Name The name of the kata is usually written in kana as 白樽の棍. In standard Japanese this is pronounced “Shirotaru no Kon.” In Okinawan dialect it is pronounced “Shiratarū nu Kun” シラタルーヌクン. Otherwise the name is also sometimes written in … Continue reading
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Tagged Chinen Masami, Inoue Motokatsu, Izumikawa Kantoku, Kishaba-ha Yamanni-ryu, Kyan Shinei, Ryukonkai, Shirotaru, Shirotaru no Kon, Shotokai, Taira Shinken, Yamane-ryu
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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