Okinawa Shorin-ryu New Zealand
Matsubayashi-ryu karate & kobudo
Okinawa Shorin Ryu New Zealand
Matsubayashi Ryu
Karate - Kobudo

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Okinawa Shorin Ryu New Zealand
Matsubayashi Ryu
Karate - Kobudo

Okinawa Shorin-ryu
New Zealand
Matsubayashi-ryu karate & kobudo
Kata:
Fukyugata ichi





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Okinawa Shorin Ryu New Zealand Copyright 2006
Fukyugata ichi was created by Osensei Shoshin Nagamine in 1941. It is one of  two introductory, or promotional, kata created following a request by a special committee of all the Okinawan Karate-Do Association organized and summoned by the governor of Okinawa at that time, Mr. Gen Hayakawa.


Top video:
  Shihan Kevin Plaisted, Tim Herlihy sensei and Jim Johnston demonstrate kata Fukyugata ichi at the Nagamine family Haka on their visit to Okinawa in August 2012.
It was an honour and priveledge to once again demonstrate Embu of Fukyugata ichi at the Nagamine Haka.
On behalf of Sensei Kevin,Tim,Jim and Matsubayashi Ryu New Zealand.



Bottom video:
New Club Members.
We have demonstrated this kata especially for you. This is the first kata you will learn in our dojo. This video is to assist you in your practice. Your first reference for assistance in your learning should be your sensei.
Kata:
Fukyugata ichi





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Fukyugata ichi was created by Osensei Shoshin Nagamine in 1941.
It was an honour and priveledge to once again demonstrate Embu of Fukyugata ichi at the Nagamine Haka.

Top video:
  Shihan Kevin Plaisted, Tim Herlihy sensei and Jim Johnston demonstrate kata Fukyugata ichi at the Nagamine family Haka on their visit to Okinawa in August 2012.






Bottom video:
New Club Members.
We have demonstrated this kata especially for you. This is the first kata you will learn in our dojo. This video is to assist you in your practice. Your first reference for assistance in your learning should be your sensei.