Kagami Biraki Ceremony – About it

Kagami Biraki is a Japanese term that literally translates to “mirror opening” or “mirror breaking.” It is often used in the context of martial arts, particularly in traditional Japanese martial.

Kagami Biraki typically refers to a ceremony or event that marks the beginning of a new year in a martial arts school or club. During this ceremony, community members often engage in exercises, demonstrations, and rituals to signify the start of the new year and set the tone for the upcoming activities.


At the All Japan Budu Association, we use kagami biraki promotion to highlight our prominent members and make their promotions more festive.