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Motobu-ryū in 1926.
|Country of origin||Japan|
|Current head||Chosei Motobu|
|Ancestor schools||Shuri-te • Tomari-te|
|Descendant schools||Wadō-ryū • Shindō jinen-ryū • Matsubayashi Ryu • Nihon Kenpo Karatedo|
Motobu Udun-di (本部御殿手), a Motobu family style of Karate, is also sometimes called Motobu-ryu or Motobu-ryu Udundi. It is a combination of the native Okinawan martial arts Te (an earlier name for Karate), Okinawan kobudō and Ryukyuan Dance.
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-08-05. Retrieved 2009-07-09.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
- McCarthy, Patrick and Yuriko (2002). "Motobu Teacher/Student Lineage Chart". Motobu Choki: Karate, My Art. Australia: International Ryukyu Karate Research Group. p. 118.
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