Born December 8th, 1987 in Tokyo
Graduated from Keio University's Faculty of Law.
Started Kendo at 5 years old at the Tokyo-budokan (located in Ota-ku, Tokyo), and continued kendo club activities throughout Keio junior high school and Keio high school, and during Keio University Athletic Association's Kendo association, as well as Nomura Securities' Kendo association.
Started Kendo Experience services in 2016.
Major kendo accomplishments include:
・Second place in Kanagawa prefecture's high school kendo tournament
・Best 8 in Kanto students' new player tournament
・Best 16 in All-Japan Business Organization Kendo Tournament, etc.
Kenshi is obviously very experienced in Kendo and keen to share his knowledge. He is very friendly and although there is a bit of a language barrier at times it does not take away from the experience. We were met and taken back to the train station which was very helpful as there is no way we would have found the Dojo by ourselves. The whole experience took about 1hr 30minutes which I think was just about right given it's quite a physical tour. I was able to watch and take lots of pictures and a few videos so we have a record of what my husband and sons did. Would recommend the tour but NOT call it a Samurai tour - it is quite misleading as it is a KENDO experience.