Sosai (Great Master) Masutatsu Oyama was born in Korea in 1923 and became the founder of Japan’s most renowned — and the world’s most widespread — style of karate. From the age of 9, Mas Oyama learned Chinese Kempo in Manchuria and followed into his teens by practicing Judo and boxing. Finally this led him to the practice of Okinawan karate, which ultimately served as the springboard for the creation of his own style, Kyokushin, or the “The Ultimate Truth.” By the time Mas Oyama was 20, he had received his 4th dan in Okinawan karate and, though tireless study,eventually attained a 4th dan in Judo as well.
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Mas Oyama's Karate
WHY LEARN KYOKUSHIN KARATE?
We are full contact karate. We don't hold back punches and kicks when training. We train for real life situations. In reality, there are no headgears or shin guards or gloves.
You will learn from Shihan Michael, the only practising student of Sensei Yoshinaga (who was the ushi deshi of Mas Oyama). We strive to teach Karate as it is taught in Japan. Our instructors refresh themselves annually in Japan instructor camps.
Discipline & Respect
The junior-senior system instills discipline and mutual respect, something that is severely lacking in modern martial arts. Kyokushin Malaysia makes no compromises in this area
WHERE TO FIND US
The dojo is located above Perodua showroom, and directly opposite PJ Speech and Drama.
Address: 2B Jln 19/36,
46300 Petaling Jaya , Selangor
Phone: 018 2199 268 / 016 38989 958