宗家林輝男

初代・林輝男先生は数々の功績を残されました。
その経歴から現在の林派糸東流会を築かれた道のりを紹介いたします。

1957年 日本空手道連合会、常任理事・総務局長就任
1961年 沖縄古武道研修会(後の憲心会)創始、宗家に就任
1964年 日本空手道本部派糸東流聖心会、会長就任
全日本空手道連盟発足、理事
1966年 日本空手道連合会、常任理事・審議員就任
東大阪空手道協会設立、理事長就任
大阪府空手道連盟発足、常任理事就任
1967年 大阪府空手道連盟、理事長就任
1969年 関西空手道連盟、常任理事・事務局長就任
財団法人全日本空手道連盟、常任理事就任
1971年 財団法人全日本空手道連盟、常任理事・審判委員会委員長就任
日本空手道林派糸東流会創始、会長・宗家就任
1975年 東大阪空手道協会、会長就任
1977年 世界空手道連合審判委員会、議長就任
財団法人全日本空手道連盟中央技術本部、副本部長就任
1979年 財団法人全日本空手道連盟公認段位八段取得
1981年 財団法人全日本空手道連盟、一級資格審査員就任
財団法人全日本空手道連盟近畿地区協議会、幹事長就任
1983年 財団法人全日本空手道連盟、中央技術本部本部長就任
1990年 財団法人全日本空手道連盟、近畿地区協議会議長就任
1995年 大阪府空手道連盟、会長就任
財団法人全日本空手道連盟、公認九段位取得
1998年 日本空手道連合会、会長就任

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Hayashi-Ha Shitoryu-Kai is a prominant style of Shito-ryu karate developed and founded by Teruo Hayashi in Osaka, Japan in 1970. Soke (「grandmaster」) Hayashi led the organization until his death in late 2004. Soke Hayashi studied on the Japanese mainland under Kosei Kuniba, a chief disciple of Shito-ryu’s founder Kenwa Mabuni, and briefly under Kenwa Mabuni himself. Eventually Soke Hayashi sought out the roots of Karate in Okinawa. While on Okinawa, Soke Hayashi honed his Karate skills by his practice of Dojo Yaburi (dojo challenge), in which he would enter a dojo and challenge the sensei to a match. The man that issues the challenge must first fight the senior students in the dojo to win the right to fight the sensei. Soke Hayashi became renowned for defeating the sensei of many dojo. If Soke Hayashi was beaten at one of these schools he would stay and ask for training. His primary teachers while in Okinawa were Shoshin Nagamine and Nakaima Kenko. From Shoshin Nagamine he learned both the Shuri-te and Tomari-te lineages of kata. These kata tend to emphasize long linear stances and quick motion between stances. It was from this man that Soke Hayashi learned the Fujian White Crane form, Hakkaku. From Nakaima Kenko, Soke Hayashi learned an obscure family art called Ryuei-ryu. This style is a southern tiger style imported from China four generations prior to Soke Hayashi’s arrival on Okinawa. Hayashi-ha incorporates much of Ryuei-ryu’s theory in its practice. At the request of Kosei Kuniba upon his death in 1959, Soke Hayashi assumed the role of technical advisor and president of the Seishin-Kai at just 29 years of age. Soke Hayashi fulfilled this role until 1970 at which time he transferred leadership over to Shogo Kuniba, and founded his own organization. Soke Hayashi was technical chairman of the World Union of Karate Organizations (WUKO, later reorganized as the World Karate Federation, WKF), the emeritus chairman of the referee council of WKF, and in 1995 received his 9th degree black belt from the Japan Karate Federation (JKF). He was doubtless one of the foremost karate masters in the world.

 

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