The Seibukan Dojo Started educating conventional Japanese swordsmanship in 1993
BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – Members from the Seibukan Dojo of Palm Bay not too long ago celebrated the thirtieth anniversary of their faculty with a two week journey to Japan.
Members have been personally invited to take part within the annual Nationwide Jidai Matsuri Pageant which celebrates Japan’s historical past and heritage within the martial arts.
College students wearing interval appropriate armor and samurai clothes and paraded 2 miles via the streets of Machida Japan to the delight of hundreds of onlookers.
The parade ended at a big park the place demonstrations of conventional Japanese samurai arts have been carried out. This included Musketry, empty hand battle grappling, Batto do and mounted archery ( yabusame). The group was estimated at 7000 individuals for the occasion.
Members of the Seibukan Dojo spent two weeks coaching within the Japanese sword (Batto Do) in addition to visiting quite a few heritage websites together with the graves of the 47 ronin, Yasukuni shrine, Sensoji Temple , Sengakuji Shrine, the Nice Dai Buddha of Kamakura and plenty of others.
Visits and coaching with a number of of the Senior instructors in Japan have been a part of the 2 week go to as nicely.
The Seibukan Dojo Started educating conventional Japanese swordsmanship in April of 1993, and continues to show twice weekly courses and is situated on the Tony Rosa neighborhood heart in Palm Bay.
No earlier martial arts expertise is required, and so they settle for college students from age 15 and up. Potential college students are inspired to return by and take a look at two courses without cost.
Extra info may be discovered at Seibukanma.com or by calling the Tony Rosa Group Middle at 321-952-3443.