The Team

Sensei - Pam Parker

From 1983, I have been a student, and later, instructor at Ken Zen dojo, NYC.

I received 4-dan in 1997, at the AJKF International Iaido Festival in Kyoto.

In 2001, in Hyogo Prefecture, I received 5-dan.

In 2007, at the AUSKF Iaido seminar, held in Omaha, I received 6-dan.

In 2008, at the AUSKF Iaido seminar, held at Bryn Mawr, PA, I received Renshi.

In 2014, in Japan, I received 7-dan.

In 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2009, in AUSKF Iaido Taikai, Nakanishi Hai, awarded First Place.

Since 2001, I regularly travel for training to Japan, Europe and around the US.

In Japan, I study with Oshita Masakazu Sensei (Iaido 8dan) of Kobe, Hyogo Prefecture.

In 2004, and 2006 at the invitation of the Northern California Iaido Federation, I taught a 2-day Iaido seminar in San Francisco.

Since 2001, I have been an assistant instructor, co-instructor and examiner for the yearly East Coast Iaido seminar.

For the last three years, since 2009, I have participated in Kyoto Taikai, Iaido section.

Seminar Coordinator
Bradley Anderson
Bradley is the head instructor of the Musoshindenryu Iaido - Agassiz Dojo, and organizer of this event. Bradley spent eleven years in Japan, and studied kendo for about 3 years, and has a kendo rank of shodan. From 1999 until April of 2007, Bradley studied Musoshindenkoryu and the approved Zen Nihon Kendo Renmei seitei kata under the tutelage of Fujio Takeda Sensei. Bradley moved back to the United States in 2007 and established the Agassiz Dojo where he currently teaches iaido. Bradley has a ZNKR rank of 4dan for iaido.

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