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"Tode" Sakugawa

An Okinawan karate master, he started his training under the Okinawan monk, PeichinTakahara, in Akata.  At 17 he trained under the famous Chinese kempo master, Kusanku (known also as Ko Sokun; Chinese name: Kung Hsiang-chun) who, with a group of followers, is credited with bringing Chinese kempo from China to the Kume-Mura section of Naha in the mid-1700s.  Sakugawa also sailed to China, trained in Chinese kempo there and returned to Okinawa after many years.  The Sakugawa no kun kata, a bojutsu kata, was named after him.