Photo of Nishida Sensei practicing alone from outside the Honbu Dojo in Tokyo.
He would arrive to each lesson about two hours before the students to practice his basics.
Photo by Alexander Dukhovsky
Nishida Sensei observing a class while in Russia
Honbu Dojo Sign
Honbu Seishukan Dojo Sign
Being used for over 50 years and counting.
Nishida Sensei's Gi next to his favorite handheld makiwara
Photo with Nishida Sensei taken at a Soke Mabuni Sensei level up class
Photo of me with Soke Mabuni Kenei.
Photo with Soke Mabuni Kenei.
Level Up Course around 2000
He was one of the top Shito Ryu Senseis in Japan.
Group photo after Soke Mabuni Kenei's Level Up course. It was held at his son's, current Soke Mabuni Kenyu, dojo in Tokyo in the early 2000s
Group photo with Mabuni Sensei
Sensei David Akutagawa, who was the founder of Renshikan in Canada, is front row left side.
Photo with Soke Mabuni Sensei and Mizoguchi Sensei
Three Shihans discussing techniques at the Honbu Dojo
Kobayashi Sensei (Middle)
Miyazaki Sensei (Right)
Group photo with Soke Mabuni Kenei and his son Soke Mabuni Kenyu
Soke Mabuni Kenei Sensei at a Level Up class in Mie-Ken 1991
Group photo with Soke Mabuni Kenyu
The new head of Seishukan, Murakoshi Sensei, is awarding Sensei Chris Derrett his Yon-Dan(4th Degree)
Photo with Sensei Alexander Dukhovsky