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KENYU RYU KARATE DO INDIA

Japan Karate Do Kenyu Ryu India, is the Indian Chapter of JAPAN KARATE DO KENYU – RYU, the world-famous Karate School founded by Soke Ryuichiro Tomoyori . JAPAN KARATE DO KENYU – RYU, our parent organization has its Head quarters in Osaka, Japan. It has been affiliated to Japan Karate do Federation.
Ours is a premier institution in India, striving to propagate quality Karate education and practice in the country. The School is headed by Kyoshi Gireesh Perumthatta (7th Dan Black Belt Karate Association Of India, Japan & World Karate Federation), the Shibu-cho & Chief Instructor

Kyoshi Gireesh Perumthatta - President and Chief Instructor

He is a Former Karate Coach of Kerala Police Academy and The Chief Instructor and Grand Master Representative - India. He has been appointed as the President and Chief Instructor for Kenyu Ryu Karate Do South & Middle East Asia Federation

PHILOSOPHY AND PRINCIPLES

Kenwa Mabuni Sensei unified the Naha-te and Shuri-te style, learnt from his main two masters, Kanryo Higaonna and Ankoh Itosu, harmonizing it with the teachings handed down by the Chinese Master, Go Kenki. Later he added his own kata, such as Juroku, Aoyagi, Myojo and Shinsei, thus giving Shitoryu its uniqueness and highest number of kata.

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KENYU ryu kata

Kenwa Mabuni Sensei unified the Naha-te and Shuri-te style, learnt from his main two masters, Kanryo Higaonna and Ankoh Itosu, harmonizing it with the teachings handed down by the Chinese Master, Go Kenki. Later he added his own kata, such as Juroku, Aoyagi, Myojo and Shinsei, thus giving Shitoryu its uniqueness and highest number of kata.

HISTORY OF KENYU RYU KARATE DO

The school of Karate Kenyu Ryu was founded by Ryusho Tomoyori (1907- 1977), who was born in the village of Motobu (region of Kunigami- prefect of Okinawa) in Japan. Being very fond of martial arts since childhood, he started learning Karate at the age of six under the guidance of Masters Aragaki and Awane, his relatives. At the age of 15, he reached Naha and trained for about 4 years under the guidance of Chojun Miyagi (1888- 1953) and became one of the best pupils of Kanryo Higaonna (1853 - 1916), who was founder member of the school of Naha-te. Then he moved to Osaka and two years later, in 1929, became the disciple of Kenwa Mabuni (1889- 1953), the Great Grandmaster of Karate and the founder of the Shito-ryu style.

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NEWS and events

  • South Asian Invitational Kenyu Ryu Karate Championship

    South Asian Karate Championship to be held at Krishna Gowdar Indore Stadium, Kalpetta, Wayanad Dt. Kerala St., India from 9th & 10th of January 2016. Read more...
  • Camp circular 2015

    Kenwa Mabuni Sensei unified the Naha-te and Shuri-te style, learnt from his main two masters, Kanryo Higaonna and Ankoh Kenki. Expired...