Sabtu, 22 Mei 2010
DAFTAR NAMA & ALAMAT PENGURUS PERGURUAN
ANGGOTA FEDERASI OLAHRAGA KARATE-DO INDONESIA
ANGGOTA FEDERASI OLAHRAGA KARATE-DO INDONESIA
|1.||AMURA||Ketua Umum: |
H. Mochamad Ramli, SH
Soni Ramli, SH, LLM
|Jl. Tidar A5 No.11 Bukit Permai Cibubur - Jakarta 13270 |
|2.||BKC||Ketua Umum: |
Ir H Awal Kusumah, MS
Sekretaris: Drs Ermawan Koesoemaatmadja, MBA
|Pondok Puragabaya Kp. Garduh |
Ds. Saracipta Kec. Ciparay
|3.||BLACK PANTHER KARATE INDONESIA||Ketua : - |
Sekretaris : -
|Jl. Pasir Putih Raya E 5D No. 17-18 Taman Impian Real Estate |
Ancol Timur - Jakarta Utara 14430
|4.||FUNAKOSHI||Ketua Umum: Nurwani Paisan Sekretaris: -||Jl Gubeng Kertajaya VB/20 |
|5.||GABDIKA SHITORYU INDONESIA|| |
Ketua : -
|Jl. Musi No.23 Jakarta Pusat|
|6.||GOKASI||Ketua : - |
Sekretaris : -
|Gedung BIPI Lantai 4/BPPMI |
Jl. Letjen Suprapto Kav.3
Cempaka Putih, Jakarta Pusat 10520
|7.||GOJUKAI||Ketua Umum: |
Dr Tjepy F Aloewie, MSc
Drs PH Hutadjulu, SH., MH
|8.||GOJURYU ASS||Ketua : - |
Sekretaris : -
|d/a. Risal Mansur, Shut |
Jl. Jomas No.30A Rt.005/05
Meruya Utara Kembangan
Jakarta Barat 11620
|9.||INKAI||Ketua Umum: Jend TNI (Purn) Ryamizard Ryacudu |
Prof Dr Hermawan Sulistyo, APU
|Jl. Jenderal Urip Sumoharjo No.17 Jakarta Timur 13310 |
|10.||INKADO||Ketua Umum: Yorrys Th Raweyai |
Sekretaris: Yusran Arief
|Gedung Perkantoran Pulo Mas I |
Gd. I Lt.3 R.5 Jl. Jend. A.Yani No.2 Pulomas - Jakarta Timur 13210
|11.||K K N S I||Ketua : - |
Sekretaris : -
|Jl. Taruma Belakang No.48 Medan|
|12.||KYOKUSHINKAI||Ketua Umum: |
Nardi T Nirwanto SA
Sali Pasolang, SH
|Jl. Imam Bonjol Atas No.24-26 |
Batu 65314 - Malang Jawa TimurTelp.0341-595852, 593732, Fax.0341-592765
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.kyokusshin.or.id
|13.||KEISHINKAN||Ketua : - |
Sekretaris : -
|Jl. Ampasit Raya No.23 |
(Cideng) Jakarta Pusat
|14.||KANDAGA PRANA||Ketua : - |
Sekretaris : -
|Jl. Pejagalan – Dahlia I No.8 Sukabumi 43131 |
|15.||KALA HITAM||Ketua Umum: Ronni Simon |
|Jl. Listrik No.5 M e d a n|
|16.||KKI||Ketua Umum: Dr Oesman Sapta |
Sekretaris: Drs Abdul Salam
|Jl. Jatinegara Barat IV No.11A Jatinegara - Jakarta 13310 |
|17.||LEMKARI||Ketua Umum: Dr Anton Lesiangi |
Sekretaris Umum: Rudi Gunarto
|Jl. Kramat Raya VII No.17 |
|18.||INKANAS||Ketua Umum: |
Drs Taufiq Effendi, MBA
Sekretaris: Brigjen Pol Drs I Nengah Sutisna, MBA
|Jl Jenderal Sudirman Kav.69 Jakarta Selatan 12190 |
|19.||PERKAINDO||Ketua Umum: |
Drs Usman Tambang
Sekretaris:Drs Abdul Salam
|Jl. Kebon Bawang XI/63 |
Tj. Priuk - Jakarta Utara
|20.||PORDIBYA||Ketua : - |
Sekretaris : -
|Jl. Angin Mamiri No.29 B |
Kompleks TNI-AL Dewa Ruci Cilincing – Jakarta Utara
|21.||PORBIKAWA||Ketua : - |
Sekretaris : -
|Jl. Ploso Timur III/I Surabaya |
|22.||SHI ROI TE||Ketua Umum: |
|d/a. Lettu Inf. Andrew Simanjuntak Asrama Yonif 201/Jaya Yudha |
Jl. Raya Bogor Km 28
|22.||SHINDOKA||Ketua Umum: Iwan Setiawan |
Sekretaris Jenderal : Mayor Inf. Hendry Tarigan
|d/a. PT. Primacom Interbuana Wisma I BCA 17th Floor |
Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav.22-23 Jakarta Selatan 12920
|23.||TAKO INDONESIA||Ketua Umum: |
Dr Ir Benny Pasaribu, M.Ec
|Jl. Selat Berhala D3 / No. 6 |
Kav. AL Duren Sawit,
Jakarta Timur 13440
|24.||WADOKAI||Ketua Umum: Brigjen Pol Drs I Sumardi, SH., MBA., MM |
Sekretaris: Brigjen Pol Drs Jhony Wainal Usman
|d/a. O C S Menara Cakrawala Lt.3 Jl. MH Thamrin No.9 |
Jumat, 21 Mei 2010
"The founders of BUDOKAN studied a number of Martial Arts including Chinese Kung-fu, Tae Kwon Do, and several styles of Karate-do including Shito-ryu, Shotokan and Keishinkan. Keishinkan is a minor style of the Shuri-Te strain and is not widely known even in its country of birth. It comes from the line of Toyoma Sensei and the excellent qualities of their instructors are well known in Australia, Malaysia and elsewhere.”
Budokan Karate of Australia; http://members.ozemail.com.au/~budokan/history.html
"The Malaysia Karateka learned the techniques and Kata of changing coaches and from different styles starting from 1960...Shito Ryu, Shotokan, Goju Ryu & Keishinkan. (1967 - 1970) ...five coaches of Keishinkan under...Grandmaster Takazawa remained for a long time in Malaysia...spreading the Keishinkan style.”
Karate - Stilrichtung Shorin Ryu Siu Sin Kan; http://www.karate-online.de/bkb/siusinkan.htm
[The cherry blossom (Sakura) crest was adopted as the symbol of the All-Japan Karatedo Association (Zen Nihon Karatedo Renmei) founded by Master Toyama Kanken in 1946.]
At the age of 9, Toyama Kanken began karate training with his first instructor, Itarashiki Choiku (known to have beaten Motobu in a street fight). Once Toyama had learned proper protocol, courtesy, kihon execution, and initial kata understanding, the then accepted founders of Shuri-te (Itosu Anko) and Naha-te, (Higaonna Kanryo) became his mentors until he had mastered all they had to offer. Funakoshi Sensei and Mabuni Sensei left the teaching of Itosu long before Toyama Sensei, and in doing so missed additional fine points of Itosu's knowledge. Additionally, Toyama Sensei sought out a master of Okinawa-te in Tomari and undertook instruction by the then accepted Tomari-te founder, Matsumora Kosaku (Oyadomari Kokan was another). Matsumora also had mastery in Shaolin martial arts and Kempo from Anan, a Chinese master from Fuzhou.
Karate-do was born combining Kakutojutsu (fighting martial arts), which had been studied in Okinawa 500 years ago, and Kempo, which was introduced from China.
By combining all known defensive techniques, they invented Toshukuken (The Hand Protecting the Body).
Motivated by an intense desire to learn, know, and master all the martial arts available to him, Toyama Sensei continued to seek out those with in-depth expertise albeit from Okinawa or China, and submerge himself with those masters until they had little more to teach him. With Okinawa-te training maturity, Toyama Sensei was now deemed a master and teacher of Tomari-te, Shuri-te and Naha-te.
Like Itosu Sensei, Toyama Kanken took his knowledge and skills to the Okinawa public schools and became a physical education teacher and karate headmaster.
After the World War II, Toyama came under the influence of a third group of masters, in the persons of Miyagi Chojun and Chibana Choshin. After the death of Miyagi in 1953, Toyama received instruction from Kyoda Juhatsu of Okinawa To'on-ryu.
To honor Itosu and Higaonna, Toyama Sensei adopted their combined systems and called them Okinawa Seito Ryu Karate-do!
Where Chinese fighting systems blended with Kakutojutsu producing the deadliest martial art Toshukuken; known for personal protection
Oorthodox, Original, or Pure;
System of martial art.
This meant that he had merged all the techniques of Shuri-te, Tomari-te, and Naha-te, but left their kata untouched, separate and pure. Toyama expressed that one should learn all the teachings of Shuri-te, then Tomari-te, and finally Naha-te. Each art was complete in itself, but together they became the "ultimate" training experience and successfully complimented one another & promote the practitioner as a “complete” Master of empty hand … karate! He then taught school in Taiwan and learned the Chinese "internal" martial arts of Taijichuan.
Upon returning to Tokyo in 1930, Toyama opened his first dojo named the SHU DO KAN (The Hall for the study for the Way). Toyama Kanken then opened a second dojo and named it the KEI SHIN KAN.
Toyama Kanken quickly became famous for his Aka Ryoku (strong gripping methods of Itosu and Itarashiki) and given his diverse martial arts background, the Japanese government soon recognized Toyama's knowledge, skill, and expertise. Thus, a government official awarded Toyama "Dai Shihan" (supreme, ultimate Grand Master) and the right to promote to any rank in any style of karate.
Kanken Toyama and other grandmasters were seeking, at that time, to unify Karate-Do as one family rather than see the spread of so-called “styles”. Thus, Toyama Kanken did not claim to teach any particular “style” of Karate-Do and he said, in reference to karate styles, that "styles are limited to the personality of their founders and so development is limited."
True Karate-Do development is not restricted”. Toyama Dai Shihan taught Okinawa Seito Ryu Karate-Do. In other words, he taught pure Okinawa karate.
Toyama Kanken, Dai Shihan, founded the All Japan Karate-Do Federation (AJKF) in 1946. By establishing an organization such as the AJKF, Toyama's intention was to unify the karate of Japan and Okinawa into one governing organization, providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and technique.
Prior to his death, Toyama Dai Shihan gave permission to Onishi Eizo Sensei to open his own dojo. Toyama chose the name for the dojo... Koei Kan.
Toyama Dai Shihan died in 1966.
After Toyama Sensei's death other senior students established their own styles:
Toshi Hanaue maintained the original Shu Do Kan dojo;
Ichikawa Iso founded Do Shin Kan Ryu (The Heart of the Way Style) in 1969;
Michio Koyasu founded Soryu (The All or Complete Style) in 1967.
Byong In Yoon - the only Korean listed in Toyama's book as a 5th Dan Shihan.
Two Byong In Yoon students went on to found two of Korea's most important Kwans.
Lee Nam-suk founded the Chang Moo Kwan (Hall for the Propagation of Military Training) and
Park Chull-hee founded the Kang Duk Won (Training Hall for the Teaching of Virtue).
In 1948 Master Toyama gave one of his best students, Master Takazawa, a training hall (dojo) with instructions that it be called Kei Shin Kan. Thus Kei Shin Kan was formed, not as a particular style of Karate, but a dojo teaching Okanawa Seito Ryu under the supervision of Master Takazawa in Japan.
KEI SHIN KAN
A place to develop those qualities
The karate-do we practice is
OKINAWA SEITO RYU
Okinawa - original, pure, orthodox - system/style
The resulting association is the
(International KEI SHIN KAN Karate Association)
Onishi Eizo Sensei (Black gi top) - Koei-kan
Kyoda Juhatsu (sitting on left) - To'on Ryu
Toyama Kanken Dai Shihan (sitting on right) - Okinawa Seito Ryu
Grandmaster Takazawa Masanao (standing 2nd from right) - Keishinkan
Toyama, Dai Shihan taught Takazawa O'Sensei
the art of the “empty hand” as he himself had been
taught by Grandmasters Itosu, Higaonna, Oyadomari, Matsumora and other great masters .
Having first received instruction from his father in the martial arts, at age 17 he was accepted for further training by Toyama Kanken Dai Shihan. Toyama Sensei “opened the doors” of such masters of the day such as Kyan Sensei, Kyoda Juhatsu Sensei, and Chibana Sensei for Takazawa Sensei to experience differing perspectives of techniques from Shuri-te, Tomari-te, Naha-te, Japan and China.
Grandmaster Takazawa was privileged to assist Toyama O'Sensei in the development of kata. Toyama is the person who originated the kata Juroku, Nanajushi, Juhachi, Keishin, et. al. Grandmaster Takazawa was asked to assist in their development and work out the "rough" spots. Takazawa O'Sensei also created Matsu and other small, but essential kata.
Takazawa O'Sensei was a teacher in Nagano-Prefecture, Oshika-Village elementary school
before returning to his place of birth in Okayashi, Nagano, Japan, where today he continues to work in physiotherapy and acupuncture, assisted by his wife and two sons. If one learns to injure, should they not also learn to heal or treat those injured?” ... is a question that motivated Takazawa Sensei to attended first Boston University and then Harvard University to study another art…the art of medicine, the treatment of those in pain or suffering.
The move to the mountain area of Nagano also served to honor of his ancestors, who were samurai of Matsumoto Castle...where they lived the Code of the Samurai. Takazawa O'Sensei, the living "Kan" of KEI SHIN KAN settled the "Hombu" in the serenity of the mountains...far away from the busy material world of Tokyo. Although he maintains a large dojo were his mentor, Toyama Kanken, first gave Takazawa one of his two dojos...the KEI SHIN KAN of Tokyo. Grandmaster Takazawa truly expresses the “Spirit of Budo” in his life.
Takazawa O'Sensei has not sat still when it comes to martial arts. He has trained and mastered Kendo, Iaido, Kyudo, Aikido, Judo and has learned much about the American version of the Ninja...the American Indian.
For as much as he learned, Grandmaster Takazawa also has contributed. He skillfully facilitates understanding of kihon, shines a light on the hidden truths of kata, sets new limits of physical discipline and invites others to follow.
“They will know you by the tracks you leave!”
Takazawa O'Sensei leaves tracks of courage, tracks of strength, and tracks of wisdom and honor, for others to follow...for others to learn!
What tracks will you leave?
In the 50's Jim Nelson (Sandan, left) and Bill Dye (Nidan, not pictured) were the first to bring the training of Okinawa Seito Ryu from the KEI SHIN KAN to the United States.
While Nelson was still a Ikkyu, Takazawa O'Sensei promoted him for a day (complete with certificate) in order to test he kumite skills agains all Yudansha at the Prefecture Karate Championship. Bugei armor was used in this tournament for hard contact. At the end of the day Jim Nelson had won 1st Place at the tournament against all systems. Takazawa O'Sensei then tore up his Shodan rank until he had fully earned it.
Jim Nelson's first students in the USA were, in order
Robert Yarbrough, Jim Sullivan, Charlie Mathews
Sensei Robert Yarbrough began training Rod Murray (from Kenkojuku Shotokan).
Master Murray's early beginnings as a champion wrestler in a Minnesota high school and at Mayville State University/Mankato State University, helped his rise to 5th degree in Judo & 2nd degree in Aikido.
Rod Murray competed kata and kumite throughout California/Nevada, Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, Tennessee, Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska, Arizona and Indiana... consistently placing 1st, 2nd, or 3rd.
In the early 70's Sensei Murray garnered enough points to tie Pete Rabino as overall USKA Nationals Points Champion at the Anderson, IN national tournament and banquet. Grandmaster Trias said there couldn't be a tie. Rod suggested they fight it out to determine the winner. Since it was banquet night, Trias said that there should be a “coin toss” and Rod lost the toss for 2nd place in the national point standing. However, when Trias explained what had happened with the tie, others in the banquet expressed, "let'em fight it out", "move a few tables"... [first among them were Parker Shelton, a true karatemen's karate-ka]. Trias said it had already been settled by the coin. But he acknowledged both as true national champions.
Grandmaster Trias (retired Arizona State Police) was influential in Rod Murray's decision to earn a degree in law enforcement. Murray earned an A.A. (1973), B.A. (1974), & Masters of Science Degree (1988) and post-graduate study (1989) in Criminal Justice, Calif. St. Univ., Sacramento. Being a police officer, Sensei Murray quickly learned which techniques worked and what was merely “show.” His work in Minnesota, California, and Nevada (Reno/North Lake Tahoe) honed his aikido, judo and karate skills.
Now it is Grandmaster Takazawa that has influenced Murray Sensei to pursue a degree in the "natural" healing arts of Oriental Medicine/Accupuncture at Bastyr University, Seattle, WA.
Martial arts greats such as:
Major Phil Porter (Mather AFB),
Ed Parker (LA),
Parker Shelton (IN),
Jim McClain (OH),
Mel Wise (IN),
Okano Tomasaburo (Japan),
Jim Arwood (CA),
Robert Halliburton (CA),
Bill Clingen (CA; Tang Soo Do/Moo Duk Kwon) and
Jay Lunon (WA; Pai Lum Tao)
...also provided mentoring in one form or another throughout Sensei Murray's forty-six years of training.
Murray & Suzuki
In 1992, Rod Murray (age 46), Isaac Espinosa, and Bart Coy won 1st Place in full contact Koshiki Team Kumite in Japan by outfighting Japanese, Malaysian, Australian, Indonesian, Singapore, and New Zealand Teams. It was the first time a non-Japanese team had ever won the tournament.
By 1997, Sensei Murray (51) had competed and won the AAU Washington State Championship and the AAU Region 12 Championship in kumite and kata. At the AAU National Karate Championship in Orlando, Florida, Sensei Murray fought to second place in a televised match against a tough opponent from New York. A review of the tape shows that Sensei Murray had won the match, but since the center judge had given his decision...the victory stood. Both fighters enjoyed the hard fight! Sensei Murray said he hadn't had a fight like that since he fought Fred Wren in a USKA North Dakota State Karate Championship in Fargo, ND.
Again in 1998, Sensei Murray pursued and won the AAU Washington State Championship and moved on to the AAU Region 12 finals at Grants Pass, OR. He placed second in the Region but in qualifying for the Nationals, Sensei Murray sustained a throat punch, which broke a small bone and sent him to Seattle Harborview Trauma Center for a life threatening injury and a NDE.
Sensei Murray no longer fights in competition and he has become a student of QiQong and Hsing Yi Ch'uan Fa Neigong to heal, increase internal energy, and keep the "energy gates" open providing good "flow" throughout his body... much as Grandmasters Toyama and Takazawa.
Of Sensei Murray's 46 years training, 41 years have been with Takazawa O'Sensei
with my Shodan Yudansha registered with the Zen Nihon Renmei Karate-do association
started by Toyama Sensei!
In the early 70's Shinohara Nobuhiro (Rokudan) was sent by Takazawa to ensure training standards and further develop Okinawa Seito Ryu and the KEI SHIN KAN.
During his first year in the USA, Shinohara won the overall Weapons Grand Champion at Ed Parker's International karate Championships.
Nobu first began instruction in the Los Angeles area of Californian, then in Boise, Idaho. With time Sensei Shinohara taught in the Midwest areas of Missouri and Arkansas.
Murray Sensei said, "I've traveled and fought in many tournaments in and outside the USA borders, I've not seen a technician of kumite and kate such as Nobu." Yet Nobu did not seem that interested in fighting within the United States. He found greater pleasure in teaching and later...his wife, family, and friends.
Today, Nobu Shinohara lives in Las Vegas.