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Practical Taikiken methods that are easy for students of all levels.
A Chinese martial art, Yiquan, was founded by Wang Xiangzhai, who received the title of Guksu (a nation's leading kenpo artist).
Kenichi Sawai, the only Japanese martial artist who learned this kenpo from the king, began teaching in Japan with the Taiki Seisei Kenpo (commonly known as Taikiken).
Taikiken has attracted attention as a practical kenpo through technical exchanges that are comparable to the strongest karate warriors.
The feature is that the training method called [Ritsuzen], which raises both hands in front of the chest and keeps standing as if holding a ball, is the basis of the training.
Then, without wearing armor on the fist and head, perform [kumite], which allows attacks on the face with bare hands.