Literature | Книги

Mokuso yame

Autobiography of A.Tanyushkin – the founder of Russian Kyokushinkai School, the president and founder 0f the first na-tional organization, USSR/Russia Kyokushinkai Federation. In “Mokuso yame!” the master’s way, which was not easy, and his-torical contradictions of karate’s development in 90s are described. (M., 2000)

Kyokushinkai – the Spiritual Martial Tradition

In A.Tanyushkin’s and V.Fomin’s book, named “Kyokushinkai – the Spiritual Martial Tradition”, the traditional conception of Budo karate, revealing the unity of martial profession, art and Way, is presented. Tradition of Kyokushin Budo karate is considered in philosophical context of the Spiritual Martial Tradition common to the East and the West. The aspect of particular martial exercises in Kyokushin School is described here by the example of the authors’ system of self-defense without arms and with weapons on the basis of karate. Conceptual and technical-tactical peculiarities of this system are described in details and key techniques of self-defense are defined concretely in phase illustrations. (М., 1999)

Kyokushinkai Kata and Self-defense Applications

The book of Hanshi S.Arneil, written in co-authorship with A.Tanyushkin and V.Fomin and named “Kyokushinkai Kata and Self-defense Applications”, is published in Russian and English. A unique conception of kata, introducing some methodical ideas of M.Oyama, is presented in it. This conception make possible multidimensional decoding of combat techniques, which are concealed in traditional “forms”, and leads to deep understanding of the sense of the smallest Kyokushin karate technical elements. In the book a principle approach to decoding Kyokushinkai katas is described and key interpretations of technical elements’ and their combinations’ combat significance are illustrated. (М., 2003)

Kyokushin karate kata

“Kyokushin karate kata”, written by Hanshi S.Arneil on the instructions of M.Oyama and initially published in Great Britain in 1985, became the official “Bible” of early Kyokushinkai School, asserting its technical and style canons. The present 2nd 2004 edition contains some small, but essential amendments for valuable transmitting of the school traditions and serves as normative basis for the International Federation of Karate (IFK).