|Nishioka Tsuneo Yasunori|
This personal history has been translated from the Japanese version
1924 Born in Tokyo
1938 Became student of Shimizu Takaji Katsuyasu Sensei, at Tenkoukai Dojo (Touyama, Shibuya-ku)
1941 Was given Oku-iri of SMRJ
1943 Was given Shomokuroku of SMRJ
1966 Was given Gomokuroku of SMRJ
1972 Was given Menkyo of SMRJ. During this time, Nishioka Sensei learnt the associated bujutsu: SMR kenjutsu, Ikkakuryu Jutte jutsu, Isshinryu Kusarigamajutsu, Uchidaryu Tanjo jutsu.
1975 In May Nishioka Sensei was taught the 5 ‘hidden’ techniques by Shimizu Sensei and Otofuji Sensei, in Kyoto. He was given menkyo kaiden (certificate of full teaching authorisation)
1978 In May Shimizu Sensei gave Nishioka Sensei the authorization to use a kanji from his name. On 22nd June, Shimizu Sensei passed away, and Nishioka Sensei realized he was one of the successors of SMRJ.
1981 In December, Otofuji Sensei gave Nishioka Sensei the authorization to use a kanji from his name. In relation to SMRJ, Nishioka Sensei’s name was then written as Nishioka Tsuneo Yasunori.
Jodo Teaching Resume
1966~1977 Assisted teaching for Shimizu Sensei at Setagaya Rembukan
1977 Shimizu Sensei sent Nishioka Sensei to teach at the Yoyogi Koubukan.
1980 Matsumura Sensei chose to learn from Otofuji Sensei, and Nishioka Sensei stopped teaching there. From February, Okumura Sensei asked Nishioka Sensei to teach at the Koganei Budoukan.
1981 From November Nishioka Sensei taught at the Kawagoe Dojo associated with Kobayashi Sensei.
1982 In September Nishioka Sensei was asked to teach full time at the Nakano Junseikan of Oba-kanchou.
1983 From January Nishioka Sensei decided to only teach at the Junseikan Dojo.
1990 In March Nishioka Sensei stopped teaching at the Junseikan (isshinjou no tsugou de). From June, Nishioka Sensei was learning kendo from Okubo Sensei at the Kokubunji Kanekogakuen. Previously, Nishioka Sensei started to learn kendo from Sanbonmatsu Sensei at the Junseikan.
1991 In March, Nishioka Sensei was asked to teach at the Setagaya Jobukan. From November, he started teaching jodo at Kanekogakuen, and made the Kokubunji Jodo Kai.
1993 Phillip Relnick approached Nishioka Sensei to become the Technical Advisor of the IJF. In August, Nishioka Sensei attended as Technical Advisor of the IJF International Gasshuku in Hawaii for the first time.
1995 Nishioka Sensei helped Mitsuyama Sensei build the Sekiunkan at Hino, and keiko started in January. In August, Nishioka Sensei helped Phil Relnick Sensei build his dojo in Seattle. In the same year, Nishioka Sensei helped Pascal Kreiger Sensei build his Keikoshokon Dojo in Switzerland.
1997 In April, Shikanai Sensei asked Nishioka Sensei to teach his Aikido students in Brazil.
2000 For the commemoration of the 400th year anniversary of the relation between Japan and Holland, Nishioka Sensei held a demonstration with Pascal Kreiger’s students in Amsterdam in April.
2001 In August, Nishioka Sensei assisted with the opening ceremony of Shikanai Sensei’s dojo in Brazil.
2002 In June, Nishioka Sensei stopped teaching at Sekiunkan.
2002 From Ausust, Nishioka Sensei started teaching at the Bunbunkan dojo, Asagaya.
2003 August. Nishioka Sensei leads the 9th Trienniel IJF Gasshuku in Vesc, France.
2005 May. First Sei Ryu Kai Gasshuku in Iwai, Chiba.
2006 May. Second Sei Ryu Kai Gasshuku in Meiji Jingu, Tokyo.
2006 August. Nishioka Sensei leads the 9th Trienniel IJF Gasshuku in Bel Horizonte, Brazil.
Nishioka Sensei video
Nishioka Tsuneo and the Pure Flow of the Jo