Aiki (film)

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Aiki
Aiki FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Daisuke Tengan
Produced by Hisao Iino
Shunsuke Koga
Yasushi Matsuda
Written by Daisuke Tengan
Starring Haruhiko Katô
Rie Tomosaka
Chiaki Hara
Music by Yôko Kumagai
Hidehiko Urayama
Cinematography Yi-shu Yi
Edited by Hirohide Abe
Release date(s) August 30, 2002
Running time 119 min.
Country Japan
Language Japanese / English / French

Aiki (styled as AIKI) is a film about a martial artist in a wheelchair. The film is from Japan and was released in 2002. It is loosely based on the life of a Danish practitioner of the Roppokai branch of Daitō-ryū Aiki-jūjutsu, Ole Kingston Jensen, who started training in Daitō-ryū after he was handicapped in an accident and now is the highest ranking non-Japanese member of the Roppokai.

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Aiki (martial arts principle)

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