‘Karate in the Ryukyu Kingdom, Okinawa Prefecture, and Hawaii’ with Pat Nakata and Charles C. Goodin

“Karate in the Ryukyu Kingdom, Okinawa Prefecture, and Hawaii: How Is Okinawan Culture Spread Through Karate?”1 is a video from a 9 Feb. 2012 presentation by Sensei Pat Nakata2, Okinawa Shorin-Ryu Karate Association (Chibana Shorin-Ryu), and Charles C. Goodin, president, Hawaii Karate Museum and Hawaii Karate Seinenkai, and chief instructor, Hikari Dojo. It was sponsored by the Center for Okinawan Studies, University of Hawaii.

Part 1: Karate in the Ryukyu Kingdom and Hawaii

Part 2: Karate in the Ryukyu Kingdom and Hawaii

Part 3: Karate in the Ryukyu Kingdom and Hawaii

Part 4: Karate in the Ryukyu Kingdom and Hawaii

Part 5: Karate in the Ryukyu Kingdom and Hawaii

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1 See the excellent summary by Michael Schoonover, “Karate Then and Now – Lecture by Charles Goodin and Sensei Pat Nakata,” Okinawan at Heart, 2.13.13.
2 Sensei Pat Nakata passed away on 7 Feb. 2013 (Goodin, 2.15.13).

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