Beginning this year, Nidai Soke will be using alternatives to the typical numeric kanji to denote menjo (certificate) rank as follows: 1 壱 2 弐 3 参 4 肆 5 伍 These older, formal kanji are called daiji (大字) and are often used in official documents to help deter falsification.
On 4 May 2013 Nidai Soke Okuyama informed us that Kaiden Shihan Kozan Terazawa, one of Hakkoryu’s most senior Shihan had been hospitalized after an apparent stroke. Terazawa-sama was a long time student and friend of Shodai Soke Ryuho Okuyama as well as being an invaluable friend and advisor to Nidai Soke and was extremely […]
Hakkoryu So Hombu Dojo and its Representatives outside of Japan would like to welcome Mr. José Luis Riesco Pérez of Santiago, Chile as the first to establish a Hakkoryu school in that country under the supervision of Jesus Bonilla, Kaiden Sandaikichu Shihan, Hakkoryu Representative for Latin America. We wish he and his […]
On behalf of Nidai Soke Okuyama and Hakkoryu Hombu Dojo, we wish everyone Happy Holidays and all the best for the New Year.
On behalf of Nidai Soke Okuyama and Hakkoryu Hombu Dojo, we wish everyone Happy Holidays and all the best for the New Year!
As authorized by and on behalf of Hakkoryu Nidai Soke Okuyama, North America Hakkoryu Representative Kaiden Sandaikichu Shihan Joseph Miller will instruct and certify attendees in the therapeutic and healing methods of Koho Shiatsu. From March 30 – April 4, 2013, official Koho Shiatsu certification will be hosted by Kaiden Sandaikichu Shihan Garner Train at […]