Masayuki Kukan Hisataka

                   
Masayuki Kukan Hisataka
     

Президент Международной федерации Косики Каратэ Masayuki Kukan Hisataka - Почетный член Неправительственного совета национальной безопасности России. В 2002 году на Открытом кубке России по Косики каратэ председатель НСНБР А.Г.Огнивцев провел церемонию награждения г-на Хисатака Золотым дипломом НСНБР с вручением свидетельства Почетного члена НСНБР за выдающийся вклад в развитие детсткого спорта в России и активную помощь при создании Технологии идеологического противодействия наркотизации России "Открытый урок против наркотиков".

 
In 1987, Masayuki Kukan Hisataka, Hanshi 9th dan, developed the “Super Safe” protective equipment for use by all people who practice Karatedo or other contact martial arts.

By using the Super Safe protective equipment, we can train without fear of injury and still execute full power punching, kicking, striking, and other hitting (ate-waza) techniques. Along with the Super Safe protective equipment, Hanshi Hisataka introduced the Koshiki Karatedo competition rules. The Koshiki Karatedo rules, which accumulate points for contestants during matches based on successful techniques used, allow participants and audiences to clearly understand the results of matches.

 

In 1981, the 1st All Japan Contact (Koshiki) Karatedo Championship was held at the National Yoyogi Dai-ichi Gymnasium in Tokyo . The Championship included many styles of Karatedo, and was strongly influenced by Koshiki Karatedo along with non-contact and other contact Karate schools, Nihon Kempo, Chinese martial arts, and Shorinji-Kempo, among others. The tournament was honored by the support of highly respected individuals in Japan , including Mr. Tokuichiro Tamazawa (President), a member of the Upper House of Japan's parliament and the former Minister of Japan's Defense Agency, and Mr. Keizo Obuchi (Senior Advisor), former Prime Minister of Japan.

 

In advance of the 1st All Japan Contact (Koshiki) Karatedo Championship, in 1980 the 1st International Friendship Koshiki Karatedo Championship was held at the National Yoyogi Dai-ni Gymnasium, with contestants from many countries including Canada, the U.S., Australia, Switzerland, Venezuela, Colombia, Argentina, Spain, India, Singapore, Philippine, Taiwan and Hong Kong. President of the Championship was Mr. Shigeyoshi Matsumae, former president of the Nihon-Budokan and Tokai University , and Senior Advisor was Mr. Toshiki Kaifu, former Prime Minister of Japan.

 

Establishment of the All Japan Koshiki Karatedo Federation and the World Koshiki Karatedo Federation

 

At the same time as the 1st All Japan Contact (Koshiki) Karatedo Championship, the All Japan Koshiki Karatedo Association (subsequently changed to the All Japan Koshiki Karatedo Federation) was established with the support of all Sensei and Shihan of participating schools.

 

In the present day, Koshiki Karatedo tournaments are held frequently throughout the world. Since the first Koshiki Karatedo tournament in Japan , many International and World Championships have been held, involving countries from every region:

•  Asia Pacific region: Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, India, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Philippine , etc.

•  Africa region: Algeria, Mali, Senegal, Cote d'Ivoire, Tunisia, South Africa, Egypt, Sudan, etc.

•  American region: Canada, U.S.A., Venezuela, Colombia, Argentina , etc,

•  Eurasia region: Azerbaijan, Armenia, Republic of Georgia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Turkey, Tajikistan, Latvia, Bulgaria , Ukraine , Finland, Yugoslavia, etc.

•  Europe region: Switzerland, Spain, Germany, France, Portugal, Netherlands , Russia, England, Italy, Greece, etc.

 

In August 2003, the 22nd All Japan Koshiki Karatedo Championships were held at the National Yoyogi Dai-ni Gymnasium with many Japanese and foreign contestants, and in August 2004, the World Koshiki Karatedo Championships were held in Greece during the Olympics.

 

To promote health in both mind and body for all people, especially youth, the World Koshiki Karatedo Federation operates many local schools throughout the world.

 

The All Japan Koshiki Karatedo Federation and the World Koshiki Karatedo Federation strongly act together to aim at the eventual Olympic participation of Koshiki Karatedo.
 

 

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