The art of karate that we can now acquire openly was once taught only to the most trusted student in secret places seen only by the creatures of the night. This excellent presentation of Okinawan karate by Eihachi Ota recreates that feeling of watching something that one should not--of seeing an art so lethal that it should, perhaps, remain secret.
Basic techniques, kata, sparring, bojutsu and the awe-inspiring kama of instructor Ota. Breathtaking images, exqusite music, and truly dynamic action!
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