Thank you to Yamaguchi-sensei who gave a great introduction lesson to all the adults and children. To be able to practice and communicate so closely made it a really enjoyable time.
Thank you to Shida Shacho (Shidax) who came to open the event with a very emotional and supportive speech.
Thank you everyone for coming and contributing in today's charity karate event. You make a difference so please keep fighting for Japan!
For the first time I started speaking English in the Dojo. It's quite an odd feeling to be speaking my native language there when for the past one and a half years I have been using only Japanese. Others are taken off guard by it but I think it's really needed. We need to adapt in our lives to all challenges and becoming complacent with anything is just taking the easy road. So next time I see you at practice don't be scared to try out a few English moves on me. It will hurt more not trying..
[Fight For Japan - Charity Karate Event]
Don't forget this Sunday (April 17th from 15:00) is the Mugen Charity Karate event at the Azabu Juban branch. Please try to join the event which is open to both students and non students. Donations of 1000 yen or more will go to the poor children who lost their parents after the mass destruction in Fukushima. Please come, please give.
On April 17th, from 15:00, Mugen Kai Karate (Azabu Juban Branch) will hold a charity karate class for anyone who wants to come.
It will be centered around karate for first timers so can learn the basic techniques and get a good safe work out.
All donations will to go to orphans of Fukushima.
A minimum of 1000 yen is desired but of course would be much appreciated.
We hope you can attend and bringing your family and friends (kids extremely welcome).
Sensei Yamaguchi and Mae-sensei will be teaching so expect to have a really enjoyable time.
To ensure your attendance please mail email@example.com or call Mugen Karate 03-5856-5575.
I look forward to seeing you there to help fight for the children of Fukushima.