The Muso Jikiden Eishin Ryu is best known as an iai school, but it
also contains partner kenjutsu practices done with bokuto. Participants
will study the first set of these partner practices which is called
Tachi Uchi no Kurai
Requirements: participants will require loose clothing.
Bokuto are required and can be borrowed or purchased.
Kim Taylor is one of the organizers of the Guelph School of Japanese
Arts and is the chief instructor of the University of Guelph Sei Do
a club which provides instruction in Iaido, Niten Ichi-ryu and Jodo.
He holds renshi 7th dan rank in iaido and 5th dan rank in jodo from the
Canadian Kendo Federation (CKF) and is a member of the CKF Iaido and
Grading committees, associate
editor of the Journal of Asian Martial Arts, Publisher of the
Journals of Martial Arts and Sciences (EJMAS.com) and of the Journal of
Japanese Sword Arts. He has authored several books and articles on the
Taylor has received his jodo training from several hanshi and kyoshi
hachidan from both Tokyo and Fukuoka.
Last modified Apr 11, 2011 by Kim