Aikido Journal Home » Encyclopedia » FUTAKI, KENZO Aiki News Japan

FUTAKI, KENZO

(1873-1966). Epidemiologist. B. in Akita Prefecture. Graduate of Tokyo University and latter a professor at the same institution. Nicknamed "Dr. Brown Rice" because of his healthy dietary habits. Began training under Morihei Ueshiba in the late 1920s and continued through the KOBUKAN DOJO period. Also served on the board of directors of the KOBUKAI FOUNDATION established in 1940.

Related Images:

Subscription Required

The images associated with this entry may be viewed by Aikido Journal subscribers. Your subscriptions make possible the continuing development of this reference work. To view the related images please login below or if you are not a member click here to subscribe.

Username:
Password:
Remember my login information.