Saturday | February 25, 2012 | 10am - 5pm | $25

Save The Date

When Koichi Oguri passed away on January 17th, 2012, the Bujinkan lost one of its greatest teachers and practitioners. His kindness as a person and his skill as a budoka deeply touched those people fortunate enough to train with him.

On February 25th, we will have the chance to train together as a memorial to all that Oguri sensei shared with us. We will have the opportunity to share stories as well as techniques and methods that we learned from Oguri sensei over the years.

This seminar, presented by Bujinkan Muzosa Dojo will feature two of Oguri sensei's long-time American students, Don Roley and Rich Maloof, both of whom lived in Japan for many years and trained extensively with him.

LOCATION: Pearl Studios | 519 Eighth Ave | 12th floor | Studio B

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Don Roley began training in the Bujinkan in 1987 and lived in Japan for 15 years. He was a student of many teachers, the most dear to him being Koichi Oguri sensei. Don now lives in Colorado and is the translator of an ancient Japanese text on ninjutsu and a published author on its history.

Rich Maloof lived in Japan for about 9 years, has over 20 years of martial arts experience, and regularly interpreted for Oguri sensei, as well as other shihan, for over seven years while in Japan.

Early registration is now available for this special event.
All proceeds will be donated to Japan Tsunami Relief Charity.