Cambridge Aiki Dojo

Useful links

We have made a list of aikido-related websites, online resources, and links to other dojo websites, that we think you may find useful, as well as various other sites of interest.

NOTE: Cambridge Aiki Dojo is not responsible for the content of external website. And it might not be a good idea to watch videos and listen to podcasts at work... !

If you know of a good site that you think we should link here, talk to Francis at class...

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Organisations and Dojos

Komyokan Aikido Association (KAA) - the aikido organisation to which we belong

Aikikai World Headquarters - Hombu Dojo website (Tokyo)

Joint Aikikai Council - the umbrella organisation for hombu dojo (Aikikai headquarter in Japan) recognised dojos in the UK, which the KAA belongs to

The British Aikido Board - the governing body for aikido in the UK

Cambridge Aiki Dojo is on Facebook

General aikido information

The Aikido-Web - find out about clubs worldwide

Aikido - the Way of Harmony podcast - Thoughts, Interviews and Audio Casts on Aikido, the Martial Art

45 min on Aikido by National Geographic - a good introduction to Aikido

Aikitube - aikido video collection

The Aikido FAQ - answers (nearly) everything you have always wanted to know about Aikido

Aikido World Web Journal - interview, articles, announcements, etc. - A lot of information, interviews and videos on Aikido, Life in Japan and Diato-Ryu Aiki-Jujutsi by former dojo member Guillaume Erard (Media Architect and Archives Director / Webmaster of the International Aikido Federation).


Nine Circles - where you can buy weapons, dogis, and other martial arts equipment. Remeber - talk to Matt before you buy anything, since he is able to get a price discount on orders for our club

Zanshin - if you happen to be over in Paris, and you have time and money to spend, you might want to visit this martial arts store... The website is available in French and English.

Living Sport - the Cambridge and Peterborough sports partnership

Kaetsu Centre - Educational and Cultural Centre, Cambridge



"Everyone has a spirit that can be refined, a body that can be trained in some manner, a suitable path to follow. You are here for no other purpose than to realize your inner divinity and manifest your innate enlightenment. Foster peace in your own life and then apply the Art to all that you encounter"

Morihei Ueshiba