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SEKO, SEIICHI

(c. 1910-c. 1999). An associate of Kinya FUJITA, began training at the AIKIKAI HOMBU DOJO shortly after World War II and was one of the guiding influences in the early days of the Aikikai. A member of the Aikikai Foundation and served as the General Secretary of the INTERNATIONAL AIKIDO FEDERATION.

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