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Introduction to Kyokushin Kumite DVD by Matsui

SKU# BV-694

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Shokei Matsui, successor to Mas Oyama, and current head of Kyokushin Karate, instructs the art of kumite in this DVD. If you're interested in Kyokushin Karate, Matsui is the man to learn from! Filmed at the Kyokushin honbu dojo. Scenes from Kyokushin full contact tournaments are included to illustrate key points.

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Shokei Matsui, successor to Mas Oyama, and current head of Kyokushin Karate, instructs the art of kumite in this DVD. If you're interested in Kyokushin Karate, Matsui is the man to learn from! Filmed at the Kyokushin honbu dojo. Scenes from Kyokushin full contact tournaments are included to illustrate key points.
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Additional Information
SKU BV-694
Release Date Jan 1, 2003
Other Info N/A
Format DVD NTSC
Languages Japanese
Length 123 min.

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