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Martial Art, Traditional
What is Iaido?
Iaido (pronounced e-eye-do) encompasses hundreds of styles of swordsmanship, all of which subscribe to non-combative aims and purposes. Iaido is an intrinsic form of Japanese modern budo.
Iaido is a reflection of the morals of the classical warrior and to build a spiritually harmonious person possessed of high intellect, sensitivity, and resolute will. Iaido is for the most part performed solo as kata, executing changed strategies against single or various imaginary rivals. Every kata starts and finishes with the sword sheathed. Notwithstanding sword method, it requires creative ability and determination to keep up the inclination of a genuine battle and to keep the kata new.
Dissimilar to kendo, iaido is never honed in a free-competing way. It would simply be too dangerous.
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