Wadoworld

General discussions on Wado Ryu karate and associated martial arts.
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claas
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Wadoworld

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Where did it disappear?
Lasse Candé
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Tim49
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Re: Wadoworld

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Are you talking about the magazine?
If so I think it suffered the curse of the 'Six Issues'.
Ben Pollock's excellent Wado Journal also folded at six issues.
Koshiki No Te didn't make it that far (as far as I know).

Tim Shaw
Essex
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claas
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Re: Wadoworld

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Oh, maybe I should have been more precise. I meant wadoworld.com.
Lasse Candé
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blackcat
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Re: Wadoworld

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Tim49 wrote:Are you talking about the magazine?
If so I think it suffered the curse of the 'Six Issues'.
Ben Pollock's excellent Wado Journal also folded at six issues.
Koshiki No Te didn't make it that far (as far as I know).

Tim Shaw
Essex
UK
Magazine are hard work though, really, they need lots of advertising to pay the cost of production. Getting to six issues is a challenge for sure. Currently, the only long running magazine I am aware of is the Shotokan one which is a quarterly. Shotokan also has a much bigger pool from which contributions can be drawn.

Apart from Wado Journal, there was also a Canadian Wado Journal it seems - just came across these today:

http://www.wadoryu.ca/node/242

There are a few more Wado Journal articles here if anyone is craving reading material:

http://manchesterjkfwadokai.org/wado-journal/
Tesshu
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Re: Wadoworld

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Looks like the webpage is gone, but through the miracle of "Waybackmachine": https://web.archive.org/web/20051224194 ... index.html
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