The Kiai Echo
The Kiai Echo is the newsletter of the American Judo and Jujitsu Federation, Inc. (AJJF), a non-profit educational organization that promotes Danzan Ryu Jujitsu, a classical Japanese martial art.
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Kata Manual The BOP continues to work on the list of Shinyo no Maki. The kata manual for Kiai no Maki was released at Convention 2017. Convention Committee The new Convention committee presented some ideas to the BOP to consider. A few may be implemented at next...
Kiai Echo 2017: Constant Releases & Annual Traditional Format 2018 Convention Registration is Open! AJJF Board of Professors and Executive Committee Meeting Minutes April 28, 2017 It's Not What You Think, by Sohn Wehseler My Journey to Sandan, by Ivan...
We hope to bring you several of these over the coming days and weeks. We will also add them to the previous article, Keep Your Jujutsu Training Going During Isolation, that outlines several ways you can train in isolation, so that as people refer back to that document...
We are in an unprecedented situation in the world, our country, and our communities. At some point when we have done everything we can to situate our families, our professional lives, and our sense of the “new normal,” we can begin to consider how we will find...