The Japanese Cultural Center of Saginaw, Michigan has invited Shihan Joseph Stricker to present and demonstrate Hakkoryu Jujutsu and Koho Shiatsu at their gardens. While the event was to be held prior to Nidai Soke Okuyama’s arrival in Michigan, it’s been postponed until August 16, 2014.
The garden at the Center opened in 1971 and was designed by Mr. Yataro Suzue and Lori Barber and has since been an excellent place for anyone and everyone who visits to experience a glimpse into Japanese culture.
Hakkoryu Jujutsu and Koho Shiatsu will be demonstrated and explained to the attendees. The event is open to the public.
Assisting Shihan Joseph Stricker of the Hakkoryu Senshinkan Dojo are Kaiden-kichu Shihans Garner Train and Devon Smith, as well as their students.
Nidai Soke has also been invited to attend a welcome ceremony by the Center upon his arrival in August; details about his visit will be shared closer to that date.