The form of Shotokan Karate taught in the Yoseikan Dojo in Shizuoka, Japan, under the leadership of Minoru Mochizuki ( Mchizuki Minoru, 1907-2003) is known as Yoseikan-Ryu Karate ( – literally House of Honesty and Education).
Gichin Funakoshi, the person who formally introduced Karate to the Japanese mainland in 1921, was Minoru Mochizuki’s primary teacher. Minoru Mochizuki formally organized his arts into Yoseikan Budo in the 1970s.
Our style dates back to the early 1900s and incorporates a variety of martial arts, such as judo, Tenshin Shoden Katori Shinto-ryu, aikido, kobudo, iaido, kendo, jojutsu, and kempo.
In keeping with the times, we expanded the style and added self-defense.
Branco Bratich, a 9th Dan, is the Chief Instructor for Yoseikan in Australia.
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