特 定 非 営 利 活 動 法 人  合 気 道 武 産 会



合気道創始者 植芝盛平翁
Founder of Aikido Morihei Ueshiba
  ■案内  会の歩み 主な活動

  ■合気の道  合気の道、その無限の展開
           合気の呼吸法 武産合気
  「続 古事記と植芝盛平」
  伊勢・出雲・大本  京の散歩道
  合氣柔術秘伝目録 平成29年11月1日更新

  ■Career ※English Only
  The background of Higuchi Takanari Sensei.

  ■Glossary ※English Only
  The explanation of terminology.

  ■道しるべ  合気道史跡行脚

 武産(たけむす)とは、植芝盛平翁が合気道の精神を「敵と闘い、敵を破る術ではなく、世界を和合させ、人類を一家たらしめる道であり、偉大なる愛である。そこから真の武を産み出すのが武産である」と説いています。 また、田中 万川師範は「合気道というものは武を産み出していくものである。だから技は何万もできる」と説明しています。つまり「武産」とは合気道の精神の正しさによる「真の武を産み出す」ものであり、技も何万も産み出されるという意味をもちます。京都の合気道武産会はこの開祖の合気道精神を名称としています。

We, Kyoto Aikido Takemusu-kai, practice traditional aikido based on the principles of a founder, Ueshiba Morihei's Aiki-Ken (sword), Aiki-Jo (stick) and Taijutsu (Body techniques).

Non-Profit Organization Aikido Takemusu-kai is a citizen’s group based in Kyoto and is not affiliated with any specific faction of Aikido. It was established by Higuchi Takanari, a leading disciple of Master Tanaka Bansen. Aikido Takemusu-kai was set up in Kyoto in 1973 and in 2000 became certified as the first incorporated NPO of Aikido in Japan.
Master Tanaka Bansen played the leading role of Aikido in the Kansai region, and contributed to building up the foundation of Aikido in Kyoto and spreading of Aikido where Taijutsu and the founder’s philosophy are integrated. AIKIDO TAKEMUSU-KAI studies the founder’s Aiki-Ken and Aiki-Jo, taught faithfully by Master Saito Morihiro In Iwama in line with Master Tanaka Bansen’s approach.
The founder, Ueshiba Morihei preaches about Aikido’s spirit, “Aiki is not a technique to fight with or defeat one’s enemy. It is the way to reconcile to the world and make human beings one family, and it is a great love. It is Takemusu that creates true bu from there.” Also, Master Tanaka Bansen said “Aikido is to create bu. Therefore, tens of thousands of techniques are generated.” In other words, Takemusu is to create true bu due to the correctness of spirit of Aikido, and so it means that it is possible to generate infinite techniques. The name of Kyoto Aikido Takemusu-Kai comes from the founder's Aikido spirit.
Aikido is changing nowadays. In these circumstances, as the name of our organization indicates, Master Higuchi Takanari, the doshu at Aikido Takemusu Dojo, consistently keeps the traditions alive of teaching not only Aikido Taijutsu, Aiki-Ken and Aiki-Jo, but also the Aikido spiritual and religious vision of our founder. The philosophy of Aikido Takemusu-kai is not limited to daily Aikido practice. We have also published a book " Hiden Aikido, meaning 'The Secret of Aikido')" to mark the 40th anniversary of the founding of our organization, containing our founder’s teachings. And we disclose the secrets of Budo which was entitled "Miyamoto Musashi and Ueshiba Morihei" on our website, while comparing “The Gorinsho” and the founder's doka (poetic Songs of the Way).

Aikido kyoto

The purpose of founding Aikido
 Completed through the life of Morihei Ueshiba, the founder, Aikido is a world of vital energy where one does not make enemies nor fight. Aikido is a way for humans to actually embody the truth of nature by being united with the universe, attaining its truth, moving according to it, and practicing this.

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