This article sheds some light on the possible influence of karate on the establishment of the “Seiryoku Zen’yo Kokumin Taiiku no Kata”. The “Seiryoku Zen’yo Kokumin Taiiku no Kata” (in the following SZKTK) is a collection of combative movement exercises, created … Continue reading
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Tagged Funakoshi Gichin, Gima Shinkin, Hakuda, Judo, Kano Jigoro, Kano Jiu-jitsu, Kenpo, Kodokan Judo, Motobu Choki, Okinawa Karate, Seiryoku Zen'yo Kokumin Taiiku
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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
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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Tagged Fujiwara Ryozo, Gima Shinkin, Iwai Tsukuo, Kakutogi no Rekishi, Karate no Rekishi, Karate-do Kata Taikan, Kindai Karatedo no Rekishi wo Kataru, Koden Ryukyu Todejutsu, Miyagi Tokumasa, Sakagami Ryusho