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Budo Karate
Is the latest book from
Mahashiro Yanagawa

For the first time it has been translated into English and details the difference between currently practiced Karate and the almost forgotten ways of Budo Karate.

He has recently established the "Nihon-den, Nisho-Niten-ryu-jujutsu-Kenpo"

He has written a number of books including "Ri of Karate",
"Ri of Budo Karate", "The Way of Perfect Knockout with One Attack",
"Musashi Miyamoto, Gorimsho (book of five rings)"
and "Answers by Budo-Ka".


Specifications: 159 pages, 349 photographs, A5 format.


Shingo Ohgami 8th Dan JKF Wadokai on Yanagawa sensei.

"I have a lot of respect for his writings (Yanagawa sensei)"

"I think he brings (to us) the terms that were used by martial artists in 1600's and 1700's, and he applies them to Karate because Karate, is also about body movements, it's no exception."

He made a video and his movements are fantastic.... It has made me think about my own Karate. I have ambitions to be better and I have to think how I can achieve that and Yanagawa sensei work hints with my daily training, "feeling wise".

Martin, M., & May, P. A. (2002)
Master Shingo Ohgami: A Gentleman and a Scholar.
Traditional Karate, August 2002

Kuniaki Sakagami 8th Dan JKF Wadokai on Yanagawa sensei
"One thing I have learned, as long as you train with Yanagawa sensei concepts of Budo Karate, you do not loose your effectiveness. In otherwords your striking and kicking power does not diminish (with age) in fact it improves.
When this happens it revitalizes your dream, your aims and your goals."

"Yanagawa sensei Budo Karate has influenced me greatly."
May, P.A. (2011) Kuniaki Sakagami "The Early Years" June

Koshiki No Te, Traditional Martial Arts Vol.1 2011

Product Code: WAD13


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