Actual Fighting Chinese Martial Art of Taikiken Book by Kenichi Sawai

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Kenichi Sawai, who has left his name as "Kensei" in the history of Japanese martial arts, has republished a unique technical book. Forty years after the first edition, this book, which shines as a monument to the present day, contains a new sentence written by Shihan Sato and a valuable photograph as a "portrait of Kensei". Here is the entrance to the world of "martial arts" that transcends time, generations, and martial arts.

Main contents
Introduction, history of Taikiken, about Xing Yi Quan, characteristics of Taikiken, Zen, Zhan zhuang, sway, care, crawling, training, receptionist, payer, hand, sword, practice method , Kumite, Investigator, Reverse Hand, Postscript,

Newly refurbished supplementary edition New recording Supported by Zhan zhuang Yoshimichi Sato, Photo “Portrait of Kensei”

About the author:
Born in 1903. Born in Tokyo. He is Judo 5th Dan / Kendo 4th Dan / Iaido 4th Dan. Died in 1988. He traveled to China in 1931 and met a master of Chinese martial arts, Dr. Wang Mukai. As a result of witnessing his teacher, he was completely sick and decided to become a disciple on the spot. However, the foreigner was refused entry by a teacher who did not have a disciple, and after a week of petition for introduction, he was finally allowed to become a disciple. Since then, he has been devoting himself to practicing Chinese martial arts. In 1947, with the permission of Dr. Wang Mukai, he founded the Taiki Seikenpo (Taikiken) and returned to Japan. He does not have a dojo, follows the teachings of his teacher, and practices in nature, and practices in the woods early in the morning. He taught true Chinese martial arts only to a few disciples who gathered for the author's excellent theory and ability. Since the publication of the first edition of this book in November 1976, the number of applicants for apprenticeship has increased rapidly, and many disciples have received the scent. In addition, it has a great influence on high-ranking people and fighters of other schools, and is praised as "Kensei" because of its ability and personality.

Language: Japanese

327 pages


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