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Video Clips - Recent

Below are more recent videos.

Shodan Test, October 2018, Randori - Maya Jacob
On October 20, 2018, Maya Jacob took her 1st degree black belt test (shodan) at our federation headquarters in Portland, Oregon. The final portion of the test was randori with 5 attackers. This is a video of that randori.
Shodan Test, October 2018, Randori - Gecole Harley
On October 20, 2018, Gecole Harely took her 1st degree black belt test (shodan) at our federation headquarters in Portland, Oregon. The final portion of the test was randori with 5 attackers. This is a video of that randori.
Shodan Test, April 2017, Randori - Wilson Jacob
On April 21, 2017, Wilson Jacob took his 1st degree black belt test (shodan) at our federation headquarters in Portland, Oregon. The final portion of the test was randori with 5 attackers. This is a video of that randori.
Shodan Test, April 2017, Randori - Colin Joyo
On April 21, 2017, Colin Joyo took his 1st degree black belt test (shodan) at our federation headquarters in Portland, Oregon. The final portion of the test was randori with 5 attackers. This is a video of that randori.
Roll-a-thon - May 2013
This video gives you a sense of what a fund raising "roll-a-thon" is like. Students gather pledges per roll and do as many rolls as they can in 3 minutes. All donations went into a scholarship fund for travel to the annual children's Aikido summer camp in Portland, Oregon.
Nidan Test, November 2012, Randori - Michael Tucker
On the evening of Thursday, 11/08/2012, Michael Tucker took his 2nd degree black belt test (nidan) at our federation headquarters in Portland, Oregon. The final portion of the test was randori with 6 attackers. This is a video of that randori.
A Tour of Ki Society Headquarters
The Ki Society Headquarters campus is located in Tochigi Prefecture, about a 2 hour train ride north of Tokyo. The campus is called Ki no Sato, which literally means "Ki Country". Built on the land first held by Tohei Sensei's samurai ancestors, the grounds create a park-like setting for the many training facilities and dojos. Ki no Sato was officially opened in 1990.
Student Film Project, "Kaiten"
This 4 minute student film entitled "Kaiten" blends a classical string quartet, a gyroscope and Aikido. The film stars Koichi Kashiwaya Sensei and his students and was filmed in Seattle in 1978 by Douglas Fraser.