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Nippon Kempo is a competitive combat sport founded in 1932 in Japan by Muneumi Sawayama.
Nippon Kempo is a Martial Art System based on techniques of striking and kicking, (ATEMI-WAZA), blocking (UKE-WAZA), throwing (NAGE-WAZA), reverse joint locks (KANSETSU-GYAKUTORI WAZA) and ground combat (wrestling and submission holds).
You should pursue the essence of the martial arts Nippon Kempo.
So far, strikingt and kicking became a prohibited strategy gradually to take safety seriously though it was important art of self-defense as for the ancient sumo wrestling as well which was the beginning of the history of the martial arts as for Ju Jitsu as well which was the martial arts of the samurai family of the civil war era.
The karate that it was introduced by China in Okinawa and which was popularized could not but do KATA training or the spar of non-contact for that powerful damage power, too.
Nippon Kempo is not a traditional Japanese martial art but a combat sport based on traditional Japanese martial arts.
The outcome is determined with a three-game match game rule in the present Nippon Kempo.
In other words, the one that two points were scored first becomes a victory.
This one is recognized when the technology of Nippon Kempo was used for protective gear (MENEDO) and intense striking and kicking was decided.
The authorization of more than two people of three judges should be necessary this authorization, and judge's will indication progresses by the flag to make it easy for an audience to know to expect fair.
The following case is recognized as one again, too.
1)When an opponent's body was thrown and pushed down and a non-contact striking and a non-contact kicking was decided by using and the technology of Nippon Kempo.
2)When a judgment recognizes it or it decided reverse skill and it did will indication that a opponent came.
3)When an opponent's body was lifted beyond the height of its shoulder.
4)When an opponent began to run away on purpose to the outside.
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