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Kendo spirits

I personally interested Kendo philosophy more that Kendo techniques.

All  Japanese martial arts such as karate, kendo, and judo have same based philosophy. It is a personal development mentally, physically, and spiritually.

There is a famous word "kenshin ichinyo"in Japanese among Kendo players.

"ken" means sword, "shin" means heart, "ichinyo" means 1D (one-dimensional)which means when you play Kendo, you have to have harmonize or accommodate heart and sword.

What a beautiful spirit!

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