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The 3-Day Tong-il Moo-do Training at the National Aso Youth Friendship Center that was held from the 21st to the 23rd of November was...
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Martial Arts Federation for World Peace(MAFWP) Japan Swearing-in Ceremony of New Officers 2015, November 8 Shinjyuku, Tokyo...
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The 3rd national meeting of TMD black belts and instructors in Japan was held last Sunday, April 26th, at the Suzuka Youth Civic Center in Suzuka City, Mie Prefecture.
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The Tong Il Moo Do Phil-Japan Organization held a half-day Martial Arts philosophy seminar on July 6, 2008.
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On June 15, 2008, the Philippine Embassy in Tokyo, Japan held the Philippine Migrants Worker’s Day....
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The seminar was held from Feb. 13 to 20 at World Core Value Center at Tsuchiura, Ibaragi.
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First Tong-Il Moo-Do One day seminar at Sapporo City, Japan was held in February this year.
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On November 22nd and 23rd 2005, the second World Martial Arts Peace King Cup Open Tournament was held at the Chiba Port Arena, Japan.
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The World TIMD Japan with UMAI (Unified Martial Arts International, a newly organized group in Tokyo by the Philippine community)...
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On April 24, there was the annual joint martial arts demonstration at the campus of Waseda University....
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The 5th TIMD Workshop in Japan was held from Feb. 8th to 15th at Tsuchiura training center in Japan with 17 participants including 8 black belts from Japan and Philippine.
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For the purpose of witnessing to international community in Tokyo area, an early Christmas Party is held on December 7, 2003.....
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Six students were promoted to a higher belt after seven months of training. The test was given by Master Takamitsu Hoshiko last November 9, 2003....
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The seminar was held in our Tong-Il Moo-Do dojang in Tsuchiura, Ibaragi from September 21st to 28th , 2003.....
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In April 13, 2003, the TIMD Demonstration was held during the Opening Ceremony of Tsuchiura New Training Center....
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The workshop was held from Feb. 10 to 17. Because of the exam period of the universities, 4 students couldn't attend and only 11 could.
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The workshop was held from Sept. 22 to 29 at Izu Seminar House in Shizuoka.....
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The training was 3 hours in the morning, 3 hours in the afternoon everyday from April 29th to May 5th. ....
8th TIMD Leadership Seminar in Japan
The seminar was held from Feb. 13 to 20 at World Core Value Center at Tsuchiura, Ibaragi. The number of the participants was 15 including 4 from Keio University, 1 from Kyoto University, 1 from Tohoku University, 1 from Waseda University, 1 from Housei University, 1 from Nihon University.

The main purpose of the workshop was how we could use TIMD to contribute to society as the students of universities, and prepare for the 2nd World Martial Arts PKCP Open Tournament this October.

To the most of the participants it gave clear insight of character education. Every day one of the two lectures of TIMD philosophy was delivered by one of the participants, even by white belt student with power point. That experience gave them the confidence and great hope to educate youth effectively by utilizing this material.

These 7 days were truly the training of spirit and body. Black belts invested earnestly to raise up the beginners with warm parental heart and sometimes strict discipline.

The beginners were desperate to follow their instructions, and showed great development in techniques surprisingly within such a short period. This workshop marked the new beginning for the black belts and the birth of the new generation of TIMD in Japan.

Mr. Matsunami, the advisor of TIMD Japan, spoke to them, and gave them the great encouragement. One student from Kyoto Univ. achieved the first degree of Black belt fighting against 21 people consecutively.

As we start the 4th year of Japanese TIMD, and hold the 2nd World Martial Arts KPCP Open Tournament in Japan this year, I would like to acknowledge and express deep appreciation to Dr. Sun Myung Moon, Hyun Jin Moon, Dr. Seuk for their constant inspiration and encouragement, to Master Kensaku Takahashi, Master Don Harbour, Philippine instructors, especially Master James Paranada.Jr, and Master Rico Santos , Mr. Takayuki Matsunami, and Mr. Atsushi Murakami for their support , to all Japanese and Philippine TIMD black belts and students for their commitment and investment, and to all others who contributed the development of TIMD in Japan. Let us work together and bring the great success to the 2nd World Martial Arts PKCP Open Tournament in Japan!

Hoshiko Takamitsu
President of TIMD Federation of Japan

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