Internal Martial Arts
Wait for the right time to make friends with the good people who can help you;
be prudent lest others should be jealous.
Choose the right moment to get rid of the wicked who can harm you; be secretive lest the wicked seek for retaliation.
Sensei Amano is highly respected in the martial arts community, and is known for his ability to effectively teach martial arts to people of all ages and skill levels. He is a firm believer in the importance of physical and mental discipline, and encourages his students to practice regularly and to strive for self-improvement in all aspects of their lives.
1948 December Born in Mito, Ibaraki-ken, Japan
1973 March Graduated from Chuo University, Faculty of Law
"I had a great interest in martial arts, but could not find 'the one' this time."
1978 August Entered Gensei-ryu Karate, Gensei-juku (Age: 29)
"I was just an average karate student."
1983 October Joined Master Sawai's school of Taikiken (Age: 34)
"I made rapid and remarkable progress at this martial art."
1986 July Entitled the 5th-dan "Renshi" of Taiki-shisei-kenpo (age: 37)
"I was the fastest and oldest student to be entitled 'Renshi.
' The youngest student to receive the same title was Shihan Isato Kubo of The Japan Taikiken Association."
1991 March Participated in the establishment of Yokohama Taikiken Kenkyukai (Yokohama Institute of Taikiken) as Vice President
1996 February Established Taikiken Institute Yugen-juku
Masuro Amano is a brother of Satoshi Amano an other well respected Taikiken instructor.
Last update: March 2023
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