To become a serious karateka, one needs to toughen and strengthen the knuckles, wrists, and forarms. This goes for men as well as women. Mirjam Widmer, who took part in our series Women of Shotokan a few weeks ago, shows you how to do it right.
The Shotokan Times proudly announces its support for UNICEF. From today onward, it is going to donate 1 Euro for every item it sells in its newly opened shop to the United Nations Children’s Fund. […]
By Dr. Christian Tribowski We admit: We like Andre Bertel´s style of Karate. His refreshing understanding of Shotokan Karate as self-defense and its application to real fighting situations deserve more attention. Advertisement Real Fights are […]
Soke Hirokazu Kanazawa passed away on December 8, 2019. And the karate world mourns. For everybody, who wants to express their sympathies, we have set up a condolence board. Advertisement The facebook page of the […]