World Union Budo Sosa-Kai

World Union Budo Sosa-Kai

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76 years in business

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Traditional Karatedo Shito-Ryu is a philosophy based on respect, self-defense, discipline, confidence ,physical fitness, positive attitude. Learn to challenge yourself, set goals, and persevere in the attainment of those goals.

This course focused in real situations for men or women face on the streets uses effective techniques used in Karatedo, Tai-jutsu, Judo, Aikido and Jui-jutsu. In addition, this training includes self-defense against attacks by individuals with sticks and knives.

                                                                         

  NINPO, RYU KYU KOBUDO & IAIDO

 

The noble martial art known as RYU KYU KOBUDO, which includes  Kama jutsu, Sai-jutsu, Nunchaku-jutsu, Toifa jutsu, Bo-jutsu  are martial arts using farm tools for self-defense. Their origins came directly from the island of Okinawa, Japan, where there were excellent exponents of these arts.  There are many styles and organizations of Ryu Kyu Kobudo around the world trying to transmit the traditional way of the Japanese martial arts developed in Okinawa. Iaido is a well-known martial art that teaches self-defense using a Japanese sword or Katana. People generally described this art as classic, mystic, philosophical and traditional. You can say Iaido (Samurai Swordsmanship) is the art that goes hand in hand with Japanese culture.  Since the war of clans begun in Japan, Katanas or Daitos were the most popular weapons believed to be essential for warriors for self-defense. Ninpo is the art of the true Ninja. It is The Art of a Spiritual Warrior. Ninpo is a group of related martial traditions that have developed in Japan since the ancient period (before the 12th century), and that have been combined in the modern period under one comprehensive martial system. This system includes the eighteen 

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