Re: [SCA-JML] Groups of Japanese Reenactors in Eastern Pennsylvania Area?
- On Wed, Dec 26, 2012 at 10:57 PM, JL Badgley <tatsushu@...> wrote:
>AFAIK there are no members of Yamakaminari in the Philly area; the
> On Wed, Dec 26, 2012 at 10:06 PM, Kevin <sixteenthlwfd@...> wrote:
> > Good evening everyone. I've been lurking for a while reading the various
> > articles and perusing the links here and figured I would post a search for
> > fellow Japanese Historical Reenactors in or around my general area.
> > I live just outside of Philadelphia, PA and would love to know if there
> > were any groups devoted to Japanese historical reenactment (anywhere from
> > 1100's to 1600's or even later into the Edo era) groups within traveling
> > distance that got together for events or anything.
> Mokurai-bozu and his wife live in the general vicinity, though I know that
> they have been digging into other areas of the world, of late. You may
> also find members of Clan Yamakaminari in the area.
closest you get is myself and others in Pittsburgh, and Sir Yoshitsune
and his folks in Albany (though I think he has a squire in NYC).
Sorry we aren't able to be more geographically available to assist.
But thanks for the props, Ii. :)
> This is one place to find them, but you may also want to try posting toSir Koredono
> http://tousando.proboards.com to see if you can flush out others.
> -Ii Katsumori