Bokuto application in the practice of fundamental kendo
techniques. The information contained is as taught by the
creator of the practice.
Information in this section includes description of the uniform, how
to don the garments, and care and maintenance,
Practice fundamentals cover the basics of etiquette,
postures, movements, and footwork.
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The style of iaido taught at Mushinkan is Musoshinden Ryu.
Mushinkan's mentor is Oda Katsuo Sensei, iaido Hanshi, 8th
Dan; kendo Kyoshi, 7th Dan from Shizuoka, Japan.
Mushinkan also conducts kendo classes; however, students are accepted by
invitation only. Mushinkan's kendo mentor is Ota Tadanori Sensei, Hanshi,
8th Dan from Tokyo, Japan; former head of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police
Department kendo program.
Mushinkan is a small school with focus on individualized instruction. Class size is limited. Both the
kendo and iaido programs are currently full and new students are not being accepted.