Japanese Sensei

Discussion in 'Ju Jitsu' started by Kobudo, Apr 26, 2012.

  1. Kobudo

    Kobudo Valued Member

    Does anyone know of any Japanese Sensei living in the UK at the moment?
     
  2. Dean Winchester

    Dean Winchester Valued Member

    No sorry, well not Jujutsu anyway, but out of curiosity why do you want to know?

    Are you after a specific style or method of teaching?
     
  3. Kobudo

    Kobudo Valued Member


    No not looking for anything, I'm a GBK member and happy with my training.

    I was speaking to a friend last night, and he asked 'Why do all the Japanese masters stay in Japan' to which I replied 'They don't, Tanemura Sensei came to the UK in 2010, and lots of times before that, other Shihan, and Sensei do the same' - He then asked, so how come none of them stay?

    Thinking about it, I couldn't put my finger on a single Japanese Sensei of any art in the UK - so just wondered if anyone else knew of any.
     
  4. Dean Winchester

    Dean Winchester Valued Member

    There's a senior Japanese Karate Sensei living near me.
     
  5. Kobudo

    Kobudo Valued Member

    Really? Do you know his name, or style?

    Woo hoo, I can win the debate!!!
     
  6. GaryWado

    GaryWado Tired

    There are a number of Japanese Wado sensei who live in the UK - and have been for a long time.

    Shiomitsu Masafumi, Sakagami Kuniaki and Sugasawa sensei - spring to mind straight away.

    I know the JKA England (Shotokan Group) also has Ohta sensei here.

    Gary
     
  7. Dead_pool

    Dead_pool the merc with the mouth MAP 2017 Moi Award

    shorinji kempo too.
     
  8. Graham

    Graham Valued Member

    Not many Japanese people settle in the UK. Not may Japanese people know any jujutsu. The group fulfil both criteria is tiny. Nevertheless, it does happen. There is Daiwa ryu in Suffolk, run by a Japanese migrant to the UK.
     
  9. Moosey

    Moosey invariably, a moose Supporter

  10. sakumeikan

    sakumeikan Valued Member

    japanese sensei in u.k

    1.Harada Sensei[Shotokai]2.Asano Sensei [Shotokan?]3.Kanetsuka Sensei [Aikido ].
     

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