Program

  • Kaiso Masayoshi Kori Hisataka

    Fondator of Shorinjiryu.
  • Kanazawa Soke

    Kanazawa Soke (10th Dan Black Belt) is one of the world most renowned and respected traditional karate masters of all time. He is the first karateka to have won the notorious All Japan karate Championship.
  • Kantokusha Japanese Terminology

    Japanese term designating a female Ninja instructor named Kunoichi.
  • Kata Kankusho Japanese martial arts

    Kata Wado-ryu Kushanku by Master Otsuka Hironori.

    here...
  • Kama Japanese Martial Arts

    A small pruning knife that served to cut the rice shoots. In order to be used for defensive purposes, it was necessary to make him undergo a few trasformations both in its solidity and its balance. The weapon was weighed down, and the wooden handle, the length of which varied between forty and sixty centimeters, was recessed. Its use is twofold insofar as each defense technique is accompanied by a counter-attack carried with the blade. One can imagine the devastating effects of a blow of this instrument carried to the face. This pruning knife finds the principal of its use against the sticks or Bo; The attack of the stick is stopped by the handle of the instrument while the other is used to counterattack to the face or On the wrists, which allows to disarm the opponent by inflicting a wound that will remove his means of attack. By its presentation, the Kama appears as one of the most rustic weapons of the Kobudo but does not constitute a major element, In the same way as the Nunchaku or the Tonfa.
  • Karate history Japanese Martial Arts

    1933 official recognition in Japan. Kara = empty (or naked) and Te = hands Karate = Hands naked.
    Originally it meant Chinese hand techniques. The ideograms have transformed it into Japanese in Japanese terms, empty hands.
    origin karate here..."
  • Karate in Reo Japanese Martial Arts

    Karate in Reo by Sensei Heyoten and student here...
  • karate technique Teisho Japanese Martial Arts

    Technique Teisho with Sensei Heyoten 7th ici...
  • Karateka Japenese Terminology

    karate student
  • katas of Karate Japanese martial arts

    KATA – ( an important part of martial arts ) here...
  • katas Japanese martial arts

    Un trésor de transmission. ici
  • katas Kanku sho class Japanese martial arts

    Kata class Kankusho by Master Heyoten 7th here...
  • List katas Shotokan karate Japanese Martial arts

    karate kata list contains 26 kata in the traditional Shotokan karate style more...
  • karate differents styles Japanese martial arts

    coming soon
  • Katame no kata (judo) Japanese Martial Arts

    Katame no kata here...
  • Kata Kururunfa Japanese Martial Arts

    Kata Shito Ryu here
  • Kendo Japanese Martial Arts

    history Here...
  • Kendo cible Japanese Martial Arts

    Kendo target areas (da totsu) here...

    kendo
  • Kendo combat Japanese Martial Arts

    Kendo combat here...
  • Kendo and the Shinaï Japanese Martials Arts Kendo

    The Bamboo Shinai, for adults, measures 1M10 and weighs about 400 to 500 grs. It is made of four blades of bamboo assembled. Its different parts are:
    the tip - the blade - the back of the blade with a cord - the guard and the handle covered with leather.
    The blade is held by a leather strap located in the upper third.
    As it was believed that the "katana" represented the spirit of the Bushi warriors, The Shinai is treated with respect and attention. It would be to violate the ceremonial of Kendo that to walk on a Shinai.
    description shinaï here
  • Kempo (kenpo) Terminology Japanese Martial Arts

    Japanese term for the fist method (quan or chuan in Chinese)
  • Khym P'ng Chye Master

    Master P'ng Chye Khym 1939/2010 . Born in a small village on the Malaysian island of Penang. In the long run, however, Master P'ng is not only recognized as the repository of the authentic Sao-Lim Hood Khar Paï tradition, but also as an expert in Taïchi and Hsing-I - disciplines that have all significantly enriched his global understanding of fighting arts. here...
  • Ki Terminology Japanese Martial Arts

    The vital force of the body. For exemple, Through Aikido training, the Ki of a person can be drawn in increasing amounts from the universe. In ppractise, Ki is directed before body movement takes place.
  • Kiai Martial Arts

    KI ( chi ) – inner energy AI – uniting, joining Kiai is the consequence of a special kind of breathing. It is usually said that it is a guttural sound , but the right KIAI comes from the abdomen as the result of strong expiration. more...
  • Kim Bok Man Master

    (1932) Master , the father of Taekwondo.
  • Kin kwong tung Master

    Dragon style kung fu master
  • Kong bucksam Master

    Hung Gar Master, Choy li fut and Tai chi chuan. He lives in L.A. U.S.A.
  • Kime Terminology Japanese martial arts

    Focusing technique
  • Kobudo Okinawa Japanese Martial Arts

    The ancient history of Okinawa tells us a turbulent story, with violent political upheavals characterizing a major part of the now-peaceful island's heritage. here...
  • Kodokan Japanese Martial Arts Name

    kō= "to lecture", dō= "way," kan= "a public building" together translating as "a place for the study of the way." Founded in 1882 by Kanō Jigorō, the founder of judo.
  • Koryo Culture

    Koryo Korea Dynasty more...
  • Kung Fu Chinese culture

    Term of Chinese Martial Arts

    Here
  • Kung Fu Chinese Martial Arts

    coming soon
  • Kung Fu Wing chun Chinese Martial Arts

    See "wing chun"
  • Kuangping Yang tai chi Tai chi chuan

    form by Saline more...
  • Kuangping Yang tai chi Tai chi chuan

    historique. coming soon
  • Kumite Japanese Terminology

    Sparring
  • Kung fu basic Tutorial

    Basics stances traditional here
  • Kung fu Mantis 6 Harmonies Chinese Martial Arts

    6 harmony tang lang style here
  • Kung fu basic Tutorial

    Complet BasicMantis Kung Fu (tang lang) seven stars here
  • Kung fu basic Tutorial

    Technique fist Mantis (tang lang) seven stars here
  • Kung fu Hung Gar Form

    Form Lau Gar Kuen here
  • Kung fu Hung Gar Kung gee fook fu Tutorial

    Tutorial by Saline here
  • Kung fu Tang Lang Form

    Form 18 gods here
  • Kuo joseph Realisator

    Joseph Kuo Nan-Hong (1935/...) Director, producer, writer .
    Director Son of Swordsman (1969) Flying Over Grass (1970) The Lost Romance (1971) Mission Impossible (1971) Killer Hornets (1986) Lament of the Ancient Palace (1958) The Ghost Lake (1958) The Sin of a Man (1959) The Sin of a Man (Part 2) (1959) Dragon Palace of Pu Island (1961) One Night in Taipei (1962) Queen Bee (1962) The Flower Selling Girl (1963) Edge of Sky and Sea (1963) Where Is My Wife? (1963) Bloodbath Nightspot (1963) Take Care, Sir (1964) The Broadcaster (1964) Long Hu Xuan ? Er (1964) Ching Tin Yuk Lui Leung (1965) The Bragger King (1965) Ling Rou Zhi Dao (1965) You Are The One I Love (1965) Longing for Broadcaster (1965) Even Heroes Have Weakness for Beautiful Woman (1965) Heart to Heart (1965) Night Club of Bloodshed (1966) When Dreams Come True (1967) The Salt Paddy Girls (1968) The Swordsman of All Swordsmen (1968) Superior Darter (1969) King of Kings (1969) Son of Swordsman (1969) The Seisure Soul Sword of a Blind Girl (1970) Sorrowful to a Ghost (1970) The King of Song (1970) The Evil Karate (1971) The Lost Romance (1971) The Matchless Conqueror (1971) The Mighty One (1971) Battle of the Mirror Guardian (1971) The Five Devil Ghost (1971) The Ghost's Sword (1971) Mission Impossible (1971) Love in the Spring (1972) The Death Duel (1972) Triangular Duel (1972) Iron Man (1973) Deadly Fists Kung Fu (1974) Shaolin Kung Fu (1974) Hero of Kwangtong (1974) Rikisha Kuri (1974) The Youngest Sister (1975) The Pleasure Girl (1975) The Blazing Temple (1976) Return of the 18 Bronzemen (1976) The 18 Bronzemen (1976) The Eight Masters (1977) The Shaolin Brothers (1977) The Shaolin Kids (1977) V. I. P. (1977) The Cavalier (1978) The 7 Grandmasters (1978) The Fearless Duo (1978) Born Invincible (1978) World of the Drunken Master (1979) The Old Master (1979) Immortal Warriors (1979) Dragon's Claws (1979) The 36 Deadly Styles (1979) The Mystery of Chess Boxing (1979) The Unbeaten 28 (1980) Winter Blossom (1980) Shaolin Temple Strikes Back (1981) Teacher Chen Yi-Shin (1983) Journey Across the Mainland (1988) Man and Woman in Love (1993)
    Producer The Broadcaster (1964) Ching Tin Yuk Lui Leung (1965) Longing for Broadcaster (1965) The Seisure Soul Sword of a Blind Girl (1970) The King of Song (1970) The Matchless Conqueror (1971) The Five Devil Ghost (1971) The Ghost's Sword (1971) The Evil Karate (1971) Triangular Duel (1972) The Death Duel (1972) Love in the Spring (1972) Iron Man (1973) Rikisha Kuri (1974) Hero of Kwangtong (1974) Deadly Fists Kung Fu (1974) Shaolin Kung Fu (1974) The Youngest Sister (1975) The Pleasure Girl (1975) The 18 Bronzemen (1976) Return of the 18 Bronzemen (1976) The Blazing Temple (1976) The Eight Masters (1977) The Shaolin Brothers (1977) The Shaolin Kids (1977) The Cavalier (1978) Born Invincible (1978) The 7 Grandmasters (1978) The Mystery of Chess Boxing (1979) World of the Drunken Master (1979) The Old Master (1979) The 36 Deadly Styles (1979) Dragon's Claws (1979) Winter Blossom (1980) The Unbeaten 28 (1980) Shaolin Temple Strikes Back (1981) Teacher Chen Yi-Shin (1983)
    Writer Lament of the Ancient Palace (1958) The Ghost Lake (1958) Death in West Bay (1958) The Sin of a Man (1959) The Sin of a Man (Part 2) (1959) Xiang Si Ji (1959) Dragon Palace of Pu Island (1961) One Night in Taipei (1962) Queen Bee (1962) The Flower Selling Girl (1963) Edge of Sky and Sea (1963) Where Is My Wife? (1963) Take Care, Sir (1964) The Broadcaster (1964) The Bragger King (1965) Ling Rou Zhi Dao (1965) Longing for Broadcaster (1965) Ching Tin Yuk Lui Leung (1965) The Seisure Soul Sword of a Blind Girl (1970) Sorrowful to a Ghost (1970) The King of Song (1970) The Matchless Conqueror (1971) Mission Impossible (1971) The Evil Karate (1971) The Ghost's Sword (1971) The Death Duel (1972) Triangular Duel (1972) Love in the Spring (1972) Iron Man (1973) Deadly Fists Kung Fu (1974) Rikisha Kuri (1974) Hero of Kwangtong (1974) The Youngest Sister (1975) The Pleasure Girl (1975) The Blazing Temple (1976) The 18 Bronzemen (1976) The Shaolin Kids (1977) The Mystery of Chess Boxing (1979) Dragon's Claws (1979) The 36 Deadly Styles (1979) The Unbeaten 28 (1980) Winter Blossom (1980) Shaolin Temple Strikes Back (1981) Teacher Chen Yi-Shin (1983) Journey Across the Mainland (1988)
  • Kuo Lien-Yin Master

    (1890/1984) Tai chi chuan, pakua master.
  • Kuo Shu Chinese culture

    Term of Chinese Martial Arts

    Here
  • Kururunfa Kata Japanese Martial Arts

    Kata Shito Ryu here
  • Kusari-fundoWeapon Japanese Martial Arts

    Chain between 50 cm and 1 meter long with a weight at each end. here
  • Kwan wing kwong Master

    diversjapon/video-kusari-eng.html
    Twelfth generation Zhabao tai ji.
  • Kyu Terminology Japanese martial arts

    Kyu – Coloured belt
  • Kyoda Juhatsu Master

    Kyoda (1887/1968) He was the oldest student of Kanryo Higaonna. He founded the Touon-Ryu style result of the difference of opinion with Miyagi. It does not change the technique of Kanryo Higaonna at all.
    The KATA he passed on to future generations is as follows. "SANCHIN, SESAN, SANSERU, BETTYURINE, JION, NEPAI"
    He learned JION with Kentsu Yabu, and NEPAI with Kenki Go.
    He criticized the trend of Chojun Miyagi and Goju-Ryu. He may have known various secrets about the birth of Gojuryu. He thought that Miyagi had taken too much liberty in modifying the Higaonna style. Miyagi's act seemed dishonorable to Kyoda.
  • Kyudo Japanese martial arts

    coming soon