FAI#65

$5.95

WEAPONS TRAINING UNDER MASTER YAMAZAKI: A prominent Japanese Sensei of Karate and Kobudo weaponry visits Gt. Britain and teaches the fighting art of Bojutsu.
AIKIDO: THE UESHIBA LEGACY: Since the death in 1969 of O’Sensei Ueshiba, his son Kisshomaru has carried the mantle for the worldwide spread and dissemination of traditional Aikido.
THE SENSEI OF SHOTOKAN KARATE: Masaaki Ueki is a  great champion in the Japan Karate Association, having held the Kata crown six times and the Kumite once
KARATE KATA: APPLYING THE FORM: A highly regarded British karateka outlines his teaching approach to Kata in a series of sequential photos and explanatory text:|
THE ‘NO LOSE ART OF WING CHUN’: A meeting with Kung Fu Situ, Lo Man Kam of Taipei.
JAPAN vs. GT. BRITAIN: UNIVERSITY KARATE CHALLENGE: The sparks flew when a team of tough Keio University karateka took on their counterparts in Cambridge University.

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Fighting Arts International magazine was published from the 1970s to the 1990s and was, its time, the only serious journal on karate in particular, and martial arts in general. It attracted the best writers, had correspondents in Japan, and was published by Terry O’Neill, one of the most accomplished and successful Shotokan karate exponents of his generation. As a result of a series of excellent articles by Graham Noble which were years ahead of their time, European readers were introduced to the Okinawan karate masters who were largely forgotten in Japan, and completely unknown in the West. Thus a window onto the true history of the art was opened for the first time, and the truth revealed!

These are collectors items in good and in many cases in excellent condition.

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Weight0.25 lbs
Dimensions11.5 × 8.5 × 0.25 in