Iaido meaning and definition

Iaido meaning

Iaido is the art of reacting to a surprise attack by counter attacking with a sword. An in-depth reading of the Japanese characters for iaido is: I = being, AI = harmony, DO = way. "The way of harmonizing oneself in action." The Iaidoka (a practitioner of iaido) wields a sword: not to control the opponent, but to control himself. Iaido is mostly performed solo as a series of Waza. The Iaidoka executes various techniques against single or multiple imaginary opponents. Each Waza begins and ends with the sword sheathed. In addition to sword technique, practitioners require imagination and concentration in order to maintain the feeling of a real fight and to keep the Kata fresh. In order to properly perform the waza, Iaidoka also learn posture and movement, grip, and swing. Iaido is never practiced in a free-sparring manner.

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An Iaito is a practice sword used in the Japanese martial art, Iaido. Being very closely related to a ShinKen (True-Sword) it has a proper Tsuka, Kosherea, Saya and Tsuba etc. The only real difference (Appart from quality in most cases.) is that an Iaito doesn't have a sharp blade. The blade is usually made from a zinc alloy to stop it corroding and generally is of the same weight as a ShinKen. Remember that swords are not toys and they must be treated with respect and only within a dojo. There is no excuse for missusing a sword.


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