History Test

Name_____________________ Kosho History Test 2
What Martial Arts Style(s) are you practicing?

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Kosho Ryu Kempo literally translates to:
A: New Bamboo School of Hard-Soft B: Old Pine School of Fist Law
C: Old Plum School of Open Hand D: Crouching Tiger Hidden Smitty
Who was the 1st person to bring Kosho Ryu Kempo from the East to the West?
Gichen Funakoshi B) James Mitose C) Thomas Young

3a Where is East?____________________________

3bWhere is West?____________________________

What generation headmaster of the art was this practitioner?
A) 20th B) 21st C) 22nd
5) What did this martial artist found when he reached the west?
A)United States Karate Association B) Official Self Defense Club
C) Mitose School of hard knocks D) “Anything-Goes” School of Martial Arts

5a Who did he leave the club to?________________________________
5b Who was the 2nd inheritor of the club___________________________

Who is the 22nd generation headmaster of Kosho Ryu Kempo?
Thomas Young B) Bruce Juchnik C) Arthur Kiawi

6a What city and state is he from?
Sacramento/California B) Phoenix/Arizona C) Shaka Inn/Okinawa
7) Name the first 6 blackbelts under James Mitose:
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2

3

4

5

6
8) Which of these students was the 1st person to receive a blackbelt in Kempo west of Asia?
Thomas Young B) Bruce Juchnik C) Jackie Chan

9) Which of the 1st 6 blackbelts became the teacher of Ed Parker?
A) Thomas Young B) William Chow C) Bobby Lowe

10) Who is considered the “Father of Modern-day Karate”?
A) Gichen Funakoshi B) Chojun Miyagi C) Paul Yamaguchi

11) Why is he considered the “Father of Modern-day Karate”?
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12) What was his profession?
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13) What style of martial arts did he create?
Shotokan Karate B) Naha-te Karate C) Judo

14) What does this style translate to?
Wind in the Pines B) Hard/Soft C) Empty hand

15) Who is the Reading Pennsylvania instructor who is known for his expertise in pressure point attacking?
Dave Kovak B) George Dillman C) William Chow

16) The art of pressure point attacking is called:
Jujutsu B) Iaijutsu C) Kyusho Jitsu

17) Who is the founder of the art of Aikido?
Jigoro Kano B) Choki Motobu C) Morihei Ueshiba

18) Which of these styles did he NOT practice?
Judo B) Daito-ryu aiki-jujutsu C) Jeet kune do

19) What are Naha, Tomari, and Shuri?
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20) What 2 accomplishments was Jigoro Kano noted for achieving?
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2
21) What is the difference between Judo and Jujutsu?
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22) Who was Japan’s most famous swordsman?
Miyamoto Musashi B) Morihei Ueshiba C) Choki Motobu

23) Why was he considered Japan’s most famous swordsman?
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24) What book was published by this man?
The Art of War B) The Book of 5 Rings C) The Lord of the Rings

24a Which is a book on what topic?________________________________

25) It was said that Miyamoto Musashi only lost one duel in his life time to a man using what weapon?
Kamas B) Jo Staff C) Naginata

26) Who was the founder of Tae Kwon Do?
General Che B) Colonel Sanders C) General Grevious

27) Tae Kwon Do translates to
Hard/Soft B) The Way of the Hand and the Foot C) Empty Hand

28) Who is considered the “Father of American Karate”?
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29) What organization did he found in 1956?
United States Karate Association
Official Self Defense Club
International Kenpo Karate Association

30) Who was the founder of American Kempo Karate?
William Chow B) Ed Parker C) Bruce Juchnik

31) Who was the 1st martial artist to open up a karate dojo in the US?
William Chow B) Jigoro Kano C) Robert Trias

32) In which city, state and year did it open?
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33) What organization did this martial artist found?
A ) U.S.K.A. B) Official Self Defense Club C) International Kenpo Karate Association

Sho Chiku bai Exam

 

34) The 1st Representation of Kigan is:

A: Left hand represents spiritual right hand represents physical, spiritual covers physical, hide your weapons.

B: Left hand represents spiritual right hand represents physical, placed together for peace and avoidance of conflict.

C: Look at a man as you would a mountain from the distance, without nitpicking flaws and imperfections.

D: Failure is the virtual way to prepare you for great responsibility.

35) The 1st Representation of Kaishu is:

A: Left hand represents spiritual right hand represents physical, spiritual covers physical, hide your weapons.

B: Left hand represents spiritual right hand represents physical, placed together for peace and avoidance of conflict.

C: Look at a man as you would a mountain from the distance, without nitpicking flaws and imperfections.

D: With great power comes great responsibility.

 

36) The 1st Representation of Hoken is:

A: Left hand represents spiritual right hand represents physical, spiritual covers physical, hide your weapons.

B: Left hand represents spiritual right hand represents physical, placed together for peace and avoidance of conflict.

C: All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us.

D: Look at a man as you would a mountain from the distance, without nitpicking flaws and imperfections.

37) The 2nd Representation of Kigan is:
A: Skeletal Strikes
B: Muscular Strikes
C: Internal Strikes
D: Escaping
38) The 3rd Representation of Kigan is:
A: Skeletal Strikes
B: Folding Arts
C: Internal Strikes
D: Escaping
39) The 2nd Representation of Kaishu is:
A: Skeletal Strikes
B: Folding Arts
C: Internal Strikes
D: Escaping
40) The 3rd Representation of Kaishu is:
A: Skeletal Strikes
B: Muscular Strikes
C: Internal Strikes
D: Escaping
41) The 2nd Representation of Hoken is:
A: TOTAL DOMINATION!
B: Muscular Strikes
C: Internal Strikes
D: Escaping

42) The 3rd Representation of Hoken is:
A: TOTAL DOMINATION!
B: Muscular Strikes
C: Internal Strikes
D: Escaping

43) The pine on the Sho Chiku Bai symbolizes:
A: faithful friendship which resists all trials.
B: honesty, the application of discipline and the man who remains loyal in all events.
C: beauty, nobility, and courage.
D: totality, no beginning and no end.

44) The plum on the Sho Chiku Bai symbolizes:
A: faithful friendship which resists all trials.
B: honesty, the application of discipline and the man who remains loyal in all events.
C: beauty, nobility, and courage.
D: totality, no beginning and no end.

45) The bamboo on the Sho Chiku Bai symbolizes:

A: faithful friendship which resists all trials.
B: honesty, the application of discipline and the man who remains loyal in all events.
C: beauty, nobility, and courage.
D: Totality, no beginning and no end.

46) The circle surrounding the Sho Chiku Bai represents:
A: Honesty B: Politeness
C: Totality D: Sincerity

47) The 1st philosophical representation of the octagon of the Sho Chiku Bai symbolizes:
A: The Qur’an B: The Ten Commandments
C: The Eightfold path of Buddhism D: The Book of the Dead

48) The physical representation of the octagon of the Sho Chiku Bai is:
A: The 8 Angles of Escaping B: 7-10
C: The Leaning Factor D: Move Twice

49) What does the outer circle of the octagon represent?
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50) Who was the founder of Wado-Ryu Karate?
Gogen Yamaguchi B) Hionori Ohtsuka C)Chogen Miagi

51) Who was the founder of Okinawan Goju Ryu Karate?
Gogen Yamaguchi B) Hionori Ohtsuka C)Chogen Miagi

52) Who was the founder of Japanese Goju Ryu Karate?
Gogen Yamaguchi B) Hionori Ohtsuka C)Chogen Miagi

53) Who was the great Okinawan Karate master to practice NaiHanChi Kata 500 times a day?
Thomas Young B) Choki Motobu C) Rick Alexander
54) Who was the founder of Kyukushinkai Karate?
Miyamoto Musashi B) Morihei Ueshiba C) Mas Oyama

55) What animal did this martial artist fight and kill with his bare hands in the ring?
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56) Who was the Kempo master trained by William Chow who became one of the 5 founding members of Kajukenbo?
Adriano Emperado B) Hionori Ohtsuka C)Mas Oyama

57) What are the styles that formed Kajukenbo?
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58) What is the name of the temple that is the birthplace of Kempo?
A)Holiday Inn B) Shaka Inn C) Lake Lure Inn

59) Who was Richard Kim?
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60) Who was Donn Draeger?
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61) Who was the founder of Jeet Kun Do?
Mas Oyama B) Bruce Lee C) Chuck Norris

62) What style of martial arts did Bruce Lee practice prior to creating his own style?
Kempo B) Tae Kwon Do C) Wing Chun

63) Who is known as the “Father of Eskrima” in the US?
A)Bruce Juchnik B) Angel Cabales C) Donn Draeger
64) What is the Tri-Colored belt?
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65) Who was awarded the tri-colored belt after defeating 119 opponents over 2 days in a “Lame or Kill” tournament in Japan in 1956 to become the 3rd ranked martial artist under the International karatedo Federation of Japan? Note: this person was only 3rd in rank to Yamaguchi and Chitose who had Red belts which signified they were the personal bodyguards of the Emperor of Japan.
Bruce Lee B) Steven Segal C) Henry Slomanski

 

 

Who is Your Master Matching Section!
Match up the letter associated with the teachers on the right with the students on the left. Some students have multiple teachers. Some teachers are used more than once, some not at all.
Students Teachers
66) Bruce Juchnik ________________ A Bruce Juchnik
67) Bruce Lee ________________ B James Mitose
68) Thomas Young ________________ C Arthur Kiawi
69) William Chow ________________ D William Chow
70) Paul Yamaguchi ________________ E Gichen Funakoshi
71) Arthur Kiawi ________________ F Jigoro Kano
72) Bobby Lowe ________________ G Yip Man
73) Jiro Nakamura ________________ H Chojun Miyagi
74) Morihei Ueshiba ________________ I Angel Cabales
75) Jeff Driscoll ________________ J Donn Draeger
76) Ed Parker ________________ K Bruce Lee
77) Mas Oyama ________________ L George Dillman
78) Gogen Yamaguchi________________ M Chuck Norris
79) Adriano Emperado________________ N Anko Itosu
80) Gichen Funakoshi ________________ O Takeda Sokaku

Match up the Martial Arts Style with the country of origin. Some choices may be used more than once, some choices may not be used at all.
81) Koshso Ryu Kempo _______________ A) United States
82) Ryu Kyu Kempo _______________ B) Japan
83) American Kempo _______________ C) China
84) Judo _______________ D) Okinawa
85) Jujutsu _______________ E) Philippines
86) Tae Kwon Do _______________ F) Brazil
87) Kendo _______________ G) Canada
88) Naha-te _______________ H) Mexico
89) Tomari-te _______________ I) England
90) Shuri-te _______________ J) Korea
91) Karate _______________
92) Shotokan Karate _______________
93) Wing Chun _______________
94) Daito-ryu Aiki-jujutsu ______________
95) Jeet kune do _______________
96) Kyusho Jitsu _______________
97) Gōjū-ryū _______________
98) Wado-ryū _______________
99) Kyokushinkai _______________
100) Shuri-ryū _______________
101) Shitō-ryū _______________
102) Shōrin-ryū _______________
103) Escrima _______________

 

Kosho History Test 2 Answer Sweet:
1: Kosho Ryu Kempo, Ryu Kyu Kempo or other if from other style
2: B: Old Pine School of Fist Law
3: B) James Mitose
3a: Japan
3b: Hawaii
4: B) 21st
5: B) Official Self Defense Club
5a: Thomas Young
5b: Simeon Eli
6: B) Bruce Juchnik
6a: A)Sacramento/California
7: Thomas Young, William Chow, Paul Yamaguchi, Bobby Lo, Arthur Kiawi, Jiro Nakamura
8: A) Thomas Young
9: B) William Chow
10: A) Gichen Funakoshi
11: Performed the 1st public demonstration of Karate in front of the Emperor of Japan in order to get Karate into the school systems.
12: School Teacher
13: A) Shotokan Karate
14: A) Wind in the Pines
15: B) George Dillman
16: C) Kyusho Jitsu
17: C) Morihei Ueshiba
18: C) Jeet kune do
19: 3 cities in Okinawa where the 1st 3 styles of Karate were founded. The styles were Naha-te, Tomari-te, and Shuri-te
20: Founded Judo and the colored belt system
21: Judo is considered a martial sport where Jujutsu is considered a war art with Judo being derived from Jujutsu.
22: A) Miyamoto Musashi
23: He fought about 60 duels to the death in his life time. He fought with 2 swords then later in his career with a wooden sword vs opponents with a live blade. He wrote the book of 5 rings. It is said he only lost one duel in his life time to a man using a jo staff but he spared his life then later on they fought again, Musashi won and spared his life in return.
24: B) The Book of 5 Rings
24a: Strategy, used commonly in business today.
25: B) Jo Staff
26: A) General Che
27: B) The Way of the Hand and the Foot
28: Ed Parker
29: C) International Kenpo Karate Association
30: B) Ed Parker
31: Robert Trias
32: Phoenix Arizona, 1946
33: A ) U.S.K.A.
34: B: Left hand represents spiritual right hand represents physical , placed together for peace and avoidance of conflict
35: C: Look at a man as you would a mountain from the distance, without nitpicking flaws and imperfections.
36: A: Left hand represents spiritual right hand represents physical, spiritual covers physical, hide your weapons
37: D: Escaping
38: A: Skeletal Strikes
39: B: Folding Arts
40: C: Internal Strikes
41: B: Muscular Strikes
42: A: TOTAL DOMINATION!
43: A: faithful friendship which resists all trials.
44: C: beauty, nobility, and courage.
45: B: honesty, the application of discipline and the man who remains loyal in all events.
46: C: Totality
47: C: The Eightfold path of Buddhism
48: A: The 8 Angles of Escaping
49: The Never Ending Journey
50: B) Hionori Ohtsuka
51: C) Chogen Miagi
52: A) Gogen Yamaguchi
53: B) Choki Motobu
54: C) Mas Oyama
55: Bulls
56: A) Adriano Emperado
57: “ka”(“karate”), “ju” (“jujutsu”), “ken” (“kenpo”), “bo” (Boxing)
58: B) Shaka Inn
59: Famous Historian of the Martial Arts
60: US Marine, 1st westerner to get a teaching license (menkyo in the tenshin shoden katori Shinto-ryu of bujutsu and wrote over 30 books
61: B) Bruce Lee
62: C) Wing Chun
63: B) Angel Cabales
64:The 3rd highest rank in the world under the International Karatedo Federation of Japan. It is awarded to the understudy of the 2 highest ranks who wear red belts. The job of the red belts is to be the personal bodyguard to the Emperor of Japan. The 2 red belts would set the rules for obtaining the one and only tri-color belt and they created the Lame and Kill Matches.
65: C) Henry Slomanski
Who is Your Master Matching Section!
Students Teachers
66) Bruce Juchnik B,D,I A Bruce Juchnik
67) Bruce Lee G B James Mitose
68) Thomas Young B C Arthur Kiawi
69) William Chow B D William Chow
70) Paul Yamaguchi B E Gichen Funakoshi
71) Arthur Kiawi B F Jigoro Kano
72) Bobby Lowe B G Yip Man
73) Jiro Nakamura B H Chojun Miyagi
74) Morihei Ueshiba O I Angel Cabales
75) Jeff Driscoll A, L J Donn Draeger
76) Ed Parker D K Bruce Lee
77) Mas Oyama E (also gogen yamaguchi) L George Dillman
78) Gogen Yamaguchi H M Chuck Norris
79) Adriano Emperado B, D N Anko Itosu
80) Gichen Funakoshi N O Takeda Sokaku

 

Match up the Martial Arts Style with the country of origin. Some choices may be used more than once, some choices may not be used at all.
81) Koshso Ryu Kempo B A) United States
82) Ryu Kyu Kempo D B) Japan
83) American Kempo A C) China
84) Judo B D) Okinawa
85) Jujutsu B E) Philippines
86) Tae Kwon Do J F) Brazil
87) Kendo B G) Canada
88) Naha-te D H) Mexico
89) Tomari-te D I) England
90) Shuri-te D J) Korea
91) Karate D
92) Shotokan Karate D
93) Wing Chun C
94) Daito-ryu Aiki-jujutsu B
95) Jeet kune do A
96) Kyusho Jitsu B
97) Gōjū-ryū D/B
98) Wado-ryū B
99) Kyokushinkai B
100) Shuri-ryū A
101) Shitō-ryū B
102) Shōrin-ryū D
103) Escrima E

 

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