Tomio Imamura

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Tomio Imamura
Born(1958-10-07)7 October 1958
Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan
Style Shotokan Karate
Teacher(s) Masatoshi Nakayama
Rank7th Dan karate (JKA)

Tomio Imamura (Imamura Tomio, 7 October 1958) is a Japanese master of Shotokan karate. [1] He has won the JKA's version of the world championships for kumite on 2 occasions. He has also won the JKA All-Japan championships for kumite on 2 occasions. [1] He is currently an instructor of the Japan Karate Association. [1]

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Biography

Tomio Imamura was born in Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan on 7 October 1958. He studied at Takushoku University. His karate training began during his 1st year of university.

Competition

Tomio Imamura has had considerable success in karate competition.

Major Tournament Success

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References

  1. 1 2 3 JKA: Instructor profiles – Sensei Tomio Imamura7th Dan Archived 2008-01-31 at the Wayback Machine Retrieved on 15 February 2014.