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WKOSS UPDATE 2ND JAN 2021

Welcome 2021 Osu! Phase 3, Safe Nation, had been kicked off! WKO Singapore had overcame year 2020 with 2020 times year end kick done by various dojo as well as various Singapore Full Contact Organisations.

WKOSS Update 2nd Jun 2020

All WKOSS dojos and classes remain closed until further notice in line with the Singapore Government’s plan for the gradual resumption of business activities in phases from 2 June 2020 after Circuit Breaker is lifted. Let’s all do our part to…

Circuit Breaker extension and tighter measures

SG government on 21 April 2020 announced tighter measures to the Circuit Breaker period, to further reduce the transmission of COVID-19. Circuit Breaker period will be extended by another 4 weeks until 1 June 2020.Thus, All WKOSS dojos will remain…

WKOSS dojo’s training update from 28th Mar 2020

In due to the recent COVID-19 outbreak, we are following government guidelines, WKOSS dojos training which are at various Community Centers and Honbu dojo will be suspended till 30th April effective from 28th March. For more information, please contact :…

 

 


Osu. Today I came to Honbu for decoration for New year 2022, and for up coming Chinese New Year too.WKOSS would like to wish all of you to have strong & healthy New year ahead , stay tune for our coming exciting events.Video credit to Arisu Nakamura Teo

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Osu. Thanks for everyone’s support for making this 1K times kicks Keikojime Year end training successful every year. We all had ART test one day before to make sure everyone is safe & healthy to attend for the year end training.Before Keikojime some of them were worried that they will not be able to complete due to injuries. In the end we all had made it with Budo team spirits 獅魂 that made your mind stronger💪 Gambatte!

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Osu.Thank you for Shihan Bong came down to Honbu for placing his new black belters name at Nafudakake.We appreciate for Sensei Eddie Foo for finishing on time for new black belters Wooden names for today.

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Osu. WKO Dan & Cert presentation for Sensei Suzuki’ members, congratulations for Iwasaki , Kawasai and Tanaka.

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youtu.be/rc8poyTMXfMThe interview is about how the famous manga "Karate Master" (Karate Baka Ichidai in Japanese) inspired him and how Sosai Oyama influenced him.He first encountered this manga when he was in primary school. He was fascinated by the fact that the model of the character actually existed, which was Sosai Oyama.Because there was no Karate dojo in his hometown at that time, he was practicing Karate with his friend through correspondence course. But the manga’s impression grew in him and he finally started Kyokushin karate in Tokyo when he moved there for high school.His first encounter with Sosai Oyama was during the demonstration took place in Izu, Japan. He was showing his jumping kicks as a part of demonstration and Sosai told him that the sweat makes him stronger. He never forget the moment Sosai encouraged him and it really was like dream come true for him.Sosai came to his hometown before the 5th World Tournament and he asked his parents to support him so he can focus on karate for the up-coming world tournament. He said it would be first and last time that he asks his student’s parent for something like this and it really encouraged Daihyo Midori. Sosai told him if small size person like him can win the tournament, it would encourage lots of people.Daihyo Midori was under a huge pressure and often woke up in the middle of the night as he did not want to make Sosai lose his face. But he always imagined the scene where he was shaking hand with Sosai on the podium and encouraged himself to do his best for the world tournament.After Daihyou retired as a competitor, he produced many good fighters including world champion and has lots of friend all over the world through Karate. Daihyo Midori pledged to further develop Kyokushin Karata as he believe that is what Sosai wanted to achieve.Translation by Sensei Tomokazu Suzuki

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