Gichin Funakoshi Writing Styles in Karate-Do: My Way of Life

Gichin Funakoshi
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Perspective

The author is a teacher for more than thirty years and a member of the shizoku class. As a young man he meets Azato's son at school whose father at the time is a master in the illegal practice of karate. Gichin learns karate from Master Azato and Master Itosu, as well as other masters. Gichin dedicates his life to the practice and instruction of karate. This book is one of many he writes to research, explore, explain and promote Karate-do. Gichin opens the first school of karate in Japan in 1936.

The intended audience for his book is the interested karate devotee. His hope and goal of this book is to promote karate by spreading information, training and knowledge of karate through the world. He writes his first two books by 1935. This book written in 1956 has a 1975 Copyright as the retrospective story of Funakoshi's life from the perspective...

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