GoSoKenPo - 5 Ancestors Kenpo Vol. 1 by Takamiyagi Hiroshi
GoSoKenPo - 5 Ancestors Kenpo Vol. 1 by Takamiyagi Hiroshi GoSoKenPo - 5 Ancestors Kenpo Vol. 1 by Takamiyagi Hiroshi GoSoKenPo - 5 Ancestors Kenpo Vol. 1 by Takamiyagi Hiroshi GoSoKenPo - 5 Ancestors Kenpo Vol. 1 by Takamiyagi Hiroshi GoSoKenPo - 5 Ancestors Kenpo Vol. 1 by Takamiyagi Hiroshi GoSoKenPo - 5 Ancestors Kenpo Vol. 1 by Takamiyagi Hiroshi

GoSoKenPo - 5 Ancestors Kenpo Vol. 1 by Takamiyagi Hiroshi

Takamiyagi Hiroshi (b. 1940) has practiced Shuri-Te Karate under Nakamura Ankichi since 1960; he opened his first dojo in 1981 in Chatan, Okinawa. As a writer, researcher, and historian, Takamiyagi Sensei has always actively pursued the roots of Okinawa's Budo; in the early 1980's, his research brought him to Singapore to study and learn the art of Nan Shaolin Wu Zhu Chuan (Five Ancestor Fist) or 'Minami Shorin Go So Ken' in Japanese language. His teacher in Singapore was Koh Nai Kheng, and was introduced by Koh Sifu's student, Mr Lee Chee Ngai, who was living in Okinawa at the time.
Takamiyagi Sensei began teaching both Shuri-Te and Wu Zhu Quan together under the banner of Goshukan-Ryu, while keeping the two arts distinctly separate. 
Since 1981, Takamiyagi Sensei has operated his dojo in Hamagawa, Sunabe- Okinawa, and continues to research and train both Wu Zhu Quan and Dento Shuri-Te Karate.
In 2014, Takamiyagi visited the USA for the first time to teach at the dojo of Garry Parker, his senior American student, and exposed the art of Goshukan-Ryu to participants from 9 different dojos at the 15th Anniversary Goshukan Gasshuku in Columbus, Georgia.

This book, Five Ancestor Kenpo - Vol. 1, is the first publication in the Japanese language that details the history, training methods and principles of Wu Zhu Quan/Five Ancestor Fist, along with step by step, detailed photographs of the basic forms (kata) Chinese iron-arm conditioning, and two-man forms. 
It is the wish of the author,Takamiyagi Hiroshi, that this book will shed more light on the Shaolin roots of Okinawan Karate. Also included, are comparisons of Shuri-te and Wu Zhu Quan methods, as well as a step by step detailed photo description of the Shuri-Te Chinto Kata.

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Takamiyagi Hiroshi (b. 1940) has practiced Shuri-Te Karate under Nakamura Ankichi since 1960; he opened his first dojo in 1981 in Chatan, Okinawa. As a writer, researcher, and historian, Takamiyagi Sensei has always actively pursued the roots of Okinawa's Budo; in the early 1980's, his research brought him to Singapore to study and learn the art of Nan Shaolin Wu Zhu Chuan (Five Ancestor Fist) or 'Minami Shorin Go So Ken' in Japanese language. His teacher in Singapore was Koh Nai Kheng, and was introduced by Koh Sifu's student, Mr Lee Chee Ngai, who was living in Okinawa at the time.
Takamiyagi Sensei began teaching both Shuri-Te and Wu Zhu Quan together under the banner of Goshukan-Ryu, while keeping the two arts distinctly separate. 
Since 1981, Takamiyagi Sensei has operated his dojo in Hamagawa, Sunabe- Okinawa, and continues to research and train both Wu Zhu Quan and Dento Shuri-Te Karate.
In 2014, Takamiyagi visited the USA for the first time to teach at the dojo of Garry Parker, his senior American student, and exposed the art of Goshukan-Ryu to participants from 9 different dojos at the 15th Anniversary Goshukan Gasshuku in Columbus, Georgia.

This book, Five Ancestor Kenpo - Vol. 1, is the first publication in the Japanese language that details the history, training methods and principles of Wu Zhu Quan/Five Ancestor Fist, along with step by step, detailed photographs of the basic forms (kata) Chinese iron-arm conditioning, and two-man forms. 
It is the wish of the author,Takamiyagi Hiroshi, that this book will shed more light on the Shaolin roots of Okinawan Karate. Also included, are comparisons of Shuri-te and Wu Zhu Quan methods, as well as a step by step detailed photo description of the Shuri-Te Chinto Kata.

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