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         Kyudo:     more books (30)
  1. Kyudo: The Essence and Practice of Japanese Archery (Bushido--The Way of the Warrior) by Hideharu H. Onuma, Dan De Prospero, et all 1993-07-15
  2. Kyudo: The Way of the Bow by Feliks F. Hoff, 2002-05-14
  3. Illuminated Spirit: Conversations With a Kyudo Master by Dan Deprospero, Jackie Deprospero, et all 1997-02
  4. Illluminated Spirit: Conversations With a Kyudo Master by Dan Deprospero, Jackie Deprospero, 2007-12
  5. Kyudo by Juliana Galende, 2008
  6. Kyudo the Japanese Art of Archery by William R.B. Acker, 1998-02-15
  7. Kyudo by Frederic P. Miller, Agnes F. Vandome, et all 2009-12-24
  8. Kyudo: The Art of Zen Archery by Hans J. Stein, 1988-09
  9. Do: Aikido, Karate, Kendo, Iaido, Bushido, Japanese Tea Ceremony, Kyudo, Nanbudo, Japanese Calligraphy, Yoseikan Budo, Koryu Uchinadi, Jodo
  10. Archery: Quiver, Arrow, Quarrel, Kyudo, History of Archery, Mounted Archery, Target Archery, Archery Games, Turkish Archery, Deer Hunting
  11. Tir à L'arc: Kyudo, Arc, Arc Long Anglais, Histoire Du Tir à L'arc, Yabusame, Arc à Poulies, Flèche, Tir à L'arc Aux Jeux Asiatiques de 2006 (French Edition)
  12. Kyudo Manual Volume 1 Principles of Shooting (Shaho) Revised Edition by Sakae Urakami, Yozaburo Uno, et all 1994
  13. Kyudo: The Way of the Bow by Feliks F. Hoff, 2002
  14. Bogenschießen: Bogen, Liste Der Olympiasieger Im Bogenschießen, Berittenes Bogenschießen, Kyudo, Compoundbogen, Traditionelles Bogenschießen (German Edition)

1. Home Page
LONDON kyudo SOCIETY The London kyudo Society is a private voluntary body established to promote the practice of kyudo the traditional art of the Japanese bow.
The London Kyudo Society is a private voluntary body established to promote the practice of Kyudo - the traditional art of the Japanese bow. It is open to all who have an interest in Japanese traditional culture and in a practical way wish to take on the challenge and demands that Kyudo has to offer.
  • Introduction to Kyudo Kyudo at Oxford Brookes University Calendar of Events 2001 Public Demonstrations ...

    Tel: 020-8998-9438
    Membership to the United Kingdom Kyudo Association
    Recognised by the All Japan Kyudo Federation
    As the Governing Body for ANKF Kyudo in the United Kingdom
  • 2. Kyudo In Bavaria/Germany
    Deutscher kyudo Bund, japanisches Bogenschießen in Deutschland, Adressen, Termine, Trainingsmöglichkeiten
    Willkommen Bienvenue Welcome contents - ... contact Welcome to our Bavarian Kyudo homepage.
    We practise Kyudo, the traditional way of Japanese archery.
    The following websites give you some information on Kyudo and the Bavarian Kyudo clubs.
    There are also several links to other Kyudo related websites. Please notice that we cannot check or control all of them.
    Please contact us if you like to know more about Kyudo or if you have any suggestions to improve our homepage.
    Thank you very much.
    See our e-mail and postal address at the bottom of this page. Table of Contents (click to take your choice please) some additonal Kyudo Links E-Mail Contacts to the Authors of this Homepage (click to contact please)

    3. Kyudo.Com - The Kyudo Host Site
    Welcome to. The kyudo.Com Host Site. kyudo.Com is dedicated to theadvancement of kyudo, the traditional art of Japanese archery.
    Click on these icons to go to their respective homepages Welcome to The Kyudo.Com Host Site Kyudo.Com is dedicated to the advancement of kyudo, the traditional art of Japanese archery. The site is maintained by Dan and Jackie DeProspero , co-authors of the books Kyudo: The Essence and Practice of Japanese Archery and Illuminated Spirit: Conversations with a Kyudo Master . See below for a list of selected kyudo-related websites hosted by Kyudo.Com Special Notice!
    We are pleased to announce the construction of the new Meishin Kyudojo near Raleigh, North Carolina.
    Opening ceremonies were held on September 1st and 2nd, 2001. Click here for photos and more information on classes
    The Meishin Kyudojo Homepage is dedicated to the instruction and advancement of kyudo. It includes sections on history, philosophy, technique, equipment and resources, each supported by diagrams and illustrations. The Asahi America Homepage is an online catalog of quality kyudo equipment and accessories imported from Japan. The American Kyudo Renmei Homepage provides a resource for organizations, instructors, and events operating under the auspices of the Zen Nihon Kyudo Renmei (All Nippon Kyudo Federation). Click on these icons to go to their respective homepages Revised November 22, 2002

    4. Kyudo - Japanese Archery
    Learn about this ancient, traditional, Japanese sport, find a list of related upcoming events and follow related links. Looking for the oldest and most outdated kyudo page on the Web?
    Myriad Stuff I have been a part of....
    • Looking for the oldest and most outdated Kyudo page on the Web? Here it is.

    5. Kyudo: Japanese Archery
    kyudo FAQs with contributions from several authors.Category Sports Martial Arts kyudo...... Number of Accesses since Dec 18, 1995. Number of Accesses Today. The FAQs. Whatis kyudo? (psd) Back. kyudo and related subjects On the Internet. Email Contacts
    The Art of Japanese Archery
    This page last altered Saturday, 22-Jan-2000 16:56:13 EST
    Table of Contents
  • What is Kyudo?
  • What is a Makiwara?
  • What are the different Schools of Kyudo?
  • How can I check out Kyudo? Current Events and News
  • Kyudo USA '96National Kyudo Seminar, SOON!
  • Beautiful new Dojo in Utah!
  • Seminar in San Francisco, June 21-23 (hurry!!) ...
  • Miscellaneous A Pictorial View
  • YumiThe Bows
  • Kyudo-kaThe Archers
  • Dojoplaces of study
  • Interesting Odds and Ends ...
  • Pictures Of Me (it's my home-page after all) More Information
  • A Fine Essay By Earl Hartman
  • Major Traditions' Contacts
  • Organizations, Dojos (schools), and Contacts
  • Annotated Bibliography of Books and Periodicals ...
  • Your comments are welcome Number of Accesses since Dec 18, 1995 Number of Accesses Today
    The FAQs
    What is Kyudo?
    Viewpoints of an Art will give you a better picture but, quite simply, Kyudo is a form of Japanese archery that is heavily influenced by zen.
    What is a Makiwara?
    A makiwara is a practice target, usually made of straw bound in a kind of tube, that is used by beginners and masters alike to perfect the most basic to the most advanced forms.
    What are the different Traditions of Kyudo?
  • 6. Deutscher Kyudo Bund
    Der nationale deutsche Fachverband (der EKF und ANKF angeschlossen). Die strukturierte Website bietet eine Einf¼hrung in kyudo und die Stilrichtungen (HekiRyu und Shomen-Stil), bundesweite Kontaktadressen und Veranstaltungen, B¼cher, Links und Neuigkeiten.
    Deutscher Kyudo Bund e.V.
    Kyudo: Was ist das? Aktuelle Informationen Adressen EKF-Seminare 2003 ... Antworten
    gestellte Fragen Literatur Links Infos und Formulare im PDF-Format
    (DKyuB Statutes - English version)

    7. Omuta Kyudo Renmei
    Views of a dojo in Omuta in the Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan. Includes links. English/Japanese

    8. Listing Of Directory: /kyudo Luberon/
    Association, proposant la pratique de cet art martial dans la r©gion du Luberon et des Alpilles. Cucuron, Vaucluse (84), Eygui¨res, Bouchesdu-Rh´ne (13). luberon/
    Listing of directory: /kyudo luberon/ FileName Last Modified Size Parent Directory

    9. Suomen Kyudoliitto Ry - Finnish Kyudo Federation
    Home page of Finnish kyudo Federation
    Suomen Kyudoliitto ry - Finnish Kyudo Federation
    e-mail :

    Kyudo-Jousen Tie
    artikkeli ASE lehdessä 1/89
    About Kyudo in English

    The history of
    Heki Ryu Insai Ha
    The ... y of Kyudo in Finland
    • Japanilainen jousiammunta , perinteinen budolaji
    • Suomessa harrastettu tyylisuunta on Heki Ryu Insai Ha
    • Suomen Kyudoliitto ry
      • leiri- ja koulutustoiminnan koordinointi
      Euroopan Kyudoliittoon - European Kyudo Federation ( EKF ) Japanin Kyudoliiton - All Nippon Kyudo Federation ( ANKF ) kanssa.
    • Hikari ry , Helsinki
      Puheenjohtaja Virva Ohtonen
    • Yosaiki ry , Porvoo
      Puheenjohtaja Susanna Bagge
      Tarashi ry , Turku
    • Haya ry, Tampere
    • Zanshin ry, Oulu
    Sipoon Kyudo ry:n toiminta on lopetettu. Jäsenet harjoittelevat Porvoossa.
    Hallitus 2003
    Puheenjohtaja Veikko Karppinen (Hikari ry ) Leif Bagge ( Yosaiki ry ) Jarkko Helenius ( Yosaiki ry ) Mikko Kaunisto (Haya ry) Tapani Lehto ( Tarashi ry ) Gustaf Rönnholm ( Yosaiki ry ) Suomen Kyudoliitto ry:

    10. The Kyudo Project Incorporated, Japanese Archery
    Featuring active kyudoka outside Japan, dedicated to timely and accurate information . Worldwide contact addresses and links, lots of competent background information, articles, and translations of Japanese texts.
    The Kyudo Project Incorporated
    A California 501.3 (c) non-profit corporation dedicated to spreading timely and accurate information about Kyudo (Japanese Archery)
    Current events!
  • Mr. Adrian Hall of the UK has just informed me about a new kyudo web page for his dojo. The web page is at . If you are going to Miyakonojo introduce yourself and say you heard about his web page!
  • The pictures from the NCKF 2003 New Year's Tournament are in! The last set of pictures of a single target need a bit of explaining. There are four holes in this target (the 4th is hard to see because it is in the bottom of the middle thin black target band). Those four holes are impressive. Performing well in a tournament is always hard but performing well in a shootoff is especially difficult. There were two ties in the final standing: 3rd place in overall hits between Kevin Lo and Jon McAllister and 3rd place in the "B" group between Ted Triant and Alex Connell. In both shootoffs both contestents hit the target which was a closest to the center competition. In both shootoffs the second shooter was closer to the center than the first which made for the most exciting shootoff we've ever had at an NCKF event. Congratulations to the winners and especially the shootoff contestents for remaining cool under the pressure of competition!
    You can see the pictures by clicking here

  • The pictures from the Shiseikan 2002 Shukushakai are in! Since only Belinda passed a promotion test during the year all the dojo members performed a celebration shooting, shukusha, for her and then, Belinda performed a toreisha (return thank you shooting) which also served as a nosha, closing ceremonial shooting, for the session and the year. A bonnenkai was then held at a local Japanese resturant.
  • 11. Barberaz
    Pr©sentation de ce club et ses activit©s. Barberaz, Savoie (73).
    22, rue des Jardins
    69100 Villeurbanne
    Fax : 04 78 80 38 17

    12. Kyudo Japanese Archery
    Contact addresses, links, dojos and pictures.Category Sports Martial Arts kyudo......kyudo Renmei Nederland. The Nederlandse kyudo Renmei (Dutch kyudo Renmei) is the kyudo association of the Netherlands. Books on kyudo (English).
    Kyudo Renmei Nederland
    The "Nederlandse Kyudo Renmei (Dutch Kyudo Renmei)" is the kyudo association of the Netherlands.
    Chairman is Hans de Wekker, renshi godan, E-mail: hansde wekker@ hcc .net
    In the Netherlands about 50 people practice kyudo. Postal Address:
    Kyudo Renmei Nederland
    p/a Burum 7
    9963 PL Warfhuizen
    Dojo can be found in the following cities: Den Haag, Shojin Dojo:
    Ton van Gaalen: (31)070.3874889
    Kees van Hemert

    Leiden, Mushin Dojo :
    Jimmy Fredriksz
    Schingen, Friesland,Shudokan Dojo: Rina Zwart Groningen, Hunze Dojo: Jaap Buitink: Laren, Gelderland, Shimu Dojo: Harald Moricke Mill, Brabant: Erik van Zanten Utrecht, Enshin dojo: Coen Hekman Amstelveen, Michi no Kai dojo: Linda van der Kamp: (31)023.5475333 The Shimu Dojo
    The London Kyudo Society The Kyudo Project Meishin Kyudojo ATARN , Asian Traditional Archery
    Books on Kyudo (English)
    Please mail me if you have additional info on books, or know about any other books Kyudo Manual Vol. 1 Translated by L. O'Brien sensei

    13. United Kingdom Kyudo Association
    The kyudo association of Great Britain (EKFaffiliated), very short information and an email addressCategory Sports Martial Arts kyudo......UNITED KINGDOM kyudo ASSOCIATION (UKKA). The United Kingdom kyudo Associationis recognised by the All Nippon kyudo Federation (ANKF
    The United Kingdom Kyudo Association is recognised by the All Nippon Kyudo Federation (ANKF) in Japan, as the governing body for ANKF kyudo in Great Britain. The United Kingdom Kyudo Association is also a founder member of the European Kyudo Federation (EKF), the co-ordinating body for kyudo in Europe. All members of the London Kyudo Society are required to take membership of the national association. This gives insurance cover and access to the annual European kyudo seminars and examinations. National seminars are held three times a year, under the supervision of Liam O'Brien, kyoshi 7th Dan, resident teacher to the society and senior association grade. E-Mail:

    14. Kyudo Kyokai Oslo
    Studiegruppe for tradisjonell japansk bueskyting, kontaktadresser, bakgrunnsinformasjon om historie og trening, litteraturliste og lenker.
    Studiegruppe for tradisjonell japansk bueskyting
    Om oss
    , (tidligere Kristiania Kenjutsuklubb), og dermed tilknyttet Norges Kampsportsforbund og Norges Idrettsforbund . Vi studerer og trener (tradisjonell bueskyting med den asymmetriske japanske langbuen), en stridskunst hvis studium forener mangfoldige aspekter:
    • idrett: kunst / performing art resp. var og er en sentral del av eller
    Vi praktiserer en spesifikk klassisk "skole", alias
    • Her gir vi et kort svar,
    • og her er utdypende informasjon om
    Treningsadresse og tider

    15. Kyudo - Japanisches Bogenschießen - In Bayern
    Mitglied im Deutschen Kyudo-Bund und im Bayerischen Judoverband Willkommen Bienvenue Welcome Inhalt - ... Kontakt Herzlich willkommen auf unserer bayerischen Kyudo Homepage.
    e-mail, Post, Fax, Telefon siehe unten! Kyudovereine in Bayern Veranstaltungshinweise (Kyudo-Kalender) Kyudo Arbeitskreis "Shomen" im DKyuB Hassetsu animation (0.4 MB!) - ... Hassetsu photos (0.4 MB!) weitere Kyudo homepage
    Dr. Johannes Haubner, D-86633 Neuburg/ Donau
    fax: (+49) 8431 45745 Tel.: (+49) 8431 3707
    e-mail: top
    update 20-08-2002 J. Haubner

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    17. Nanka Kyudo Kai
    Federation of Southern California, AKRaffiliated. Practice times and email contact.Category Sports Martial Arts kyudo......Nanka kyudo Kai. Click here for current class scheduleand special events. Contact Rick Beal
    Nanka Kyudo Kai
    Click here for current class schedule and special events Contact Rick Beal

    18. My Experience Of Kyudo In Japan
    Bob Ridge's quite personal account of his training.Category Sports Martial Arts kyudo......My experience of kyudo in Japan. Part one what got me going. Parttwo - practicing kyudo. Part Part two - practicing kyudo. Actually
    My experience of Kyudo in Japan
    Part one - what got me going
    Part two - practicing kyudo.
    Part three - some problems I have had (still have!)
    Part four - rules we have in the dojo, and things we do
    Part five - equipment
    Books I recommend
    These book help, but nothing replaces a good teacher Morisawa, J. S. 1984. The Secret of the Target. Routledge, New York and London.
    This is the better book because it explains things in great detail. I like this book very much. Kyudo Manual. (1992?) Volume 1. Principles of Shooting (revised edition). All Nippon Kyudo Federation.
    This book explains much more about etiquette and less about actually shooting the arrow, despite its title. It is available directly from ANKF for 3,000 yen. You can write or fax and they will send the book and an invoice. Volumes 2 and 3 are not translated.
    All Nippon Kyudo Federation
    1-1-1 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan
    Tel: +81-3-3481-2387
    Fax: +81-3-3481-2398
    Part one - what got me going
    I first started to learn kyudo in 1988 when friends at work (University of Tsukuba) invited me to join their club. The club - called the Sakura Kyudo Kai - was held at the university kyudo dojo, quite close to my department. The members consisted of all kinds of people, not necessarily connected to the university. Any new member was welcome. I was lucky that the university had a rather salubrious 12 target dojo, with a small three target dojo at the side for special purposes, including the Sakura club. I became good friends with the professor of kyudo, Mori-sensei, and he allowed me to come and practice any time, so I often came lunchtimes.

    19. Welcome At The KYUDO -homepage
    Presentation of the book kyudo Shooting the Japanese Bow - Japanese and English technical terms by Prof. Inagaki Genshiro Yoshimichi and Prof. Mori Toshio, translated by Hans Gundermann. Sample pages (some still missing)
    Welcome at the KYUDO - homepage
    from Hans Gundermann After several years of daily practice and participating in various courses, competitions and examinations here in Japan, I have come to notice how difficult it is to understand even simple corrections and to turn theoretical understanding into proper action.
    For this reason, I hope this collection of technical terms will offer some help when the reader tries to understand advice given by the Japanese K Y U D O - teachers. Please look at the following pages: " K Y U D O SHOOTING THE JAPANESE BOW TECHNICAL TERMS
    This is also available in a German version.
    Die aufgezeichneten Erfahrungen in der japanischen Kampfkunst des Bogenschiessens.
    This is only available in the German version.
    More information about Kyudo in Germany Tsukuba university dojo
    Purchase Service
    We will obtain Kyudo equipment for you. Please send us your requests. The fee is 5 % of the base price, with a minimum of 5000 Yen plus the shipping charges.
    Translation Service
    We welcome your request for translations from German to Japanese and Japanese to German.

    20. The Meishin Kyudojo Homepage - What Is Kyudo?
    What Is kyudo? kyudo, which literally means The Way of the Bow, isconsidered by many to be the purest of all the martial ways.
    Click on these icons to go to their respective homepages Home Who We Are Kyudo History ... Resources What Is Kyudo? Kyudo, which literally means The Way of the Bow, is considered by many to be the purest of all the martial ways. In the past the Japanese bow was used for hunting, war, court ceremonies, games, and contests of skill. The old word for Japanese archery was kyujutsu (bow technique) which encompassed the skills and techniques of the warrior archer. Some of the ancient schools, known as ryu , survive today, along with the ancient ceremonies and games, but the days where the Japanese bow was used as a weapon are long past. Modern kyudo is practiced primarily as a method of physical, moral, and spiritual development. No one knows exactly when the term kyudo came into being but it was not until the late nineteeth century when practice centered almost exclusively around individual practice that the term gained general acceptance. The essence of modern kyudo is said to be synonymous with the pursuit of truth, goodness, and beauty. Truth in kyudo is manifested in shooting that is pure and right-minded, where the three elements of attitude, movement, and technique unite in a state of perfect harmony. A true shot in kyudo is not just one that hits the center of the target, but one where the arrow can be said to exist in the target before its release.

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