Gohaku-Kai

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Gohaku-Kai (???) is an acronym for the Goju-ryu Tomari-te Karatedo Kyokai (?????·???????). It is a system of Karate created by Tokashiki Iken. Tokashiki studied under two primary teachers: Nakasone Seiyu (1890-1980, Tomari-te) and Fukuchi Seiko (1919-1975, Goju-Ryu). The honbu dojo is located in the Oroku district of Naha City, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. Branch dojo are located in Kyushu, Kanto, and Tokai regions of Japan, as well as several overseas branches in Canada, and one in India. New students are initially started with Goju-Ryu, and Tomari-te is taught at a later stage. [1]

One of Tokashiki’s top students, Kinjo Yoshitaka, has been teaching in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada for 35 years. Kinjo sensei is well respected for his community service, and for his ability to help people with various physical disabilities and medical conditions to improve their physical condition, and thus their lives, by practicing a karate program modified to fit the students’ needs.

Kata

Tomari-te: Naihanchi I-III Wankan Wansu dai & sho Chinto Rohai Kusanku Passai Rinkan

Goju-ryu: Sanchin Gekisai I-II Saifa Seienchin Sanseru Seipai Shisochin Sesan Kururunfa Pecchurin Tensho