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The Secret and True History of Okinawan Bugei By William Durbin
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This book tells the story of the Okinawan martial arts, not as it was told in the twentieth century, seeking to find acceptance under the Japanese government, while at the same time hiding the most... More > sacred aspects of the Okinawan royalty. Through this volume, William Durbin, Soke of Kiyojute Ryu Kempo Bugei, rips off the curtain hiding the secret and true history of Okinawan Bugei. People of all arts, but especially those of Japanese Karate and Korean Karate, will be interested in learning the truth behind the legends of this phenomenal and influential martial art.< Less
Okinawan Masters: A Martial Artist's Journal By Thomas White
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Okinawan Masters: A Martial Artist's Journal By Thomas White
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Okinawan Weaponry, Hidden Methods, Ancient Myths of Kobudo & Te By Mark Bishop
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Okinawan Weaponry - Hidden Methods, Ancient Myths of Kobudo & Te, is the long-awaited sequel to the author's best selling title "Okinawan Karate - Teachers, Styles & Secret... More > Techniques" This work meticulously details the history, development and training principles of some fifty hand-held weapons utilised within Okinawan Te & Kobudo practice and contains over 400 photographs and illustrations from the author's personal collection and historical sources. Discovery the highly lucrative and secret trade of firearms controlled throughout the South Pacific by Okinawa; a gunpowder plot that blows away the previous perceptions and for the first time reveals why Okinawa Has player such a fated role in world conflicts. Mark Bishop is considered the leading expert on Okinawan martial arts. He continues to travel, write, reasearch and teach extensively on various areas of these, especially Te, its related bodywork (shiatsu) and zen.< Less
Okinawan Weaponry, Hidden Methods, Ancient Myths of Kobudo & Te By Mark Bishop
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Okinawan Weaponry - Hidden Methods, Ancient Myths of Kobudo & Te, is the long-awaited sequel to the author's best selling title "Okinawan Karate - Teachers, Styles & Secret... More > Techniques" This work meticulously details the history, development and training principles of some fifty hand-held weapons utilised within Okinawan Te & Kobudo practice and contains over 400 photographs and illustrations from the author's personal collection and historical sources. Discovery the highly lucrative and secret trade of firearms controlled throughout the South Pacific by Okinawa; a gunpowder plot that blows away the previous perceptions and for the first time reveals why Okinawa Has player such a fated role in world conflicts. Mark Bishop is considered the leading expert on Okinawan martial arts. He continues to travel, write, reasearch and teach extensively on various areas of these, especially Te, its related bodywork (shiatsu) and zen.< Less
Uechi-Ryu Karate-Do Student Guide and Handbook: 3rd Edition By Donald B. Joyner
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Art and History of Uechi-Ryu Karate-Do: A Study Guide and Student Handbook at 3320 NE 37th St., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33308. www.joynerskarate.com (269)207-2883 Don Joyner began his Karate training in... More > 1972 at the YMCA under Steve Fuller and Bill Keith. Later, training under James Thompson, 9th-Dan, at the Okinawan Karate Academy, in Kalamazoo, MI. On 4-24-77, Donald Joyner was promoted to 1st-Dan, Soke Shubukan # 1177, by NAUKA through Walter Mattson upon the recommendation of Sensei Bill Keith. On 4-22-79, he was 2nd-Dan, Soke Shubukan # 599. On 6-1-81, he was 3rd-Dan, Soke Shubukan # 260. On 5-15-83, he was 4th-Dan, Soke Shubukan # 163. In August 1984, he attended the Uechi-Ryu Summer Camp training on Thompson Island, Massachusetts. On 8-1-89, he was promoted to 5th-Dan, Soke Shubukan # 169, one of the youngest ever. He is listed in "Who's Who in Martial Arts" for 1985-1986 and also been featured in Karate Illustrated Magazine with Mark E. Stewart. On 7-9-95, he was 6th-Dan, OkiKuKai #82.< Less
Uechi Ryu Karate-Do Student Guide and Handbook By Donald B. Joyner
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Art and History of Uechi Ryu Karate-Do: A Study Guide as a Student Handbook at 3320 NE 37th St., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33308. (269) 207-2883 Don Joyner began his Karate training in 1972 at the YMCA... More > under Steve Fuller and Bill Keith. Later, training under James Thompson, 9th-Dan, at the Okinawan Karate Academy, in Kalamazoo, MI. On 4-24-77, Donald Joyner was promoted to 1st-Dan, Soke Shubukan # 1177, by NAUKA through Walter Mattson upon the recommendation of Sensei Bill Keith. On 4-22-79, he was 2nd-Dan, Soke Shubukan # 599. On 6-1-81, he was 3rd-Dan, Soke Shubukan # 260. On 5-15-83, he was 4th-Dan, Soke Shubukan # 163. In August 1984, he attended the Uechi-Ryu Summer Camp training on Thompson Island, Massachusetts. On 8-1-89, he was promoted to 5th-Dan, Soke Shubukan # 169, one of the youngest ever. He is listed in "Who's Who in Martial Arts" for 1985-1986 and also been featured in Karate Illustrated Magazine with Mark E. Stewart. On 7-9-95, he was 6th-Dan, OkiKuKai #82< Less
Uechi Ryu Karate-Do Student Guide and Handbook By Donald Joyner
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Art and History of Uechi Ryu Karate-Do: A Study Guide as a Student Handbook at 3320 NE 37th St., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33308. (269) 207-2883 Don Joyner began his Karate training in 1972 at the YMCA... More > under Steve Fuller and Bill Keith. Later, training under James Thompson, 9th-Dan, at the Okinawan Karate Academy, in Kalamazoo, MI. On 4-24-77, Donald Joyner was promoted to 1st-Dan, Soke Shubukan # 1177, by NAUKA through Walter Mattson upon the recommendation of Sensei Bill Keith. On 4-22-79, he was 2nd-Dan, Soke Shubukan # 599. On 6-1-81, he was 3rd-Dan, Soke Shubukan # 260. On 5-15-83, he was 4th-Dan, Soke Shubukan # 163. In August 1984, he attended the Uechi-Ryu Summer Camp training on Thompson Island, Massachusetts. On 8-1-89, he was promoted to 5th-Dan, Soke Shubukan # 169, one of the youngest ever. He is listed in "Who's Who in Martial Arts" for 1985-1986 and also been featured in Karate Illustrated Magazine with Mark E. Stewart. On 7-9-95, he was 6th-Dan, OkiKuKai #82.< Less
Eisa, Excellenté! By Maurice Dudley
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A collection of images demonstrating some of the different aspects of Okinawan eisa performances.
Entering Through the Gateway of Gojuryu By C. Michial Jones
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This book draws extensively upon the author's 34 years of personal experiences, training, research and discussions with some of the world’s most prominent masters. This work contains several... More > topics, such as, History, Biographies, karate morality, kihon, kata, kumite, kakie, self-defense, junbi undo, hojo undo and related topics, it is aimed at the beginning student to assist them in their journey along the path of Gojuryu, however, it may be used as a guide by other's interested in Okinawan Gojuryu Karate-do, and even the veteran karate-ka may find it a useful tool. Forewords by Phillip Koeppel, R. Choji Taiani, Roy Hobbs, Dennis May and Len Pellman.< Less