Keisuke Nemoto

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Keisuke Nemoto
Born(1979-05-31)31 May 1979
Chiba Prefecture, Japan
StyleShotokan Karate
Teacher(s)Masaaki Ueki
Rank5th Dan karate (JKA)

Keisuke Nemoto (Nemoto Keisuke, 31 May 1979) is a Japanese instructor of Shotokan karate.[1] He has won the JKA All-Japan championships for kumite.[1] He is currently an instructor of the Japan Karate Association.[1]

Biography[edit]

Keisuke Nemoto was born in Chiba Prefecture, Japan on 31 May 1979. He studied at Chiba Industrial University. His karate training began at age 5.

Competition[edit]

Keisuke Nemoto has won the JKA All Japan Karate Championship multiple times and reached 3rd place at the Funakoshi Gichin Cup World Karate-do Championship Tournament twice.

Major tournaments[edit]

  • 12th Funakoshi Gichin Cup World Karate-do Championship Tournament (Pattaya,2011) - 3rd Place Kumite
  • 10th Funakoshi Gichin Cup World Karate-do Championship Tournament (Sydney,2006) - 3rd Place Kumite
  • 53rd JKA All Japan Karate Championship (2010) - 1st Place Kumite
  • 55th JKA All Japan Karate Championship (2012) - 1st Place Kumite[citation needed]
  • 56th JKA All Japan Karate Championship (2013) - 1st Place Kumite[citation needed]

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