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With fencing, Karate is probably the oldest martial art, that is to say, the oldest fighting technique of killing and avoiding being killed. For Judo, the creation of Dr. Jigoro Kano, dates back 80 years ; Ju-Jitsu dates back years the Kodokan archives show the first signs of its existence in ; Karate goes back to the earliest written records on earth, the Chinese texts of some 3, years ago. The movements are the same whether bare-handed or using side arms.

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He was one of the rare 10th dan karate masters living outside Japan, and one of the few Westerners who held this rank. He was a pioneer in introducing karate to France and Europe, and has taught most of today's highest ranking karate masters in Europe. His studies were interrupted by World War II in He was the 96th French black belt and is now ranked 5th dan at judo.

Physically, he demonstrated very powerful kicks and punches. So from , he returned to French savate, also known as French kickboxing, at the club 'Banville' the only remaining club at that time.

Despite the high training quality, he was still feeling the need to go stronger and deeper, and was still looking for something else. He discovered aikido with Minoru Mochizuki, then karate from an article in Life magazine with Fukuda Rikutaro, his Judo Kodokan magazine's translator.

Fukuda Rikutaro confided in him that he learnt karate in Tokyo with Gichin Funakoshi. This was the start of his karate career in , with help from Donn Draeger in Japan. It is the oldest karate dojo in Europe, which has won 32 French, Europe, and world championships since its creation. Here he taught the four pillars of Japanese Martial Arts: karate, judo, aikido, and kendo.

He frequently traveled to Japan. There he met with and learnt from some of the most famous karate masters of all styles. He invited many of them to visit him in France. He even financed the visit to France of many Japanese and Chinese martial arts experts. They taught at the Shobudo, where the secrets of karate were being unveiled to Europe.

He also published another magazine named Judo Kodokan , which was a translation of the Japanese magazine of the Tokyo Kodokan. He wrote books, and appeared in the movie La Vie, l'amour, la mort. Since the 50's, numerous trips to Japan allowed him to meet some of the most famous karate masters of all styles, and to pass belts in various styles and disciplines:.

Along the years, he financed the visits to France of more than 17 Japanese and Chinese martial arts experts, including:. Inviting many Japanese masters to France allowed him to learn in continuity from his actual level, instead of starting from the beginning in every school in Japan. It also molded French karate with a unique blend of not favoring any karate style over another.

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He was one of the rare 10th dan karate masters living outside Japan, and one of the few Westerners who held this rank. He was a pioneer in introducing karate to France and Europe, and has taught most of today's highest ranking karate masters in Europe. His studies were interrupted by World War II in He was the 96th French black belt and is now ranked 5th dan at judo.

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What is Karate-do? by Henri Plee

There were of course Jujutsu and Judo instructors in England who knew about Atemi Waza but Plee and Bell were the first to teach Shotokan actually Yoseikan as we know it. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email.

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