When I finished editing and formatting ‘An Introduction to Karate-do,’ I sent it off to be published and waited. Then a few days ago, copies
I appreciate everyone’s patience as I chip away at ‘An Introduction to Karate-do’ by Nakasone and Mabuni. I am getting closer to finishing it but
Today would have marked Kanzaki Shigekazu’s 93rd birthday. Happy birthday sensei wherever your spirt maybe.
I was feeling a bit burnt out from working on Mabuni and Nakasone’s “An Introduction to Karate-do” and so took most of February and March
Below is another insightful post from Kachina Parts, a student of Kojo-ryu Karate in Japan, which I have translated into English. Enjoy About the only
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Here is an insightful interview with Patrick McCarthy (Hanshi IRKRS) hosted by James Pankiewicz (Kancho of the Asato Dojo).
A short note that I’ve been editing Mabuni and Nakasone’s ‘An Introduction to Karate-do’. Its slow and slightly tedious work, but knowing what the end