Aikido Necklace

Kanji Aikido Necklace

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Kanji Aikido Symbol Necklace: Aikido is often translated as “the way of harmonious spirit.” One of the goals of Aikido is to allow a practitioner to defend themselves but also avoid causing serious harm to the attacker. To that end, Aikido techniques redirecting the attackers momentum and using it against them.

Celebrate all that is Aikido with our Kanji Aikido necklace.

Each pendant is individually hand painted – no two are alike, each is as unique as the person who wears them.

Custom Kanji Necklaces – we love to make Custom Kanji Necklaces. If you have a Kanji symbol, a word, phrase or tattoo the you want made into a Kanji necklace, we would be pleased to make it for you – contact us  and tell us what you want!

About Kanji Necklaces

Our Kanji necklaces feature a 2mm round leather cord with a unique interlocking clasp – easy to connect and disconnect but secure. The hand painted Kanji pendants are specifically made for us, you will not find them anywhere else – size: 45mm (1.75 inches) and 15mm (1/2 inch) wide.

The origins of Kanji and Kanji calligraphy date back to the 3rd century when fleeing Buddhist monks from China found sanctuary in Japan. Free from persecution, the monks developed a highly creative form of Kanji art which we see today.

Many eastern traditional spiritual leaders believe that through Kanji the inner Ki (Chi) is both re-affirmed and strengthened. As in yoga and the martial arts, connecting with the inner self brings focus – focus brings peace of mind, body and spirit.

Each Kanji symbol is representative of a persons inner Ki/Chi (spirit). Express and strengthen your own inner Ki/Chi with our unique handmade uisex Kanji pendant necklaces.

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