Karate was developed on the island of Okinawa. It was a combination of the Okinawa Wrestling and Chinese Kung Fu.
In the Ryukyu Islands in Okinawa, which is now a part of Japan.
Indirectly. Karate was developed on the islands of Okinawa, now a part of Japan, and is a blend of Chinese kung fu and wrestling.
Sort of. Karate was developed on Okinawa, which is now a part of Japan. It used to be a separate country and a tributary of China. Karate was a combination of the Okinawa wrestling and Chinese Kung Fu. In the 1930's karate was introduced to the main islands of Japan.
Karate is a word from Okinawa. It is now a part of Japan, but at the time was an independent kingdom.
There were 4: 1)Karate Kid 2)Karate Kid Part 2 3)Karate Kid part 3 4)The next Karate Kid.
Yes and No. It is the 1st and only state made up of all islands but lots of states have islands as part of the state. For example Florida has Key West which is a island but most of the state is not a island.
These are all of the Karate Kid movies:The Karate Kid (1984)The Karate Kid, Part II (1986)The Karate Kid, Part III (1989)The Next Karate Kid (1994)The Karate Kid (2010)
Karate comes from a place named Okinawa, which is now a part of Japan, though it wasn't when it was first developed.
Karate is a noun.
I actually have to write an essay on that so I'm just going to put part of the essay I made here. It should answer your question.Hundreds of years ago, on the island of Okinawa, a form of martial arts, known today as karate, was developing. Okinawa was one of the small islands that surrounded Japan and being at the crossroad of most trades, it was often a resting spot. Anyway, back to karate. As karate is made up of two Japanese characters 'kara'(空) and 'te'(手), which literally translates into English as 'empty hands.' However, it did not always have that name. Originally, karate was known as 'Kenpo,' which meant 'First Law' in Chinese. When karate came from China to Okinawa, the 'te' was added causing it to mean 'Hands of China.' Finally, in 1923, the Okinawans turned the Chinese characters into Japanese ones making the translation 'Empty Hands.' This brought an even deeper meaning to karate that the spiritual overcomes the physical. In 1916, two of the best from Okinawa, (Kenwa Mabuni and Gigen Funakoshi) introduced karate to Japan in order to promote karate as a sport.
Ralph Macchio plays Daniel Larusso in both Karate Kid and Karate Kid 2. The first movie is set in Long Beach. The second is set in Okinawa, Japan.
No, Karate is a martial art
Karate originated on Okinawa, an island country now a part of Japan. They combined kung fu and tode, a local wrestling style.
Karate was created in Okinawa, which is now a part of Japan. It was created by combining local Okinawa wrestling with elements of Chinese White Crane Kung Fu.
Karate as we know it today originated on Okinawa, an island kingdom that is now a part of Japan. The natives there had an art called Tegumi - a sort of wrestling, that they combined with White Crane Kung Fu to create karate.
Okinawa is a series of islands, as well as the largest island. It is now a part of Japan. It is also known as the Ryu Kyu Islands. It was the site of some fierce fighting during World War 2 as well as the site of the origination of karate.
Pat Morita as "Mr Miyagi" in the movie Karate Kid Part II
The part of the Philippines that is the first to see the sunrise is Mindanao. It is located on the southern part of the islands east coast.
Italy is not made of two islands - it is solidly part of the continent of Europe. Italy does have several islands off its coast e.g. elba, pantelleria, sardinia, sicily.
Ralph Macchio was the original Karate Kid and is also in Karate Kid part II.
Indonesia is a country made up of thousands of islands, but it is not regarded as "between" Australia and Asia as it is considered part of Asia.
Ka is a Japanese suffic that indicates someone that does what ever the first part of the word is. In this case, it is someone who practices karate.
Sort of, the first people to use the word were the Okinawans. They are now a part of Japan, but in the past were an independent kingdom with their own language.
Yes but not to follow the original Karate Kid 1,2,&3.. I think the new version will actually be much better like the first one was great but followed a lot of the original. This next round will completely shock everyone with a completely different idea. I am really excited for them to get it written and made soon.
Not unless it is at the start of a sentence or part of a formal name. Karate is studied in a dojo. He went to the dojo to study karate. He studies Shidokan Karate.