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Women Horseback Archers Compete in Yabusame

Yabusame is a traditional Japanese martial art where archers shoot at targets from galloping horses. Performances were always held at shrines and considered to be sacred rituals reserved for men, but in recent years women have begun taking part. This is a result of yabusame’s evolution from ritual to sport, which opened the door to female enthusiasts. Towada City in Aomori now holds an annual, women-only yabusame contest which draws large crowds to enjoy the excitement, skill and colorful traditional costumes of the archers. We follow a 15-year old girl competing against her veteran instructor for the top prize.
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弓道 [Kyūdō] - Japanese archery

Kyudo @ Nippon Budokan Training Center.
- Just a simple video on Kyudo taken during my trip to Japan on 02 April 2008.
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Kyudo ist mehr als Bogenschießen: Die Kyudo-Kämpfer aus Bremen machen es vor

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Kyudo ist die Kunst des japanischen Bogenschießens – und viel mehr als ein Sport. Kyudo ist ein ästhetisches Ritual, bei dem es auf Ruhe ankommt. Es kombiniert Bogenschießen und Meditation. 1.500 Aktive gibt es in Deutschland. In Bremen sind 20 Kyudo-Kämpfer und wir haben sie besucht.
#Kyudo #Bogenschießen #Meditation
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Japanese Bamboo Arrow making my way - DIY Bamboo arrowmaking tutorial

I got a lot of questions on how I make my version of Japanese arrows. Well, here is how. Arrows are 1 meter Bamboo, with self cut and self dyed Turkey feathers, bone nocks and a Japanese target (mato) point.

If you wish for another feather placement, only clamp the nock first, after feather placement turn the nock in the desired position and then glue the nock.

Please enjoy.
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LAURENCE FISCHER PREND UN COURS DE KYUDO !

La Championne du Monde de Karaté Kumité Laurence Fischer avait toujours rêvé de pratiquer le Kyudo. Dans cette vidéo, elle s'initie auprès de Claude Luzet, Kyoshi 6e dan au Kyudojo National de Noisiel.
Le kyūdō est une des voies martiales japonaises, cherchant le développement de la discipline du corps et du groupe, par la maîtrise des gestes et le respect de l'étiquette. Le pratiquant recherche un mouvement parfait, pour pouvoir transcender à la fois l'esprit et le corps.
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弓道①(Kyudo - The Way of the Bow)

We present a special feature on Kyudo, or traditional Japanese archery. Unlike western archery, Kyudo is not simply about striking a target, it is about observing the proper etiquette, actions and state of mind. We look into the history of the art and introduce the customs that govern its every aspect, from the instant the archer enters the dojo until the moment they leave.

Kyūdō 3 : The Japanese martial art of archery.

Kyudo - the sound of an arrow being released from bow

The sound of an arrow being released from bow during a Kyudo (Japanese archery) demonstration. Nippon Sports Science University perform at Albert Park Sports Stadium, Melbourne on 13 February 2010.

Le Kyudo, c’est quoi ? La voie de l’arc

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L’histoire de l’arc est intimement liée à l’humanité. À son origine, l’arc est une arme de chasse ou de guerre dont la fonction est de tuer. Ainsi, dès que l’archer encoche sa flèche avec l’intention de tirer, il rejoue le drame permanent de la vie et de la mort, de sa vie et de sa mort. Un Maître de Kyudo a dit un jour : « Votre première flèche doit atteindre la cible comme pour tuer un ennemi car si vous le manquez, lui peut vous tuer » . Cette image rappelle à l’archer qu’il doit mettre toute son âme dans chaque flèche, comme si c’était sa dernière : « Une flèche, une vie » . Fortement pénétré de cette évidence, le tir à l’arc au Japon ne s’est pas limité à la fonction utilitaire de tuer mais a été investi d’une dimension symbolique et spirituelle. « L’arc est le réceptacle abritant les qualités du guerrier, les qualités propres de l’arc prenant une signification presque mystique »

Pour le pratiquant de Kyudo, l’arc et les flèches sont des objets de vénération (Tempyo), investis de spiritualité et utilisés avec respect.

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Intro to Kyudo: Japanese Archery Workshop at Castle Rock AIKIDO

In February 2014, Castle Rock AIKIDO hosted 30-year Kyudo practitioner, Alex Halpern from Zenko Kyudojo. The 3-hour workshop included Japanese archery demonstrations by Halpern Sempai and Sean Hannon, a lecture by Halpern on the history of kyudo and the lineage of his teacher Kanjuro Shibata Sensei XX. More than 20 people attended the event. Castle Rock AIKIDO will host another Kyudo workshop in 2015.
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Why Don't I Discuss Kyudo?

I often get questions about why I don't talk about kyudo or shoot a yumi. While technically it was the first Asiatic form of archery I experienced, there's very little I can talk about. I share my brief exposure with Japanese archery and explore why you can't learn it at any archery club.
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The Empty Mind - Kyudo or Japanese Archery

This is a clip from The Empty Mind Documentary. This is a rare opportunity to see the great archers of the Japan Kyudo Federation. This demonstration took place at the All Japan Kyudo Championships. The Location is the Meiji Shrine. The soundtrack is by Richard Brookens of Yellowbell. For more information go to

Kyudo〜弓道②〜

In Japanese kyudo, archers use traditional asymmetric bows over 2 meters long as they attempt to strike a target from a distance of either 28 or 60 meters. Self-mastery is key in this exacting martial art, where the target is said to reflect the heart, and correct attitude and technique are seen as intertwined. We use a high-speed camera to track the path of a skilled archer's arrows as they fly through the air, shining a light on the depth and subtleties of kyudo's hidden techniques.

Kyūdō 1 : The Japanese martial art of archery.

Koshiya Kumiyumi, Battlefield Archery Demonstration (薩摩日置流腰矢組弓 演武)

The Third World Kyudo Taikai (Tokyo) 2018 Demonstration
第3回世界弓道大会 演武

薩摩日置流腰矢指矢保存会

Koshiya Kumiyumi


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Kyudo Demonstration - World Champion Team - Kagamibiraki 2019

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Kyudo Demonstration during the 2019 Kagamibiraki & Budo Hajime, at the Nippon Budokan.

Demonstration by Morikawa Shigetaka, 5th Dan, Hashimoto Takashi, 5th Dan, and Tomoyasu Masato, Kyoshi 6th Dan.

Since ancient times, the Sharei, the ceremonial shooting, was presented during religious ceremonies and other formal occasions. Traditional clothing is worn, representing a specific era and its traditions, and the shooting is executed based on the principle of Kikyo Shintai.
It is said “shooting begins with etiquette and ends with etiquette” meaning that one should act according to time, place and ranking of the situation. It is the main focus of Kyudo to reunite the shooting and etiquette in harmony.
Since ancient times, one’s goodness is polished through the bow and it has become an important tool to establish the ethical and moral structure of society.
In that sense, emphasizing the spiritual aspects with honesty and courteousness, the shooting allows to express one’s heart, and embodies the beauty of harmony.

The Kagamibiraki is a traditional ceremony which translates to opening the mirror (symbolically).
Taking its roots in the Shogunate, it is strongly linked to Budo practice and it is natural that the Budo Hajime (first practice of the year) is celebrated at the same time.

At the Nippon Budokan, the ceremony is held at the beginning of January and consists in:
- The Kagamibiraki, with a historical reconstruction (in armor).
- Budo Demonstrations (by the 9 official Budo).
- Budo Hajime (first practice of the year, all practitioners present can practice).
- The Oshiruko kai. “Oshiruko” is a traditional and popular sweet azuki bean paste soup with mochi (which symbolize the sharing of the mochi that was broken before during the ceremony).

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弓道②(Kyudo - The Way of the Bow)

We present a special feature on Kyudo, or traditional Japanese archery. Unlike western archery, Kyudo is not simply about striking a target, it is about observing the proper etiquette, actions and state of mind. We look into the history of the art and introduce the customs that govern its every aspect, from the instant the archer enters the dojo until the moment they leave.

Kyudo: The Japanese martial art of archery explained

Kyudo originated in 12th century Japan out of samurai culture and beliefs. It is the martial art of archery, in which archers prioritise achieving the perfect mental state to execute the perfect shot.

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2018 All Japan Invitational College Championship 2018年 第30回全国大学弓道選抜大会 甲南大学 近畿大学 筑波大学(女子) 予選

第30回全国大学弓道選抜大会
2018年6月23日
会場:明治神宮弓道場
Qualifying round
1st group:Konan University
Second group:Kindai University
Third group:University of Tsukuba

First round
Konan University vs Sapporo Gakuin University


Second round
Konan University vs Seinan Gakuin University


Semifinals
Daito Bunka University vs Konan University


Final game
Ritsumeikan University vs Konan University


All Japan Invitational College Championship
One of the three Grand Slums, in which the participating students have to win a regional qualifier
Held at “Shiseikan Dojo”, which has been worshipped by Kyudo players
Winner is qualified as College Champion of the year.

Compétition nationale des universités sélectionnées de Kyudo
C’est une des trois grandes compétitions nationales pour les étudiants. Seules universités se qualifiant aux séries dans tout le pays peuvent y participer. La compétition a lieu chaque année à Shisei-kan Kyudo-jo (salle d’entraînement de Kyudo) qui se trouve dans le terrain de Meiji-Jingu (sanctuaire Meiji). Cette salle d’honneur est spécifiquement importante pour les pratiquants. L’équipe gagnante de cette compétition est le champion du Japon.

Todo el campeonato universitario de Japón
Uno de los tres Grand Slums, en el que los estudiantes participantes tienen que ganar un calificador regional
Celebrado en Shiseikan Dojo, que ha sido adorado por los jugadores de Kyudo
El ganador está calificado como el Campeón Universitario del año.

ऑल जापान इनविटेशनल कॉलेज चैम्पियनशिप
तीन ग्रैंड स्लम्स में से एक, जिसमें भाग लेने वाले छात्रों को एक क्षेत्रीय क्वालीफायर जीतना होगा
Shiseikan Dojo में आयोजित किया गया था, जिसे क्यूडो खिलाड़ियों द्वारा पूजा जाता है
विजेता कॉलेज चैंपियन ऑफ द ईयर के रूप में योग्य है।

بطولة كل اليابان للدعوة
أحد الأحياء الفقيرة الثلاثة الكبرى ، والتي يتعين على الطلاب المشاركين فيها الفوز بمباراة إقليمية
عقدت في Shiseikan Dojo ، الذي يعبده لاعبو كيودو
الفائز مؤهل لبطولة الكلية لهذا العام.

Campeonato do Japão de Invitational College
Um dos três Grand Slums, em que os estudantes participantes têm que ganhar um qualificador regional
Realizada no “Shiseikan Dojo”, que tem sido adorada por jogadores do Kyudo
O vencedor é qualificado como campeão da faculdade do ano.

Всеяпонский чемпионат пригласительных колледжей
Одна из трех больших трущоб, в которых участвующие студенты должны выиграть региональный отбор
Проводится в «Shiseikan Dojo», которому поклоняются игроки Кюдо
Победитель квалифицируется как Чемпион колледжа года.


সমস্ত জাপান ইনভেস্টিগেশন কলেজ চ্যাম্পিয়নশিপ
তিনটি গ্র্যান্ড স্ল্যামগুলির মধ্যে একটি, যেখানে অংশগ্রহণকারী শিক্ষার্থীদের একটি আঞ্চলিক যোগ্যতা জিতেছে
Shiseikan Dojo এ অনুষ্ঠিত, যা Kyudo খেলোয়াড়দের দ্বারা পূজা করা হয়েছে
বিজয়ী বছরের সেরা কলেজ চ্যাম্পিয়ন হিসাবে যোগ্য।

Alle Japan Invitational College Meisterschaft
Eines der drei Grand Slums, in denen die teilnehmenden Schüler eine regionale Qualifikation gewinnen müssen
Diese Veranstaltung findet im „Shiseikan Dojo“ statt, das von Kyudo-Spielern verehrt wurde
Der Gewinner ist der College-Champion des Jahres.

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Kyudo〜弓道①〜

In Japanese kyudo, archers use traditional asymmetric bows over 2 meters long as they attempt to strike a target from a distance of either 28 or 60 meters. Self-mastery is key in this exacting martial art, where the target is said to reflect the heart, and correct attitude and technique are seen as intertwined. We use a high-speed camera to track the path of a skilled archer's arrows as they fly through the air, shining a light on the depth and subtleties of kyudo's hidden techniques.

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