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Mr. T. Koei Kuwahara Sensei, L.Ac.

Watertown, MA

Mr. Kuwahara graduated from the Tokyo Therapeutic Institute in 1979. He researched and practiced meridian therapy for 15 years after graduating from TTI as an apprentice under Kodo Fukushima, renowned master and developer of the Toyo Hari system. Mr. Kuwahara has continued to develop the Hari (Japanese) style of acupuncture that draws from various systems practiced by his teachers: A. Okada, M. Ikeda, D. Shudo, T. Shiomi (Meridian therapy), K. Kudo (bloodletting), M. Tanioka (pediatrics), M. Nakagawa (Ki therapy), and 30 years of Aikido experience. He is an assistant professor at NESA and maintains a private practice in Watertown, MA.