IKCY – U25

International Kendo Camp for Youths (age 18-25)

Online registration: 15 of Aprile.

Confirmation of acceptance: 20. of Aprile

Aim of event

  •  Systematically learn traditional practice methods of Kendo
  • To learn the basic knowledge to deeply understand the cultural nature of Kendo and Budo.
  • Experience the joy of international exchange through kendo

participation

The program is for youth Kendokas – preferably a National Team member or two candidate/nation – between the ages of 18-25 who has referral from his/her previously attanded Kendo friend or the president of the Dojo. Knowledge of Kendo kata is essential!

For the Saturday HKC Team Competition, you can put your Team together during camp time!

The Hungarian Kendo Federation offering a grant for selected Kendokas whose going to receive a free accommodation during the event.

Sufficient English knowledge is important.

PROGRAM

MONDAY

14:00 – 18:00
Arrival

20:00 – 21:00
Orientation

Tuesday

7:15 – 8:00
Breakfast

8:30 – 10:00
Budo lecture

10:30 – 12:30
Kata, Jigeiko

15:00 – 17:00
Kendo Keiko

17:00 – 18:00
Jigeiko

Wednesday

7:15 – 8:00
Breakfast

8:30 – 10:00
Budo lecture

10:30 – 12:30
Kata, Jigeiko

15:00 – 17:00
Kendo Keiko

17:00 – 18:00
Jigeiko

Thursday

7:15 – 8:00
Breakfast

8:30 – 10:00
Budo lecture

10:30 – 12:30
Kata, Jigeiko

15:00 – 17:00
Kendo Keiko

17:00 – 18:00
Jigeiko

19:00 – –:–
Sayonara Party

Friday

Departure home
or
Stay for Hungary Kendo Cup!

Individual competition
or
Stay for examination

Registration process

Please fill up the online registration form!

COMING SOON!

Fees

€ 120/person

  • Accommodation is free of charge for 4 nights for limited Kendokas.
  • Meals including 3 meals starting with a dinner on 07.08 end with a breakfast on 07.09.
  • Seminar
  • Lecture
  • Sayonara Party

Teachers

AKIRA IjimA

8. Dan Kyoshi
International Budo University
(Kendo practice)

Akira Ijima, 8th Dan, Kyoshi

Born in Akita-Prefecture, 1957, Ijima-Sensei attended Honjo High School and Nippon Sports Science University, where he worked as a professor’s assistant before moving to the International Budo University (IBU).

At IBU, Ijima-Sensei is a Professor of Budo Education, Chief of Special Budo Course, as well as Director of the university’s Kendo Club.

Ijima-Sensei competes in many tournaments in Japan, including National Teaching Faculty Tournament, All Japan East vs. West Tournament, All Japan Prefecture Kendo Championship, and Kendo 8th Dan Competition for the Prince Hirohito Royal Cup.

Ijima-Sensei serves as a lecturer at various Kendo training sessions organized by the All Japan Kendo Federation, while he acts as a Referee at various tournaments, including All Japan University Championships.

Ijima-Sensei published a number of Kendo instruction books and mediums, including Kendo (Basics & Tactics); Practical Kendo Learning Method; Instruction System of School Kendo; Video Kendo Coaching; and DVD-Achieving the Ultimate Kendo.

MAMORU TanakA

7. Dan Kyoshi
International Budo University
(Lectures)

Mamoru Tanaka, 7th Dan, Kyoshi

Born in Hyugo-Prefecture, 1958, Tanaka-Sensei acquired Master’s degree from Tsukuba University in the field of Budo Theory.

He is a Professor of the Department of Budo at the International Budo University (IBU), where he primarily teaches subjects related to Japanese Budo Culture. Tanaka-Sensei serves as Chief of the Budo Sports Research Division and the Budo & Sports Science Research Institute at IBU.

Tanaka-Sensei also lectures often at International Budo Culture Seminars sponsored by Nippon Budokan, where many international students participate. He published Budo’s Past, Present and Future (Nippon Budokan, 2005) along with other publications in the field.

Atsushi Isoyama

5. Dan
(Teaching Assistant)

 

Atsushi ISOYAMA

Born in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan, 5th Dan Kendo

Mr. Isoyama learned Kendo from Mizuta Shigenori Sensei (8th Dan, Hanshi) at Tsuchiura First High School in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan, and continued his Kendo training at local Dojos in Ibaraki, such as Souchikan and Mizuta-Dojo. He has been living in Vienna, Austria, since 2000, where he works at an international organization. He teaches Kendo to local practitioners and children in Vienna and other locations in Austria. Mr. Isoyama has been acting as a coordinator for the International Budo University (IBU) Kendo Club’s Kendo exchange program in Vienna, providing various managerial and coordination support to the annual event.

Venue of camp

Pézsa Tibor Sportcsarnok

2500 Esztergom, Helischer József út 5.
GPS: 47.7925; 18.7348
Map link: https://goo.gl/maps/nYBQoBzREGRGom8U9

Venue of Accomodation and Sayonara party

#9413 Youth Hotel Esztergom

2500 Esztergom, Nagy Duna stny. 1.
GPS: 47.79309; 18.73269

Sajnálattal tájékoztatunk titeket, hogy a 2020-as Hungária Kendo Kupa
We are sorry to inform you that the 2020 Hungary Kendo Cup is

ELMARAD
CANCELLED

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