Congratulations to Bari B. for an impressive 5th kyu test! Thanks to everyone who joined us on Friday.
Congratulations to those who tested and were promoted at ATJB on Friday, April 12th. Ken G, 1st dan Phil C, 1st dan Dean Bottino, 3rd kyu Thanks also to our instructors, test ukes, friends, family, and everyone who joined to […]
Aikido Tekkojuku of Boston will host a special gathering on Thursday, March 28th in loving memory of Mitsunari Kanai-Sensei. Kanai-Sensei has left a lasting impact on his many students, who continue to transmit his teachings fifteen years after his passing. […]
On Friday, December 7th, Aikido Tekkojuku of Boston will hold rank tests and say goodbye to 2018 with a special (and early) end-of-year potluck. Join us to support those taking tests and celebrate the coming new year! As always, please […]
Aikido Tekkojuku of Boston celebrated our 13th birthday with an Anniversary Seminar on October 19th-21st, 2018. Over nine hours of training, many of Kanai-Sensei’s long-term students (jiki-deshi) shared their experience of some of his favorite techniques, perspectives, and themes. Special thanks […]
October 19, 20, & 21, 2018 ❖ Jiki Deshi Seminar Long-term Students of Kanai Sensei Share 150 Years of Learning ❖ Aikido Tekkojuku of Boston has a unique concentration of Kanai Sensei’s longest students as senior instructors. This significant legacy will be the focus of this year’s ATJB […]
Aikido Tekkojuku’s nafudakake is a wooden board that displays nameplates of all members in rank order. This is a traditional component of Japanese martial arts dojos, and symbolizes the connection of the dojo to its members, past and present. Thanks to a […]
Congratulations to the following Tekkojuku members for their promotions on August 17th, 2018. Your instructors and classmates are proud of you! Chizuko I. — 2nd dan Nicole R. — 1st kyu Alex P. — 3rd kyu Kieran P. — 4th […]
Allen B. (3rd kyu) and Tomas P. (2nd kyu) gave excellent demonstrations for the April kyu exams. Your dedication and practice showed in your technique. Congratulations!