Aikido Master Course: Best Aikido 2 Hardcover – 29 Sep 2003
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About the Author
MORITERU UESHIBA was born in 1951, the grandson of Morihei Ueshiba, the founder of Aikido, and son of the late Kisshomaru Ueshiba, the second Doshu. He graduated from Meiji Gakuin University in 1976, became master of the Aikido World Headquarters in 1986, and in 1996 was named chairman of the Aikikai Foundation. In 1999 he became Aikido Doshu after his father's death, and the permanent chairman of the International Aikido Federation in the same year. He holds several important posts related to the martial arts and is a trustee of the Nippon Budokan, the "hall of martial arts" located in central Tokyo.
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Top Customer Reviews
The pictures are quite easy to follow, unlike some Aikido publications. This book would suit a medium Kyu grade to Dan grade level. If the reader is interested in weapon work, this book has very little to offer, and perhaps the fore mentioned Saito Sensei series would be more of interest. (Volume 2)
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Like the name of the book, the techniques are quite advanced for beginners (like me).
The best choice for beginners is Best Aikido: The Fundamentals from Kisshomaru Ueshiba.
But ended its a top ten aikido Book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Purchased this book for a friend, he's well pleased with it and will help him with his martial arts studiesPublished on 4 Sept. 2010 by M. Funnell
This book is an asset to sensei's especially those with teaching qualifications already or aspiring to teach. There are good photographs and descriptions. Read morePublished on 22 April 2010 by Pwj Hammond