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神人武館アウグスブルク道場、ドイツ − 2012年6月22日

Shinjinbukan Augsburg Dōjō, Germany — June 22, 2012

Written by Jimmy Mora

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After our Gasshuku in Okinawa from May 14 to June 9, 2012, we started to prepare for Onaga Kaichō's 2012 European tour, which included Latvia and Germany. During June 2013, we continued our activities at the Shinjinbukan Augsburg Dōjō in Germany:

Visitors from Spain

Sho Dan promotion

  

Visitors from Spain

On June 22, 2012, we welcomed two visitors from Spain: Sensei Antonio Baeza De La Torre (Toni) and his deshi Ivan Torre Martín. During their visit we worked on Tenshin, Sagi Machiwara, Machiwara and more. Toni has visited Okinawa three times and was eventually invited to train at the Shinjinbukan Honbu Dōjō with Onaga Kaichō and Arakaki Sensei. During one of these visits he also met Melanie Petrak.

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Sho Dan promotion

During the same weekend with our visitors from Spain, Melanie Petrak Sensei presented Christian Streicher with his Sho Dan (1st degree Black Belt). Mr. Streicher is the first black belt student from the Shinjinbukan Augsburg Dōjō. The Sho Dan certificate was signed and sealed by Onaga Yoshimitsu Kaichō and issued at the Shinjinbukan Honbu Dōjō in Okinawa.

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