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Types of Karate

Gj-ry
Gj-ry

Karate-do Tradicional: Tecnicas BasicasHigaonna, Morio (2001). The …

Isshin-ry
Isshin-ry

Isshinryu No Megami (一心流の女神), or for short, Megami (女神, goddess) is the symbol of Isshin-ryu.It is represented on the Isshin-ryu crest and is often displayed on the front wall of the dojo next to a picture of Tatsuo Shimabuku.

Kyokushin
Kyokushin

Kyokushin (極真) is a style of stand-up, full contact karate, founded in 1964 by Korean-Japanese Masutatsu Oyama (大山倍達, Ōyama Masutatsu). "Kyokushin" is Japanese for "the ultimate truth.". It is rooted in a philosophy of self-improvement, discipline and hard training.

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Shit-ry
Shit-ry

His expertise in Shito-Ryu Karate-do has made a great impact on many karate-ka throughout the world. Traditional Karate-do Federation International headquarters is located in Grants Pass, Oregon. Hayashi-ha Shitō-ryū-kai: founded by Teruo Hayashi, student of Kōsei Kokuba in 1970. [non-primary source ...

Shotokan
Shotokan

Shotokan (松濤館, Shōtōkan) is a style of karate, developed from various martial arts by Gichin Funakoshi (1868–1957) and his son Gigo (Yoshitaka) Funakoshi (1906–1945).

Shrin-ry
Shrin-ry

Shōrin-ryū (少林流) is one of the major modern Okinawan martial arts and is one of the oldest styles of karate.It was named by Choshin Chibana in 1933, but the system itself is much older.

Wad-ry
Wad-ry

The second video, "Wadō-ryū Karate Volume 2," consists of: more history; the kata Chintō, Niseishi, Rōhai, Wanshu, and Jitte; as well as Kihon-Kumite 6-10, along with application. In 1966, Ōtsuka was awarded the Order of the Rising Sun, Fifth Class by Emperor Hirohito for his dedication to the introduction and teaching of karate.

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