​弓道
Kyudo
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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.

According to the Nippon Kyūdō Federation the supreme goal of kyūdō is the state of shin-zen-bi, roughly "truth-goodness-beauty", which can be approximated as: when archers shoot correctly (i.e. truthfully) with virtuous spirit and attitude toward all persons and all things which relate to kyūdō (i.e. with goodness), beautiful shooting is realised naturally.

Principal Instructors

Duncan Bullock - Godan (5th Dan)

Assistant Instructors

Brendan Kee - Sandan (3rd Dan)

Governing Bodies

  • Australian Kyudo Association (AKA) - is an administrative body to support the club members of affiliated state associations through access to national seminars, examinations, and international events.

E-mail: kuroyama.budokai@gmail.com  

Tel: +61 413 807 555

 

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