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Leere Hand - Vom Wesen des Budo-Karate


Kenei Mabuni
Leere Hand
Vom Wesen des Budo-Karate

Ed. by Carlos Molina
Translated from Japanese by Bernd Winter

256 pages, 100 figures
Paperback with film lamination, 210 x 145 mm
Language: German
ISBN: 978-3-938305-05-8

€ 19,80



 

The Lifework of a Grandmaster of Karate

Budō is the path of the Japanese traditional martial arts. Mabuni Kenei has followed this path for almost eight decades until now. He belongs to the last masters taught directly by the founders of modern karatedō. The son and heir of Mabuni Kenwa – the founder of Shitō-ryū – has acquired a deep understanding of the essence of Karate as a Budō art during his course of life. He communicates this extremely complex knowledge to the reader in a vivid and fascinating way. For this purpose he uses his own memories and experiences, technical descriptions, historical and philosophical considerations, legends and anecdotes of the lives of famous samurai and budōka (masters of sword fighting, aikidō, Okinawa-te and karate). For the beginner the book provides an idea of the inexhaustible possibilities of budō as a school of life, and the experienced practitioner will find numerous stimuli for his further development and also for his own teaching activities.

“This book is a message from a forgotten but precious past, it is an invitation to follow the path of the ‘accomplished human being’, which is the true path of karatedō. Sōke Mabuni even goes beyond this path by making connections with Buddhist, Taoist and Confucian spirituality. May his message be read and understood.” (Hanshi Roland Habersetzer, 9. Dan Karatedo, Soke, Tengu ryu)

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