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Japanese/Okinawan Martial Arts Masters
TermKanjiDescription
Arakaki Ankichi新垣安吉Early Shorinryu prodigy, died young, student of Kyan (1899-1927)
Arakaki Seisho新垣世璋Ryukyuan Court Translator, Naha-te Pioneer (1840-1920)
Chatan Yara北谷屋良Li Dao (利導) aka Chatan Yara, Kobudo Master. (1740-1812)
Chibana Choshin知花朝信Founder of Kobayashi Ryu, student of Itosu (1885-1969)
Chitose Tsuyoshi千歳强直Born Chinen (Gochoku) Masuo, founded Chitoryu (1898-1984)
Higa Seiko比嘉世幸Early Gojuryu Karate Pioneer. (1898-1966)
Higashionna Kanryo東恩納寛量Naha-te pioneer, trained in China. (1853-1915)
Iha Kotatsu伊波興達Tomari-te teacher, student of Matsumora (1873-1928)
Itosu Anko糸洲安恒Father of modern Shorinryu karate. (1831-1916)
Jana Uekata Rizan謝名親方利山Executed by the Satsuma, practiced martial arts (1549-1611)
Kojo Chinpe湖城珍部Cai Shichang (蔡世昌) 1st Generation head of Kojoryu (1780-1865)
Kojo Choko湖城張喬Cai Zhaogong (蔡肇功) founder of Kojoryu (1656–1737)
Kojo Isei湖城以正3rd Generation head of Kojoryu (1832-1891)
Kojo Kafu湖城嘉富6th Generation head of Kojuryu (1909-1996)
Kojo Kaho湖城嘉宝4th Generation head of Kojoryu (1849-1925)
Kojo Shoi湖城精仁Cai Changwei (蔡昌偉) 2nd Generation head of Kojoryu (1816-1906)
Kojo Shuren湖城秀蓮5th Generation head of Kojuryu (1883-1945)
Kuniyoshi Shinkichi国吉真吉Early Naha Te pioneer, Saijutsu/Bojutsu master (1848-1926)
Kyan Chotoku喜屋武朝徳Famous karate teacher and pioneer of Tomari Te (1870-1945)
Makabe Choken真壁朝顕Ryukyuan lord and early Te pioneer. (1785-1825)
Matsumora Kosaku松茂良興作Tomari Te Pioneer and significant contributor (1829-1898)
Matsumura Sokon松村宗棍Bushi, aka Kiyo Sokon (嘉陽宗棍), Jigenryu/Te Master (1809-1899)
Miyagi Chojun宮城長順Founder of Gojuryu Karate. (1888-1953)
Nagamine Shoshin長嶺将真Founder of Matsubayashi Shorin Ryu, Author (1907-1997)
Nakamura Shigeru仲村茂Founder of Okinawa Kempo (1894-1969)
Nakasone Seiyu仲宗根正侑Tomari-Te Master student of Iha Kotatsu (1895-1983)
Nakazato Shugoro仲里周五郎Founder of Shorinkan, student of Chibana (1920-2016)
Sakugawa Kanga佐久川寛賀Bojutsu expert, aka Teruya Kanga (1786-1867)
Sakugawa Kangi佐久川寛喜Early bojutsu pioneer, aka Teruya Kangi (1733-1815)
Shimabuku Tatsuo島袋龍夫Founder of Isshinryu (一心流) Karate (1908-1975)
Shimabukuro Taro島袋善良Famous karate teacher - had 28 teachers (1905-1980)
Tamaki Juei玉城寿英Naha Te Pioneer and Gojuryu & kobudo prodigy (1905-1997)
Teruya Kishin照屋規箴One of the founders of Tomari Te (1804-1864)
Tokashiki Iken渡嘉敷唯賢Founder of Gohakukai, karate historian (1940-present)
Uema Yoki上間上輝Shorinryu visionary, kata and history collector (1920-2011)

Chinese Martial Arts Masters
TermKanjiDescription
Bodhidharma菩提達磨Indian Monk responsible for Zen Buddhism (approx 500-580)
Li Yuan利元Chinese immigrant, first steward of Chatan (1630-1705)
Liu Long Gong劉龍公Chinese Military Attaché AKA Ryu Ryu Ko, Ason (1792-1881)
Wu Xianghui吳賢貴Gokenki, Chinese White Crane Master (1886-1940)
Xie Xongxiang謝崇祥Founder of Minghe Quan (1852-1930)
Yao Wei Bo瑶違伯Iwa - Chinese Martial Arts teacher in Fuzhou (approx 1800-1890)
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