October 14(Monday) We start kongo-ryu Kobudo Seminar this day with the participation of Sweden and Japan seniors representative starts in the morning for the whole day seminar (6hour). This day, we used the Bo, Tonfa, sai, nunchaku and kama.   2nd day october 15 I cont...

Moving on to the bunkai between the Bo against the Kama, with the kongo ryu only requiring 5 kama bunkai I thought this would be an easy task how wrong was I, indeed the complexity of the moves was more difficult than I thought and a great deal of time was required in...

October 23, 2018

Under the leadership of Shuseki Shihan (Grandmaster) Sakagami, the 2018 Ryukyu Kobudo Kongo Ryu seminar was held in Honbu Dojo, Yokohama Tsurumi (6th – 8th of October 2018). Broadly speaking, the 2018 year seminar was a direct continuation of the 2017 seminar. The 201...

On October 6th, 7th and 8th, we practiced “Hamahiga no Tonfa,” “Tawada no Sai, “Tsukenshitahaku no Sai,” “Shushi no Kon Sho,” “Ryusei no Kon,” “Shushi no Kon Dai,” “Kongo no Nunchaku Sho,” “Kongo no Nicho-gama” and “Maezato no Tekko.” The seminar was very interesting a...

August 22, 2018

2018年10月6日~8日の三日間、琉球古武道金剛流の特別セミナーを、総本部道場で開催いたします。興味のある方は、是非ご連絡下さい。 We will hold 3 days excessive kobudo seminar on October 6th, 7th and 8th. We will practice the following katas: Shushi no Kon Dai, Sakugawa no Kon Sho, Kongo no Kon Ryubi no Sai, Tawada no Sai and Tsuke...

On May 21st, 2018, Mari, a member of USA, visited Ryukyu Kobudo Kongo-ryu Headquarters in Japan. She has been practicing Kongo-ryu for almost 4 years in Los Angeles, USA, and she recently received Sho-dan degree (the first dan.) Although she was able to practice only o...

On May 4th and 6th 2016, Sensei Ara and Sensei Nakamura held Ryukyu Kobudo Kongo-ryu seminar for children.  In this seminar, they focused on practicing Bo. It was the first time for all of the children to practice Kobudo. They they enjoyed the seminar a lot, although t...

For the past 16 years, I had been a kobudo practitioner in the Philippines. Sadly, this colorful but deadly art of weaponry has been partly forgotten in our country. I am very grateful to Soke Sadaaki Sakagami for giving me a brighter future to continue the art of Kobu...