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龍鳳流唐手術

Ryuhoryu Karate was founded by Scot Mertz and development of the system began in 2005. Ryuhoryu originally began as a collection of supplemental material to be taught alongside Gojuryu Karate, however as things developed over the next 9 years Ryuhoryu began to take on a life of its own.

Ryuhoryu's first curriculum was published in May of 2014. Since then the curriculum has been refined and the second curriculum was published in 2019, this time the style was recognized as a new system of budo by the All Japan Budo Association.

Initially the material that composed Ryuhoryu was material from random instructors that all fell under the "Naha-te" umbrella. None of it was foreign in movement to other styles of Naha-te such as Gojuryu, Ryueiryu, or Uechiryu. Over time the material that was collect was stylized so it maintains the same feel throughout the system. The final curriculum as of June 2021 consists of 18 empty hand kata.

The Ryuhoryu Toudijutsu Hozon Kai was founded in 2019 out of the desire to preserve this material before these wonderful kata are forgotten.

Sanchin
サンチン
Naihanchi
ナイハンチ
Kuho
クホ
Gekisai
ゲキサイ
Niseishi
ニーセーシ
Sanseiru
サンセイル
Seisan
ウンシュ
Unshu
ウンシュ
Useishi
ウセイシ
Sochin
ソチン
Tenkan
テンカン
Kukan
クカン
Chikan
チカン
Hakko
ハッコ
Hakkaku
ハカク
Hakuryu
ハクル
Suparinpe
スパリンペ
Ershiba
エルシバ

Scot Mertz's Nanadan from AJBA

Shihan Recognition from AJBA

Founder of Ryuhoryu from AJBA
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