A personal selection of aikido sites
There is, of course, a vastness of Aikido resources on the Internet - and constantly growing, too. Below is a small selection of sites, which I do myself find interesting or would for other reasons want you to visit. Some of them, hopefully not all, you are likely already to be familiar with.
Perhaps you have some Aikido link favorites you think would interest me as well? Do not hesitate to let me know, in that case. Also, I would be grateful if you help me keep these links accurate - please, let me know if any of them has moved or generates a 404.
Wherever these links might lead you, feel free to come back to my little fragment of the web - whenever. I will try to add material pretty much constantly (if not always frequently).
My own dojo, Enighet in Malmö, Sweden.
My former dojo, south of Stockholm.
The big dojo in Stockholm.
The other big dojo in Stockholm.
The big dojo in Gothenburg.
Information about every Swedish aikido dojo.
Mouliko Halén's dojo in Oslo.
The Berlin dojo we cooperate a lot with.
Clemens Ziesenitz's dojo in Berlin.
The Czech dojo we cooperate a lot with.
Larry Kwolek's website in Prague.
AikiWeb's worldwide dojo search engine.
The organisation for all Swedish Aikido dojos.
The Swedish Aikikai Grading Committee.
The International Aikido Federation.
The Aikikai headquarters in Tokyo.
One of the Czech aikido organizations.
Another Czech aikido organization.
And the Slovak aikido federation we also cooperate with.
A grand organisation of French aikido, with the prominent teachers Christian Tissier and Franck Noel.
The other grand organisation of French aikido, with Tamura shihan.
The classic websource on aikido, by Kjartan Clausen.
Another big websource on aikido.
With kanji, and in three western languages, too.
Stanley Pranin's aikido blog.
Aikido directory on the DMOZ search engine - the directory behind it all.
Aikido on Google
Search word aikido on the Google search engine. 250,000 hits when I tried last.
The Swedish Budo Federation, where Aikido is one of its sections.
The EJMAS is a rich, frequently updated, online Budo magazine.
A glossary by Black Belt Magazine.
Prominent Swedish jujutsuka Magnus Cederblad and his Suginoha ryu jujutsu.
SBI, a Swedish shop for Budo material.
The big Japanese shop for Budo material.
Another big Japanese shop for iaido material.
My Aikido Books
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