Monthly Archives: September 2014

Applied Science in Karate

s there a theory that should be looked into as an applied science in karate? I mean, if you had a lot of time at hand? If you’d ask me, it would definitely not be “Ki“. Rather, it would be the physical laws … Continue reading

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Goju-ryu’s Higa Seiko demonstrating a technique from the end of “Kakufaa”

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June 10, 2009, with late Soke Nagamine Takayoshi

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Small extra for “Karate 1.0”

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Hidari-gomon: the coat-of-arms of the Royal Sho family of the Ryukyu Kingdom

his is about the coat-of-arms of the royal Sho family of Ryuku, found to be used extensively in dojo and association emblems. I start right off without long explanations, and no further discussing the problems in perception and usage of … Continue reading

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On the lavish use of terminology as regards cultural properties of Japan

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