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The Karate Kid and Shoreikan

Shoreikan teaches spiritual growth as well as a proper mindset for martial arts through Okinawa Goju-Ryu Karate Katas and traditional Karate exercises and training. Mr. Seikichi Toguchi wrote a book titled “Karate no Kokoro (The Spirit of Karate).” In this book, he states that the essence of Karate lies in spiritual growth. ■The screenwriter for the movie The Karate Kid trained at a Shoreikan dojo Mr. Miyagi in The Karate Kid (right)© Sony Pictures The script for The Karate Kid was written by Robert Mark Kamen, screenwriter for the Transporter series and Taken, based on his own life experiences. In […]

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Access Soto Zen Tahosan Joganji (Joganji) [Living plants] Honcho, Nakano-ku, Tokyo, 2-26-6 [Transportation] Metro Marunouchi Line, Oedo Line Nakanosakaue get off the Marunouchi line side ① number exit Hatsudai direction f 3-minute walk ※ bamboo fence of a large billboard-tall toothpick of Dharma is the mark.

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Joining the Dojo Shorei-Kan Dojo-Kun Shorei-Kan Karate Precepts Warera Karate-Do Wo Osamuru Mono Wa Those who follow the Path of Karate Hitotsu Reisetsu Wo Totobu Besh One – Be courteous and respectful Hitotsu Wa No Kokoro Wo Yashinau Beshi One – Develop a serene and harmonious outlook Hitotsu Nintai Surukoto Wo Manabu Beshi One – Study the value of perseverance and patience Hitotsu Shoujin Ni Tessu Beshi One – Work towards self-improvement in all aspects of life Hitotsu Kokoro To Waza No Icchi Ni Tsutomu Beshi One – Strive to cultivate both spirit and technical skill Hitotsu Karate-Do No Shinjo […]

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. […]