Upcoming Events at the Martial Arts History Museum

November 9, 2013 – 4 pm 

Please join us for an amazing moment in time as the Museum honors a legendary pioneer, Bill Ryusaki. If you are a past student, family member or friend, let’s all gather together at the Martial Arts History Museum in Burbank and express your thanks, compliments and acknowledgements.

The ceremony starts at 4 pm and will include a video look at his life, a unique biography read aloud, inspiring words from many guests, and the presentation of Bill Ryusaki’s uniform into the Museum’s collection.

Cost is only $8 and includes some goodies to enjoy. Plus, you get to check out the Museum as well.

This is a wonderful event and I encourage people to take time to show your appreciation to Sensei Bill Ryusaki.


November 16, 2013 – 6 pm to 8 pm 
Join us with this great Fundraising event at the Museum. Special chairs will line the Museum as you get to relax and get massaged. Admission into the Museum is FREE, how great is that. Cost for the massage is extremely minimal and a raffle will be help as the fundraiser for the Museum.

Even if you don’t get a massage, come by, say hi, hang out, have a lot of fun and maybe, you might just get a massage after all. It will be a great gathering of friends. It will be a lot of fun. 

First, if you need to renew  your membership, let’s is a great opportunity. If  you haven’t become a member yet, this is a great time. Memberships are Tax-Deductible so if you are paying a lot of taxes, you can pay less and get a Membership.

We are very excited to add our new MUSEUM MEDIA LIBRARY just for Members. New members will get a password and be able to view our biographies, special events, fun stuff and more. From history lessons to samurai swords seminars, you’ll enjoy this great library of information.




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