- Toyotaro Miyazaki
Sensei Toyotaro Miyazaki is the Head of the
International Shotokai Federation.
Sensei Miyazaki, who was born in
Tokyo, Japan, began his karate training at the age of 15 under Master Tomasaburo Okanoat the Kenkojyuku Dojo. He trained in Shotokan Karatein Japan until his mid twenties before coming to the United States.
Upon arriving in the United States he quickly achieved fame as one of the fiercest karate competitors in both
Kataand Kumite. His skills brought him to be on the cover of Black Belt Magazine, Karate Illustrated, and Official Karate. In addition to being on the cover of these magazines he has been featured in the articles of these magazines multiple times.
Having been established in
Flushingover 30 years, Sensei Miyazaki has taught thousands of students and has produced hundreds of black belts, some of whom have become Instructors at their own Karate Dojos.
Sensei Miyazaki is also a former instructor of the
Long Island University Karate Instructor Certificationprogram. As such he is responsible for the development and spreading of Modern Karate, in association with Dr. Milorad V. Stricevićof LIU and the Yugoslav Karate expert and National Team selector and coach Sensei Dušan Dačić.
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