Motobu Goten, which is handed down to the Ryukyu Kingdom. In addition to fighting with bare hands, use weapons like hands, defeat enemies without stopping, and just leave. We will introduce the technique, which has long been regarded as a "mysterious martial art", with abundant photographs such as basic type, actual battle type, relative training, weapons, and multiple enemies. A must-see book for martial arts enthusiasts, including many valuable photographs of master Seikichi Uehara.
Kuchie Dojo Kun Background of the publication of this book About Motobu Udun The genealogy of Motobu Udun (Mr. Second Sho) and Motobu Udun Purpose of this book Motobu Udun martial arts technical system
Chapter 1 Basics Key points of Chapter 1 Hands
Chapter 2 Pedestrians and Handling Points in Chapter 2 Three Handlings One Straight Line Two Diagonal Kicking Three Crossing Stepping on the Toe Stepping on the heel Stepping on the foot Stepping on the foot Stepping on the foot Two series of thrusting Stepping on the foot Kicking Kick Outer turn Front kick Inward turn Side kick Continuous thrust kick
Chapter 3 Type / Bare Hand Relative Chapter 3 Points Difference between Motobu Udun 1 and 2 Motobu Udun's Kicking Kicking How to hit a Kicking Kicking Kicking Hands Kicking Kicking Hands Kicking Kicking Hands Martial arts 3 Martial arts 4 Martial arts 5 Martial arts Kicking Martial arts Kicking Bare hands Relative training Basics Bare hands Relative training Basics 1 Bare hands Relative training Basics 2 and 3 Parting training Bare hands Relative training Kicking relative training Kicking from the right position, handling and kicking, stabbing kicking, thrusting kicking, knee kicking, double kicking Ryukyu royal family secret headquarters Gotente martial arts five articles
Chapter 4 Toride Chapter 4 Points Kneading Hands Worshiping Hands Pushing Hands Relative Training Basics Toride Relative 1 and 2 Toride Relative 3 Toride Relative 4 Toride Relative 5 Toride Relative Training Examples Supplementary Nawa Tangled Hands Toride Headquarters Asayu Lesson
Chapter 5 Weapons and Multi-Enemy Chapter 5 Points Iai Iai Tori Standing Iai Karatake Split Long Sword Spear Stick Wake (櫂) Double-edged Sword Blue Dragon Sword 2-chome Kama Toufer Nuchiku Sai Weapon Relative Training Multi-enemy Training Basics Multi-enemy Training Multi-enemy training basic 2 Multi-enemy training application Multi-enemy weapon training 1 Multi-enemy weapon training 2 Multi-enemy weapon training 3 Headquarters palace weapon
Chapter 6 Dance Hands Chapter 6 Points Hama Chidori 1st Section Hama Chidori 2nd Section Hama Chidori 4th Section Lesson Song (Motobu Choyu)
Chapter 7 Headquarters Kenpo Chapter 7 Points His Naihanchi First Stage Polar Bear A Naihanchi that nourishes no-motion movements
Private, Karatedo Harukazekan Short History Material Edition Seikichi Uehara seen in the video and materials "Takeshi no Mai" by Mr. Uehara seen from the video Multi-enemy practice by Mr. Uehara seen from the video "Hama Chidori" technique and "Takete" Common point
About the author:
In 1961 (Showa 36), he entered the Nihonden Karatedo Shunfukan Dojo, which was opened by Professor Genjuro Takano, who was active as an assistant professor at the Dojo and Daidokan, which was presided over by Motobu Choki and Motobu Choki. He studied for 15 years and studied Motobu-ryu. In 1977, he formed the Motobu-ryu Karatedo / Japan Karatedo Headquarters with Motobu Choki Shihan's real child, Motobu Choki as the chairman, together with the people involved in karate who are related to the Motobu family. From around the same time, he belonged to the Motobu Udun Kobudo Kyokai and studied under Seikichi Uehara, who inherited the 12th Soke from the 11th Soke, Motobu Choyu Shihan, and the martial arts (martial arts of the Ryukyu Kingdom).