Seigi Nakamura

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Seigi Nakamura
Seigi nakamura photo.jpg
Historical photo of Seigi Nakamura
Born (1924-11-22)November 22, 1924
Okinawa, Japan
Died March 25, 1999(1999-03-25) (aged 74)
Okinawa, Japan
Style Shōrin-ryū, Gōjū-ryū
Teacher(s) Shōshin Nagamine, Shinyei Kyan, Jokei Kushi
Notable students Chokei Kishaba, Katsuhiko Shinzato, Toshihiro Oshiro, Paris Janos
Website KishabaJuku.org

Seigi Nakamura was an Okinawan martial arts master who learned both the Shōrin-ryū and Gōjū-ryū styles of karate.[1]

Karate-do[edit]

Nakamura practised with Shoshin Nagamine and was also influenced by Shinyei Kyan and Jokei Kushi who were both senior students in Nagamine's dojo. For a number of years, Nakamura was the senior instructor at Nagamine's honbu dojo in Naha, Okinawa.[1]

Legacy[edit]

Nakamura profoundly influenced and inspired what is taught in Shōrin-ryū Kishaba Juku and developed and founded by his students Chokei Kishaba and Katsuhiko Shinzato.[1][2]

See also[edit]

Okinawan martial arts

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