sábado, 26 de mayo de 2018

Correcciones acertadas

lunes, 21 de mayo de 2018

Queso al whisky...Hicks!!!!!


Si tienes un queso que no acaba de gustarte y quieres darle una salida airosa siempre puedes cortarlo a cuadrados y dejarlo sumergido en whisky (no uses un malta de 16 años por Dios q es pecado) unos tres meses en un lugar sin luz o cubierto por completo. Para este experimento he usado un whisky barato (muy barato) q tampoco es cuestión que te salga más caro el invento que lo que vale un buen queso o un whisky decente. Con el tiempo el whisky penetra en el queso, le quita grasa y lo deja aromatizado (al menos esa es la teoría). Ya os contaré lechones!

El Lechón viajero en Cartagena (de Índias)

 Con un poco de retraso unas imágenes de mi viaje a Cartagena de Indias. Demasiado trabajo a la vuelta...

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Samurai Wars

Following the Battle of Hakusukinoe against Tang China and Silla in 663 AD that led to a Japanese retreat from Korean affairs, Japan underwent widespread reform. One of the most important was that of the Taika Reform, issued by Prince Naka no Ōe (Emperor Tenji) in 646 AD. This edict allowed the Japanese aristocracy to adopt the Tang dynasty political structure, bureaucracy, culture, religion, and philosophy. As part of the Taihō Code, of 702 AD, and the later Yōrō Code, the population was required to report regularly for census, a precursor for national conscription. With an understanding of how the population was distributed, Emperor Mommu introduced a law whereby 1 in 3–4 adult males was drafted into the national military. These soldiers were required to supply their own weapons, and in return were exempted from duties and taxes. This was one of the first attempts by the Imperial government to form an organized army modeled after the Chinese system. It was called "Gundan-Sei" (軍団制) by later historians and is believed to have been short-

sábado, 19 de mayo de 2018

Real things

剣道八段の世界①~Kendo 8th dan Examination~

Martial artist and kendo expert Alex Bennett explains the intricacies of scoring an ippon. We also reveal the depth and subtleties of the exam that evaluates candidates for kendo's highest rank of 8th dan, which with its pass rate of less than 1% is considered the most difficult exam of any kind in Japan. We introduce kendoka hoping to reach the elusive grade, a lifelong challenge for many.

miércoles, 16 de mayo de 2018

Giant Pho Weighs 13 Pounds. Could you eat it?

At Dong Thap Noodles in Seattle, you can order a bowl of pho that weighs nearly 13 pounds. The meal is composed of three pounds of noodles, meat, and liters of broth, respectively. It's meant for a family of six to seven people, but if you can finish the bowl within 90 minutes, you get a $500 reward. Only three people have successfully completed the challenge.

lunes, 14 de mayo de 2018

Sword Sparring: Fast Attacks But No Brute Force

  In sword sparring or free-play, safety is a constant debate. Some people want more safety, others want to reduce safety in order to increase realism for more "authentic" training.
     However, from what I've learnt from my teachers, you can enjoy safety yet train in a realistic manner, provided that you've been taught authentically. 

Iaido Demonstration Japanese Martial Arts Highlights 2016

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jueves, 10 de mayo de 2018

Nippon Jin Project. Mariko Kimura

sábado, 5 de mayo de 2018


Understand that the essence of martial arts is not the art itself, but what's hidden deep within you...