Okinawa Goju-Ryu (Shodokan)
Karate-do & Kobudo Tradicional

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   Nossa Escola de Karate-do Goju-Ryu foi criada pelo Mestre Seiichi “Shikan” AKAMINE (1920-1995) como Ken-Shin-Kan. Após a sua morte, um grupo no Uruguay liderados pelo Sensei Radko BALCAR buscou as raízes do seu Karate-do em Okinawa e, graças ao Sensei Ladislav KLEMENTIS da Eslováquia, chegamos ao "Goju-Ryu Kokusai Karate Kobudo Renmei" que alberga a antiga Shodokan, do grande mestre Seiko HIGA (1889-1966), quem fora o principal mestre de Akamine. 

Atualmente esta linha de Goju-Ryu tem sedes em Okinawa, Japão central, China, Eslovaquia, França, Portugal, Espanha, Argentina, Uruguay, Brasil, Estados Unidos e Canadá.
  
(See short summary in English)
 

Nas seguintes páginas saiba mais sobre:


Outros sites internacionais da nossa Escola:


Seiko HIGA Sensei Sensei Akamine - sokuto-gueri em Sensei Roberto
Seiko Higa Sensei (1898-1966) Seiichi AkamineSensei realizando sokuto-gueri
em Sensei Roberto Fernández (1
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Antigo Dojo em Rio Grande - RS:
1) Centro Zen Shyo Gaku Zendo - Rua Alcides Dalla Riva 634, Cassino, Rio Grande.
2) Academia BUSHIDO - Rua Padre Feijó 339, esq. Av. Pelotas, Rio Grande.
Antigo Dojo em Rio Claro - SP:
 Sala de lutas - Ginásio do Depto. Educação Física, UNESP, Av. 24 A, 1515, Bela Vista, Rio Claro.
Em Brasília - DF:  TubinoKan - Lago Norte, Brasília.
Novo Dojo no Cassino e em Rio Grande - RS:  (em breve)


  Our original School, the Ken-Shin-Kan, was founded by Master Seiichi AKAMINE (Okinawa 1920 – Brazil 1995). Master Akamine started his Martial Arts way with his grandfather and, formally, under Masters Chomo HANASHIRO, Kentsu YABU and Chotoku KYAN (Shuri-te) until he met Master Chojun MIYAGI and devoted himself to the Goju-Ryu. However, the most important Goju-Ryu Master for him was Seiko HIGA, Miyagi’s right hand and also disciple of the great Master Kanryo HIGASHIONNA (or Higaonna), the greatest Naha-te Master, and Kanki IZUMIGAWA, a senior disciple of Higa Sensei.
Master Akamine also learned from other Masters and Arts, always looking to follow the traditional Bushido (see www.kenshinkan.cl and www.kenshinkanakamine.cl).
   He moved to mainland Japan to continue his university studies and then he opened a Dojo, calling it Shikan-kan, as he was known also as “Shikan” Akamine.
   In 1957 he moved to Brazil, being one of the highest ranked Masters to come to America (8th Dan) and the first Goju-Ryu Master. In 1959 he founded the “Brazilian Karate Association”, having more than 1000 pupils, influencing directly or indirectly most of the Goju-Ryu Masters that still today teach Karate-do and Kobudo in Brazil and even Masters from other styles. But in 1964 he left this organization.

Ken-Shin-Kan

Later, in 1968, defining his Karate-do as a “scientific study of the Goju-Ryu”, he founded the School that makes him immortal in the Karate-do History: “the School of the strong spirit”, the Ken-Shin-Kan. His School has spread to Uruguay, Chile, Argentina, Paraguay, Honduras, the Unites States, Spain and Australia taking his message:
“Only the strong and pure heart persons may reach the noblest ideals.”  Unfortunately, Master Akamine died in 1995. Some groups kept the School, leaded by masters Roberto and Raul Fernández de la Reguera, from Chile.


During that time in Okinawa, Seiko HIGA's son, Seikichi HIGA, and other senior disciples keep the Shodokan tradition, calling the different Dojo with different names, but all being part of the Okinawa Kokusai Karate & Kobudo Renmei (co-founded by Seiko Higa in 1957). Masters like Choyu KIYUNA, Seitoku MATAYOSHI, Eiki KURASHITA, Yusuru OSHIRO, Zensei GUSHIKEN and others, are the higher grades nowadays. This line of Goju-Ryu has spread out from Okinawa to central Japan, China, Slovakia, France, Portugal, Spain, Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, United States and Canada. Our Group in Uruguay followed the roots of master Akamine's Karate to this School from Okinawa.
Shodokan



Visite também o site dos nossos amigos:


Visitas ao nosso Site:  

 
Sensei Gonzalo - Sokuto-tobi-gueri
Alunos de Rio Grande treinando Kata e Bunkai

Página criada e atualizada pelo Sensei Gonzalo Velasco Canziani (4° Dan)

Confederacion Uruguaya de Karate      Federação Mundial de Karate
 

Não às drogas, não à violência. Pratique Karate-do !

E lembre-se: O Karate-do é uma Arte Marcial tradicional não apenas um esporte ou uma "aula de ginástica".
Sua prática vai também além da defesa pessoal, é um caminho, uma filosofia de vida.



Sensei Gonzalo - Tokyo 2001- Meiji Jingu Seminario AKKU - Abril 2009
Gonzalo Velasco em Tokyo (2001) - Meiji Jingu

Seminário com E. Kurashita-Hanshi e L. Klementis-Sensei
Montevidéu, Uruguai  (Março-Abril 2009)
Na foto: G. Velasco, L. Klementis, E. Kurashita, M. Suarez e J. Pezaroglo (R. Balcar, atrás)


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