Kyu BUDO PASSPORT
What is a budo passport?
Budo passport is one of the main documents of a person studying martial art. Budo passport keeps a complete story about the path of a person in comprehending the chosen martial art. In it you can see information about the passed certifications. When, to whom, in what city and at what level did you pass the exam. It notes participation in training seminars and courses, participation in competitions.
Everyone involved in Aikido must have a student Budo passport, which is his main document before receiving a black belt. It will celebrate his achievements from the first certification to 1 Kyu: passing certification, participation in seminars:
After passing the certification for a black belt, each aikidoka receives an international Budo passport, which is sent from Japan in the place with a diploma of assigning 1st Dan. Notes on the assignment of masterful degrees, as well as participation in training seminars near the black belts are put in it.
Dan BUDO PASSPORT
To obtain a Budo passport for, all those who have a student’s degree, as well as those approved for certification, must:
– bring a photo (3 x 4 cm);
– check the correctness of writing personal information in an electronic journal (last name, first name, date of birth), because Based on this information, your Budo passport will be filled in;
– make payment for budo passport.
Student degree diploma “Kyu” in aikido.
In martial arts, it is customary to encourage the promotion and growth of those engaged not only in changing the color of the belt, but also in the presentation of official papers confirming the receipt of a particular level. In traditional Japanese martial arts, one example of such encouragement is a diploma.
Aikido diploma, confirming the receipt of a master’s degree “kyu”, is given a personal seal by the chairman of the Aikido Aikikai Clubs public union and is written on special thick paper.
Master degree diploma “Dan” in aikido.
In martial arts, it is customary to encourage the promotion and growth of those engaged not only in changing the color of the belt, but also in the presentation of official papers confirming the receipt of a particular level. In traditional Japanese martial arts, one example of such encouragement is a diploma. Diplomas are usually written in the traditional Japanese style (right-to-left and top-down) and using old forms of hieroglyphs and expressions – this once again underlines the importance of traditions and the school’s commitment to respect and respect them.
Aikido diploma confirming the acquisition of a master degree “dan” is issued by the Aikikai Foundation with the personal stamp of the current Doshu (chairman) of the organization – Moritieru Ueshiba, is written on special thick paper and even has watermarks.
The text of the diploma is deciphered as follows (from right to left) *:
* A horizontal bar above the vowels indicates a lengthening of the sound.
EXPLANATION WRITING BY YUDANSHA DIPLOMA
- [Koeki zandan hojin aikikai] – Aikikai Foundation
- [Dai ichi ni san yon go roku gō] – The serial number of the diploma is 123456
- [Sho] – Diploma, certificate
- [Ichiro Suzuki] – Name and Surname
- [Migimono konpan aikido shodan wo inkasu] – The person listed on the right (from now on) is awarded 1 dan of aikido
- [Heisei nijū nen shigatsu itsuka] – April 5th, 20th year of the Heisei era (2008)
- [Aikido] – Aikido (with Aikikai seal)
- [Doshu Ueshiba Moriteru] – Doshu Ueshiba Moriteru (with personal seal Doshu)