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Learn about Tankendo

The roots of Tankendo are ancient Japanese swordsmanship

Tankendo is a tactic that uses a bayonet without a bayonet (a bayonet attached to a rifle). Since the knife was useful in trench warfare in World War I, research on bayonet drills in parallel with bayonet drills. Was also advanced.

Kodachi, that is, the one that was created and developed in the middle of the Meiji era based on the smaller wakizashi (kodachi) of the large and small swords that the samurai wore on their waists, is similar to the current tankendo. It is a competition that you can operate with one hand and compete in a relatively short time.

In 1978, the All Japan Jukendo Federation introduced Tankendo and began to spread it.

Tankendo is a tactic that uses a bayonet without a bayonet (a bayonet attached to a rifle). Since the knife was useful in trench warfare in World War I, research on bayonet drills in parallel with bayonet drills. Was also advanced.

Kodachi, that is, the one that was created and developed in the middle of the Meiji era based on the smaller wakizashi (kodachi) of the large and small swords that the samurai wore on their waists, is similar to the current tankendo. It is a competition that you can operate with one hand and compete in a relatively short time.

In 1978, the All Japan Jukendo Federation introduced Tankendo and began to spread it.

Tankendo is a tactic that uses a bayonet without a bayonet (a bayonet attached to a rifle). Since the knife was useful in trench warfare in World War I, research on bayonet drills in parallel with bayonet drills. Was also advanced.

Kodachi, that is, the one that was created and developed in the middle of the Meiji era based on the smaller wakizashi (kodachi) of the large and small swords that the samurai wore on their waists, is similar to the current tankendo. It is a competition that you can operate with one hand and compete in a relatively short time.

In 1978, the All Japan Jukendo Federation introduced Tankendo and began to spread it.

Tankendo is a tactic that uses a bayonet without a bayonet (a bayonet attached to a rifle). Since the knife was useful in trench warfare in World War I, research on bayonet drills in parallel with bayonet drills. Was also advanced.

Kodachi, that is, the one that was created and developed in the middle of the Meiji era based on the smaller wakizashi (kodachi) of the large and small swords that the samurai wore on their waists, is similar to the current tankendo. It is a competition that you can operate with one hand and compete in a relatively short time.

In 1978, the All Japan Jukendo Federation introduced Tankendo and began to spread it.

Tankendo is a tactic that uses a bayonet without a bayonet (a bayonet attached to a rifle). Since the knife was useful in trench warfare in World War I, research on bayonet drills in parallel with bayonet drills. Was also advanced.

Kodachi, that is, the one that was created and developed in the middle of the Meiji era based on the smaller wakizashi (kodachi) of the large and small swords that the samurai wore on their waists, is similar to the current tankendo. It is a competition that you can operate with one hand and compete in a relatively short time.

In 1978, the All Japan Jukendo Federation introduced Tankendo and began to spread it.

Tankendo is a tactic that uses a bayonet without a bayonet (a bayonet attached to a rifle). Since the knife was useful in trench warfare in World War I, research on bayonet drills in parallel with bayonet drills. Was also advanced.

Kodachi, that is, the one that was created and developed in the middle of the Meiji era based on the smaller wakizashi (kodachi) of the large and small swords that the samurai wore on their waists, is similar to the current tankendo. It is a competition that you can operate with one hand and compete in a relatively short time.

In 1978, the All Japan Jukendo Federation introduced Tankendo and began to spread it.

第75回 都民体育大会 銃剣道競技会

第三位 ​墨田区代表

第66回 全日本銃剣道優勝大会

一般の部 準優勝 東部支部A

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第10回 東日本銃剣道優勝大会

一般の部 第三位 東部支部

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第70回 都民体育大会 銃剣道競技会

第三位 墨田区代表

第7回 東日本銃剣道優勝大会

一般第二部 準優勝 東部道場A

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第6回 東日本銃剣道優勝大会

一般第二部 第三位 東部道場A

Tankendo is a tactic that uses a bayonet without a bayonet (a bayonet attached to a rifle). Since the knife was useful in trench warfare in World War I, research on bayonet drills in parallel with bayonet drills. Was also advanced.

Kodachi, that is, the one that was created and developed in the middle of the Meiji era based on the smaller wakizashi (kodachi) of the large and small swords that the samurai wore on their waists, is similar to the current tankendo. It is a competition that you can operate with one hand and compete in a relatively short time.

In 1978, the All Japan Jukendo Federation introduced Tankendo and began to spread it.

第5回 東日本銃剣道優勝大会

一般第二部 優勝 東部道場B

Tankendo is a tactic that uses a bayonet without a bayonet (a bayonet attached to a rifle). Since the knife was useful in trench warfare in World War I, research on bayonet drills in parallel with bayonet drills. Was also advanced.

Kodachi, that is, the one that was created and developed in the middle of the Meiji era based on the smaller wakizashi (kodachi) of the large and small swords that the samurai wore on their waists, is similar to the current tankendo. It is a competition that you can operate with one hand and compete in a relatively short time.

In 1978, the All Japan Jukendo Federation introduced Tankendo and began to spread it.

第4回 東日本銃剣道優勝大会

一般第二部 優勝 東部道場B

​その他表彰

Tankendo is a tactic that uses a bayonet without a bayonet (a bayonet attached to a rifle). Since the knife was useful in trench warfare in World War I, research on bayonet drills in parallel with bayonet drills. Was also advanced.

Kodachi, that is, the one that was created and developed in the middle of the Meiji era based on the smaller wakizashi (kodachi) of the large and small swords that the samurai wore on their waists, is similar to the current tankendo. It is a competition that you can operate with one hand and compete in a relatively short time.

In 1978, the All Japan Jukendo Federation introduced Tankendo and began to spread it.

​公益財団法人 東京都体育協会

生涯スポーツ優良団体 東京都銃剣道連盟東部支部

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