Fujiwara Ryōzō, Eriguchi Ei’ichi: Kūken Shūsei no Michi (The Correct Way of Defense with Bare Hands). Kōdansha, Tōkyō 1983. 263 p. 31cm. Series: Nihon no Budō, No. 8: Karate-dō. Fujiwara Ryōzō: Kakutogi no Rekishi (History of Martial Arts). Baseball Magazine, … Continue reading
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ima Shinkin & Fujiwara Ryozo: Kindai Karate-do no Rekishi wo Kataru (Detailed Account on the History of Modern Karate-do: Dialogue [between Fujiwara and Gima]). Taidan. Bêsubôru Magajin-sha, Tokyo 1986. 411 p., 22cm. This book tells of the story of the … Continue reading
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ujiwara Ryozo: Kakutogi no Rekishi (The History of Weaponless Combat Sports). Bêsubôru Magajin-sha, Tokyo 1990. 766 p., 22cm. With this work Fujiwara did a phantastic job. While the part on western fighting systems is at least as good as the … Continue reading
oday I got a request for some rare Karate books, all of which are books written by experts for experts; and they are written in Japanese. Here they are: Fujiwara Ryozo: Kakutogi no Rekishi. Bêsubôru Magajin-sha, Tokyo 1990. Gima Shinkin … Continue reading
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