JAPANESE CALLIGRAPHY KEMPO HAKKU by Hokama Tetsuhiro

JAPANESE CALLIGRAPHY KEMPO HAKKU by Hokama Tetsuhiro

This is a hand-brushed copy of Kempo Hakku (8 poems of The Way of The Fist) from the Bubishi by Hokama Tetsuhiro 10th Dan Okinawan karate and kobudo master. Each calligraphy plaque is a unique work of art and can be mounted or framed as a beautiful addition to your dojo or home. The plaque is made of rigid pressed paper board gilded with gold colour edges. Size - approximately 45cm x 45cm. 

Each calligraphy plaque purchased will also include an artistically presented English line-by-line translation sheet. 

The Kempo Hakku is a vital document that holds hidden meanings and interpretations. Such is the depth of its importance that one of world’s most influential men in history of Karate, Chojun Miyagi, used one of its lines to name Karate’s very first official style – Go Jyu Ryu. Read more here... 

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This is a hand-brushed copy of Kempo Hakku (8 poems of The Way of The Fist) from the Bubishi by Hokama Tetsuhiro 10th Dan Okinawan karate and kobudo master. Each calligraphy plaque is a unique work of art and can be mounted or framed as a beautiful addition to your dojo or home. The plaque is made of rigid pressed paper board gilded with gold colour edges. Size - approximately 45cm x 45cm. 

Each calligraphy plaque purchased will also include an artistically presented English line-by-line translation sheet. 

The Kempo Hakku is a vital document that holds hidden meanings and interpretations. Such is the depth of its importance that one of world’s most influential men in history of Karate, Chojun Miyagi, used one of its lines to name Karate’s very first official style – Go Jyu Ryu. Read more here... 

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