Where ever his teacher is located. And they all have a teacher. If their master has passed away, they train on their own in their own dojo.
He trains in a dojo. It is a place with all the facilities and equipment required to practice karate. Generally, a mat is also present to minimize injuries from falling.
Students may be taught karate individually or in groups by karate teachers. They teach pupils new skills and help them hone their existing ones. Teachers keep track of their pupils' development and help them get ready for promotion.
There is no single master.
There was no single master - karate encompasses the product of an enormous number of practitioners.
You don't master karate at brown belt. You don't normally ever master karate. The best thing to do is to practice often and hard.
neither it is the study of martial tecnique through katas, sparring, drills etc, however the school, instructer, style etc. conducts it. Karate means empty hand.
Yes, they certainly can. It doesn't take much to learn how to do it, but there is no real reason to train to do it other than competitions.
You don't earn anything for being a karate master. You can earn money for teaching and running a dojo or organization.
There is actually lots of different types of karate but in the karate i do the grand master is sensei ken WA mabooni
his family and also his karate instructer he was in show bizz and he recommended it to him
* Teach karate students * Train hard * Go to tournaments * Sparring * Stretch
You bow. That's it.