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Kenshinkai

Kenshinkai is located right in the heart of Manhattan. Although we are a relatively new dojo, having celebrated our tenth year in 2012, we have  many dedicated members who are pursuing both their individual and common goals through the practice of Kendo. If you happen to be in New York, we would be very happy to have you visit us.

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Friday practice with a special guest, Yoshinobu Ujita-sensei, Kyoshi 7 Dan, Japan Wakayama Police Dept.
和歌山県警の教士7段、宇治田義信先生にご指導いただきました。
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2018 New York Kenshinkai No Kendo Camp (2)

We truly enjoyed the time!
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2018 New York Kenshinkai No Kendo Camp (1)

We enjoyed the time this year again!
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2018 All Eastern US Kendo Federation Kendo Tournament on June 10th at John Jay College

KSK won both Men’s team and Women’s team titles, and the members won the title in 5 individual divisions.

Congratulations to the members and the families!

Tournament Results

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Men’s Team division
1st Place - Kenshinkai A (K. Yamamoto, K. Tsunoda, T. Fukui, N. Suzuki-Alcorn, J. Caroll)

Women’s Team division
1st Place - Kenshinkai A (M. Hamasaki, Y. Fukui, K. Umemura)
3rd Place - Kenshinkai B (A. Mori, T. Uemoto, J. Winters)

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Children A (9 yrs & under) division
1st Place - Ken Uemoto
2nd Place - Lynn Uemoto

Children C (12-13 yrs) division
1st Place - Vincent Mahiro Minniefield

Men’s Youth (14-16 yrs) division
1st Place - Daniel Mori
2nd Place - Akiyuki Kubota
3rd Place - Genta Akiyama

Women’s Qyu division
1st Place - Yui Koyama
2nd Place - Hinako Yokohagi

Men’s 1&2 dan division
3rd Place - Andres Cabrera

Women’s 3 dan up division
1st Place - Yuko Fukui
2nd Place - Masami Hamasaki
3rd Place - Keiko Umemura
3rd Place - Takeko Uemoto

Men’s 3 dan and up division
2nd Place - Joshua Caroll
3rd Place - Takayuki Fukui
3rd Place - Kazuki Yamamoto
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