A: Yes, Aikido is for everyone regardless of age, race, or gender. Even if you have no background in sports or martial arts.
Q: I don’t speak Japanese, can I still attend classes at Mugenjuku?
A: Yes, many of our instructors and students speak English. We also have some students and of course Payet Sensei who speak French. The dojo is also a great place to practice your Japanese.
Q: Is it possible to do a training vacation at Mugenjuku?
A: We welcome Aikido students from around the world to come train with us, however, we do not currently have any facilities ( rooms ) that visiting students can use. We hope to offer something like that in the future. We also cannot offer visa assistance at this time if you desire to stay for longer than your tourist visa allows. We can, however, offer advice on how to prepare for your trip, such as what to bring and what to expect. Send a message to this blog or post a comment. Keep in mind that staying and traveling to and throughout Japan can be quite expensive so please come prepared.
Q: If I come to train at Mugenjuku for on month from another country, how much will it cost?
A: Please contact us directly for further information.
Q: How much is the normal month by month tuition for Mugenjuku?