INTERNATIONAL BUDOKAI KAN AUSTRALIA
What is Kyokushin Budo Kai?
"Any technique which brings success is good. A good and effective technique will be integrated into this system regardless of the style from which the technique originated. Kyokushin Budo Kai is a full contact all round fighting system. Above all, it is a 'street effective' Martial Art of the highest possible reality." The Kihon, or basics, of Kyokushin Budo Kai have evolved through the merger of techniques from many styles and systems. However, the dominant styles practised within this all round fighting system (free-fight) are Kyokushin Karate (at times called 'Kyokushinkai'), Judo, Jiu Jitsu and Sambo. Almost all Te and Keri Waza (hand and foot techniques), Nage Waza (throwing techniques) and Ne Waza techniques (grappling/ground aka. Katame Waza) are allowed and practised with full contact. Kyokushin Budo Kai was developed by Jon Bluming (10. Dan Kyokushin, 9. Dan Judo, 4. Dan Bo Jitsu, 4. Dan Jodo, 4. Dan Iai Jitsu, 2. Dan Kendo). He firmly believes that only when one is fully familiar with all three empty hand combat zones (striking, throwing and grappling) can one be considered to be trained in a street-effective self defence system.
Only when one masters all zones of unarmed martial arts, that is striking, throwing and grappling equally, can one claim to be trained in a system of self defence based on the highest possible reality.
The Tsunami - symbol of the Kyokushin Budo Kai
The Tsunami symbol used by the International Kyokushin Budokai signifies the willingness to react like water to each and every situation. The practitioner of Kyokushin Budo Kai adjusts and perseveres under all circumstances and when necessary smashes an opponent - just like the Tsunami.
WITHOUT KOKORO BUDO IS ONLY AN EMPTY SHELL!!!
Kokoro is the word for the metaphysical heart, as in “heart, mind, spirit.”. Kokoro has a meaning related to the soul. Therefore the word is often used in Japanese literature and music to refer to "heart and soul" in one.Kokoro is the word for the metaphysical heart, as in “heart, mind, spirit.”. Kokoro has a meaning related to the soul. Therefore the word is often used in Japanese literature and music to refer to "heart and soul" in one.
Kaicho Jon Bluming 10th Dan & Hanshi Lionel Bricnet 8th Dan
Kyokushin Budokai Australia.
INTERNATIONAL BUDOKAI KAN AUSTRALIA is the Honbu (National Headquarters) of the International Budokai Kan - SHIN KAKUTOGI Group, - All Round Fighting - Jon Bluming Karate.
Australian Branch Chief: Shihan Craig Wilson 5th Dan
Website for IBK Australia: www.ensomartialarts.com.au
IBK World website: www.ibk.world