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- Kobudō (古武道) or Ko-budō, a ****anese term which may refer to: Koryū: A ****anese martial art created before the Meiji restoration Okinawan kobudō: the martial...
- Okinawan Kobudō (沖縄古武道), literally "old martial way of Okinawa", is the weapon systems of Okinawan martial arts. Okinawan Kobudō is a ****anese term...
- that predate the Meiji Restoration (1868). The term is synonymous with Kobudo (古武道, ancient martial arts) and contrasted with Gendai budō "modern martial...
- Kobudo is the branch of Okinawan Kobudo developed and systemized by Taira Shinken under the Ryukyu Kobudo Hozon Shinko Kai ****ociation. Ryukyu Kobudo...
- Matayoshi Kobudo is a general term referring to the style of Okinawan Kobudo that was developed by Matayoshi Shinpo 又吉眞豊 and Matayoshi Shinko 又吉眞光 during...
- karate is largely a synthesis of Shorin-ryū karate, Gojū-ryū karate, and kobudō. The name means, literally, "one heart way" (as in "wholehearted" or "complete")...
- his life to the practice of Okinawan Karatedo and Kobudo. He is a tenth dan in both karatedo and kobudo. Yama****a is the President and Director of US Shorin-Ryu...
- techniques, and kobudo katas mostly of the Ryukyu Kobudo lineages. Shian Toma opened his dojo in 1960 teaching Shorin Ryu and Kobudo to the local po****ce...
- Eku (sometimes spelled eiku or ieku) is an ancient weapon of Okinawan kobudō that originated from an oar, approximately 160 cm in length. According to...
- began his studies of Ryūkyū kobudo under Moden Yabiku. In 1934, Taira became deshi of Mabuni. In 1932 after studying kobudo for three years and karate...