The short answer to this questions is: it can cost quite a lot. The equipment is expensive and most of it is only sold in Japan, the shipping of the bows is exorbitant, and most people have to travel a
I have published an updated version of my translation of the Kyūrei Kyūhō Mondōshū 2016 booklet published by the ANKF.
In this post, I offer a draft translation of the Kyūrei Kyūhō Mondōshū (2016 Revision), a question and answer booklet published by the All Nippon Kyudo Federation. Feedback on the translation is welcome.
The short answer is that it varies widely, but here are some of the issues to consider when a child wants to study kyudo. Attention Span Kyudo is a very slow, meditative art. Performing it takes a LOT of attention
The most common inquiry we get is “How can I learn more about kyudo?”. So I thought I would start out my first post by answering the most common questions. Here’s a short Q and A that covers it all.
It’s been far too long since we (meaning I) gave any attention to our website, and it was aging poorly. So I finally got my act together and made a new one. I hope you enjoy it! Because the kyudo