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Sensei may still be used if the martial art is Japanese in origin.

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Q: What is the word for Sifu and or Sensei in French that means a martial arts teacher from or in France?
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Sensei just means "Teacher" or "instructor" Ryu is "Style of" So, you could be a Sensei of Isshin-Ryu, meaning you are a teacher in the style of Isshin.

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