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Absolutely, positively, do not miss going to the dojo of Jim Thompson. He is one of two or three national treasures of Uechi Ryu in this country. It's difficult to describe the combination of humility, experience (in the Futenma dojo with Kanei Uechi), insight, athleticism, and wisdom that he brings to his practice and his teaching.
Sounds like something worth checking out.About 1/4 mi. straight south of Thompson's dojo is
a mid eastern restaurant Shawarma King..small place,great food, buffet style and easy on the wallet.
Will do.The violent crimes in K-zoo have gone up. Those are my old stomping grounds. If you get the feeling you're in the wrong place... listen to your gut.
I haven't seen him in a while and I don't know what kind of health he's in. But even at half the speed and ability, he's a rare treat.
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