Revive Kyokushin Karate, Ryukyu Okinawa Karate, Traditional Karate, Bogu Karate Revive all karate as martial arts for self-defense
“Revive all karate styles such as Kyokushin Karate, Ryukyu Okinawa Karate, Traditional Karate, and Bogu Karate as martial arts for self-defense.“
This is our desire for World Kyokushin-Goshin Karate Organization
The full-contact rules of Kyokushin Karate were created by the founder of Kyokushin Karate, President Oyama Baitatsu.
More than 50 years have passed since the first All Japan Tournament in the 1969’s, and the full-contact style of Kyokushin Karate is still practiced today.
As a martial arts sport and combat sport, it is almost as complete as boxing, kickboxing, and Muay Thai.
It is no exaggeration to say that it has evolved and developed to the point that it is almost complete as a martial arts sport, just like boxing, kickboxing, and Muay Thai.
It has evolved to such an extent that it is almost complete, just like boxing, kickboxing, and Muay Thai.
It has succeeded in spreading worldwide as a sport karate that can be practiced by ordinary people and by men and women of all ages.
It can be said that it is truly the “Kyokushin Sport Karate Rules” that have been perfected.
I believe that the original form of Kyokushin Karate, Ryukyu Okinawa Karate, Traditional Karate, and Bogu Karate is Budo, Bujutsu, and self-defense.
I believe that Kyokushin Karate is a martial art and a self-defense art.
From the viewpoint of self-defense, Kyokushin Karate and Full Contact Karate, which have been perfected as a sport, are not the same as the martial arts.
From the viewpoint of self-defense, Kyokushin Karate and Full Contact Karate, which have been perfected as sports, are empty empty karate with empty face and empty metal.
Again, full contact karate as represented by Kyokushin is a great sport karate, but it is not a martial art for self-defense or self-defense.
As a martial art for self-defense, unfortunately, the rules are clearly too incomplete.
And as a self-defense technique
In addition, the basic techniques such as face-first strikes, strikes, and hammers are no longer practiced because they are not effective against multiple opponents.
Furthermore, kata that include many techniques that are effective against multiple opponents, as well as unshoes and bodywork, are not considered important at all in match kumite.
In the case of kumite matches, kata that include many techniques effective against multiple opponents, and kata that involve a lot of footwork and bodywork, are not considered important at all.
Therefore, it is not possible to formulate self-defense strategies for multiple opponents, which is a natural requirement in karate as a form of self-defense.
For this reason, some Kyokushin dojos and full-contact dojos do not even consider the
For this reason, some Kyokushin dojos and full-contact dojos call themselves karate, but omit basics, movement, kata, etc., and hardly practice them at all.
In order to be strong in kumite matches, basic techniques, movement, kata, etc. are omitted.
There are even many dojos that practice only sparring and kicking with kickboxing style mitts and kicks.
This is not to be confused with kickboxing, which is a form of kickboxing that does not involve striking to the face.
Karate as a martial art and self-defense art has become dormant or dead, including its training.
Karate as a Japanese martial art, not only Kyokushin Karate, is essentially
Karate as a Japanese martial art, as well as Kyokushin Karate, is originally intended for situations where the fighter is forced into a situation from which he cannot escape for some reason, and where the opponent has weapons.
In addition, the opponent has weapons, and there are multiple opponents.
If we look at Kyokushin Karate basics, movements, and kata from the perspective of the original self-defense martial arts, we can see that the basic training of Kyokushin Karate is a martial art that can respond calmly and react to critical situations.
In fact, we can rediscover that the basic training of Kyokushin Karate is extremely suitable for self-defense, just like the basic training of Ryukyu Okinawa Karate, Traditional Karate, and Bogu Karate.
Ura-ken, elbow strikes, hand-to-hand, back-to-back strikes, tezuchi, gyakutetsu-tsuchi, me-tsuki, me-uchi, kintai-kick, joint kick, etc. in Kyokushin basic practice are the basic techniques that can be used for self-defense.
Naturally, the basics of not only Kyokushin Karate but also Ryukyu Okinawa Karate, Traditional Karate, and Bogu Karate should have been like that originally.
“We must revive Kyokushin Karate, Ryukyu Okinawa Karate, Traditional Karate, Bogu Karate, and all other forms of Karate as a martial art for self-defense.”
That is my wish for Kyokushin Karate for Self-Defense.
World Kyokushin Karate Organization
Representative Director Noriyasu Hamai