Bosco Gurin 2019
Aikido has been developed in the dojo.
The Aikido of Ueshiba, not that of Takeda. In Japan, there are still people who practice Aikido in Takeda style. But they call it Ju-Jutsu. When I say Ju-Jutsu, I mean more or less the kind of Takeda. People come to practice and practice with a partner of the same level. So fifth Kyu with fifth Kyu, and they practice only techniques of the fifth Kyu. And accordingly first Dan with first Dan, and second Dan with second Dan. The master does not even have to be present. People practice for themselves, and the master looks over when he wants to and explains and corrects something. That's the way in Ju-Jutsu.