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Mündliche Traditionen über Higa Seiko und Higaonna Kanryō

Folgende Artikel stammen aus dem Werk „Karate Denshin-roku (Jōkan), 2005: 46–51“ von Kinjō Akio. Übersetzung von Andreas Quast. Überlieferer mündlicher Tradition von Generation zu Generation: Über Higa Seikō Sensei Etwa 1955, zur Zeit meiner Immatrikulation an der Universität von Ryūkyū, … Continue reading

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On the distinction between Shuri-te and Tomari-te

Translator’s note: The Japanese language version of this article published on the Motobu-ryū website has sparked a lot of interest among the international karate and Ryūkyū bugei community. In addition, there was a request for a translation. For this reason I translated it here with … Continue reading

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On the 108 Kakie-techniques of the Senbukai

ringing practical applications back into everday karate is a favorite pastime. Various methodology is used to find ever new applications, ranging from trial-and-error, comparative studies, scientific approach, to progressive traditionalism, all with good results. In addition, a differentiation between armed and unarmed as well … Continue reading

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