Internationale aansluiting en erkenning van onze sportschoolAls sportschool zijn wij aangesloten bij- en erkend door de IKOK. International Karate Organization KyokushinKaikan, waarvan het hoofdkantoor zich in Tokyo Japan bevindt. Hieronder vind u meer informatie. Voor uitgebreidere info kunt u de Japanse website bezoeken. IKOK wordt ook wel IKO Sosai genoemd uit respect voor de oprichter Mas Oyama Sosai.
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IKO Kyokushinkaikan Custodian
Kikuko (Kuristina) Oyama
Born in Tokyo on October 21st, 1971
Kikuko Oyama is the third daughter of Sosai. She spent many years abroad studying, and now devotes her days to the protection and reconstruction of Kyokushinkaikan.
IKO Kyokushinkaikan Kancho
Born in Tokyo on February 13th, 1971
1985 - Began training at the Kyokushin Josai Branch
2000 - Joined So-Honbu
2009 - Appointed Kancho
"Let's develop our bodies and minds through Kyokushin karate!"
IKO Kyokushinkaikan Executive Committee Chairman
Born in China on November 28th, 1927
1975 - Joined So-Honbu dojo at the age of 47.
Worked closely alongside Sosai as Technical Director at Black Belt Gradings, and Executive Committee Chairman at World Tournaments and All Japan Tournaments.
"Let's all join together and continue to pursue the never ending path of Kyokushin!"
The IKO Kyokushinkaikan aims to promote a cooperative and inspiring environment for everyone, regardless of gender, race, nationality, religion or economical circumstances, to realize his/her fullest potential spiritually and physically through the Budo Karate of Sosai Mas Oyama.
The primary goals of the IKOK are:
- To preserve the original philosophy and teachings of Sosai Mas Oyama.
- To honor the honbu established by Sosai Mas Oyama as the spiritual home of Kyokushin Karate and IKO Kyokushinkaikan headquaters and to preserve so-honbu for all future generations.
- To ensure the very highest of teaching and training standards amongst its representatives worldwide to maintain Kyokushin's integrity and standardization.
- To progagate the true values of Budo; honesty, loyalty, humility, courage, effort, filial piety, consideration for others, wise discrimination and balance.