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Gallery − A New Century: 2001 — 2005

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At the end of the year 2000, Onaga Yoshimitsu Kaichō presented a gift to each one of his top 10 deshi: a new Obi (belt) embroided with the characters 神人武館, which is pronounced Shinjinbukan and on the other side of the Obi the name of the deshi. For Onaga Kaichō this event closed the chapter of Onaga Karate Dōjō and Shōrin Ryū, and started a new one as Onaga Kaichō began using the name Shinjinbukan openly in Okinawa. This event also marked the point when he began teaching Ti to instructors and students from other Karate styles, which were later known as Shinjinbukai Affiliates.

This was the turning point when Onaga Kaichō authorized his deshi to begin sharing his knowlefge of Ti openly at each Shinjinbukan branch outside of Okinawa. This new century marked the final departure for the Shinjinbukan School away from Ryūha, but instead our compass was pointing north towards Ti. Our identity was no longer defined as a traditional Karate style such as Shōrin Ryū, but instead defined as Onaga no Ti. This concept started a new Era dedicated towards the development of Ti. Indeed, Ti existed for centuries before the creation of Ryūha as the original Ryūkyū martial arts tradition. For Onaga Kaichō, Ti is a living tradition, which is not about preserving old ideas for the sake of tradition, but instead Ti is defined by the quest for constant self-improvement and the search for new innovations to the entire system. 

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Onaga Yoshimitsu Kaichō

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Slava Grinshpun − Dōjō Chō

 

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FRANCE:

Shinjinbukan Lyon Dōjō

Jean-marie Perrier − Dōjō Chō

Ludovic Soler − Assistant Instructor

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Shinjinbukan Augsburg Dōjō

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