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    anyone heard of these Japanese styles?

    Motobu-Ha Shito Ryu karate and Hakkoryu Ju-Jitsu

    I heard that Motobu is alot like kempo but im not sure and that Hakkoryu is alot like Aikijujitsu. If anyone has expierence in these arts or has knowledge of them a little help would be apprechiated.

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    hmm no JJ experts around here huh?

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    There are but those are the most random names ever....

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    I've heard of Hakko Ryu before. There's a guy in Denver named Dennis Palumbo who teaches it. That being said, I have no idea of the answer to the obvious question--does he have anything to teach?

    I don't know about the Motobu-Ha thing, but Shito Ryu is a common form of Japanese karate.

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    Originally posted by Mr. Glass
    hmm no JJ experts around here huh?
    Bite your tongue NoOb. Your on MY schedule I am not on yours!. GOT IT!!!:p

    Heard of both of them. I even studied Hakkoryu breifly. They are both easy to look up.
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    lol my bad Asia dont worry i wont be a noob for long. Could you tell me more about Hakkoryu from your personal expierence. Is it joint lock/throw, grappling/submission or a mixture of both?

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    I met a guy who did Hakkoryu one time when he came down for a seminar. As I can remember it was more of a throw/joint lock/submission style. No grappling really.
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    Originally posted by The_Ghost
    I met a guy who did Hakkoryu one time when he came down for a seminar. As I can remember it was more of a throw/joint lock/submission style. No grappling really.
    I've been looking for a new .sig to use.

    Could I use your quote? Of course, I'll attribute it.

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    AFAIK, Hakkoryu traces its roots back to Daito-ryu Aikijutsu, so it looks similar to Aikido, which is another Daito-ryu descendant. Don't know about its views on theory and application, though. It's a fairly common style.

    As for Shito-ryu, the style has lots of senior members who chose to retain the core teachings while adding their own personal innovations. This happens often in Japanese MA. Haven't heared of Motobu-Ha, but some of the more well known Shito-ryu groups are Tani-Ha (Shukokai), Itosu-Kai (Japan Karate Organization), Hayashi-Ha and Nanbu Do. Lots of these group's member sites are listed on google.

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    thanks for the info fellas

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