Kenjiro Yoshigasaki

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Kenjiro Yoshigasaki (born 1951 in Kagoshima) is a Japanese aikido teacher.

He began at the age of 10 years with yoga before he devoted himself to Aikido and other martial arts. He also dealt with the Zen Buddhism, Shinto, Christianity and Islam. In 1971, he held on to yoga studies for a year in India. In 1973 he was aikido teacher and taught in Ki Society of Tohei Koichi Ki and Aikido in Europe since 1977.[1] In 2002 he resigned from the Ki Society and he founded his own international umbrella organization Ki No Kenkyukai Association Internationale, based in Brussels.[2][3]

He now serves more than 120 dojo with more than 4000 students in Europe, South America and South Africa.[4]


  1. Aikido: Harmony and Relationship - The Art of Perception in a Practice of Peace. Giuseppe Ruglioni. Erga Edition, Genova, Italy, 2008, ISBN 9788881635603
  2. Aikido. Arte di vita. Kenjiro Yoshigasaki. Erga Verlag, 2012, ISBN 978-88-8163-723-2.
  3. Unification of mind and body and ki. Aikido. Giuseppe Ruglioni. ERGA, 1997, ISBN 9788881630714
  4. Inner Voyage of a Stranger. Pathways to a New Perception. Kenjiro Yoshigasaki. Kristkeitz-Verlag, 2002, ISBN 3-921508-71-1. p.96

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