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Karate (空手) is a martial art developed in the Ryukyu Kingdom. It developed from the indigenous martial arts of Ryukyu Islands (called te (手), literally "hand"; ...

JKA Shotokan Karate of Stanford


The Official JKA Shotokan Karate Club of Stanford (led by Sensei Kenichi Haramoto, 7th Dan)

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Ajay's Karate. Elk Grove's Premier Taekwondo Academy. Best Martial Arts School – Best of Elk Grove 2016 bestofelkgrove_2016 ...

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From these three villages arose the various styles of karate, two of which were shorei-ryu and shorin-ryu. After studying these two styles of karate in Okinawa, ...

Shotokan Karate of America – The original nonprofit organization ...


SKA National is a nonprofit organization that has been teaching traditional karate -do in the United States since 1956. SKA was founded and is still led by ...

Mar 17, 2016 ... New song “KARATE" is currently available digitally! .... +Rika Might Here's a translation: http://du-metal.blogspot.com/2015/12/karate.html.

Dawn Barnes Karate Kids


Dawn Barnes Karate Kids. Teaching children Martial Arts and Manners in the Greater Los Angeles area: Sherman Oaks, Redondo Beach, Woodland Hills, ...

Karate | Definition of Karate by Merriam-Webster


a form of fighting that was developed in Japan in which your feet and hands are used to kick and hit an opponent : a Japanese martial art. Source: ...

European Karate Federation


EUROPEAN KARATE FEDERATION. ... Small States of Europe Karate Championships. 17th and 18th ... 14th European Karate Championships for Regions.

USA Karate - Features, Events, Results | Team USA


The latest news, events and results for USA Karate from the USOC official site.

Karate is a generic term for the various kick/punch arts which originated in Okinawa and Japan. Karate is a Japanese word that translates into English as, “empty hand.” It is a martial art of unarmed self-defense in which directed blows... More »
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