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Masayuki Hisataka Net Worth

Masayuki Hisataka Net Worth is
$700,000

Masayuki Hisataka Biography

Template:Multiple issuesMasayuki Hisataka (?? ??, Hisataka Masayuki, born November 18, 1940) is head of Shorinjiryu Kenkokan Karate.He is a descendant of Seiwa and son of the founder of Shorinjiryu Kenkokan Karate, K?ri Hisataka. He started his training in judo and karate at the age of three and obtained a shodan in both disciplines by the time he was 13.He won the All-Japan Open Karatedo Championship in 1961 and 1962 and the Shorinjiryu Kenkokan Championship from 1958 to 1962. He graduated from Nihon University, holding a 4th dan in judo and a 5th dan in karate.Hisataka represented Japan at the World's Fairs in New York (1964) and Montreal (1967). He taught karate at Columbia University, State University of New York, McGill University, Loyola College, The National Theatre School of Canada and the Canadian Headquarters of Shorinjiryu Kenkokan Karatedo, the Ken Nin Kai dojo in Toronto.In the 1980s Masayuki Hisataka created the World Koshiki Karatedo Federation (WKKF), which is an organization for 'safe contact' fighting competition with protective chest and headgear using Koshiki rules with the intention of Karate being accepted into the Olympics. Koshiki black belt certification and Koshiki referee certification is offered in the WKKF. Currently, Hisataka is ranked Hanshi 9th Dan, Shorinjiryu Kenkokan Karate-Do, and Koshiki Karate-Do.He has also written two books about Shorinjiryu Karate: "Scientific Karatedo" (published in 1976) and "Essential Shorinjiryu Karatedo" (published in 1994). "Le Karate Koshiki", published only in French, focuses on training for Koshiki style competition fighting and other technical aspects.

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Date Of Birth1940-01-01
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TitleYearStatusCharacter
Quelques arpents de neige1972fighting scene coordinator

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