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Current members – Regular training. 2018 beginners – Registrations are now CLOSED. Our next intake will be in early 2019. MUKC Upcoming Trainings Sat 22/9 – Uni Games competition Sun 23/9 – Uni Games competition; Vic Squad training (1-4pm at Kenshikan) Mon 24/9 – ** Shiai practise ** Wed 26/9 – Normal training Sun 30/9 – 2K-4D grading (1pm at Kenshikan) Mon 1/10 – Normal training Wed 3/10 – ** Kata training ** Fri 5/10 – VKR Keiko (7:30pm … Continue reading
Saturday 22 – Sunday 23 September, 2018 2018 UniSport Nationals Div1 Kendo Competition (more) Sunday 30 September, 2018 2K-4D Grading (more) Saturday 10 November, 2018 Ballarat Kendo Taikai (more)
permalink – https://wp.me/p6R6sO-3Yw Hey guys, Here is the latest MUKC and VKR news – MUKC Upcoming Trainings (By Emily, from Facebook 09-09-2018) Sun 9/9 – Uni Games training (5:30-7pm at Monash in the Games Hall) Mon 10/9 – Normal training Wed 12/9 – Normal training Fri 14/9 – Sun 16/9: WKCs (faito Trent!) Sat 15/9 – Uni Games training (3-4:30pm at Kenshikan) Sun 16/9 – Uni Games training (6-7:30pm at Monash in the stadium) Mon 17/9 – Normal training … Continue reading
permalink – https://wp.me/p6R6sO-3Xq Hey guys, Here is the latest MUKC and VKR/AKR news – New MUKC photo galleries! Victorian Kendo Championships Beginners Passed Otsuka Taikai Muken Taikai Australian Kendo Championships Random photos Fwd: 17 WKC Australian Team Brochure Dear AKR members, The Australian Kendo Team has put together a WKC brochure to showcase the history of Australian involvement in the World Kendo Championships from the 1st WKC in 1970 to now. This brochure also introduces the coaches, managers … Continue reading
Hey guys, The latest information for this weekend’s VKC. Good luck everyone! VKC 2018 Draws-final.pdf 2018 36th VKC Schedule.doc 36th VKC 2018 Information Handout.pdf Dear VKC competitors, Please find attached the final version of the draw (changes made to the Women Kyu Individual category) along with the schedule for the weekend. The information handout is also included for reference. Regards, Jularaj Suthibutr Secretary Victorian Kendo Renmei
(Sent via email 08-08-2018, 13:18) Hey everyone！ Tonight’s training will be in squash courts 8-10 as the games hall is unavailable. Thank you! King regards Fiona Zhang Secretary
permalink – https://wp.me/p6R6sO-3X6 News Items – + Victorian Kendo Championships VKC 2018 info + Request for Volunteers – VKCs Briefing Sunday 05 August + VKC Shinpan Seminar Sunday 05 August + VIC Squad 2019 Applications + Australian Team Supporter Breakfast Invitation – Thu 13 Sept 2018 Hey guys, Here is the latest MUKC and VKR news – Victorian Kendo Championships VKC 2018 info VKC info.pdf The upcoming Victorian Kendo Championships will be held on the weekend of 11-12 August. See the above document … Continue reading
permalink – https://wp.me/p6R6sO-3WZ Hey guys, Here is the latest MUKC and VKR/AKR news – Upcoming MUKC Trainings (from Facebook group, by Emily 4/07) UPCOMING TRAININGS: Mon 2/7 – Normal training Wed 4/7 – Kata/keiko (half/half) Sat 7/7 – Uni Games training (3-4:30pm at Kenshikan, Monash members only) Mon 9/7 – Normal training Wed 11/7 – Normal training Sat 14/7 – OTSUKA TAIKAI Mon 16/7 – Normal training Wed 18/7 – Normal training Sat 21/7 – Uni Games training … Continue reading
permalink – https://wp.me/p6R6sO-3WU Hey guys, Here is the latest MUKC and VKR/AKR news. Please see a committee member for more information on any items. Fwd: Invitation to the Melbourne Budokai – Otsuka Taikai 2018 Dear VKR members, The Otsuka Taikai commemorates the opening of the Kenshikan Dojo on the 15th of July 1990. The existence of the dojo would not have been possible without the generous donation made by Mr Kenshiro Otsuka and the Otsuka Family. The taikai … Continue reading
Hey guys, Here is the latest MUKC and VKR news. Please see a committee member if you want more information on any of the items. MUKC Zekken/Nafuda order this week (by Emily, from facebook group) We’re doing a zekken/nafuda order this week if anyone wants a new one ($35 each). Please comment below or send me a message with your surname and character(s) – Aaron will then send you an invoice. Deadline for orders is this Wednesday night (13/06) … Continue reading
Update – registration start time changed permalink – https://wp.me/p6R6sO-3WD Hey guys, Latest update for tomorrow’s MUKEN Taikai. Good luck everyone! FILE – muken-taikai-2018-draws.pdf Hi all, A few changes to the schedule have been made. Please note the new registration time. SCHEDULE FOR 2018 MUKEN TAIKAI 11:15 11:45 –12:30 Registration and Shinai Check 12:30 – 12:45 Opening Ceremony 12:45 – 13:10 Beginners Division 13:10 – 13:45 Junior Kyu Division 13:45 – 14:25 Senior Kyu Division 14:25 – 14:40 Break 14:40 – … Continue reading
Hey guys, Here is the latest VKR news from Jularaj, VKR secretary. Fwd: MBK Invite for Shinoda Sensei Visit Dear VKR members, We invite you to join us in training with Shinoda-sensei, a previous member of Melbourne Budokai, who will be visiting for a few days this June with a number of other senseis. There will be two opportunities for keiko at Kenshikan dojo: 7th Jun (Thur) – Normal MBK Kendo Keiko (7:30pm – 9pm) 8th Jun (Fri) – Special … Continue reading
Hey guys, MUKEN are holding their annual Kendo camp soon! As registration has already closed, this post is for information only. See a committee member if you want more info. From Hi all, MUKEN will be holding our annual training camp on the 4th – 6th of May in Ballarat. We would like to invite all kendoka of all levels to join to us for this fun weekend. Our beginners will put on their dou and tare for the first … Continue reading