Tsunami dojo Belgrade

Name origin or what Tsunami dojo really means?

When they hear the word Tsunami, many think of the destruction and violence, but our dojo name has nothing to do with it. The truth is very poetic … Read more…

Shirotaru no Kon

This is one of most fascinanting bo kata performances. I allways enjoy watching this clip. Read more…

Oldest Passai kata - Shimabuku Passai

The oldest form of kata Passai

I came across an interesting article by sensei Robert Teller that the this footage of kate Passai is one of the oldest forms of this kata. His teacher Masonobu China told him that this kata goes back at least 200 years in the village of Shimabuku. Read more…

Fitness okinawan way

Karate basics in action

The Stories and Practice of the Okinawan Sai

Any penetrating review of Okinawan weapons history is a mixture of hyperbole and fact. Read more…

Master Funakoshi katas

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Gichin Funakoshi rare photos – fist, stance and throws

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Funakoshi – The Twenty Precepts of Karate

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Gichin Funakoshi – The Beginning Of Modern Karate-do

Few martial arts enthusiasts could argue that if there was one Karate-ka (karate practitioner) known world wide that man would be Gichen Funakoshi. Read more…

The Kata of Shorin-ryu Seibukan

In the following article, I will briefly describe the kata of Shorin-ryu Seibukan, and their origin. Describing kata by text is very difficult. Read more…

Matayoshi Kobudo Tradition

Master Matayoshi Shinko was born in Kakinobana-Cho, Naha City, in 1888, third son of Matayoshi Shinchin. He spent his childhood in Senbaru, Chatan Town. Read more…

Kyusho – anatomically vulnerable points of human body

In order to execute effective karate blow, It is necessary to learn basics of human anatomy, physiology and first aid. This knowledge is called – kyusho. Read more…

Shorin ryu kata origins

We practice 8 major Shorin ryu katas. Some people say that this is not enough, but we say it is to much. Read more…

Hojo undo – supplemental training

Hojo undo is supplementary exercises where one uses various implements and aids to encourage and develop ambidextrous physical strength, stamina, muscle co-ordination, speed and posture. Read more…

Kihon Kumite

I would like to present our beginners program. We do not work with children, so this program is designed for adults. Read more…

tomari passai bunkai

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Karate development – photo story

Ryukyu kingdom had strong culutural, trading and political relations with China for centuries. Also, 1609. when samurai Satsuma clan invaded Okinawa, Japan secured its presence. Read more…

forms of okinawa karate

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