Hiroki Nemoto was born on the 23rd of July 1950. From 1969 to 2002 he was an emplolyee of the Hitachi Company in Ibaraki.

Nemoto Sensei started training aikido in 1964 at the age of 14 and he studied for one year with O’Sensei – Morihei Ueshiba – the founder of aikido.

Nemoto Sensei then continued to study from 1974 to 2002 for Morihiro Saito Sensei in the Founders dojo in Iwama. He also travelled with Saito Sensei all over the world and has extensive experience in training and teaching aikido.

He recieved his 6th Dan Aikikai which he received in 1992. In January 2017 he also recieved his 7th Dan Aikikai.

Welcome to the homepage of Hiroki Nemoto Sensei, a 7th Dan aikido instructor located in Iwama, Kasama City, Ibaraki Prefecture in Japan.

Nemoto Sensei teaches aikido to both local students in the towns of Mito and Tsukuba in the Ibaraki prefecture.

Nemoto Sensei has an uchi deshi (rough translation: ‘live-in-student’) program where people from all over the world come and practice aikido (for a minmum period of 2 weeks) as an uchi deshi.

The uchi deshi are accomodated in a private house called ‘Aiki House’ in Iwama and studies for Nemoto Sensei as he teaches in Iwama, Tsukuba and Mito.

The uchi deshi program is open for both men and women from all over the world, and Nemoto Sensei has had people coming from Europe, Australia and United States to take part in his uchi deshi program.

For additional details on Nemoto Sensei we also recommend the ‘Nemoto Sensei Facebook group’.

In January 2017 Nemoto Sensei recieved his 7th Dan Aikikai from Doshu at the Kagamibiraki celebration.