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    2014 Kodokan Calendar

    Post by gester on Fri Nov 22, 2013 5:24 pm

    The 2014 Kodokan calendar is available. The total cost is about $25.00 for delivery to the US. It took 6 days from ordering to signing for delivery in California.

    https://www.hint.jp/cgi-bin/kshop/kshop.pl/page=gk01.html/SID=PUT_SID_HERE

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    Last edited by gester on Fri Nov 22, 2013 5:28 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : clarity)
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    Re: 2014 Kodokan Calendar

    Post by BillC on Fri Nov 22, 2013 6:52 pm

    Our kancho likes the calendars of the tattooed (I presume) yakuza ladies I pick up from a little shop on a mobbed up side street  in Asakusa.  The native and un-photoshopped native artistry of these works sets a nice tone for our beer and barbecue room at the dojo.  Of course, in the public space are calendars from the Kodokan and Kintetsu World Express (how did we get on THEIR mailing list?).



    Last time in Asakusa I ran into NBK in fact, he was taking yet another visitor on a three hour tour of Tokyo.  Time for me to make another trip ... after watching the Tokyo Grand Slam of European Jacket Wrestling of course.


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    Re: 2014 Kodokan Calendar

    Post by NBK on Fri Nov 22, 2013 11:27 pm

    gester wrote:The 2014 Kodokan calendar is available. The total cost is about $25.00 for delivery to the US. It took 6 days from ordering to signing for delivery in California.

    https://www.hint.jp/cgi-bin/kshop/kshop.pl/page=gk01.html/SID=PUT_SID_HERE

    gester
    First class mail between Japan and US is normally very fast.

    Which did you get?

    There are two - a sports one of competition judo, and an historic calendar of interesting old photos. The historic one is always interesting, and has gotten more interesting the last couple of years. I cut out the photos and have several years'

    BillC wrote:Our kancho likes the calendars of the tattooed (I presume) yakuza ladies I pick up from a little shop on a mobbed up side street  in Asakusa.  The native and un-photoshopped native artistry of these works sets a nice tone for our beer and barbecue room at the dojo.  Of course, in the public space are calendars from the Kodokan and Kintetsu World Express (how did we get on THEIR mailing list?).

    Last time in Asakusa I ran into NBK in fact, he was taking yet another visitor on a three hour tour of Tokyo.  Time for me to make another trip ... after watching the Tokyo Grand Slam of European Jacket Wrestling of course.
    It's a short beer run from the Tokyo Taiikukan and the Grand Slam to the tattooed ladies!
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    Re: 2014 Kodokan Calendar

    Post by Cichorei Kano on Sat Nov 23, 2013 1:07 am

    NBK wrote:
    gester wrote:The 2014 Kodokan calendar is available. The total cost is about $25.00 for delivery to the US. It took 6 days from ordering to signing for delivery in California.

    https://www.hint.jp/cgi-bin/kshop/kshop.pl/page=gk01.html/SID=PUT_SID_HERE

    gester
    First class mail between Japan and US is normally very fast.  

    Which did you get?

    There are two - a sports one of competition judo, and an historic calendar of interesting old photos.  The historic one is always interesting, and has gotten more interesting the last couple of years. I cut out the photos and have several years'

    BillC wrote:Our kancho likes the calendars of the tattooed (I presume) yakuza ladies I pick up from a little shop on a mobbed up side street  in Asakusa.  The native and un-photoshopped native artistry of these works sets a nice tone for our beer and barbecue room at the dojo.  Of course, in the public space are calendars from the Kodokan and Kintetsu World Express (how did we get on THEIR mailing list?).

    Last time in Asakusa I ran into NBK in fact, he was taking yet another visitor on a three hour tour of Tokyo.  Time for me to make another trip ... after watching the Tokyo Grand Slam of European Jacket Wrestling of course.
    It's a short beer run from the Tokyo Taiikukan and the Grand Slam to the tattooed ladies!  
    Is that shorty female nidan jûdôka from Ôsaka in it this year ?


    Last edited by Cichorei Kano on Sat Nov 23, 2013 9:11 am; edited 1 time in total


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    Re: 2014 Kodokan Calendar

    Post by seatea on Sat Nov 23, 2013 8:47 am

    Not nude, not interested.Neutral

    EDIT: That second one does look pretty good actually.
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    Re: 2014 Kodokan Calendar

    Post by Yabanjames on Tue Nov 26, 2013 5:41 pm

    NBK wrote:
    gester wrote:The 2014 Kodokan calendar is available. The total cost is about $25.00 for delivery to the US. It took 6 days from ordering to signing for delivery in California.

    https://www.hint.jp/cgi-bin/kshop/kshop.pl/page=gk01.html/SID=PUT_SID_HERE

    gester
    First class mail between Japan and US is normally very fast.  

    Which did you get?

    There are two - a sports one of competition judo, and an historic calendar of interesting old photos.  The historic one is always interesting, and has gotten more interesting the last couple of years. I cut out the photos and have several years'

    BillC wrote:Our kancho likes the calendars of the tattooed (I presume) yakuza ladies I pick up from a little shop on a mobbed up side street  in Asakusa.  The native and un-photoshopped native artistry of these works sets a nice tone for our beer and barbecue room at the dojo.  Of course, in the public space are calendars from the Kodokan and Kintetsu World Express (how did we get on THEIR mailing list?).

    Last time in Asakusa I ran into NBK in fact, he was taking yet another visitor on a three hour tour of Tokyo.  Time for me to make another trip ... after watching the Tokyo Grand Slam of European Jacket Wrestling of course.
    It's a short beer run from the Tokyo Taiikukan and the Grand Slam to the tattooed ladies!  
    Count me in, Gents!  When are you going?
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    Re: 2014 Kodokan Calendar

    Post by BillC on Tue Nov 26, 2013 5:44 pm

    Yabanjames wrote:
    NBK wrote:
    gester wrote:The 2014 Kodokan calendar is available. The total cost is about $25.00 for delivery to the US. It took 6 days from ordering to signing for delivery in California.

    https://www.hint.jp/cgi-bin/kshop/kshop.pl/page=gk01.html/SID=PUT_SID_HERE

    gester
    First class mail between Japan and US is normally very fast.  

    Which did you get?

    There are two - a sports one of competition judo, and an historic calendar of interesting old photos.  The historic one is always interesting, and has gotten more interesting the last couple of years. I cut out the photos and have several years'

    BillC wrote:Our kancho likes the calendars of the tattooed (I presume) yakuza ladies I pick up from a little shop on a mobbed up side street  in Asakusa.  The native and un-photoshopped native artistry of these works sets a nice tone for our beer and barbecue room at the dojo.  Of course, in the public space are calendars from the Kodokan and Kintetsu World Express (how did we get on THEIR mailing list?).

    Last time in Asakusa I ran into NBK in fact, he was taking yet another visitor on a three hour tour of Tokyo.  Time for me to make another trip ... after watching the Tokyo Grand Slam of European Jacket Wrestling of course.
    It's a short beer run from the Tokyo Taiikukan and the Grand Slam to the tattooed ladies!  
    Count me in, Gents!  When are you going?
    Sunday ... does NBK have your keitai info? I think Dapper Dave may join in as well ... and Super Suave Sheldon is welcome.


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    Till Earth and Sky stand presently at God's great Judgment Seat;
    But there is neither East nor West, Border, nor Breed, nor Birth,
    When two strong men stand face to face, though they come from the ends of the earth!

    - Kipling
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    Re: 2014 Kodokan Calendar

    Post by Yabanjames on Tue Nov 26, 2013 6:13 pm

    BillC wrote:
    Yabanjames wrote:
    NBK wrote:
    gester wrote:The 2014 Kodokan calendar is available. The total cost is about $25.00 for delivery to the US. It took 6 days from ordering to signing for delivery in California.

    https://www.hint.jp/cgi-bin/kshop/kshop.pl/page=gk01.html/SID=PUT_SID_HERE

    gester
    First class mail between Japan and US is normally very fast.  

    Which did you get?

    There are two - a sports one of competition judo, and an historic calendar of interesting old photos.  The historic one is always interesting, and has gotten more interesting the last couple of years. I cut out the photos and have several years'

    BillC wrote:Our kancho likes the calendars of the tattooed (I presume) yakuza ladies I pick up from a little shop on a mobbed up side street  in Asakusa.  The native and un-photoshopped native artistry of these works sets a nice tone for our beer and barbecue room at the dojo.  Of course, in the public space are calendars from the Kodokan and Kintetsu World Express (how did we get on THEIR mailing list?).

    Last time in Asakusa I ran into NBK in fact, he was taking yet another visitor on a three hour tour of Tokyo.  Time for me to make another trip ... after watching the Tokyo Grand Slam of European Jacket Wrestling of course.
    It's a short beer run from the Tokyo Taiikukan and the Grand Slam to the tattooed ladies!  
    Count me in, Gents!  When are you going?
    Sunday ... does NBK have your keitai info?  I think Dapper Dave may join in as well ... and Super Suave Sheldon is welcome.
    Most Excellent. Will see what can be arranged. Domo domo.


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    Re: 2014 Kodokan Calendar

    Post by gester on Thu Dec 12, 2013 9:53 am

    FYI...The 2014 calendar has the week running from Monday thru Sunday!!! I hate that!!

    The last two years the calendars were Sunday thru Saturday.

    Not sure I'll get a 2015 calendar.

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    BillC

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    Re: 2014 Kodokan Calendar

    Post by BillC on Thu Dec 12, 2013 1:01 pm

    gester wrote:FYI...The 2014 calendar has the week running from Monday thru Sunday!!! I hate that!!

    The last two years the calendars were Sunday thru Saturday.

    Not sure I'll get a 2015 calendar.

    Gester

    Better than the Chinese work calendar ... M,T,W,Th,F,M,M,M,T,W,Th,F ...


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    Till Earth and Sky stand presently at God's great Judgment Seat;
    But there is neither East nor West, Border, nor Breed, nor Birth,
    When two strong men stand face to face, though they come from the ends of the earth!

    - Kipling
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    Re: 2014 Kodokan Calendar

    Post by Ryvai on Fri Dec 13, 2013 9:35 pm

    gester wrote:FYI...The 2014 calendar has the week running from Monday thru Sunday!!! I hate that!!

    What do you mean? You mean like the entire rest of the world does, except maybe USA?

    The entire world uses the metric system, except USA. One of many examples.. Join the rest of the world when it comes to standards please Smile


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