President of Russia VLADIMIR PUTIN visited in Moscow, the sports arena “Luzhniki”. There were demonstrations Japanese martial arts home “Nippon Budokan.” The event was held in the framework of the Year of the Russian-Japanese exchanges in the field of martial arts. PUTIN came to the martial arts festival, together with the Prime Minister of Japan SINZO-ABE. Who arrived in Moscow with the Japanese delegation on martial arts. The public and officials greeted with applause and loud applause from the participants. The event was attended by the famous wrestler Fedor Emelyanenko and the judo wrestler Alexander Mikhaylin. 9 types of modern martial arts were presented and Three kinds of ancient martial arts.  The Japanese delegation included high-class masters, as well as mentors. Kyudo (jap. ??) is the Japanese art of archery. Is part of budo (jap. ??) Kyudo is a meditative practice that teaches focus, it is a system of spiritual self-improvement, where the goal is self-knowledge, achieved by the sequence of actions  which is called the “shot from the bow” Daito-ryu Aiki-ju-jutsu (Jap. ???????) This is an applied, tough form of martial arts Japanese samurai. Which came to the modern world since the Middle Ages. Having accumulated all the best in oneself what Japanese masters of various styles possessed for several centuries.    For a long time, Daito-ryu Aiki Jujutsu was closed to “mere mortals.” The secrets of the technology of this school were transmitted only in a straight line – from teacher to student. Jyukando (Jap. ???), “the art of bayonet fighting.” The need for effective use of the bayonet on the battlefield led to the development of a standard bayonet method, who was trained in Toyama Gakko, a special military school in Tokyo. Dzuken-do has tasks different from the development of combat skills. Strict discipline in the classroom serves to educate a courteous, modest personality.  SUMO is a type of Japanese national struggle,  rooted in antiquity. in which two wrestlers reveal the strongest in a round area … Among Japanese myths and legends there are many legends related to sumo. Kendo (Jap. ??), “PATH OF A SWORD” Modern art of fencing, descended from traditional samurai sword wielding techniques, kenjutsu. Kendo sets a goal: the formation of a full-fledged personality, hard character, tempering the will and body of the swordsman. The name Kendo appeared in 1895. This name comes from the ancient “Ken-jutsu”. In this word “ken” means “sword”, “jutsu” – “art”. Thus, a special education system was created.  for the revival of the traditions of the samurai and strengthen the national spirit among Japanese youth.   Aikido (jap. ??? aikido), “the path to the harmonization of the spirit.” Aikido – a martial art, which is a synthesis of the ancient techniques of self-defense  and struggle in combination with the philosophy of harmony of spirit. Aikido techniques are based on merging with the attack of the enemy and  redirect the energy of the attacker and end with a painful hold or throw.  Kenjutsu (Jap. ? ?), “ART OF A SWORD” Japanese art of owning a sword. It originated about 1,200 years ago with the advent of the warrior class. Kenjutsu is a unique phenomenon   The art of the possession of the Japanese sword, which has come down to us from time immemorial. The emphasis is precisely on mastery of the weapon,  while character education is important,  but nevertheless concomitant discipline. Karate (Jap. ??), “EMPTY HAND”  Japanese martial art, which is a system of defense and attack. The term “karate” was put into circulation in the XVIII century. At the initial stage, karate was a hand-to-hand combat system, intended only for self-defense. Today karate has gained great fame thanks to demonstration performances demonstrating tameshiwari. Since 2020 – Olympic sport!  Judo (Jap. ??), “SOFT PATH” Created at the end of the XIX century on the basis of jujutsu Japanese master of martial arts Jigoro Kano (Jap. ?? ? ??) 1860 – 1938. Date of birth is judo   the first school of judo Kodokan. (Jap. ?? ?) “Institute for the Study of the Way”) in 1882.   Shorinji Kempo (yap. ??? ??) “Shaolin Cinch Fight”  The system of self-defense, spiritual development and physical education,  which was created in 1947 by master Nakano Mitiomi (1911-1980),   better known by the pseudonym So Dosin. The goals of the founder are: perfection of every person  transformation of people for the better and creating a peaceful prosperous society through training martial arts techniques. The practice of Shorinji Campo has the following objectives:  learn how to protect yourself, cultivate the spirit, gain health. The most important thing in the practice of Shorinji Kempo it is everyday to apply those knowledge and experiences  which were obtained in training, and rely on them in your daily life. The total number of people practicing Shorinji Kempo is now over 2 million people which includes 37 countries, including Australia, Germany, Indonesia, Spain, Italy, Canada, Singapore, USA, France, Ukraine, Chile, Russia and other countries. WE ALL LOVE BUDO !!!

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