• Toyama Ryu 9/19: Shin Gyo So
  • Toyama Ryu 9/5 and 9/7: Nidan no Waza Kumitachi- long form: attacking side Soto/Uchi, Inshin/Irimi, Mawari/Kaiten
  • Toyama Ryu 8/22 and 8/25: Tameshigiri- levels 4 and 5 requirements for Shodan and Nidan respectively
  • Toyama Ryu 7/4 and 7/6: Toyama Ryu Jokyu 5-8
  • Toyama Ryu 6/27 and 6/29: Toyama Ryu Jokyu 1-4; Applications of the Battoho
  • Toyama Ryu 6/20 and 6/22: Nidan no Kata; Santen, Suburi-Santen Ma Yoko, Yoko Giri Santen, Kiriage Santen
  • Advanced Toyama Ryu 6/13: Toyama Ryu Kumitachi – Attacks #4-6
  • Toyama Ryu 6/5 and 6/8: Tameshigiri- Kiriage, Kesa Kiriage, Santen, Battoho Santen, Yoko Giri
  • Advanced Toyama Ryu 6/5: Toyama Ryu Kumitachi 1-3- Attacking side
  • Toyama Ryu Advanced 5/29: Toyama Ryu Kumitachi #6
  • Toyama Ryu 5/29 and 6/1: Tameshigiri- Basic Set plus Sayu Kesa, Battodo Advanced; Difference between Battoho and Battodo
  • Toyama Ryu 5/23 and 5/25: Battoho Juji Yohonme and Gohonme; Nidan no Waza- Tsuki – long form- attacking side
  • Advanced Toyama Ryu 5/23: Toyama Ryu Kumitachi #4-5
  • Advanced Toyama Ryu 5/16: Toyama Ryu Kumitachi- 1-3
  • Toyama Ryu 5/16 and 5/18: Battoho Juji- 1-3 regular and replacing footwork; Kumitachi- Nidan no Waza- Tsuki long form- defense
  • Toyama Ryu 5/9 and 5/11: Toyama Ryu Kata 5-8- Gunto Soho and Battodo; Kesa/kiriage and Kesa/yoko- Stepping forward and back; Attacks for Nidan no Waza Thrusting
  • Toyama Ryu 5/2 and 5/4: Kesa Giri, Kiriage, and Yogo Giri- Makuri and Sayu Giri versions; Toyama Ryu Kata 1-4-Battodo and Gunto Soho; Nidan no Waza Kumitachi – long form
  • Toyama Ryu 4/24 and 4/27: Santen Giri, Santen Mayoko, Kiriage Santen, Yoko Giri Santen; Shodan no Waza – Maki Osae Nidan no Waza- Sayu uke, Tsuki-gote, Joge Soto Uchi, Inshin Irimi, Mawari Kaiten
  • Toyama Ryu 4/18 and 4/20: Happo Giri (8 Cuts) Kumitachi- Maki Osae- Wrapping block, Harai Uke- Sweeping block, Maki Otoshi- Dropping Block, Hiji Gote- Cutting the Wrist
  • Toyama Ryu (Sword) 4/13: Transition between Kiriage and Kesa in Happo Giri; Shodan no Waza, Kumitachi all levels
  • Toyama Ryu (Sword) 4/11: Basic Cuts and advanced variations Shinchoku giri-Shinchoku giri and Thrust, Kesa Giri- Kesa Sayu, Tsuki and Sideways Tsuki, Kiriage- Kesa Kiriage; Yoko Giri- Kesa Yoko Giri; Goho Battoho (Drawing)- Ipponme and Nihonme with advanced pivoting footwork
  • Summary Toyama Ryu 4/6: Goho Battoho- 5 Draws- Kihon (Basic), Jokyu (Advanced), Santen Giri and Santen Mayoko (3 Cuts) and Goten (5 Cuts) with regular and replacing footwork
  • Summary Toyama Ryu 4/4: Basic Cuts- Shinchoku Giri (straight Cut), Kesa Giri (diagonal Cut), Tsuki (Thrust), Kiriage (cut up), Yoko Giri (Horizontal Cut) Happo no Kamae- 8 Stances; Happo Giri- 8 Cuts; Shodan no Waza Kumitachi- Kihon Ichi and Ni- Basic Defenses- Sankaku Uke, Kirigaeshi, Maki Uchi, Kaeshi Uchi

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