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National Headquarters

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187 Monte Carlo Way, Danville, California  94506  U.S.A.

TEL.: (925) 736-3008  

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The clenched fist design , the mark gGoju-Kaih, and ’„_‰ο£(in kanji) as printed here on the top are legal service marks registered with the United States Patent Office by Norimi Gosei Yamaguchi. To duplicate these service marks by way of printing, embroidering and founding or to display them in public without authorization may constitute service mark infringements and may be subject to lixiviation . Please refer to h About Goju-Kai Insignia"

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GOJU-KAI

IN THE UNITED STATES

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Goju-Kai has been in existence since 1963 as a major division of the International Karate-Do Goju-Kai. Gosen Yamaguchi, ŽRŒϋ„ε second son of Gogen YamaguchiCthe first instructor to introduce the complete Goju-Kai program to the United States. During his tenure as Chief Instructor, Gosen Yamaguchi established the first Goju-Kai Karate-Club at San Francisco State College in the summer of 1963.

June 15, 1964, Gosei Yamaguchi ŽRŒϋ„³(1935- )C first son of Gogen Yamaguchi arrived in San Francisco to assume leadership of the Goju-Kai in the United States from his brother, Gosen. Shortly after Gosei's arrival Goju-Kai Karate-Do, U.S.A., National Headquarters was formally founded at 3221-22nd Street, San Francisco. In 1967, Karate program at the San Francisco State College became part of the curriculum in the Department of Physical Education. The National Headquarters relocated at 97 Collingwood StreetCSan Francisco on JuneC1967D

@ Due to its multiple facets, the art of Karate may be practiced in various degrees of participation and has value to any individual as a means of maintaining health, developing self-defense or as a sport. For this reason we are confident that the Goju-Kai Karate-Do, U.S.A., National Headquarters will continue to serve in the United States.

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