Category: Chito-ryu

Devorah Dometrich

(Karate) kept me out of trouble and gave me a lot of the qualities I have today. Martial arts teaches people to know their limitations, both mentally and physically. You really learn when to call backup. Devorah Dometrich Practising martial arts for over fifty years, Devorah Dometrich is one of the foremost Kobudo practitioners in …

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Don Buck

People who learn Karate today should learn the basics better. Don Buck Probably not as well known as he should be, Don Buck was a pioneer of Kyokushin Karate in the United States. Described as a physically strong man, he was one of the first non-Japanese Kyokushin instructors in the world. Donald Buck was born …

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Del Saito

I think it is good to maintain the various styles, as each has many unique qualities and flavor. Styles offer healthy choices for students. Once they have come to understand their style, they can better appreciate other styles while maintaining their unique characteristics and integrity. Del Saito One of the foremost Shito–Ryu instructors in the …

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Mas Tsuroka

I have seen the best Karate. All that really matters is what kind of human being you are. Mas Tsuroka Rightly known as the ‘Father of Canadian Karate‘ Mas Tsuroka did a lot to establish Karate in Canada. Many instructors teaching Karate in Canada today, can trace their lineage back to Tsuroka. Masami Tsuroka was …

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