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Complete history and chronology of Isshin-ryu

Isshin-ryu



one heart way



Isshin-Ryu (一心流 Isshin-ryū?) is a style of Okinawan karate founded by Tatsuo Shimabuku (島袋 龍夫) and named by him on 15 January 1956. Isshin-Ryū karate is largely a synthesis of Shorin-ryū karate, Gojū-ryū karate, and kobudō. The name means, literally, "one heart way". As of 1989 there were 336 branches of Isshin-ryū throughout the world (as recorded by the IWKA), most of which are concentrated in the United States


Founder: Tatsuo Shimabuku

Chronology

1/15/1956

 

Isshinryu karate is founded by Tatsuo Shimabuku in Okinawa

5/3/1975

 

Master Tatsuo Shimabuku, Founder of Isshin Ryu passes away

 

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