Kick Start Your 2018 At Kagami Biraki Training Session
Sunday 14th January 2018
SINGH SABHA SPORTS CENTRE, SLOUGH, SL1 3LW
10am - 2pm
Join Sensei Tony White 4th Dan (GB Junior Coach) & Shihan Liam Keaveney (7th Dan), along with other BKK Instructors to engage in a common endeavour and rededicate their spirit, effort, and discipline for the New Year ahead.
Senior and Junior students of all ages and grade are welcome to attend this event which will .includekihon, kata and kumite training.
Kagami Biraki, which literally means "Mirror Opening", is a traditional Japanese celebration that is held in many traditional martial arts dojos usually on the second Saturday or Sunday of the New Year.
Historically Kagami Biraki was a longstanding Samurai tradition dating back to the 15th century. Since then other Japanese arts including Karate, and Jujutsu, have adopted the celebration that officially starts afresh the New year - a tradition of "Renewal, Rededication, and Spirit".
In Japan, Kagami Biraki is still practiced by many families. It marks the end of the New Year's holiday season which is by far the biggest celebration of the year
Seniors £10 / Juniors £5 / Family Discounts Available