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翁長良光会長の国際ツアー、リマ、ペルー − 2010年11月24日〜28日

Onaga Yoshimitsu Kaichō's International Tour, Lima, Peru — November 24 to 28, 2010

Written by Melanie S. Petrak

On November 24, 2015, Onaga Yoshimitsu Kaichō arrived to the Gasshuku hosted in Lima, Peru by Richard Valdivieso (senior deshi of Shinzato Yoshihiko Sensei).

Centro Cultural Peruano Japonés

Gasshuku_Training

Dōjō_Portraits

Tour of Lima

   

Centro Cultural Peruano Japonés

The training took place at the Centro Cultural Peruano Japonés (Japanese Peruvian Cultural Center) located in Lima, Peru.  The Shinjinbukan branch in Peru was founded more than 25 years ago by Shinzato Yoshihiko Sensei, one of the senior deshi of Onaga Kaichō.  Currently, Shinzato Yoshihiko Sensei lives and teaches in Florida, USA.  As a consequence, the Shinjinbukan Peru branch is under the direction of Richard Valdivieso.

Dōjō at the Centro Cultural Peruano Japonés (Japanese Peruvian Cultural Center)
Below from left to right:
José Nieto, Sandro Nakayama, Carlos Arce, Jorge Caballero, Rafael Valenzuela,
Kiei Gibo, Onaga Yoshimitsu Kaichō, Leonardo Rodríguez, Richard Valdivieso and José Marchena. 

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Dōjō at the Universidad Agraria del Perú (Agrarian University of Peru)
Below from left to right:
Gustavo Huaro, Richard Valdivieso, Gabriel Maca, Dante Garro, Hans Quezada,
Onaga Yoshimitsu Kaichō, Andres Cervantes, Ismael Hermosa, Cesar Portocarrero, Cristian La Torre and José Marchena. 

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Gasshuku Training

During the Gasshuku Onaga Kaichō taught students of all ages.  The pictures below are at the Dōjō at the Centro Cultural Peruano Japonés. 

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The translations from Japanese to Spanish were made by Mr. Kiei Gibo.

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Dōjō Portraits

Afterwards, everyone posed for photos with Onaga Kaichō.  The pictures below are at the Dōjō at the Dōjō at the Centro Cultural Peruano Japonés (Japanese Peruvian Cultural Center). 

Back row, from left to right: Rafael Valenzuela, José Marchena, Leoncio Sánchez, José Vizcarra, Jarumy Chinchay,
Jorge Caballero, David Roldan, Nilo Sánchez, Diego Roldan, Leonardo Rodríguez and Sebastián de los Santos,

Front row, from left to right: Richard Valdivieso, Solange Velásquez, Onaga Yoshimitsu Kaichō and Sebastián Patiño. 

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Below from left to right: Richard Valdivieso Sensei and Onaga Yoshimitsu Kaichō

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Below from left to right: Jorge Caballero, Onaga Yoshimitsu Kaichō, Roman García and Nilo Sánchez. 

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Below from left to right: Rafael Valenzuela, Onaga Yoshimitsu Kaichō, Sebastián Patiño. 

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Dōjō at the Municipalidad de La Molina (La Molina City Office)
Below from left to right:
Gustavo Huaro, Richard Valdivieso, Ricardo Castro (Mayor of the district of San Luis),
Onaga Yoshimitsu Kaichō, Luis Dibos (Mayor of the district of La Molina) and José Marchena. 

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Tour of Lima

In the pictures below, Sensei José Marchena takes Onaga Kaichō thorugh a tour of downtown Lima.  Below, we can see photos of the Historic Centre of Lima: Plaza de Armas de Lima, Palacio de Gobierno and the Cathedral of Lima

The next stop of Onaga Kaichō's international tour was in Chivilcoy, Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina.  This Gasshuku was hosted by Sensei Walter Palomeque. 

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