Just got this from Mr. Davey:

This is just a quick note to let you know that we recently completed another
issue of the Michi Online: Journal of Japanese Cultural Arts. It's one of our
largest issues to date, and we hope everyone enjoys it. Just drop by
http://www.michionline.org, and take a look at the following articles:

Perceptions of the Shadowy World ~ Vinayak Bharne explores the significance
of darkness and shadow in the aesthetics of Japanese architecture.

Pacific Northwest Judo: The Seattle Dojo, 1924-1953 ~ Joseph Svinth traces
the early history of judo in the USA's Pacific Northwest.

Excerpt from The Japanese Way of the Flower: Ikebana as Moving Meditation ~
An excerpt from Ann Kameoka and H. E. Davey's book on kado, the Way of
Japanese flower arrangement.

Kobara Ranseki Calligraphy Demonstrations ~ Ann Kameoka reports on two
demonstrations of Japanese calligraphy by Kobara Ranseki, Shihan of the
Ranseki Sho Juku calligraphy school.

Review of Taira Shinken: Father of Ryukyu Kobudo ~ H. E. Davey reviews the
newly released video by Kansha Productions chronicling the life of Okinawan
kobudo legend Taira Shinken.

Announcing Michi: Japanese Arts & Ways ~ Stone Bridge Press launches a new
imprint focused on Japanese arts. ~ by Kevin Heard

We've also got some new links in our popular Michi Links section, and we'll
be adding more terms to our online glossary soon. Let us know if you happen
to see any dead links or if you know of a website that other readers might
enjoy.


Sincerely,

H. E. Davey
Editor--Michi Online
President--Sennin Foundation, Inc.