Masataka Ohshita, Soke, ist der aktuelle technische Direktor unseres Karate-verbandes, Shitoryu Shukokai Karatedo World Union!
Er wurde am 18.7.1956 in der Hyogo Präfektur in Japan geboren und lebt seit 2010 in Österreich.
Wir sind sehr stolz darauf, ihn unseren „Soke“, und somit höchste technische Instanz unserer Schule, nennen zu dürfen.
Shitoryu Shukokai Karatedo World Union: Soke, Hanshi 9. Dan, Technischer Direktor
International Shito-Ryu Karatedo Union (I.S.K.U.): Soke, Hanshi 9. Dan
Karatedo Shito-Ryu Kensei-kan: Hanshi 9. Dan
Shito-Ryu Karatedo Seishin-kan: 9. Dan
Austria Karate Federation: 8. Dan
Japan Karate Federation: Kyoshi 7. Dan
Iaido – Muso Jikiden Eishin-ryu, Suirei-kan, Kancho: 7. Dan
All Japan Kendo Federation: 3. Dan
Nippon Kenpo: 3. Dan
Judo: 2. Dan
Japanese Calligraphy: 7. Dan, pen name = Suiho
JASA Coach IV
MA.Ed. = Master of Arts in Education
University Wien: Doctral Course in Philosophy
Weitere Qualifikationen und wissenswertes über den Soke:
(auf englisch, da Originaltext)
St. Thomas University, Japan, Spanish Language & Literature 1975-4～1979-3
Alaska University in the U.S.A., Anthropology 1980-9～1982-8
St. Thomas University, Japan, English Language & Literature 1983-4～1985-3
Ashiya University Graduate School: Education 1993-4～1998-3
Universität Wien, Dr.-Studium der Philosophie
(Dissertationsgebiet: English and American Studies) 25.02.2010～
Professor: Ashiya Gakuen High School (in Japan) 1986.9～2009.3
Professor: Ashiya University (in Japan) 2009.4～2012.3
Professor: Sakura Budo Science Vienna (in Austria) 2010.2～2012.3
Guest Researcher: University Vienna (in Austria) 2010.2～2012.3
Professor: Seiwa Gakuen Japanese Culture Institute (in Japan) 2012.4.～now
Researcher: Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Experimentation and Clinical Traumatology (in Austria) 2012.4.～now
I started Judo at the age of 9, and started Karate at the age of 16. After I graduated St. Thomas University, Japan, I went to America to teach Karate. I was teaching Karate at U.S Army, at Alaska University, at High School and at my Dojo. At the day time, I was studying at Alaska University.
I was a Kumite Champion in Alaska State in 1981. After 3 years and a half, I went back to Japan. I became a student at St. Thomas University Japan again, and I have got English Teacher’s License for high school and junior high school in 1985.
When I was 35 years old, I became All Japan Karate Kata champion in Tokyo Japan ‘Nippon Budokan’ in 1991. After I became famous by this championship, I have got a job at Ashiya International High School as an English teacher in 1992.
During I teach English, at the same time I studied at Ashiya University Graduate School and I have got the M.A. in Education in 1998 at the age of 45.
Since I became a teacher of this high school, I made karate club at high school, Junior high school and Ashiya University.
I write articles to Karate magazines “monthly magazine JKFan” in Japan, “Black Belt” in the U.S., and “TRADITIONAL KARATE” in England.
In 2010, Ashiya University in Japan sent me to ‘Sakura Budo Science Vienna’ in Austria to teach Japanese Budo, Karate, Judo, Kendo, Iaido etc.
In 2012, I retired the professor of university and decided to live in Vienna to teach Japanese Budo, mainly Shito-style Karate.
Karate Seminar for 300 students in America in 1979.
Karate Seminar for 50 students in Hawaii USA in 2005.7.
Karate Seminar for 200 students in France in 2005.11.
Karate Seminar for 350 students in Iran in 2006.11.
Karate Seminar for 500 students in Poland in2007.5.
Karate Seminar for 40 students in France in 2007.11.
Karate Seminar for 40 students in Austria in 2007.11.
Karate Seminar for 50 students in New Zealand in 2008.
Karate Seminar for 150 students in Sri Lanka in 2008.6.
Karate Seminar for 150 students in Germany in 2009.11.
Karate Seminar for 100 students in France in 2010.6.
Karate Seminar for 100 students in Germany in 2010.6.
Karate Seminar for 150 students in Sri Lanka in 2010.7.
Karate Seminar for 150 students in England in 2010.10.
Karate Seminar for 150 students in Tullen, Austria in 2010.11.
Karate Seminar for 150 students in Hungary in 2010.11.
Karate Seminar for 30 students in Melk, Austria in 2011.12.
Karate Seminar for 30 students in St. Pölten, Austria in 2013.11.
Karate Seminar for 40 students in St. Pölten, Austria in 2013.12.
Karate Seminar for 30 students in St. Christophen, Austria in 2014.3.
Karate Seminar for 150 students in England in 2014.11.
The result of Championships:
1979-7 America California state Kumite free weight 3rd place.
1981-7 America Alaska state Kumite free weight Champion.
1988-5 Hyogo prefecture in Japan Kata Champion.
1985～ Amagasaki city in Japan, Kata 10 times Champion.
1989～ Shitoryu Karatedo Union, All Japan 2 times Champion
1989～ Shitoryu Karatedo Union Shukokai, All Japan Kata 5 times Champion.
1991-10 All Japan Karate Kata Champion at Nippon Budokan in Tokyo.
2001～ All Japan Teachers’ Karate Championships 3 times Champion.
2002～ Shitoryu Karatedo Union, All Japan Senior Kata 4 times Champion.
2005-11 Shitoryu Karatedo Union 5th World Championship in France, Kata Champion. Awarded the Best player’s award from the mayor of the city.
1. Vocabulary Strategies of Beginning EFL Readers’ 2/1998 (in English)
2. Delegation of Japanese Traditional Martial Arts by Ashiya University’ 8/2005 (in Japanese)
3.‘The Report on Iranian Karata Conditions’ 11/2006 (in Japanese)
4.‘The Report on Alaska State in the U.S. Karate Conditions’ 4/2006 (in Japanese)
5.‘Report on the recent Conference of Cooperation between Sakura Budo Science Vienna and Ashiya University,and a further report on the current condition of French and Austrian Karate’ 12/2007 (in Japanese)
6.Karate Article for monthly magazine. ‘How to pass the most difficult grading in the world’ color 5 pages, TRADITIONAL KARATE in England in 2008
7. Karate Article for monthly magazine. ‘10 secrets to passing your next belt test’ color 3 pages, BLACK BELT in the U.S.A.
8.Karate Articles for monthly magazine. ‘English Conversation for Karate players in Japan’ for 24 times in two years. 2006-2008, JKFan in Japan.
9.‘An Examination of the Utilization of the Japanese Philosophy of „Budo“ in Contemporary Education‘ 9/2008 (in Japanese)
10.‘English Conversation for Karate player in Japan’ Champ Co.,Ltd. 2/2010 (in English & in Japanese) 3,000 copies at first
11.Karate Article for monthly magazine : Essay ‘Karate Essay in Vienna’ for 24 times in two years. 2.2010～2.2012
12. Karate Article for monthly magazine. ‘I love Karate so much!!’ color 5 pages, TOSHIYA in Germany in 2010
13. Karate Article for monthly magazine. ‘Die schwierigsten Prüfungen der Welt… und wie man sie besteht. 10 Tipps, wie man eine Dan-Prüfung besteht. color 5 pages, TOSHIYA in Germany in 2010