Nihon Bugei Shinkokan
Aikido and Daito Ryu Aikijujutsu Japanese Martial Arts Weapons and Karatedo.
Spenard Rec Center 2020 West 48th Anchorage Alaska.
Alaska Dojo founded by Delfin Labrador Sensei:
Black belts Karatedo Aikido Battodo Kobudo Jujutsu
Background in Yoshinkan Aikido Hakko Ryu Jujutsu.
Both are derivatives of Daito Ryu Aikijujutsu.
Martial Art Styles
The following Martial Arts Styles are offered at Nihon Bugei Shinkokan:
- Aiki Jitsu (Aikijutsu)
- Jiu-Jitsu (Jujutsu/Jujitsu)
- Children's Karatedo Aikido Kobudo
- Philosophy & Core Values:
Programs & Class Schedule
Delfin Labrador Founder
Nihon Bugei Shinkokan Dojo
Nihon Budo Kenkyu ( Martial Arts Research)
Alaska Yoshinkan Pioneer I started the martial arts in 1971. Judo was my first martial art, back then karate was thought too dangerous for children. I begun my karate training under Charles Scott (Fairbanks Alaska) and then Dr. David Brownridge.In 1984 I met Kiyoshi Yamazaki (Ryobukai North America Shibucho) and through him Sam Combs of the Kadokan dojo, a Yoshinkan Branch dojo in Cafliornina. It was the Ryobukai that opened the doors of traditonal Japanese martial arts. In 1992 I traveled to Canada to train with Fred Hayens and group. Since 1992 I have promoted aikido in Fairbanks and Anchorage with many peolple practicing Yoshinkan Aikido and now two dojos in Alaska. 1995 I had the chance to travel to the Yoshinkan headquarters in Tokyo Japan, and the first Yoshinkan instructor gasshuku (aikido daycamp). When I became a member of International Yoshinkai, there was a kobudo section in place. Soke Gozo Shioda had some experience in kobudo, but it was though the Seidokan and the Chudokan that pointed me in the right direction . Since then I have met some of the top ranked instuctors in Japan and USA
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