu Kan). 1ST KYU: Adam Sandor
(Musoshindenryu Iaido - Agassiz Dojo), Ben Senderling (Omaha Kendo & Iaido Kyokai), Jeffrey Cardin
(Mushinkan Kendo and Iaido), Michio Kajitani (Arkansas Kendo club), Francisco Moreno Ramirez
(Club de Iaido Mexico Asia), Joshua Stadtlander-Miller (Ken-Zen). 1ST DAN: Jared Bowler (ZenBuKan),
Michael Jacobson (Musoshindenryu Iaido - Musoshindenryu Iaido - Agassiz Dojo), Gary Lee Moulder (Palo
Alto), Philip Sevin (ZenBuKan), Dongying Song (Ken-Zen), Feng (Blade) Wang (Mushinkan Kendo and Iaido
Dojo), Darryl Woods Mushinkan Kendo and Iaido Dojo). 2ND DAN: Dominque Alfandari (Sei Zan Kendo Kai),
Helene Cousin (Sei Zn
Kendo Kai), Alberto Kiramoto (DFWKIK), Jay Salazar (River City Iaido &
Kendo Kyokai), Michael Schuldt (Musoshindenryu Iaido - Agassiz Dojo), Ma. Denise Verastigue (DFWKIK), Nathan Williams (DFWKIK).
3RD DAN: Tekin Korhan (Norwalk Kendo Dojo). 4TH DAN: Genaro Luis Cervantes (Club de Iaido Mexico Asia), Rodolfo Lynch
(Ken-Zen), Elizabeth Pesek (Salinas), Terry Sewell (DFWKIK), Edward Vierk (Omaha Kendo &
1ST KYU: Tyler Wilson (Musoshindenryu Iaido - Agassiz Dojo), James Maestes (Yamakage Dojo), Jaden Olah
(Yamakage Dojo), Adam Sandor (Musoshindenryu Iaido - Agassiz Dojo), Michael Schuldt
(Musoshindenryu Iaido - Agassiz Dojo), Robert Tranchin (DFWKIK), Francisco Moreno Ramirez (Club de
Iaido Mexico Asia), Veronica Taylor (Baltimore-Annapolis), Sarah Scherr (Musoshindenryu Iaido - Agassiz
Dojo), Amber Adams (Butokuden Kendo Dojo), Michi Takeda (Butokuden Kendo Dojo), Bob
Schneider (Butokuden Kendo Dojo), George Carr, Jr. (Yamakage Dojo).
1ST DAN: Genaro Luis de Cervantes (Club de Iaido Mexico Asia), David Bressler (Ken-Zen), Judit Olah
(Yamakage Dojo), Jaden Olah (Yamakage Dojo), Adam Sandor (Musoshindenryu Iaido - Agassiz Dojo), Michael
Schuldt Musoshindenryu Iaido - Agassiz Dojo), Kevin Thibedeau Ken-Zen), Michael Jacobson
(Musoshindenryu Iaido - Agassiz Dojo), Bradley Anderson (Musoshindenryu Iaido - Agassiz Dojo), An Nguyen
(Butokuden Kendo Dojo), Kazuhiro Kawashima (Shidogakuin NY), Bob Fushimi (Yamakage Dojo),
N. Tasume (Yamakage Dojo) James Valencia (Yamakage Dojo).
2ND DAN: Amado Maldonado (US Kobujodokai), Alec Milton (Ken-Zen).
3RD DAN: David Gravens (US Kobujodokai), Sandor Ver (US Kobujodokai), Elizabeth Sapareto (US Kobujodokai).
11th ANNUAL US NITO KENDO CAMP, SEMINAR – June 17, 2018, College of Idaho, J.A. Albertson Activities Center, Caldwell, Idaho
PNKF KENDO SHINSA
3RD KYU: Cory Leslie, Idaho Kendo Club PNKF. 1ST KYU: Sten Kajitani, Arkansas SWKIF. 4TH DAN: Young
Sub Shim, (Detroit MWKF), Ethan Waln, (Portland PNKF).
THE LAST WORD
I was sent to the Tokyo Tank School for about six months to learn how to operate tanks and how to dismantle
and assemble them. We also learned to attack tanks with yellow bombs (Oh shoku yaku)
that we carried under our arms, and were taught to jump right into the wheels of the tanks, destroying
both the tank and ourselves. “Seppuku” the ritual suicide performed by cutting open of the hara with
the sword, performed ceremoniously was the honorable way to die for failure, defeat in battle or a
mistake or disgraceful act for the Lord. The slang term “harakiri” (literally gut cutting) coined
by the West during WW II debases the conscious will and courage implicit in the traditional concept.
Nonetheless, the average soldier needs to be honored, even if his suicide was not so pure as that
of the samurai.
Tradition required one to die honorably for one’s mistake or disgraceful act by seppuku. But Ogawa
Kinnosuke Sensei told me that modern Kendo did not require Seppuku. “If you make a mistake or a
disgraceful act, Omoto, live as long as you can. You can’t recover the mistakes you made, but
value yourself and show your bravery and repentance by being useful to your neighbors and the world for
as long as you live.” My modern kendo spirit, modern bushido, or Hawaiian Yamato spirit, would not allow
me to commit suicide, but rather survive to throw more bombs. I would fight to live, and live to
fight more. Would I have committed suicide if I could not imagine an alternative or had I been ordered,
as were the kamikaze pilots? I have to answer that I don’t know.
Luckily I did not have to face that decision, but likely, were the order to have been issued, I would
have complied and thereby at least died honorably. But I would have been dead either way. To refuse
an order is treason, punishable by death. However, war is about death. War means blood and pain – death –
that is the bottom line.
If you are a foot soldier in close combat, survival is luck, or perhaps karma. So it proved for me.
The day I left Tokyo, I learned that the tank school had been bombed. There were few, if any, survivors.
To survive by hours was my karma, and had no relationship to Kendo training or personal
control. I was lucky for my order to depart, just as I would have been unlucky to be
ordered to stay at the school another day or to sacrifice myself.
My next assignment was for horse and buggy training at Kumamoto Castle, located on the southern
island of Kyushu and noted for its beautiful gardens, mountains and history, especially as the area where
Miyamoto Musashi spent his last days and wrote the Book of Five Rings. I especially
enjoyed this assignment. When Musashi was fifty-six years old in 1640, after his sixth and final
battle during the siege of Shimabara, in 1637, he took up residence at Kumamoto as a guest of Lord
Hosokawa Tadatoshi. He was given the rank of a general of a division. Here he participated in his last,
and as always victorious, duel, and then took residence in the old castle of Chiba, adjacent to Kumamoto Castle.
He spent most of his time practicing the arts of calligraphy, painting, and tea ceremony. Shaken
by the death of Lord Hosokawa in 1641, he retreated to fulfill the Lord’s command to explain the ideas of
his strategy that had guided his life as a samurai. In 1643 at fifty-nine years old, Musashi departed
for Mount Iwato, located about twelve kilometers southwest of Kumamoto, where he lived in Reigando
(spirit rock) cave. Here he remained and wrote the Gorin no Sho (The Book of Five Rings).
He died at the age of sixty one in 1645.
–Rod Nobuto Omoto, Autobiography, edited by Charlotte Omoto, 2014, p. 34-35.
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