Kyudo is among the oldest of the Asian martial arts. It has evolved over centuries and remains one of the purest forms of the martial arts still practiced today. There is no combat in kyudo. In fact, the routine of preparing the bow and arrow, then shooting, is the same place to place, rank to rank. Those who study kyudo aim to develop themselves through the study and perfection of kyudo.
Chief instructor for Indiana Kyudo Renmei is Takako Matsui Swain, Renshi Rokudan (Instructor, 6th dan).
|Day-to-day instruction is overseen by||Steven Shiffman|