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Books 1.Books authored by Shoreikan Founder Seikichi Toguchi Karate no Kokoro 2,800 Yen + Shipping Shoreikan Karate Instructional Book vol.1 & Vol.2 Vol.1: 2,800 Yen + Shipping Vol.2: 4,000 Yen + Shipping ２.Books authored by Mr. Toshio Tamano Okinawa Karate Goju-Ryu Learn Karate from Miyagi Chojun’s Okinawa Karate
Shoreikan Karate Okinawa is known as the land of courtesy and respect as in the well-known monument “Shurei No Mon”. Shorei-Kan, named in reference to the importance of courtesy in Okinawa by one of Miyagi Chojun’s senior students, Toguchi Seikichi, opened its first Dojo in Koza city after the war in the Goju style. Toguchi Seikichi completed the work of Miyagi Chojun (cut short by the war) in continuing to expand the Fukyu Kata series with Gekiha, Kakuha and Hakutsuru Katas, and completed the Shorei-Kan teaching curriculum. Characteristics of Shorei-Kan Karate 1. Practice starts from basic Kata to more advanced […]
History The History of Karate Karate is the martial arts, characterized by punching and kicking using only fists and feet, born in Okinawa of the Ryukyu Kingdom era. There are many theories as to the origins of Karate. The usual understanding is that Chinese martial arts techniques were added to local fighting traditions (called Tee), and that Karate furthermore developed under the influence of traditional Japanese martial arts such as Jigen-Ryu. If we look at the development of Karate in Okinawa we can identify the main areas as being Shuri-Tomari and Naha and the arts named as Shurite and Nahate. […]