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Ashihara kaikan (  ? ) Adalah seni beladiri fullkontak dari Jepang yang didirikan oleh Hideyuki Ashihara (5 Desember 1944 - April 24, 1995 ) pada tahun 1980 dan ada di bawah arahannya sampai meninggalnya, oleh ALS , di tahun1995. Nama resmi organisasinya adalah New International Karate Organization ( NIKO ) - Ashihara Karate Kaikan ( dalam bahasa Jepang : Shin Kokusai Karate do Renmei Ashihara Kai Kan).


Gaya karate nya sebagian didasarkan pada studi Hideyuki Ashihara tentang Kyokushin Karate, tetapi juga mencakup banyak teknik asli yang ia sendiri kembangkan dan ajarkan. Sering disebut sebagai " pertempuran karate ", ia dikenal karena penekanannya pada teknik-teknik praktis dan " kontak 

keras dalampendekatan untuk pelatihan kepada siswanya. Kurikulum inti teknik ini dikenal sebagai Metode Sabakiyakni perpindahan ke sisi samping dan menyerang dari sudut yang aman . Format Kompetisi tradisional dengan aturan karate knockdown .

Ashihara lahir pada tanggal 5 Desember 1944, di dekat Hiroshima , Jepang . Ia dibesarkan oleh kakek-neneknya di desa Nomicho , dan mulai belajar kendo pada usia 10 .  Pada tahun 1960 , Ashihara pindah ke Tokyo, di mana ia mulai bekerja di 

sebuah pompa bensinpada bulan September 1961, ia mulai pelatihan dalam apa yang kemudian menjadi Kyokushin karate, di bawah pendiri Kyokushin Masutatsu Oyama. Ashihara dipromosikan menjadi Dan 1 sabuk hitam 26 Maret 1964,

Pada tahun 1966 , Ashihara diangkat sebagai instruktur Kyokushin , dan dijadwalkan untuk melakukan perjalanan ke Brasil untuk memperkenalkan Kyokushin karate di sana. Sebelum ini bisa terjadi, dia terlibat perkelahian dengan lima lawan di jalan, 

diinterogasi oleh polisi, dan diskors dari Kyokushin karate sebagai,setelah dua bulan suspensi/hukuman dicabut Mengingat pilihan untuk bepergian ke Brasil, Ashihara menolak dan malah memilih untuk pergi ke Nomura, di pulau Shikoku , untuk mengajarDia kemudian pindah ke Yawatahama di mana ia membuka sebuah sekolah karate Kyokushin.

Ashihara mulai mengembangkan konsep Sabaki waktu ini, yang berfokus pada persiapan  waktu dan evaluasi 
 serta sikap.  Ia kemudian pindah ke Matsuyama untuk mengajarkan karate. Salah satu muridnya , Joko Ninomiya memenangkan All -

Jepang turnamen tahun 1978,  dan kemudian keluar dan pergi untuk mendirikan Enshin Karate. Ninomiya menggambarkan Ashihara sebagai " pertama dan guru karate satu satunya siswa terkenal Ashihara lainnya adalah Kazuyoshi Ishii , mungkin paling dikenal karena mendirikan K kickboxing kompetisi.

Ketegangan dengan instruktur lain Kyokushin menyebabkan Ashihara meninggalkan atau diusir dari Kyokushin karate International Karate Organization pada tahun 1979
Pada bulan September 1980, Ashihara mendirikan Karate Organization New 

International ( NIKO ). Ia berpangkat 10th Dan dalam organisasinya Selama 15 tahun ke depan , Ashihara menulis tiga buku teknik di karate dan tiga buku otobiografi yang termasuk : Fighting karate ( 1985),pertempuran karate ( 1989), dan kata  Bagi mereka yang mencintai Karate (1997.



English )

Ashihara kaikan (芦 原 会馆?) Is a Japanese full-contact martial art founded by Hideyuki Ashihara (December 5, 1944 - April 24, 1995) in 1980 and under his direction until his death, by ALS, in 1995. The official name of the organization is the New International Karate Organization (NIKO) - Ashihara Karate Kaikan (in Japanese: Shin Kokusai Karate do Renmei Ashihara Kai Kan).

His karate style is partly based on Hideyuki Ashihara's study of Kyokushin Karate, but also includes many original techniques which he himself developed and taught. Often referred to as "karate battles", he is known for his emphasis on practical techniques and "contact

hard in the approach to training students. The core curriculum of this technique is known as the Sabakiyakni Method of moving sideways and attacking from a safe angle. Traditional Competition Format with karate knockdown rules.

Ashihara was born on December 5, 1944, near Hiroshima, Japan. He was raised by his grandparents in the village of Nomicho, and began learning kendo at the age of 10. In 1960, Ashihara moved to Tokyo, where he began working at

a gas station, in September 1961, he began training in what would later become Kyokushin karate, under Kyokushin founder Masutatsu Oyama. Ashihara was promoted to Dan 1 black belt on March 26, 1964,

In 1966, Ashihara was appointed as Kyokushin instructor, and was scheduled to travel to Brazil to introduce Kyokushin karate there. Before this could happen, he got into a fight with five opponents on the road,

interrogated by the police, and suspended from Kyokushin karate as, after two months of suspension / sentence revoked Given the choice to travel to Brazil, Ashihara refused and instead chose to go to Nomura, on the island of Shikoku, to teach. He then moved to Yawatahama where he opened a Kyokushin karate school.

Ashihara began to develop the Sabaki concept this time, which focused on time preparation and evaluation and attitude. He then moved to Matsuyama to teach karate. One of his students, Joko Ninomiya won the All -

Japan tournament in 1978, and then came out and went to establish Enshin Karate. Ninomiya described Ashihara as the "first and only karate teacher" Ashihara's other famous student was Kazuyoshi Ishii, perhaps best known for establishing the K kickboxing competition.

Tension with other Kyokushin instructors caused Ashihara to leave or be expelled from Kyokushin karate International Karate Organization in 1979. In September 1980, Ashihara founded the New Karate Organization

International (NIKO). He ranks 10th and in his organization Over the next 15 years, Ashihara wrote three engineering books in karate and three autobiographical books which included: Fighting karate (1985), fighting karate (1989), and the word For those who love Karate (1997.
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