An Amateur Non Profit Sports organization dedicated to the practice and promulgation of true karate. Our basic objective is to supply our members a mean of developing character while being strengthen our members physically and mentally.
To attain this goal, we adhere to some high standards such as Character, Sincerity, Effort, Etiquette, Self confidence and Self control. We teach our members the principles of Shotokan karate, and make them, learn to live in harmony, friendship and develop a spirit of cooperation that will enable all our members and friends in the martial arts that will help our members to improve their life in their own communities and can help the humanity.
The Organization also aims to perpetuate, Promulgate and improve true karate, which is scientific and philosophical Art of Learning the Budo way.
Our Main Goal is the promotion of Shotokan Karate-do and Friendship with all practitioners.
Conduct Seminars with International masters.
Conduct Annual Seminars and Training to all Instructors.
Conduct Annual Karate Tournament and Seminars National Level.
Promotional Test through the Association.
Promotional Test through K A I
Promote friendship with all members and practitioners
Membership is now open to all Karate Organizations and Individuals. We support organizations of same goals. We seek to learn and practice Traditional Karate and follow the principles of the Dojo Kun.
Please feel free to contact us through mail for any queries.
- msolomon.sika @ gmail.com (+91 9944097096)
- pushpanathan.sika @ gmail.com (+91 9894244747)
History of Shotokan Karate
Gichin Funakoshi is known today as the father of modern day karate. He was born in 1868 in Okinawa. As a boy he studied karate under two masters, Master Itosu and Master Azato. Funakoshi, knowing the huge benefits of the study of karate, introduced karate into the Okinawan Public school system
In 1922, the Japanese Ministry of Education held a martial arts demonstration in Tokyo and Funakoshi was asked to introduce Okinawan karate to Japan.Funakoshi did not get the chance to return to Okinawa. His demonstration made a powerful impression on the Japanese public; Funakoshi was soon besieged with requests to further demonstrate and teach his art. Eventually Funakoshi had enough students to open the first karate dojo in Japan. The dojo was called ‘Shotokan’ (‘Kan’ means ‘building’, ‘Shoto’ means ‘pine waves’, which was Funakoshi’s pen name).
Gichin Funakoshi (1868 – 1957)
Gichin Funakoshi was born in Shuri, Okinawa in 1868. Funakoshi passed away in 1957 at the age of 88. Funakoshi-sensei is the man who introduced karate to Japan and the World.
WSKFJ Chief Instructor Hitoshi KASUYA
1948 Born in February
1971 Graduated from Hosei University law course.
1973 Graduated from Instructors Special Training Course of the Japan Karate Association(JKA)
1975 I.A.K.F. 1st World Championships, 1st place in team kumite and team kata (U.S.A)
1976 Asian Pacific Championships, 1st place in individual kumite (Hong Kong)
1977 I.A.K.F. 2nd World Championships, 1st place in team kumite and team kata (JAPAN)
1980 W.U.K.O. 5th World Championship, Japan National team member, team 4th place (Spain)
1982 W.U.K.O. 6th World Championships, Japan National team member, team kumite 3rd place
1983 S.K.I.F. 1st World Championships, 1st place in individual kata and team kumite (JAPAN)
1985 S.K.I.F. 2nd World Championship, 1st place in individual kumite and team kumite (Germany)
1989 Obtain Seventh (7) dan
1990 Establishment of W.S.K.F. designated Chief Instructor
2000 April Obtain Eight (8) dan