Why Kamido Aikido?

In order to fully understand the essence of Kamido Aikido, it is necessary to have a basic knowledge of the principles of which Aikido, Karate, Judo and Jujitsu are comprised.

In Aikido, primary emphasis is placed on linear and circular movement combined with gracefulness and fluidity to develop subtle but decisive power. In Karate, prominence is given to stances that provide stability without sacrificing mobility, blocks that either stop or divert attacks and punches and kicks that stun or annihilate. Generally, little consideration is given, in Karate, to throwing techniques and grappling techniques which are the chief areas of concern in Judo. In Jujitsu, primary concern is devoted to joint twisting techniques and the application of pressure to sensitive nerve centers.

In Kamido Aikido, the elements, of which the other Japanese fighting arts are comprised, are blended together in a highly systematic and scientific manner. The unique bonding agent which unites these elements is a strict and devout adherence to the laws of physics. It would be accurate to state:


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