H. Kanazawa Basic Karate Katas

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Basic Karate Katas

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Kanazawa H
Editorial: TALMAN CO (1996)
ISBN 10: 0901764019 ISBN 13: 9780901764010
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Descripción TALMAN CO, 1996. Trade Paperback. Estado de conservación: Good. TRADE PAPERBACK Legendary independent bookstore online since 1994. Reliable customer service and no-hassle return policy. Sports and Outdoors>Martial Arts>Karate. Book: USED, Good. Bookseller Inventory # 01978090176401002. Nº de ref. de la librería 01978090176401002

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Hirokazu Kanazawa
Editorial: Paul H. Crompton Ltd (1968)
ISBN 10: 0901764019 ISBN 13: 9780901764010
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Descripción Paul H. Crompton Ltd, 1968. Estado de conservación: D'occasion - État correct. COUVERTURE CARTONNEE USEE HARDCOVER A LITTLE BIT USED PHOTAGRAPHED AND EDITED BY CRISPIN ROGERS FIRST EDITION 1968 PREMIERE ED 1968 84P HIROKAZU KANAZAWA , SHIHAN, (10th Dan) One of the world's most renowned and respected traditional karate masters alive, Kanazawa Shihan is the only karateka ever to have won the notorious ‘All Japan Karate Championships’ an incredible three times in a row. On one occasion he won the finals while nursing a broken wrist from an earlier event. In recent years, his eldest son, Nobuaki, has preserved the family reputation by winning the current All Japan Championships. Although Kanazawa is now a dedicated Karateist he started out originally as a Judoist. While in high school he held the 2nd Degree rank. After graduation he enrolled at Nippon University. One day, however, he happened to see students from another university practicing Karate. Impressed by their skills, he decided immediately to learn this art of self defense. The students he had seen were from Takushoku University which, at that time, was the most active in Karate participation, and his desire to learn Karate was so strong that he switched to Takushoku. Kanazawa soon became the protege of the late headmaster of the Shotokan style, Matsatoshi Nakayama (10th Dan) and is one of the few remaining karateka privileged to have studied under Master Gichin Funakoshi. It took Kanazawa one and one half years of disciplined training to attain the 1st Degree rank After three years he gained the 2nd Degree rank and passed the other members of the club who had started before him. In 1956 he passed the exam for 3rd Degree rank and also passed the instructor's exam. The first All-Japan Karate Tournament was held in Tokyo in 1957. Kanazawa's right hand had been broken at this time, and he was not going to participate. His mother, however, had come in from the country to watch him, and not wanting to disappoint her, he decided to enter in at least one match. A doc. Nº de ref. de la librería JS-UJRB-ZJZO

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