Aikido is an original and unique martial discipline established
in Japan in 1938 by O-Sensei Minoru Hirai(1903-1998). This traditional
system was influenced by classical Japanese martial arts such as
Togun-Ryu, Takaneuchi-Ryu, Nito-Ryu, Suburi-Ryu and Kito-Ryu.
This unique system is characterized by soft movement workouts; complex
hip movement and special Tai-Sabaki sophisticated techniques.
As a way of learning, Korindo Aikido combines universal principles
and values together with the practical scientific and technical
principles of fighting and the superior strategies of war while
preserving the culture and the long-standing traditions of classical
martial arts in Japan.
As a traditional martial art, Korindo Aikido engages the following
stick fighting art
staff fighting art
short staff fighting art
Jutsu: sword fighting art
Jutsu: short sword fighting art
Two swords fighting art
Fast drawing and cutting art
knife fighting art
halberd fighting art
chain and sickle fighting art
uniqueness lies in the successful joining of superior technical
forms and the spiritual and philosophical aspects of being and their
adaptation to personal and social needs in modern times.
Representative of Korindo Aikido in Israel: Shihan
Shlomo David 7th Dan Certified by Dai Nippon Butokukai,
7th Dan Certified by Dai Nippon Korinkai.