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Articles | kempoinfo.com

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I was askeda good question on the forum 'MartialArts Planet'about the relationship of Shaolin Kempo to theKempo Jutsuof Professor Feliciano 'Kimo' Ferreira, as I've been studying with Professor Kimo since late 2001.
The person asking wasJohn Bishop, Kajukenbo Professor, and author of the recent bookKajukenbo the Original Mixed Martial Art.


Articles | kempoinfo.com

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I was askeda good question on the forum 'MartialArts Planet'about the relationship of Shaolin Kempo to theKempo Jutsuof Professor Feliciano 'Kimo' Ferreira, as I've been studying with Professor Kimo since late 2001.
The person asking wasJohn Bishop, Kajukenbo Professor, and author of the recent bookKajukenbo the Original Mixed Martial Art.


Hawaii Karate Seinenkai Salutes Feliciano "Kimo" Ferreira

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Feliciano "Kimo" Ferreira | Kimo Ferreira
Feliciano "Kimo" Ferreira Born on November 20,1949, in Oakland, California, Feliciano "Kimo" Ferreira moved the Hawaii at a young age and began studying boxing and Kempo Karate when he was just 6. Ferreira also studied Aikijutsu, Escrima, Espada-y-Daga, Doce Manos, and Karazenpo. He is the founder of the Kempo Jutsu Kai. His school is located in Pearl City, Hawaii, and he has branches and conducts seminars around the world. More information about Ferreira can be obtained at the Kempo Jutsu Kai website. Ferreira has been featured in DVDs, numerous articles, and is the subject of an upcoming book published in Japan. He emphasizes "flow" and brutally effective techniques in his training. He is just as comfortable with the knife as he is with empty handed techniques. In fact, he often explains that knife techniques can be used with the empty hand and that empty hand techniques should flow smoothly like knife techiques. In April 2001, Ferreira arranged for the visit of Chosei Motobu (the son and successor of Choki Motobu) to Hawaii. Thanks to Ferreira and Kiko, a wealth of information about Choki Motobu and his possible connection to the art of Kenpo was uncovered. Ferreira also arranged for visits by Motobu to the mainland United States and Europe. Ferreira was one of the first supporters of the Hawaii Karate Seinenkai. He has contributed information and materials about Masayoshi James Mitose and William K. S. Chow (Kenpo/Kempo), Henry Seishiro Okazaki (Danzan Ryu), and numerous other aspects of the history of Karate in Hawaii. Kiko has helped to translate many articles from Japanese to English. The Hawaii Karate Seinenkai thanks and salutes Feliciano "Kimo" Ferreira and Kiko.


Hawaii Karate Seinenkai Salutes Feliciano "Kimo" Ferreira

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Feliciano "Kimo" Ferreira | Feliciano Ferreira
Feliciano "Kimo" Ferreira | Feliciano Ferreira Feliciano "Kimo" Ferreira Born on November 20,1949, in Oakland, California, Feliciano "Kimo" Ferreira moved the Hawaii at a young age and began studying boxing and Kempo Karate when he was just 6. Ferreira also studied Aikijutsu, Escrima, Espada-y-Daga, Doce Manos, and Karazenpo. He is the founder of the Kempo Jutsu Kai. His school is located in Pearl City, Hawaii, and he has branches and conducts seminars around the world. More information about Ferreira can be obtained at the Kempo Jutsu Kai website. Ferreira has been featured in DVDs, numerous articles, and is the subject of an upcoming book published in Japan. He emphasizes "flow" and brutally effective techniques in his training. He is just as comfortable with the knife as he is with empty handed techniques. In fact, he often explains that knife techniques can be used with the empty hand and that empty hand techniques should flow smoothly like knife techiques. In April 2001, Ferreira arranged for the visit of Chosei Motobu (the son and successor of Choki Motobu) to Hawaii. Thanks to Ferreira and Kiko, a wealth of information about Choki Motobu and his possible connection to the art of Kenpo was uncovered. Ferreira also arranged for visits by Motobu to the mainland United States and Europe. Ferreira was one of the first supporters of the Hawaii Karate Seinenkai. He has contributed information and materials about Masayoshi James Mitose and William K. S. Chow (Kenpo/Kempo), Henry Seishiro Okazaki (Danzan Ryu), and numerous other aspects of the history of Karate in Hawaii. Kiko has helped to translate many articles from Japanese to English. The Hawaii Karate Seinenkai thanks and salutes Feliciano "Kimo" Ferreira and Kiko.


The Why of Bunkai: A Guide For Beginners

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My good friend Professor Feliciano "Kimo" Ferreira teaches Kempo.
He often talks about "dirty" techniques. My friend, Professor Ferreira, is a virtual walking bunkai encyclopedia. I will mention just four who I have personally found to be very interesting (in alphabetical order): Feliciano Ferreira, Morio Higaonna, Patrick McCarthy, and Yang Jwing-Ming./1 I mention them because their tapes are filled with applications and/or drills. It is eye opening to see applications from Kempo (Ferreira), Goju-Ryu (Higaonna), Koryu Uchinadi (McCarthy), and Chinese arts (Jwing-Ming).


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