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Goju-Ryu Karate

What is Goju-Ryu Karate?

The literal translation of the Japanese term Goju is “hard/soft” – go meaning hard and ju meaning soft. Ryu means school, thus Goju-Ryu is the hard/soft school of Karate.

Goju-Ryu Karate is one of the four original Okinawan styles of Karate, and was founded by Chojun Miyagi (1888-1953). Sensei Miyagi had spent years in China training with the Chinese masters of White Crane style Kung Fu before returning to Okinawa to formulate what is now known as Okinawan Goju-Ryu Karate Do.

Traditional Okinawan Goju-Ryu Karate
The picture shows Sensei Terry Lyon, 5th Dan Traditional Okinawan Goju-Ryu Karate, instructing a class in his Dojo in Cottesloe, Perth, Western Australia. The Karate technique shown is rising Ko-Uke, crane block, made famous by the movie “The Karate Kid”.
(Click on the image to enlarge)

Traditional Okinawan Goju-Ryu Karate has a very pure lineage.

Gojo-Ryu Karate is a traditional martial art that was handed down from the founder Sensei Chojun Miyagi to his student Sensei Anichi Miyagi and then to Sensei Morio Higaonna in an unbroken line, which means the art has not been diluted or embellished through the generations like many other martial arts have. Instead, Goju-Ryu Karate persists as a highly effective fighting system today. It is not a sport style of Karate but offers its students a practical method of self defence in any situation.

Characteristics of Goju-Ryu Karate

Goju-Ryu Karate has a great variety of hand and foot techniques and employs hard and soft techniques with both circular and linear movements. Particular emphasis is placed on strengthening the body and mind with supplementary exercises.

The basic idea of the hard and soft style is use a soft blocking technique to block a hard strike or to deflect the strike rather than to meet force with force. Likewise, when attacking, Goju-Ryu employs a hard technique against a soft target and vice versa. For example, in Okinawan Goju-Ryu a palm heel strike (using the relatively soft palm heel of the hand) is often used to strike something hard like the head. Another example for the hard/soft aspect is a kick (hard) into the groin (soft).

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130 comments about “Goju-ryu Karate”

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  3. H. Hernandez said:

    looking for a Goju Ryu school in New Jersey, USA. can you help!

  4. Ovidijus said:

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  5. Jim Jamison said:

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  6. Firdaus Sensei said:

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  7. hugh ass said:

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  8. shasank said:

    dear sensei
    i am a 15yrs old first degree black belt but i think i cannot continue my game from now onwards due to my family problems.cani get some help about it?

  9. Peter Hibbett said:

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  10. Andrew Raslan said:

    I suck in karate, but I think that Goju-Ryu is the best style, ’cause I read the guides for each one. I also saw the movie “Karate Kid” and I think Kempo is the art studied dy Cobra-Kai… Doesn’t matter…

  11. Andrew Raslan said:

    I suck in karate, but I think that Goju-Ryu is the best style, ’cause I read the guides for each one. I also saw the movie “Karate Kid” and I think Kempo is the art studied by Cobra-Kai… Doesn’t matter…

  12. stacey hook said:

    can anyone tell me at the start of the lesson when you bow in which leg you kneal down with first and which hand you put down first please

  13. karren said:

    Stacey hook asked which leg and hand to put down first in a bow in. It is the left for both.

  14. Sensei Sharif Bapu said:

    Hello Sensei it nice to go through your website and get information i belong to gojuryu karate andi am a member of the japan karate federation (gojukai) i would like to know aboutwho is your master in japan and are u related to IOGKF AS SENSEI MORIO HIGAONNA”S NAME IS MENTIONED IN YOUR SITE LEWT ME KNOW ASI WOULD LOVETOBE ASSOCIATED WITH YOUR GROUP THANKS DOMO ARIGATO.

  15. Sensei John Taylor said:

    Karate-Do is not a hobby, nor a sport. The lineage of karate is a passionate one and if anyone here thionks karate is a game then i wise suggest to give up. i am a 3rd dan and i have trained since 1989. Will be grading for my 4th dan in 2008 hopefully. I hope everyone keeps training!

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  17. KARAN said:

    Respected sir, I am an old student of your karate do. I am golden brown belt from India.
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  18. Zenu said:

    Hey I do karate and I am the first girl in NZ in my class to do the decathlon(10 thing in one go) I am a black belt in Goju-Ryu and really want to go in to the depths of karate.

    I enjoy it a lot and think that karate is a real old but traditional art and i would hate to see karate loose its traditionality…..Thanks

  19. AJ said:

    i teach goju here in nj

  20. David Watson said:

    I once knew a master of Goju Karate he was a 6th Dan and died of cancer. He told me that some of the blocks and techniques did not work and he knew that it was very unpractical.

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  22. farhan younas said:

    i m a student but i have a great interest in learning martial arts.i hardly find time to join a club so are there any lessons for me so that i can learn martial arts at home.

  23. na-chan said:

    i just joined karate around a month or so ago & really enjoy it. Admittedly I did learn a little when I was young, but was too young 2 appreaciate it really. Now im older & i really see it not only as a sport or a fun hobby, but as a discipline.

    I have gradings nxt week! ah…my 1st ones 2 c if i can get up 2 yellow belt…wish me luck! i’ve been practicing hard.

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  25. Natasha said:

    hi I am asking for help in learning karate send me an e-mail if you think you can help. my e-mail address is I took classes when I was little but i have no time now, due to the fact that I have a job and I am in school. I want to learn all that I can. plz help

  26. cp said:

    first of all heartly congratulation for your efforts of mass awareness of karate .well wishes.
    i`m an enthusiastic karateka .i`ve a query.
    when `ll the karate be included in olympics..

  27. fathima said:

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  28. Catherine said:

    Play karate?Lol.TO me karate’s not a sport,it’s more.I been doing Goju Ryu for almost 2 months and I’m receiving my yellow belt soon but I’m nervous about the tournament!What goes on?

  29. Natasha said:

    I don’t really know catherine but good luck to you. I am just starting out also

  30. Catherine said:

    My tournament went so well!Althoough I placed second in every event I’m still happy!Yeah!

  31. alan said:

    I am a student of goshinkan karate in australia we have been challenged by our sensei to find out why a karate gi must never expose the elbows. can anyone help me

  32. Laura said:

    Pineland Karate in Jackson, NJ — tradtional goju ryu taught

  33. Natasha said:

    I am trying to find a goju ryu class near my home town. anyone know how to help me. Please let me know soon.

  34. karatekid said:

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  35. ravishankar said:

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  36. Catherine said:

    I am currently training with the sai.Any tips?Anybody?

  37. J.T.L.E said:

    thank you for the website it helped me find info on several styles of karate i am lokking forword to learning

  38. Sophal said:

    hello sensei i just started Goju Ryu and i found your website very helpful!

  39. tareq ayyuob said:

    Am from palistin am sory my english is not good but thank yuo for every think abuot this style of karate

  40. Greg said:

    heeyyyy….this site is very useful 2 me and i will most probably take up karate because i am extremely intersted. thanx

  41. Catherine said:

    Hello Sensei.Just came home from my second tournament.Could you tell me about Freestyle karate?

  42. Tim Minich said:

    This is one awesome website. It has been about 8 years since I have taken Goju-ryu. When I was living in Germany, I was training at the Loveless academy of karate-do and kobudo. I remember when I first started training with my sensei, Michael Loveless that we were learning Shudokan, but then after a while Mr. Loveless started incorporating Goju-ryu into our training. I only made it up to green belt, which I believe is 3rd kyu-ho. For a while I have been trying to find more information on Goju-ryu. I have bookmarked this site because it has the most information I have been able to find. AWESOME SITE!!!

  43. Barry Martin said:

    Hello, My name is Barry. I recieved my Jr. Black Belt when I was 13. I am now 24 and my Sensei has since moved to Arizona. Now Married and with two children I was wondering if anyone could help me get back in touch with Martial Arts. My Sensei and I trained from the time I was 6 untill 13, mostly one on one. I believe he was a 3rd or 4th degree, I can’t remember which. Anyway if there is anyone out there with any good information on (im not shure how to spell it) Shir-Rin-Ru Karate I would love to re establish myself. Thank You

  44. Jaco said:

    I’ve been doing goju-ryu for 2 years, and obtained my green belt. I feel very confident that I will be able to defend myself. Goju Ryu specialize in self defence and not in competition/sport.

  45. Bails said:

    I have just moved to Vancouver and I am looking for an experienced Goju Sensei. Any suggestions??

  46. Master GJ Torres Jr. said:

    For Goju Ryu See GrandMaster Ron Van Clief.

  47. MJ said:


    Can someone tell us something about Kukoshin Karate?
    I heard it is a rough karate style and may be the toughest among all karate styles?


  48. George Attar said:

    Moved into the San Diego area from Canada looking for a class for our son has 3yrs experience with Goju Ryu, please can u advise on classes in the area of Spring Valley. Thank you

  49. Gelabel said:

    Dear Sensei I am a 4th degree black belt in Shorinji Ryu, I have been retired for over ten years but I would like to practice again, I lost track of my Sensei , I would like to have the oprtunity to contact you. If you could answer please, thank you…….Gelabel Monserrate

  50. DP said:

    I have also recently moved to Vancouver and would love to know if there are any good (full time) Goju Ryu dojos here. I live close to Main and Broadway and would like to find something reasonably close. If there are any adult green to black belt students that want a training partner leave me a post. I’m 1st degree but need some reconditioning.

  51. wufong said:

    I was taught by meitatsu yagi. son of the late meitoku yagi. i havent trained in approximately four months, since moving from okinawa, japan. i was also taught by his two sons- akihito and akihiro yagi. gojuryu is my favorite karate style. did anybody go to the ceremony for the late meitoku yagi last march in 2006? i was there.

  52. wufong said:

    honestly i think this site is… (sorry if insult you in anyway, but I’ve read through some of this stuff and a lot of it isn’t correct, well just saying)i would rather not say… not good…. for i know who was a student of the founder of goju-ryu and i was taught by his son, and the sons of his son.

  53. wufong said:

    i am not trying to be a jerk or anything like that, but… i go to

  54. steve lyons said:


    I am a member of IMGKA please tell me what you found on the IMGKA web site that was wrong so that I can pass along the right information to the web master and fix the mistakes.

    Thank-you for your honesty

  55. Kancho Deena Naidu said:

    The art of karate-do was created for self protection (body) self discipline (mind) and self enlightenment(spirit). It is not an ego building exercise to determine ones level, standard or position. There is nothing in the teachings of great masters of the art that it is there for challenging others or testing ones skills against those who have or don’t have skills in the art. By correct practice, according to traditional teachings one overcomes struggle created by ones own mind and polishes techniques that improves the quality of ones self defence ability. Like many great teachers, my teacher and his teacher taught the art for its true purpose of Budo. We live on this earth school for a short time. During this period we are faced with many great challenges and traditional karate helps us to cope with many of these. It does not increase the challenges by inflating or deflating the ego. Whether we believe this or not we are all spiritual beings on a human journey. Life on Earth is just one tiny institution of learning. Many ask how do we know if this is true? It depends who you talk with and whose teachings you follow.
    This magnificent art of karate-do, so brilliantly designed by masters in the field of karate- do that has innumerable ways of defence in every or any form of attack. The masters have thought of almost everything. It has to be divinely inspired. Sometimes it goes beyond human comprehension. Many who practice the art have settled for just the physical, while others have gone just beyond into the mental. There is another part of this art that transcends these two into the spiritual. People say it is just a physical art, others say it is mental and so on. It depends who teaches you and what is shared. Can we say education stops at primary or high school or university? Education is for life and so is karate-do. If this is so then it must be the three domains: the physical, mental and spiritual. Those who practice just the physical, in most cases give up as soon as the body starts to ache, or old age sets in. those who do it for the mind and body give up when the mind tiers, how those who practice it beyond these two levels do so for life. Those who are seeking will get a clearer understanding from many good books in the market. I have written two books Discovering martial arts and Budo–ka. These will also help the reader.
    Life is greater than you imagine, further than you know, more fulfilling than you understand and more beautiful than your visualization.

  56. simeo said:

    This website is quite good please can we be sent messages about the training, updates and all that about the self deffence on our personal emails. am a trainer in kyambogo university in Uganda.

  57. kadodia abubakar said:

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  58. nick howse said:

    add more its like a lonley site (trevor)!!!

  59. S.PARTHIBAN said:

    Dear Sensei:
    I hav been doing my karate with Go ju ryy style for past 18 yrs. I need your guide and affiliation of style. Looking forward your mail.

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  61. Marfani Amreen Yusufbhai said:

    hello sensei,

    I am very impressed with your web site. Information here is well up to date, also I am very interested in reading from it.

    I am traryning to Goju-ryu karate from India(Gujarat)My sensei name is sandip jayswal is 3 DAN black belt My sensei traryning is Japan,Tokyo,Chiana .
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  62. gojukataneeded45 said:

    I need to learn Suparinpei. Can anyone suggest videos or books or preferably a website with the steps of Suparinpei on it? Any suggestions apprerciated.

  63. Sensie Jack kraimer said:

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  64. Jpwill said:

    I just got word that is back online. Where is everyone from the forum now days?

  65. fumikomigeri said:

    Hi first time on this excellent site. Anyone interested in joining/finding any Goju-Ryu clubs should log onto this site could be very helpful to you.IOGKF is an international Goju Ryu organisation headed by Sensei Morio Higaonna. If you’d like to know what the training is like, go on youtube and search “self defence goju ryu. Our dojo has three vids on there. Seeya

  66. Michael Fonte said:

    I live in Maplewood, NJ and have been training at an Urban GoJu DoJo for the past three years. The dojo is closing and I’m looking for another dojo to train at in the NCY/Norther NJ area.

  67. Kancho Deena Naidu said:

    Well said. I have been practicing karate for over 40 years. I am a direct student of the great Gogen Sensei, graduated at his college in 1976. I have never agreed with anyone more. Karate is not a sport, it was never intended to be a sport. It is purely self defence. There are not many left in the world that think like you. I am so glad I found another who thinks with the heart and not the head. My teacher was very unhappy with the way karate was heading before he died. Please continue the way you think and I do hope there will be more like you in the years to come. You have a good teacher.
    Kancho Deena Naidu

  68. Kancho Deena Naidu said:

    Hi Fellow Karate-ka.
    I have a great feeling that many karate-ka are turning back to the old ways of training and not the sport karate that creates a false sense of security, that is based on winning and trophies. i am looking for fellow karate-ka to connect with me who have the same sense of feeling as I do to karate-do. My teacher Gogen Yamaguchi was an awesome teacher. please read about him. Like him there were many great teachers who did not like the birth of sports karate. My web site is and my e-mail is
    Please communicate with me as I am trying to re-ignite the old ways of training that was so benefical to mankind.
    kind regards
    Kancho Deena Naidu

  69. Israr Khan said:

    yes all karate types are rough and you need to devote some time for it. then focus on it. manage your health body nad mind in good condition. improve it. as it is a continuous process.dont give up. be in contact.

  70. Matt said:

    I do not study Karate I’am however a black belt in Judo, would like to learn Ishan Ryu its a style of Karate that is not on this site? I think Karate is over rated except Shotokan and Gojo-Ryu style, they seem to be the best!

  71. christopher peters said:

    So american kenpo karate is goju-ryu???????????????????????????

  72. Daniel said:

    Os sensei , I am 31 years of age and got my 7th dan black belt when I was 28 , I do goju from the age of 6years and are the WAKO,WKF world chapion and what I do to stay fit is do saifa kata 3 times a day and soichen and just want to say that goju is the best style in the world

  73. Devon said:

    I go to a dojo that teaches Goju ryu in Galloway.

  74. Don said:

    Will the author of this website do an article on Shuri-Ryu Karate-do?

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  77. JON NOBLE said:

    I studied there a few years ago under Joe Ward. Is Goju-ryu basically the same style as Goshin-ryu? I’m living in Virginia and I would like to get back to my katas. Last year when I called I was told that they may be available shortly on disc. Are they?

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  79. Deena Naidu Kancho said:

    These are wise words, karate is not a game or a sport. My teacher Gogen Yamauchi Sensei told me that he made a very big mistake in participating in something that made Budo karate have an off shoot called Shiah ( Karate Sport) The sooner karate-ka world wide realise it the beter for the art to grow. If you understand Budo then you will understand that it can never be a sport. What are we competing against when you have only yourself to challenge. Karate is a means of self improvement so that you defensive skills improve, your mind to gain self control and your spirit to develop into a higher level of awareness. Today you are better than someone, the next time someone is better than you when does it all end. This is karate at mind level or ego level. Budo teaches us “Self improvement never ends, we are becoming a purified spirit beyond mind level above the ego. My students do not take part in tournments, yet humble in their ways and are absolutely fantastic karate-ka. They are developing holistically. They practice real budo and i am glad I had a teacher called Gogen Yamaguchi Sensei as he said don’t waste your time with Sport karate, I am glad I took his advise, many hundreds have benefited from this. I am not saying to any of you do not practice sport, that is your choose, mine is Budo the real art.

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    The name of DOJO is RBKA: (Royal Budokan Karate Association) of Jeypore, Koraput, Odisha, Master Muna Singh Lal is the founder of this DOJO. The foundation was laid on 14th day of February 1994 (Saraswati Puja), the date on which Royal Budokan Karate Association was born, with a handful of 20 members.
    Now our DOJO affiliated to :
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    World Karate Confederation, Switzerland
    World Union of Karate Organisation, Italy
    International Budokan Karate Organisation, Hydrabad.
    Orissa Muaythai Union – OMU ( MFI, AMAI, WMC, IFMA )
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    First generation students of Miyagi Chojun Soke were Higa Seiko[Shodokan], Yagi Meitoku[Meibukan}, and Miyazato Eiichi [Jundokan]. Higaonna Morio Sensei was a student of Miyazato. Not taking anything from Higaonna Sensei’s role in the preservation and teaching of Goju-ryu, the prominence given to him in the introduction to this page diminishes the importance of those who followed from his sensei [e.g.Chinen Teruo] as well as the other two important disciples of Miyagi Sensei.

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    Higaonna Morio Sensei ultimately became the sole student of Miyagi Anichi upon Miyagi Sensei’s separation from the Jundokan after his falling out with Miyazato. The purpose of this was apparently to preserve the essence of Miyagi Chojun’s teachings. It would be interesting to learn where, if any, one might find independent testimony to the effect that the other two aforementioned disciples of Miyagi Chojun had not also done so.

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