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Kenpo Kai - 'Way of the gathered fist' This style may be considered to be a traditional form of Japanese Karate it is actually closely linked to Shaolin Kung Fu.Its origins may be disputed but legend has it that a Chinese family took a Japanese traveller - Tawada Ishizaka who ended up staying with them for 20 years.On his return to Japan he codified the system and handed its methods down through later generations of his family.

Later on the art known as Chiang Chuan, was called Ishizaka Ha Kenpo (boxing of the Ishizaka family). While it was shown in different villages, they had moments of prestige, many youngsters constantly asked to join in order to learn and have adventures.

Later the descendants of Tawada Ishizaka travels to the Chinese city Shangai, in order to train with the master Hou Chiang (1889-1978) and recover the ancient techniques of Chiang Chuan, which were already lost. They do this for 2 years, with continuous trips and long stays.

In 1969, the teacher Kazuo Ishizaka with the help of his nephew Sotoki finishes the full checking and reorganization of all the techniques and he decided to call it Kenpo Kai in honour of the get-together of the two schools Ishizaka Ha Kenpo and Chiang Chuan. From this moment on, the art of KENPO KAI is taught to eastern and western people who are interested in learning it.



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