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Saturday, 25th October 2008

MSMAS Iaido at Edinburgh University 'Japan Day' ...

MSMAS Dojo were present at Edinburgh University, after being invited to present an Iaido demonstration at the prestigous 'Japan Day' event as guests of the President of the 'Edinburgh University Japan Society' ...

 

On October 25th, áMSMAS Dojo was atáthe ĹJapan Dayĺ held at Edinburgh University.

Edinburgh is twinned with Kyoto and so there was much interest in the event which included talks on Calligraphy, Tea ceremony, traditional dance and much, muchámore.

Hamish Wilson, MSMAS Iaido YuDansha was invited to demonstrate Iaido and was interviewed later by many interested spectators.

Our thanks go to Zach Thomas, who worked tirelessly to put on thisásplendid event.

 

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