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SENSEI KIYOSHI YAMAZAKI EN VENEZUELA, 2010 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Howard S. High   
Monday, 27 December 2010 20:29
Last Updated on Thursday, 30 December 2010 21:46
 
Black Belt Exam Results - August 2010 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Howard S. High   
Sunday, 22 August 2010 22:45

The following individuals (listed in alphabetical order) passed their Black Belt examinations at the 2010 JKR Gasshuku.

Name

Rank 

Dojo

Allen, Gerry

5th Dan 

Kansas

Azure, Taylor

2nd Dan

North Dakota

Bang, Sapphire

1st Dan

Buena Park, CA

Belle-Isle, Paul

5th Dan 

St. Louis, MO

Best, Steve

3rd Dan

Kansas

Brokke, Deidra

2nd Dan

North Dakota

Choi, Joshua

1st Dan

Buena Park, CA

Clouse, Rebecca

1st Dan

UCI, CA

DeLeon, Claudia

2nd Dan

Buena Park, CA

Eagan, Chad

5th Dan

Buena Park, CA

Fitzpatrick, Michael

1st Dan

Tucson, Arizona

Forbes, Charles

4th Dan

Turks and Caicos

Getzan, Greg

3rd Dan

San Jose, CA

Harrington, Tyrone

1st Dan

South Bay, CA

High, Howard

7th Dan

 Maryland

Ijeoma, Chinyere

1st Dan

Bahamas

Kaneda, David

2nd Dan

San Jose, CA

Kwong, Jessica

2nd Dan

South Bay, CA

Lopez, Kayla

2nd Dan

Buena Park, CA

Martin, Patrick

5th Dan

Arizona

Matsumoto, Luca

1st Dan

San Jose, CA

Matthews, George

6th Dan

Anaheim, CA

Mori, Kentaro

1st Dan

San Jose, CA

Moss, Theophilus

1st Dan

Bahamas

Nguyen, Bruce

4th Dan

Buena Park, CA

Nguyen, Jasmine

1st Dan

Buena Park, CA

Nguyen, Robin

4th Dan

Buena Park, CA

Oberkirch, Mark

5th Dan

Houston, Texas

Ortiz, Rudy

 5th Dan

South Bay, CA

Petrossian, Ashot

4th Dan

Anaheim, CA

Robinson, Meg

4th Dan

Anaheim, CA

Robles, Lizza

1st Dan

Buena Park, CA

Rodriguez, Fabio

4th Dan

Kansas

Senger, Rick

5th Dan

North Dakota

Shane, Kubbi

2nd Dan

Anaheim, CA

Shimanouchi, Izumi

2nd Dan

San Jose, CA

Slocum, Cathy

4th Dan

Kansas

Tan, Nelson

6th Dan

California

Tromp, Felix

5th Dan

Aruba

Varshneya, Rahul

3rd Dan

San Jose, CA

Williams, Claire

2nd Dan

Kansas

Yamazaki, Minako

5th Dan

Anaheim, CA

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 22 August 2010 22:54
 
Ryobu-Kai Members Get Gold at PKF Junior Championships PDF Print E-mail
Written by Howard S. High   
Sunday, 22 August 2010 17:20

Sapphire Bang, Jasmine Nguyen, Jessica Kwong
GOLD MEDAL - TEAM KATA (Sapphire Bang, Jasmine Nguyen, Jessica Kwong)

Last Updated on Sunday, 22 August 2010 18:41
 
Anaheim Hombu Dojo PDF Print E-mail
Written by Howard S. High   
Thursday, 22 October 2009 23:34
Last Updated on Thursday, 22 October 2009 23:54
 
Old Grand Master: Yasuhiro Konishi "Karate-and-his-life" PDF Print E-mail
Written by Howard S. High   
Monday, 29 December 2008 00:00

Yasuhiro Konishiby Kozo Kazu.
Copyright © 1993 by Yasuhiro Konishi


Yasuhiro Konishi, the founder of Japan Karate-Do Ryobu-Kai first meets Gichin Funakoshi at Keio University. There, the "Study Group for To-te" was formed.

It was around September in 1924 when Gichin Funakoshi appeared at kendo practice hall of Keio University accompanied by Hironori Ohtsuka, an assistant instructor. Funakoshi asked Yasuhiro who was also a teacher of kendo at Keio university, "Can we use this practice hall For a while?" showing an introduction letter prepared by Professor Sadahiro Kasuya. Yasuhiro asked, "What are you going to do?" Funakoshi replied "For demonstration of Ryukyu Kenpo Tote Jutsu."

[....]

It was October 15, 1924, when the study group of "Tote" started at Keio University. Yasuhiro bought the book written by Gichin about the "Ryukyu Kenpo Tote", but could not fully understand. So Yasuhiro entered into the dormitory called "Meisei-jyuku" where Gichin was living together with other students from Okinawa around the period when the "Study group of Tote" was formed with the strong recommendation from Ohtsuka.

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Last Updated on Monday, 29 December 2008 16:25
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