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The center Kanji gSho and Shobu-Kanh represent flight, a martial art which will spread
all over the world from the Island of Okinawa where it originated.

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Meaning of the Dojo Crest
The small circle inside a larger circle represents the flag of Okinawa.@
The purple color is native or traditional Okinawan color that
symbolizes the Kingdom of Ryukyu.
The inner white color is a representation the purity and the Karate as the
Art and the image of emptiness. (as used in the term Karate, Kara=empty) where,
one could express one true self through the Art of Karate. The Golden color,
it represents something of a traditional value and achievement in pursue truth
and toward the perfection through the Art of Karate.


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