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Karate, also known as karatedo, refers to a martial art that stems from indigenous methods of fighting from Chinese kempo, the Ryukyu Islands, and traditional Japanese martial arts. Mainly known as an art of striking that features kicking, punching, elbow and knee strikes, as well as open-handed tactics, karate also makes use of locks, grappling, traps and restraints, joint manipulations, throws, and point striking. Karate practitioners are known as karateka. ...
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Silat or Penchak Silat means "fighting with self-defense tactics" and refers to martial arts from Southeast Asia with cultural roots from the Malay World. Although most popular in Indonesia, this art can also be found in various degrees through Cambodia and Thailand’s Malay-affiliated communities. In fact, is has even already reached Europe and has become very well-known Netherlands; here, it is as popular as America and karate. An estimation of hundreds of styles (aliran) and schools exist for Silat, which observe wild animals for their ways of combat, like tigers (harimau) ...
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Kendo, in a nutshell, refers to Japanese-style fencing. Based on the traditional Japanese legacy of swordsmanship as old as Japan itself, Samurai made use of the sword to create and keep order for centuries. Such people followed unwritten codes known as Bushido, of which the core was integrity, bravery, and honesty. ...
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Ninjutsu was initially developed to be a collection of important survivalist tactics in the warring states of feudal Japan. Ninja clans put their art to use to make sure that they would survive within a time of violence and political turmoil. This included methods of information collection, avoidance, misdirection tactics, and non-detection. Ninjutsu might also involve trainings within escape, disguise, archery, concealment, medicine, poisons, and explosives. Because of this, ninjutsu practitioners are sometimes viewed as hired assassins and associated with various other activities considered as...
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