Goju Ryu Karate & Daito Ryu Aikijujutsu have common tactics!
The successor to karate who learned the origin of Aikido, "Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu," reveals the essence of Goju-integrated karate! Modern karate specializes in offense and defense of thrusting and kicking, and the originally existing breaking, throwing, and joint techniques are being lost. In this book, we will unveil the Jiu-Jitsu technique and Aiki technique hidden in karate! The true value of Goju-ryu karate, 36 hands of Kakie self-defense technique are also explained in detail!
Chapter 1 ◎ The first Soke, Kanki Izumigawa
Chapter 2 ◎ Architecture and Karate, walking both ways
Chapter 3 ◎ Learn from Professor Keisetsu Yoshimaru of Daito-ryu
Chapter 4 ◎ Techniques common to Goju-ryu and Daito-ryu
Chapter 5 ◎ What is a type?
Chapter 6 ◎ "Body Aiki" to be acquired in the three races
Chapter 7 ◎ "Koteno Aiki" acquired by transferring
Chapter 8 ◎ Aiki Techniques Seen in Molds
Chapter 9 ◎ What is Kakie?
Chapter 10 ◎ 36 hands for self-defense
Chapter 11 ◎ Physical training to create a martial arts body
About the author:
International Karatedo Goju-ryu Izumibukai, Soke III. Born in 1945 as the second son of the first Soke, Kanki Izumigawa. The first generation was the first Goju-ryu karate master to move from Okinawa, the birthplace of karate, to the mainland, and inherited the techniques of ancient traditions. In addition, by learning the Daito-ryu Okuden technique from Keisetsu Yoshimaru, who was a high-ranking younger brother of Daito-ryu Aiki Jiu-jitsu and Yukiyoshi Sagawa, and unraveling the technique hidden in Koden-goju-ryu, "Kakie 163 hands".
Length: 256 pages