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The President

Mr.Chutinant Bhirombhakdi

The President of Thai-Japand Shotokan Karate Association (Thailand)
The President of Thaialnd Karate Federation : TKF

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Mr. Chutinunt Bhirombhakdi

  • 5th Degree Black Belt of Japan Karate Association
  • Former President of Federation of All Thai Karate-do Organization (FATKO), now Changed the name to Thailand Karate Federation (TKF).
  • Former President of New England Collegiate Karate Conference
  • Former President of North American Karate Federation
  • Former Captain of Boston University Karate Team (1979-1980)
  • 1976: training Karate-do under the teaching of Sensei Kazumi Tabata in USA .
  • 1989: Invited Sensei Fujikiyo Omura to be the Chief Instructor of Thai-Japan Shotokan Karate Association (Thailand).
  • The Great Supporter of Karate-do Activities in Thailand.

Personal data

Date of birth April 9, 1957

Parents : Mr. Chamnong and Khunying Supatcharee Bhirombhakdi

Spouse : ML Piyapas Bhirombhakdi

Children :

  • Miss Chitpas Bhirombhakdi
  • Miss Nantaya Bhirombhakdi
  • Mr. Naiyanobh Bhirombhakdi

Experiences

  • Executive Vice President, Boon Rawd Brewery Co., Ltd
  • Executive Director, Boon Rawd Trading Co., Ltd., the distributor of Boon Rawd beverages in Thailand
  • Chairman of the Board, Singha North America Inc., the distributor of Boon Rawd beverage in North America
  • Director, Siam Piwat Co., Ltd., a property development business and the developer of Siam Center, Siam Discovery and Siam Paragon
  • Executive Director, Bangkok Glass Industry Co., Ltd., a leading glass bottle producer
  • Director, Pendulum Co., Ltd., the importer and distributor of leading global watch brands

Other experiences

  • Advisor to Former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • Governing Board, Cardigan Mountain School, USA.
  • Advisor, Master’s Degree Program in Marketing, Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy, Thammasat University

Social contribution

2005 Honorary Advisor, the Sports Association for the Disabled of Thailand under the Royal Patronage of His Majesty the King

2005 Athletes Team Manager, 3 rd ASEAN Para Games, Manila, the Philippines

2003 – present Honorably Advisor, Senate Standing Committee on Sports

2002 – present Vice Chairman, Skeet and Trap Shooting Association of Thailand

1990 – present Charter President, Thai-Japan Shotokan Karate Association

1989 – 1990 Vice President, Asia-Pacific Union Karate-Do Organizations (APUKO) Technical

1989 Coach for the Thai National Karate Team to 15 th SEA Games, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

1988 – 1996 President of Federation of All-Thai Karate-Do Organization

1987 Coach for the Thai National Karate Team to 14 th SEA Games, Jakarta, Indonesia

1981 – present Board Member, Phya Bhirom Bhakdi Foundation

Other experience

2005 Telecast Judge for 2005 Miss Universe 2005 Pageant Competition in

Thailand

Education and training

2005 Certificate, The Role of Chairman Program, Thai Institute of Directors Association

2004 Certificate, Director Certification Program (49/2004), Thai Institute of Directors Association

2003 Diploma, The National Defense College of Thailand, Politics

2001 Certificate, Strategic Negotiations: Deal Making for the Long Term, Harvard Business School

1998 Certificate, Families in Business: From Generation to Generation, Harvard Business School

1984 Certificate, Accounting Directors Seminar Course, Thammasat University

1980 Bachelor’s Degree in Economics, Boston University, Massachusetts, USA

1976 Hotchkiss School, Connecticut, USA

 

Chief Instructor

Sensei Fujikiyo Omura

Chief Instructor of Thai-Japand Shotokan Karate Association (Thailand)-JKA THAILAND
Permanent Instructor of Japan Karate Association

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Sensei Fujikiyo Omura was born in Shizuoka Prefecture on May 1st, 1953. He is the 7th degree black belt and instructor of Japan Karate Association who has been accepted world wide as one of the best instructor of JKA. He was invited to demonstrate and teach Karate-do in many countries. Sensei Fujikiyo Omura decided to be the chief instructor of Thai-Japan Shotokan Karate Association (Thailand)-JKA Thailand, because he saw the burning desire of Mr. Chutinant, (President of Thai-Japan Shotokan Karate Association (Thailand) to promote and develop Shotokan Karate in Thailand.

  • Personal Data
    - Date of Birth : 1 May 1953
    Place of Birth : Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan
    7th Dan of Japan Karate Association
  • Current Positions
    - The Senior Advisor of Thailand Karate Federation.
    - The Chief Instructor of Shotokan Karate Association of Thailand.
    - The Permanent Instructor of Japan Karate Association.
    - The Secretary of JKA / Asia Oceania Federation.

  • Education
    - Bachelor Degree of Economics from Takushoku University.
    - Trained in Shotokan Karate-do under the esteemed tutelage of Sensei Tsuyama Katsunori, Head Coach of JKF National Team.
    -Undergone the Instructor Course of Japan Karate Association under the teaching of Master Masatoshi Nakayama

  • Tournament Records
    - 1975 Kanto Area University Championship (Gold)
    - 1975 All Japan University Championship (Silver)
    - 1977 IAKF World Championship (Gold)
    - 1979 Japan Karate Association All Japan Championship (Gold)
    - 1980 Japan Karate Association All Japan Championship (Silver)
    - 1980 IAKF World Championship (Gold)
    - 1986 Japan Karate Association All Japan Championship (Bronze)


 

Standard of Karate's Dan/Kyu Examination (JKA's Standard)

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Rank
(Dan/Kyu)

Check Point

Descriptions

Remark

 Kyu-9
Kihon
  • Chuudan Jun-zuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Joudan Age-uke (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Chuudan Soto-uke (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Mae-geri (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>

White

        

Kumite

-

Kata

-

 Kyu-8

Kihon

  • Chuudan Jun-zuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Joudan Age-uke (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Chuudan Soto-uke (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Shuto-uke (Kokutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Mae-geri (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>

White

        

Kumite

  Gohon Kumite (5 steps)
  • Joudan Junzuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) 
  • Chuudan Junzuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) 

Kata

  Heian Shodan

 

* Examiners look predominantly for correct basic form

 Kyu-7

Kihon

  • Chuudan Jun-zuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Joudan Age-uke (Zenkutsu-dachi) <<<<<
  • Chuudan Soto-uke (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Chuudan Uchi-uke (Zenkutsu-dachi) <<<<<
  • Shuto-uke (Kokutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Mae-geri (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Yoko geri Ke-age (Kiba-dachi) >>>>>(R/L 3 times each)

Yellow

        

Kumite

  Gohon Kumite (5 steps)
  • Joudan Oizuki (Zenkutsu-dachi)
  • Chuudan Oizuki (Zenkutsu-dachi)

Kata

  Heian Nidan

 Kyu-6

Kihon

  • Chuudan Jun-zuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Joudan Age-uke + Gyaku-tsuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) <<<<<
  • Chuudan Soto-uke + Chuudan Gyaku-tsuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Chuudan Uchi-uke (Zenkutsu-dachi) <<<<<
  • Shuto-uke (Kokutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Mae-geri (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Yoko geri Ke-age (Kiba-dachi) >>>>>(R/L  3 times each)
  • Yoko geri Ke-komi (Kiba-dachi) >>>>>(R/L  3 times each)

Yellow

         

Kumite

  Kihon Ippon Kumite (1 steps)
  • Joudan Oizuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) <R/L>
  • Chuudan Oizuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) <R/L>
Kata Heian Sandan
 

 * Examiners look for correct pivoting of the hips during renzoku-waza, and clear grasp of the hand techniques

 Kyu-5

Kihon

  • Chuudan Jun-zuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Joudan Age-uke + Chuudan Gyaku-tsuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) <<<<<
  • Chuudan Soto-uke + Chuudan Gyaku-tsuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Chuudan Uchi-uke + Chuudan Gyaku-tsuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) <<<<<
  • Shuto-uke (Kokutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Mae-geri (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Mawashi-geri (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Yoko geri Ke-age (Kiba-dachi) >>>>> (R/L 3 times each)
  • Yoko geri Ke-komi (Kiba-dachi) >>>>> (R/L 3 times each)

Green

       

Kumite

  Kihon Ippon Kumite (1 steps)
  • Joudan Oizuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) <R/L>
  • Chuudan Oizuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) <R/L>
  • Mae-geri (Zenkutsu-dachi) <R/L>

Kata

  Heian Yondan

 Kyu-4

Kihon

  • Chuudan Jun-zuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Joudan Age-uke + Chuudan Gyaku-tsuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) <<<<<
  • Chuudan Soto-uke + Chuudan Gyaku-tsuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Chuudan Uchi-uke + Chuudan Gyaku-tsuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) <<<<<
  • Shuto-uke (Kokutsu-dachi) + Nukite (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Mae-geri (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Mawashi-geri (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Yoko geri Ke-age (Kiba-dachi) >>>>> (R/L 3 times each)
  • Yoko geri Ke-komi (Kiba-dachi) >>>>> (R/L 3 times each)

Violet

        

Kumite

  Kihon Ippon Kumite (1 steps)
  • Joudan Oizuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) <R/L>
  • Chuudan Oizuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) <R/L>
  • Mae-geri (Zenkutsu-dachi) <R/L>

Kata

  Heian Godan

 

* Examiners are looking for appropriate degree of strength and sharpness of execution in each technique ( Kihon , Kumite , Kata )

Kyu - 3

Kihon

  • Chuudan Jun-zuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Joudan Age-uke + Chuudan Gyaku-tsuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) <<<<<
  • Chuudan Soto-uke (Zenkutsu-dachi) + Yoko Empi (Kiba-dachi)  >>>>>
  • Chuudan Uchi-uke + Chuudan Gyaku-tsuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) <<<<<
  • Shuto-uke (Kokutsu-dachi) + Nukite (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Mae-geri (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Rengeri (Mae-geri -Chuudan-Joudan) (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Yoko geri Ke-age (Kiba-dachi) >>>>>(R/L 3 times each)
  • Yoko geri Ke-komi (Kiba-dachi) >>>>>(R/L 3 times each)
  • Mawashi-geri (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>

Brown

       

Kumite

  Kihon Ippon Kumite (1 steps)
  • Joudan Oizuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) <R/L>
  • Chuudan Oizuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) <R/L>
  • Mae-geri (Zenkutsu-dachi) <R/L>
  • Yoko-geri Ke-komi (Zenkutsu-dachi) <R/L>

Kata

  Tekki Shodan

 Kyu-2

Kihon

  • Chuudan Jun-zuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Joudan Age-uke + Chuudan Gyaku-tsuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) <<<<<
  • Chuudan Soto-uke (Zenkutsu-dachi) + Yoko Empi + Yoko Urakan Uchi (Kiba-dachi)  >>>>>
  • Chuudan Uchi-uke + Chuudan Gyaku-tsuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) <<<<<
  • Shuto-uke (Kokutsu-dachi) + Nukite (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Mae-geri (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Rengeri (Mae-geri -Chuudan-Joudan) (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Yoko geri Ke-age (Kiba-dachi) >>>>> (R/L 3 times each)
  • Yoko geri Ke-komi (Kiba-dachi) >>>>> (R/L 3 times each)
  • Mawashi-geri (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>

Brown

       

Kumite

  Kihon Ippon Kumite (1 steps)(KIRI KAESHI)

1. Attacking side: JOUDAN JUNZUKI (step in), JOUDAN AGEUKE, GYAKU ZUKI (step back), right and left

Blocking side: JOUDAN AGEUKE (step back), JOUDAN JUNZUKI (step in), right and left

2. Attacking side: CHUUDAN JUNZUKI (step in), CHUUDAN SOTOUKE, GYAKU ZUKI (step back), right and left

Blocking side: CHUUDAN SOTOUKE (step back), CHUUDAN JUNZUKI (step in), right and left

4. Attacking side: CHUUDAN MAEGERI (step in), GEDAN BARAI, GYAKU ZUKI (step back), right and left

Blocking side: GEDAN BARAI (step back), CHUUDAN MAEGERI (step in), right and left

* Attacking order to be right JOUDAN, right CHUUDAN, right MAEGERI, then left JOUDAN, left CHUUDAN. No TAISABAKI

Kata

Sentei Kata ( choose any of these )
  • Bassaidai
  • Kankudai
  • Jion
  • Empi

Kyu - 1

Kihon

  • Chuudan Jun-zuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Sambon Renzuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Joudan Age-uke + Chuudan Gyaku-zuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) <<<<<
  • Chuudan Soto-uke (Zenkutsu-dachi) + Yoko Empi + Yoko Urakan Uchi (Kiba-dachi)  >>>>>
  • Chuudan Uchi-uke + Kizami-zuki + Gyaku-tsuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) <<<<<
  • Gedan-barai + Gyaku-zuki >>>>>
  • Shuto-uke (Kokutsu-dachi) + Nukite (Zenkutsu-dachi) <<<<<
  • Gedan Kakiwake Uke + Maegeri >>>>>
  • Rengeri (Mae-geri -Chuudan-Joudan) (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Yoko geri Ke-age (Kiba-dachi) >>>>>(R/L 3 times each)
  • Yoko geri Ke-komi (Kiba-dachi) >>>>>(R/L 3 times each)
  • Mawashi-geri (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>

Brown

       

Kumite

  Jiyu Ippon Kumite (1 steps - one side only)
  • Joudan Oizuki (Zenkutsu-dachi)
  • Chuudan Oizuki (Zenkutsu-dachi)
  • Mae-geri (Zenkutsu-dachi)
  • Mawashi-geri (Zenkutsu-dachi)
  • Yoko-geri Ke-komi (Zenkutsu-dachi)

Kata

Sentei Kata ( choose any of these )
  • Bassaidai
  • Kankudai
  * Examiners look for ease and naturalness of execution, for speedy and powerful kime, and for smooth ,
instantaneous, dynamic elasticity of delivery .

Dan - 1

Kihon

  • Sambon Renzuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Joudan Age-uke + Chuudan Mae-gari + Chuudan Gyaku-tsuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) <<<<<
  • Chuudan Soto-uke (Zenkutsu-dachi) + Yoko Empi + Yoko Urakan (Kiba-dachi)  >>>>>
  • Chuudan Uchi-uke + Joudan Kizami-zuki + Chuudan Gyaku-tsuki (Zenkutsu-dachi) <<<<<
  • Shuto-uke (Kokutsu-dachi) + Nukite (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Mae-geri (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Rengeri (Mae-geri -Chuudan-Joudan) (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>
  • Yoko-geri Keage (Kiba-dachi) >>>>> (R/L 3 times each)
  • Yoko-geri Ke-komi (Kiba-dachi) >>>>> (R/L 3 times each)
  • Mawashi-geri (Zenkutsu-dachi) >>>>>

Black

         

Kumite

   Jiyu Ippon Kumite (1 steps - one side only)
  • Joudan Oizuki (Zenkutsu-dachi)
  • Chuudan Oizuki (Zenkutsu-dachi)
  • Mae-geri (Zenkutsu-dachi)
  • Mawashi-geri (Zenkutsu-dachi)
  • Yoko-geri Ke-komi (Zenkutsu-dachi)

Kata

Sentei Kata ( choose any of these )
  • Bassaidai
  • Kankudai
  • Jion
  • Empi
 

* Examiners test for basic understanding and functional ability in the foundational techniques of karate.

Dan - 2

Kihon

  Start from Kamae
  • Kizami-zuki + Sambon Renzuki >>>>>
  • Mae-geri + Jun-zuki >>>>>
  • Joudan Age-uke, Chuudan Soto-uke, Gyakuzuki (Block with same arm) <<<<<
  • Chuudan Junzuki, Chuudan Junzuki >>>>>
  • Shutou-uke, Kizami Maegari, Nukite (Kokutsu Dachi to Zenkutsu Dachi) >>>>>
  • Yokigeri Keage, Yokogeri Kekomi (Kiba Dachi, alternate feet), Yokogeri Kekomi, Gyaku zuki (free Kamae) >>>>>
  • Mawashi-geri, Gyakuzuki

Black

         

Kumite

  Jiyu Kumite (free style)

Kata

  Favorite Kata
 

* Examiners test for understanding and proficiency in the foundational techniques of karate.

 

The Association

It's time of Next generation JKA Thailand

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Karate in THAILAND, For many years Karate-do has been included in Thailand National Games by the sincere efforts of Thailand Karate Federation (TKF). At present Thai-Japan Shotokan Karate Association (Thailand) in the name "JKA Thailand" with Sensei Omura has many Assistant Instructors, for the ever-growing new enrolments make it extremely vital for Shotokan Karate in Thailand to have more karate-ka & instructors.  We need the cooperation and coordination of all members to deal this situation and plan out a way to develop our association.

Join JKA THAILAND

 

  • Siam Camp
    Annual special training with the great instructor of the world will be held on the 1st week or 2nd week of the new year.
  • Gichin Funakoshi Cup
    The World JKA Karate Championship will be organized every 3 years.
  • JKA Asia-Oceania Karate Championship
    A asia-oceania JKA karate region championship will be organized every 3 years.
  • JKA Asia-Oceania Conference
    A asia-oceania JKA karate region conference to expand JKA Karate traditional style.
  • Dan & Kyu grading
    For 2-3 month period to specify develop your skill by dan or kyu examination.
 

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The Activity of ShotoKan Karate in ThaiLAnd

  • Daily practice
    The major activities that all members have to participate.
  • Kyu / Dan Examination (every 2-3 months)
    Using the standard of Japan Karate Association (JKA)
    Collect examination fee, and provide the Diploma for black belt Karateka (directly up to JKA HQ.-Japan)
  • Karate-do Gashuku (Karate Camp)
    For physical and mental development of Karateka
  • Traditional New Year Party
    Central World Plaza-Beer Garden-Official sponsor by Singha Corp.
  • "Kagami Biraki, Mochi Tsuki"
    In every year as the open ceremony of all Budo of Japanese Tradition.
  • Thailand Tournaments
    Thailand Shoto Cup Championship (JKA Thailand)
    All Thailand Karate-do Championship (TKF)
    Thailand National Games (SAT)
    All University karate-do Championship
    All Junior karate-do Championship
  • Internatioanl Tournament
    Gichin Funakoshi Cup (JKA HQ.)
    Sea Games (AKF)
    Asian Games (AKF)
    Asian Karate-do Championship (AKF)
    World Karate-do Championship (WKF)
    Etc.
 
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