Thank you to our members, especially our enthusiastic youth, who participated in the kendo demonstration at this year’s Bon Odori. It was also great to join the festivities with many of our family and friends from neighboring Seattle dojos. Photographs courtesy of M. Yuen, S. Mizuno, and M. Mabale
New SKK Tenugui have arrived! Mimicking the common textile design of repeated arches to represent waves of the ocean, this tenugui design uses the repeated shape of the men in a similar pattern. In the sea of kendoka, there are two representing that kendo requires a relationship between at least two people, and they are […]
The Seattle Kendo Kai logo needed an update. I took on the project of creating a new design and identity proposal. Some of you have been curious about the design process and meanings. Here is a copy of the proposal I submitted. – Michael Mabale
Reed Nolan, photojournalist of KIRO TV, visited Seattle Kendo Kai to create a short vignette about kendo.