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Takenori Imura

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Style  Shotokan Karate
Rank  7th Dan karate (JKA)

Name  Takenori Imura
Teacher  Masatoshi Nakayama
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Born  14 July 1952 Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan (1952-07-14)

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Takenori Imura (Imura Takenori, 14 July 1952) is a Japanese master of Shotokan karate. He has won the JKA's version of the world championships for kata on 2 occasions. He has also won the JKA All-Japan championships for kata on 5 occasions. He is currently an instructor of the Japan Karate Association.

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Biography

Takenori Imura was born in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan on 14 July 1952. He studied at Japan University. His karate training began during his 1st year of university.

Competition

Takenori Imura has had considerable success in karate competition.

Major Tournament Success

  • 6th Shoto World Cup Karate Championship Tournament (Osaka, 1996) - 1st Place Group Kata
  • 39th JKA All Japan Karate Championship (1996) - 1st Place Kata
  • 38th JKA All Japan Karate Championship (1995) - 1st Place Kata
  • 5th Shoto World Cup Karate Championship Tournament (Philadelphia, 1994) - 1st Place Kata
  • 37th JKA All Japan Karate Championship (1994) - 1st Place Kata
  • 36th JKA All Japan Karate Championship (1993) - 1st Place Kata
  • 4th Shoto World Cup Karate Championship Tournament (Tokyo, 1992) - 2nd Place Kata
  • 35th JKA All Japan Karate Championship (1992) - 1st Place Kata
  • 34th JKA All Japan Karate Championship (1991) - 2nd Place Kata
  • 33rd JKA All Japan Karate Championship (1990) - 3rd Place Kata
  • 31st JKA All Japan Karate Championship (1988) - 2nd Place Kata
  • 2nd Shoto World Cup Karate Championship Tournament - 1st Place Kata/Group Kata
  • 29th JKA All Japan Karate Championship (1986) - 2nd Place Kata
  • 24th JKA All Japan Karate Championship (1981) - 3rd Place Kata
  • 23rd JKA All Japan Karate Championship (1980) - 3rd Place Kumite
  • References

    Takenori Imura Wikipedia