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Morihei Ueshibas

 

 

   Zeittafel vom Leben Morihei Ueshibas (engl.)

 

Year

Event

1882

[Jigoro Kano establishes the Kano Juku School, the forerunner of the Kodokan.]

1883

Birth of Morihei Ueshiba in Tanabe, Kii Province (Wakayama Prefecture) on December 14.

1901

Moves to Tokyo in September and works in business of relative Koshiro Inoue.
Studies Tenshin Shinyo-ryu Jujutsu under Tokusaburo Tozawa in Tokyo.
Possible brief study of Shinkage-ryu Sword school.

1903

Marries Hatsu Itogawa in Tanabe.
Joins 61st Army Infantry Regiment of Wakayama (late December).

1904

[Beginning of Russo-Japanese War.]

1905

Departure of his regiment to Manchurian Front.

1906

Discharged from Army. Returns to Tanabe.

1908

Receives Yagyu-ryu Jujutsu certificate (probably Goto-ha Yagyu Shingan-ryu) from Masanosuke Tsuboi (or Masakatsu Nakai).

1909

[Kodokan Judo Headquarters established.]

1910

To Hokkaido to evaluate government sponsored land development project. Soon returns to Tanabe. Supports botanist Kumagusu Minakata in opposing government shrine consolidation policy.

1911

Brief study of judo under Kiyoichi Takagi in Tanabe.
First child, a daughter Matsuko, born.

1912

Heads group of settlers from Kii Province who settle in Aza-Shirataki, Kamiwakibetsu village in Mombetsu County, Hokkaido.

1915

Meets Sokaku Takeda of Daito-ryu Jujutsu in Hisada Inn in Engaru with introduction from Kotaro Yoshida.
Completes first 10-day Daito-ryu seminar (March 5).

1916

Engaged in intensive study of Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu.

1917

First son, Takemori, born in July.

1918

Serves as town councilman in Kamiwakibetsu village from June 1918 to April 1919.

1919

Leaves Hokkaido in December due to father’s illness. Turns Shirataki land and property over to his teacher, Sokaku Takeda.

1920

Meets Onisaburo Deguchi of Omoto religion in Ayabe.
Father, Yoroku, dies in January. Arrives home in Tanabe shortly after Yoroku’s death.
Moves to Ayabe, site of Omoto religion, in Kyoto Prefecture, with family.
Opens Ueshiba Juku dojo attached to his residence.
Second son, Kuniharu, born in April.
Oldest son, Takemori, dies in August.
Second son, Kuniharu, dies in September.

1921

[First Omoto incident occurs.]Third son, Kisshomaru (Koetsu), born in June.

1922

Mother, Yuki, dies.
Sokaku Takeda visits Ayabe with his family to teach and stays from c. 28 April to 15 September.
Receives Kyoju Dairi from Takeda qualifying him as certified Daito-ryu instructor (September).

1924

Goes to Mongolia with Onisaburo Deguchi with goal of establishing a utopian community (February to July).
Captured and held prisoner by Chinese military for plotting overthrow of existing government and narrowly escapes death.

1925

Gives special demonstration in Tokyo for high-ranking military officers and dignitaries.

1926

[Kenji Tomiki begins training.]

1927

Moves to Tokyo with entire family. Establishes temporary dojo in billiard room of Count Shimazu’s mansion in Shiba, Shirogane in Sarumachi.

1928

Moves to Shiba, Tsunamachi, site of temporary dojo.

1929

Moves with family to Shiba, Kuruma-machi, and sets up temporary dojo.

1930

Moves to Shimo-ochiai in Mejiro.
Judo founder Jigoro Kano observes demonstration by Ueshiba in Mejiro dojo and dispatches several Students from Kodokan including Minoru Mochizuki to study.

1931

Dedication of Kobukan dojo in Ushigome, Wakamatsu-cho.
Sokaku Takeda teaches seminar from 20 March to 7 April at Kobukan Dojo.
Ueshiba’s name appears in Takeda’s enrollment book.

1932

Budo Senyokai (Society for the Promotion of Martial Arts) is established with Ueshiba as its first head.
[Gozo Shioda enters Kobukan Dojo.][Shigemi Yonekawa enters Kobukan Dojo.]

1933

Begins teaching at Asahi News dojo in Osaka with assistance of Takuma Hisa.
Technical manual, Budo Renshu, is published.
[Rinjiro Shirata enters Kobukan Dojo.]

1935

Making of Asahi News film documentary in Osaka with Takuma Hisa.
[Second Omoto Incident occurs. Arrest of Onisaburo Deguchi and his wife and other Omoto leaders.]

1936

Shooting of Noma Dojo photos, more than 1,000 images capturing Morihei Ueshiba’s Aiki Budo technique.
Sokaku Takeda appears in Osaka and takes over instruction of Asahi News dojo.

1937

Ueshiba’s name appears along with that of Zenzaburo Akazawa in enrollment book of Kashima Shinto-ryu school.

1938

Prince Teh Wang of Mongolian puppet state hosted at Kobukan Dojo during state visit to Japan.
Technical manual, Budo, dedicated to Prince Kaya, containing photographs of Ueshiba’s techniques is published.

1939

Invited to Manchuria to instruct at Kenkoku University. Meets famous sumo wrestler Tenryu who becomes his student.
[Koichi Tohei enters Kobukan.]

1940

Attends martial arts demonstration in Manchuria commemorating 2600th anniversary of Japan.
[Kenki Tomiki receives first 8th dan given by Ueshiba.][Kisaburo Osawa enters Kobukan.]

1941

Gives demonstration arranged by Admiral Isamu Takeshita at Saineikan dojo on palace grounds before members of imperial family.
Teaches at military police academy.
Invited to instruct in Manchuria for University Martial Arts Week.
Becomes martial arts advisor for Shimbuden and Kenkoku University

1942

Name “Aikido” becomes official and is registered with Ministry of Education.
Invited to Manchuria as representative of Japanese martial arts to attend Manchuria-Japanese Exchange Martial Arts demonstrations in commemoration of 10th anniversary of independence of Manchuria (August).
Moves to Iwama, Ibaragi Prefecture.
Kisshomaru Ueshiba becomes Director of Kobukan Dojo.

1943

First Aiki Shrine built in Iwama.

1945

Kobukai Foundation ceases activity due to postwar ban on martial arts.
Iwama dojo completed.

1946

[Morihiro Saito enters Iwama Dojo.]

1947

[Sadateru Arikawa enters Aikikai Hombu Dojo.]

1948

Engages in farming, intensive training, and meditation in Iwama.
Zaidan Hojin Aikikai, a non-profit foundation, established 9 February 1948.
Aikikai Hombu Dojo moves to Iwama, office opened in Tokyo.
Kisshomaru becomes head of Aikikai dojo.

1949

Regular practice resumes at Tokyo Hombu Dojo dojo.

1950

Hiroshi Tada enters Aikikai Hombu Dojo.

1951

[Minoru Mochizuki to France to teach judo and aikido.]

1952

[Koichi Tohei promoted to 8th dan by Ueshiba.][Tadashi Abe relocates to France as student while teaching aikido as representative of Aikikai Hombu Dojo.]

1953

[Koichi Tohei to Hawaii for initial stay of one year.]

1954

Large aikido demonstration held in Tokyo sponsored by the Life Extension Association attended by 15,000 people.
[Yoshinkan Aikido Dojo opened in Tsukudo Hachiman.]

1955

Aikikai Hombu (headquarters) moved back to Tokyo from Iwama.
Several foreign dignitaries attend a demonstration given by the founder at the Aikikai Hombu arranged by André Nocquet.

1958

Appears in U.S. television documentary Rendez-vous with Adventure.
[Kenji Tomiki establishes the Waseda University Aikido Club in April.]

1960

Receives Medal of Honor with Purple Ribbon from Japanese government.

1961

Invited to Hawaii for opening of Honolulu Aikikai (February).
Appears in television documentary made by NHK.
[Mutsuru Nakazono relocates to France as representative of Aikikai Hombu Dojo.][Masamichi Noro relocates to France as representative of Aikikai Hombu Dojo.][All-Japan Student Aikido Federation established with Ueshiba as president.]

1962

[Aritoshi Murashige relocates to Belgium as representative of Aikikai Hombu Dojo.]

1963

[All-Japan Aikido Demonstration held for the first time at Hibiya Kokaido (October).]

1964

Receives Order of the Rising Sun, 4th Class, as the founder of aikido.
[Hiroshi Tada relocates to Italy as representative of Aikikai Hombu Dojo.][Nobuyoshi Tamura relocates to France as representative of Aikikai Hombu Dojo.][Yoshimitsu Yamada relocates to New York, USA, as representative of Aikikai Hombu Dojo.]

1965

[Katsuaki Asai relocates to Germany as representative of Aikikai Hombu Dojo.][Seiichi Sugano relocates to Australia as representative of Aikikai Hombu Dojo.]

1966

[Kazuo Chiba relocates to London, England, as representative of Aikikai Hombu Dojo.][Shuji Maruyama relocates to USA, settling in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as representative of
Aikikai Hombu Dojo.][Mitsunari Kanai relocates to Boston, USA, as representative of Aikikai Hombu Dojo.][Toshikazu Ichimura relocates to Sweden as representative of Aikikai Hombu Dojo.]

1967

[Yasunari Kitaura relocates to Spain as representative of Aikikai Hombu Dojo.]

1968

[New Hombu Dojo building dedicated.]

1969

Makes final trip to Kansai during which he awards an oral 10th dan rank to Michio Hikitsuchi of Shingu.
Gives final demonstration on 15 January at Kagami Biraki Celebration.
Succumbs to liver cancer on 26 April.
Ashes buried at Kozanji, Tanabe.
Hair preserved at Iwama, Kumano Dojo, Ayabe and Hombu Dojo.
Made honorary citizen of Tanabe and Iwama.
[Wife, Hatsu, dies on 26 June.]

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