Category Archives: Budo

The Wise Samurai — Yogi Kick

Near Tokyo, lived a great Samurai, already old, and now spending his time teaching young people. Despite his age, the legend was that he could defeat any opponent. One afternoon, a warrior, known for his complete lack of scruples, appeared there. This warrior was famous for using techniques of provocation. He hoped that his opponent made […]

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26th All Japan old new videos — nadin4eblog

1994 the 26th All Japan Open Championship. Many of the legendary profiles attended and fought each other on the tatami: Kenji Yamaki, Hiroki Kurosawa, Norchika Tsukamoto, Nicholas Pettas, Hajime Kazumi and more… Here is some new videos from Kyokushin Karate Youtube channel. Big Thank you! Big Osu!! Norichika Tsukamoto VS Hiroyuki Mogi Kenji Yamaki VS Norichika Tsukamoto Norichika Tsukamoto VS Yasuhiro Shichinohe […]

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EC 2016 – Results — nadin4eblog

Adults Women -­50Kg 1 Violeta Litovska Bulgaria 2 Justina Sisaite Lithuania 3 Sandra Nowak Poland 3 Eider Cardenosa Spain Adults Women 50­-55Kg 1 Zsofia Szabo Hungary 2 Isis Pinilla Spain 3 Marta Lubos Poland 3 Veronika Nemeth Hungary Adults Women 55­-60Kg 1 Inga Mikstaite Lithuania 2 Gabija Gudeliauskaite Lithuania 3 Lidia Kormondi Hungary 3 Tamar […]

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Meiji Jingu — yin yang student

Shinto is called Japan’s ancient original religion, and it is deeply rooted in the way of Japanese life. Shinto has no known founder or single sacred scripture. Shinto is wholly devoted to life in this world and emphasizes man’s essential goodness. The name Shinto comes from Chinese characters for Shen(‘divine being’), and Tao (‘way’) and […]

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