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Aikido



Aikido (Japanese: 合気道 Hepburn: Aikidō?) [a.i.ki.doː] is a Japanese martial art developed by Morihei Ueshiba as a synthesis of his martial studies, philosophy, and religious beliefs. Aikido is often translated as "the Way of unifying (with) life energy"[1] or as "the Way of harmonious spirit." Ueshiba's goal was to create an art that practitioners could use to defend themselves while also protecting their attacker from injury.



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Founder: Morihei Ueshiba

Chronology

0/0/1859

 

Sokaku born second son of Sokichi Takeda.

0/0/1871

 

Onisaburo Deguchi born in Anao as Kisaburo Ueda.

0/0/1900

 

Morihei Ueshiba Moves to Tokyo in September, starts sta

0/0/1901

 

Morihei Ueshiba Briefly studies Tenjin Shin'yo-ryu Juju

0/0/1903

 

Morihei Ueshiba Marries Hatsu Itogawa, a distant relati

0/0/1905

 

Morihei Ueshiba Departs for Manchurian Front (Russo-Jap

0/0/1906

 

Morihei Ueshiba Discharged from army, returns to Tanabe

0/0/1908

 

Morihei Ueshiba Receives certificate from Yagyu-ryu Juj

0/0/1910

 

Morihei Ueshiba Moves to Tokyo in September, starts sta

0/0/1910

 

Morihei Ueshiba Travels to Hokkaido

0/0/1911

 

Morihei Ueshiba's First daughter born (Matsuko)

0/0/1912

 

Leads settlers from Kishu to Hokkaido (Aza-Shirataki, K

0/0/1915

 

Morihei Ueshiba Meets Sokaku Takeda (Daito-ryu jujitsu)

0/0/1919

 

Meets O. Deguchi of the Omoto Sect in Ayabe, Kyoto.

1/20/1920

 

Koichi Tohei was born

0/0/1921

 

Kisshomaru Ueshiba (the second Doshu) born on June 27,

6/27/1921

 

Kisshomaru Ueshiba was born

0/0/1927

 

Founder moves to Tokyo with his family and begins teach

0/0/1931

 

Opens Kobukan Practice Hall in Wakamatsu-cho, Shinjuku

0/0/1940

 

The Aikikai Foundation officially recognized by the Jap

0/0/1940

 

Construction of outdoor practice facility planned in lw

0/0/1942

 

Name "Aikido" adopted; Kisshomaru Ueshiba named Head of

0/0/1943

 

Aiki Shrine at lwama - machi, Ibaraki Prefecture erecte

0/0/1943

 

Sokaku dies in Aomori at age of 83 following a stroke.

0/0/1947

 

Reorganization of the Kobukai Foundation into the Aikik

0/0/1948

 

K. Ueshiba becomes General Director of the Foundation's

0/0/1948

 

Death of Onisaburo Deguchi following a stroke.

4/2/1951

 

Moriteru Ueshiba was born

0/0/1959

 

First issue of the Aikido Newspaper published.

0/0/1960

 

Founder receives the Shiju Hosho Medal.

0/0/1967

 

Construction of the new Headquarters Dojo begun; the Ci

4/26/1969

 

The Founder passes away on April 26, at the age of 86.

0/0/1977

 

15th Annual AII Japan Aikido Demonstration held at the

0/0/1978

 

Second General Meeting of the IAF convened in Honolulu.

0/0/1979

 

First All Japan Children's Aikido Session held at the N

0/0/1980

 

Two instructors dispatched to Papua New Guinea by the J

0/0/1981

 

50th Anniversary of the establishment of the Aikido Hea

0/0/1987

 

The Crown Prince and Princess of Norway visit Hombu Doj

0/0/1989

 

Aikido demonstrated for the first time at the 3rd World

0/0/1991

 

50th Anniversary of the Aikikai Foundation and 60th Ann

0/0/1992

 

6th IAF Congress held in Taipei.

1/4/1999

 

Kisshomaru Ueshiba passed away

7/4/2001

 

FUMIO TOYODA passed away …

 

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