Japanese Martial Arts Book - Japanese Traditional Karate Shoutoukan Kata Hiroshi Shoji
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1cm 0 1/2"
21cm 8 1/4"
Tilte Japanese Traditional Karate-Shoutoukan Kata 1
Publication Year 1985
Author Shoji Hiroshi
Originally,author seems to have planned to publish this Karate Kata series as 2Volumes Set.I called this publisher directly.They said finally Vol2 wasn't published．
Shotokan-ryu is a school of karate, developed from various martial arts by Gichin Funakoshi (1868?1957) and his son Yoshitaka Funakoshi (1906?1945). Gichin Funakoshi is widely recognized as having brought karate from Okinawa to mainland Japan, although Kenwa Mabuni, Ch?ki Motobu, and other Okinawan karate masters were actively teaching karate in Japan prior to this point. Sh?t? ("pine waves") was Funakoshi's pen-name, while kan means "house." Hence, sh?t?-kan was the name of the hall where Funakoshi trained his students.
Shotokan is one of the four traditional karate styles, the others being G?j?-ry?, Shit?-ry?, and Wad?-ry?. Although it began as a unified karate school that developed into the Japan Karate Association, Shotokan now exists as several independent organizations.
Text in English.Easy to understand!
Softcover w/dust jacket
approx 180 pages w/many photos
approx. 15cm ×21cm
If you are interested in Japanese Karate,this book would be a great collection for you!
Slight yellowing and stains on the cover and pages.But it is in very good condition overall.
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