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Denmark

Kyudo in Denmark is mainly practiced in the capital of Copenhagen, but with people from all over the country coming to visit now and again for corrections. We have a very international environment, with people from all over the world, so english is often the main language.

We train Shomen Bushakei, but welcome all other styles and schools.

Date of Establishment 23 October 2009
President Name Nicolai Sichlau
Secretary Name Lea Rosana
Number of Members
Shogo/Dan Numbers
4 Dan : 1     3 Dan : 1     2 Dan : 2     Sho Dan : 6
Ungraded : 19
Total : 29
Office Address Dansk Kyudoforbund
C/O Nicolai Sichlau
Rønneholmsvej 33, 1
2610 Rødovre
Tel/Fax +45 22809840
E-mail secretary@kyudo.dk
ns@kyudo.dk
Web Site http://www.kyudo.dk/
Main Practice Place(s) Kedelhallen - Nyelandsvej 75A, 2000 Frederiksberg
Activities to promote Kyudo Japanese cultural arrangements and demonstrations at manga/jpop and classical budo festivals.
 

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