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Toshiro Suga at the International training of aikido in Lesneven, 2006

Toshirō Suga (born August 22, 1950) is an aikido instructor. He holds the rank of 7th dan Aikikai.

Born in Tokyo, his aikido teachers include Morihei Ueshiba and Morihiro Saito. For many years he taught military forces in Canada. He takes part in international seminars.

He had a brief career in cinema, thanks in part to his student Michael G. Wilson, where his best known part was as Chang in the 1979 James Bond film Moonraker.

He currently lives in Paris.


About aikido



Toshirô Suga started judo at age 15 in the Tokyo police force dojo. At the age of 17(1968), guided by his father's advice, he began Aikido in the Aikikai Hombu Dojo in Tokyo. For the following year and a half, he had the daily teaching of Morihei Ueshiba during the 15h00 class of Sadateru Arikawa sensei.

He also attended the daily classes of Mitsugi Saotome, Akira Tohei, Yasuo Kobayashi, Tohei Koichi, Kisshōmaru Ueshiba and of Morihiro Saito.


Toshirô Suga arrives in France during the summer 1971. That's when he met Nobuyoshi Tamura sensei.

He is now in working (Chargé d'Enseignement National) with the FFAB, and is 6th dan. He gives his teaching all year long in his dojo and during seminar around the world.

Teaching aïkido



  • Moonraker, Lewis Gilbert, 1979 : Chang
  • Tout dépend des filles..., Pierre Fabre, 1980 : Takashi
  • Le Bouffon (TV), Guy Jorré, 1981 : the Japanese
  • Charlots connection, Jean Couturier, 1984 :

Aïkido DVD

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