- Aikikai Hombu Dojo – Aikido World Headquarters
The Aikikai Foundation, officially recognized by the Japanese government in 1940, was founded in order to preserve and promote the ideals of the true Aikido.
- Aikido Journal Magazine
- The Aikido FAQ – Online Dictionary
- Aikido Today Calendar of Events
- Aiki Web
- Aikido Dot Com
- Aikido Association of America – AAA
- Aikido of South Florida – Aikido of South Florida is one of the few and fortunate dojos in the United States that offers an uchideshi program to students all around the world.
- Aikido OnLine – A complete Aikido interactive magazine and information resource.
- Aikido of Missoula – At Aikido of Missoula a balanced approach is sought in which martial awareness and technical effectiveness serve as the foundation for a vigorous, sensitive exploration of the profound principles of Aiki.
- Bujin Design – Interesting Site.
- Classical Martial Arts Resource – This introduction will help you get started with articles and resources on the martial arts of the Japanese samurai.
- Cool Rain – Videos for sale
- Enso dojo – Enso is an ancient international symbol of inner strength, harmony, community and peace. Enso comes from the Japanese language and literally means an “open” circle. Dojo is another Japanese word that means school. A literal translation of Enso Dojo would be the Open Circle School. Although our name is from the Japanese language, and inspired by the principles of Aikido, a Japanese martial art, we are an international community arts school. Enso Dojo is a nonprofit, nonsectarian, nondenominational, grassroots community educational organization dedicated to building strong, sustainable communities by teaching peacekeeping skills through the study of martial arts, nature, languages, technology, communication, literacy and international arts.
- Round-Earth Publishing – Round Earth Publishing was founded in 1996. We publish two best-selling Aikido books, Ki in Aikido and Aikido Exercises for Teaching and Training. We stock other teaching and training materials for Aikido and Martial Arts, and will be expanding to cover Medical and Health Issues. We also provide patterns/kits for a variety of projects. Our hakama pattern for Aikido and other martial arts is easy to make and sturdily constructed for long wear on the mat. Our videos range from Kurosawa’s classic samurai films (such as “Hidden Fortress,” the inspiration for “Star Wars”), to Bruce Bookman’s instructional videos on ukemi, the art of falling safely.
- Shugenkai – Welcome to Shugenkai! We’re glad you dropped by. Shugenkai is a group of people dedicated to the study and practice of Aikido. Shugenkai teaches the style of Aikido known as Aikido Yuishinkai, founded by Master Koretoshi Maruyama.