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NOTICIAS DE JAPÓN/HONBU DOJO

Con autorización de George ohashi(Japón)

Estas noticias han sido traducidas y publicadas en español con la autorización del Sr. George Ohashi, encargado de difundir mediante su página información directa de las actividades de la sede central de la Bujinkan en Japón.


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1 DE DICIEMBRE

Parece que algunas personas están falsificando las licencias y los certificados. Por favor ten cuidado.


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10 DE OCTUBRE DEL 2004



Nuestro Buyu Mr. Butch Johnson falleció el pasado Lunes. Le echaremos de menos. A continuación adjuntamos un texto inglés enviado por uno de sus alumnos.
On Butch Johnson's passing


I received a few messages from Shea Johnson, a student of Butch
Johnson. I'll quote some here. (Deleted parts are shown as ".....".)

George Ohashi


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Received on 14:12:18 of 2004/Sep/28 (JST)
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Yesterday, Butch had a heart attack while he was working out in the
gym.

They did CPR on him and rushed him to the Hospital yesterday. While
he was there, they had to put 5 stints in his artery as it had been so
clogged up that no blood was getting through. The operation was
successful, however they had to heavily sedate him as they thought he
was waking up.

Right now, he has not regained consciousness.

But I did sit with him and he still has a strong life-force. I
believe he is simply Out of Body, and hasn't come back yet. But he
was twitching pretty badly while strapped down into the bed. They
gave him some sedatives to help ease the twitching. But they are
uncertain if he suffered any neurological damage at this time.

I don't think he suffered any damage badly, but I simply do not know
as he has not yet regained consciousness.

.....I and a few others are praying for Butch's quick and full
recovery.


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Received on 14:22:02 of 2004/Sep/29 (JST)
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It is with a sad and heavy heart, that I tell you these things.

I went to see Butch today, but unfortunately, the only thing remaining
of him was his body, hooked up to machines that made his heart beat
and air pass in and out of his lungs.

The Butch that we all know and love, has gone.

I would like it to be known to Hatsumi-Soke, that Butch looked up to
him as a Father figure. Much as I looked up to Butch. He wanted it
known that if he could have had his choice of Fathers, he would have
gladly picked Soke, and he loved and admired him a great deal.

Butch was always telling me how he felt so unworthy and how much more
he had to learn.....He was so looking forward to coming to Japan at
the end of November and was talking about spending a month or so there.
Sadly, this will not happen now.

I am at a loss, right now, to tell you how deeply this has affected me.


The Dr.'s have not yet officially declaired him dead yet, but it is
only a matter of time. The EEG (brain scan) showed very little signs
of activity. His body was cold and clammy, and all of his life force
has since left his body. There was life force yesterday, but his
spirit was away. Now, even the life force is gone, and he truely is
no longer of this world. Do not feel too badly for him, however. As
he was telling me that more and more, his life was apart of the void.
Appart of everything, but belonging to nothing. I cannot think of the
proper Japenase term for it, as everything is currently jumbled about
and I cannot make much sense of anything right now.

Anyway, I would like for you to let everyone know, that even though he
had no living relatives and no relationship with his children, he
considered the Bujinkan as his family. He loved everyone in the
Bujinkan and even if he didn't get along with all of it's members, he
considered the Bujinkan his family. His students all considered him
as a Father figure and we looked to him for guidance as well as
teachings. He felt that, above all, he was nothing more than a
Martial Arts Instructor. He lived his life the best he knew how and
trained every single day. He would tell us that in order for us to
truely understand, we needed to train every day and incoporate martil
arts into our lives. He said "Martial Arts isn't something that I _do_
, it's the way I live my life."

I will try to take these words to heart, and try my best to follow in
his footsteps. Although my path will be different than his, I will
try my best to make him proud of me.

.....He taught us a great deal, but there was so much more to be
learned, and now.... well, now is the time where we have to see and
learn for ourselves and try the best we can. But I still wish he was
around to tell me how I don't understand and how there is so much left
to be learned. I will try to keep an open mind and always realize
that there is more to learn, than what I think I already know. He was
very good at teaching us and bringing us along to another level of
understanding, and I will miss that dearly of him.

He admired Noguchi-san and Shiraishi-san greatly. I know that they
will miss him too. He would speak fondly of his training in Japan and
how often he had things "beaten in" the "hard way". .....and how much
he wished he could spend more time training in Japan.

Please let all of his old training partners know how fond he was of
them. And how he finally outgrew his "Godzilla" mode and how being "
soft" was the hardest lesson for him to learn for the longest of times.


It seems I am running on and on, yet saying nothing but the same thing
over and over. My life, is at a loss right now. I miss Sensei-
Johnson very much. I know that is not his proper term, but he has and
always be "Sensei" to me. Please let all of the Bujinkan know how
much he loved them and how much a part of his life they were.


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Received on 21:26:34 of 2004/Sep/29 (JST)
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We will be trying to locate family and see what can be done. If it
comes to it, we'll notify the VA and see if they can provide burial
services. He was a warrior through and through. He at least deserves
a warrior's burial.

.....I just have this huge hole in my life that I am struggling to
deal with right now.

We will save the shinza and kamiza. He was so happy and proud of the
Bujinkan that they all chipped in and purchased it for us. It was a
rather proud moment for me, as well.
That the Bujinkan loved Sensei so much that they did that for us. I
will try my best to see that it finds a dojo with us and is honoured
appropriately.

I know these are trying times for you as well. Somehow, we will
manage to get through this. But it is exceptionally difficult at the
moment.


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Received on 13:39:18 of 2004/Oct/02 (JST)
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Here is the latest information that I have right now.

They are going to form an ethics committee about the life support
system on Monday. The probable cause of action will be to terminate
the life support machines. I know that this will result in him being
declared clinically dead. So it's now a matter of when they decide to
turn the machines off. And that looks like it's going to happen on
Monday.

Still working on getting with the Military to see if they can locate
his children. Not sure how the Red Cross is doing with his son that's
in the Military. Will speak to the Marine Corps on Monday to see if
they will give him a Military funeral or not. I think they will, but
I'm not 100% on that.

So that's all the news on this front. When more happens, I will let
you know.


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Received on 18:25:07 of 2004/Oct/04 (JST)
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At 4:11 am on the 4th of October, 2004. Everett Lester Johnson Jr.'s
body finally gave out after a week in a comma from his stroke on
Monday the week prior.

It is with a sad heart that I tell you, Butch has finally given up on
this world and has moved on to the next.

Funeral arrangements have not yet been made, but I will be notifying
the Marine Corps and letting them know.

It is a sad and tragic loss. He will greatly be missed by us all.






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01 DE OCTUBRE DEL 2004



El Daikomyosai se celebrará el 30 de Noviembre, el 1 y 2 de Diciembre. La fiesta será en el Hombu Dojo el día 2 de Diciembre.


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27 DE AGOSTO DEL 2004



Desde Bujinkan News at Ben Jones' site.

Acerca de un Nuevo Libro sobre Takamatsu Sensei.
Varias personas han comentado acerca de un nuevo libro sobre Takamatsu Sensei que está, aparentemente, siendo preparado en Alemán, Inglés y Español. ESTE LIBRO NO HA ESTÁ APROBADO POR HATSUMI SENSEI. De hecho el Soke sugerió al autor que era una mala idea publicarlo. El Soke ha comentado que sospecha que el contenido no es fiable por lo cual ha decidido no recomendarlo.


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15 DE AGOSTO DEL 2004

El tema principal para el segundo semestre del año 2004 es el uso del TACHI.


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1 DE JUNIO DEL 2004

El Daikomyosai en Japón se celebrará los días 30 de Noviembre, 1 y 2 de Diciembre en el Budokan Ayase.


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29 DE MAYO DEL 2004



POR FAVOR PRESTA ATENCIÓN..
CLASES EN JUNIO
DEL SOKE

Día 1(martes), Día 4(viernes) en Ayase.
Día 8(martes) y Día 11(viernes)
, en el Honbu Dojo.




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16 DE MAYO DEL 2004



¿ Dos Taikais en Japón cada año ?
Parece ser que hay ciertos rumores o malainterpretaciones a la celebración de dos Taikais en Japón cada año. Esto no es cierto. El Soke planea celebrar sólo el Daikomyosai cada año. La razón por la que se celebró el Taikai de Primavera este año tenía una propósito especial, y no se realizará de nuevo.




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3 DE ABRIL DEL 2004

El Taikai de Primavera ha finalizado. Más de 300 personas entrenaron juntos cada día, y alrededor de 250 participaron en la Fiesta Final. Lo pasamos muy bien. GRACIAS


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1 DE ABRIL DEL 2004

Un día muy ocupado ... Tenemos más de 300 personas atendiendo al Taikai hoy.

El DVD del Daikomyosai 2003 ya está a la venta. Más de 200 minutos en un sólo dvd.


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26 DE MARZO DEL 2004

UN NUEVO LIBRO DEL SOKE HA SALIDO A LA VENTA
THE WAY OF THE NINJA SECRET TECHNIQUES
(En Inglés)
ISBN 4-7700-2805-9-C2075
Masaaki Hatsumi(traducido por Ben Jones)
Precio: $35 US Dollar or 3500 Yen + impuestos
Kodansha Internacional


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15 DE MARZO DEL 2004

A AQUELLOS QUE ENTRENAN EN EL HONBU
Encontramos gran cantidad de basura y desechos alrededor del Dojo(especialmente en la zona de los raíles) cada vez que hay entrenamientos. Esto es, realmente, bastante incómodo. Especialmente, la basura alrededor del Dojo puede causar problemas entre la Bujinkan y los vecinos y la ciudad de Noda.

POR FAVOR responsabilizate de tirar tu propia basura en el lugar adecuado y no la dejes allí sin permiso. Si vemos a alguien incumpliendo este requisito no le será permitido el uso del dojo.


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14 DE FEBRERO DEL 2004

Estos son los kanji que corresponden al tema de entrenamiento de la Bujinkan en el año 2004.


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1 DE FEBRERO DEL 2004

Puedes visitar nuestra página sobre el Taikai de Primavera, presiona aquí


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25 DE ENERO DEL 2004

REUNIÓN DE LA SHIDOSHIKAI
1. El monumento en homenaje a Takamatsu Sensei está terminado.
2. Un nuevo edificio junto a la casa del Soke está finalizado. Será usado como un centro para la comunidad. Se podrá ver dvds y videos.
3. Tenemos dos demostraciones. Una en Ayase el día 11 de Octubre y la otra en Noda el día 5 de Diciembre.
4. Los Shihan Japoneses no podrán enseñar en el extranjero por el momento incluso si son invitados.
5. Nos gustaría mostrar nuestro Budo como un Tesoro para el Mundo.
6. El tema de este año es Roppou-kuji-no biken. Aprenderemos armas largas el próximo año.
7. Un nuevo DVD saldrá pronto a la luz. Éste introducirá las pinturas del Soke, las pinturas de Takamatsu Sensei y los pergaminos.
8. Cuiden su salud


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20 DE ENERO 2004

El Soke está planeando escribir un libro en japonés e inglés sobre el Ninjutsu(precio aproximado 10000 yenes). Si estás interesado en reservar una copia o más, por favor envía un mensaje en inglés indicando tu nombre, tu dirección, el número de copias que deseas. El Soke comenzará a escribir el libro cuando estén solicitadas más de 1500 copias.(Por favor no enviar dos veces el mismo mensaje para evitar confusiones) PEDIDOS: George Ohashi.


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