Oyama wrote over 80 books in Japanese and some were translated into other languages. Many students, including Steve Arneil, Jon Bluming, and Howard Collins, traveled to Japan to train with Oyama directly. Masutatsu Ōyama (大山 倍達, Ōyama Masutatsu, born Choi Yeong-eui (Hangul: 최영의 Hanja: 崔永宜); July 27, 1923 – April 26, 1994), more commonly known as Mas Oyama, was a karate master who founded Kyokushin Karate, considered the first and most influential style of full contact karate. Tensho draws it origin from Goju-ryu where it was developed by Chojun Miyagi, who claimed credit for its creation. He held demonstrations of his karate, which included breaking objects. Some areas now phase out the prefix "sono" in the kata names. The Kanku kata was originally known as Kusanku or Kushanku, and is believed to have either been taught by, or inspired by, a Chinese martialartist who was sent to Okinawa as an ambassador in the Ryukyu Kingdom during the 16th century. Community-minded family-oriented behavior based. He was forced to leave his mountain retreat after his sponsor had stopped supporting him. Matsuo Shozan's Hokushinkan Karate School and his disciples' fighting style in PS2 games Garouden Breakblow (2005) and Garouden Breakblow Fist or Twist (2007) are heavily based on Kyokushinkaikan and its founder Oyama Masutatsu 'Sosai'. Kanku dai to end the perfect day . Mas Oyama was born as Choi Young-Eui (최영의) in Gimje, Korea under Japanese rule.  One exception may be the kata "Yantsu" which possibly originates with Motobu-ha Shito-ryu.  One of the goals of kyokushin is to strengthen and improve character by challenging one's self through rigorous training.. In 1953 Oyama opened his own karate dojo, named Oyama Dojo (form of Gōjū-ryū), in Tokyo but continued to travel around Japanand the world giving martial arts demonstrations, which included knocking live bulls unconscious with his bare hands (sometimes grabbing them by the horn, and snapping the horn off). Oyama believed in the practical application of karate and declared that ignoring 'breaking practice is no more useful than a fruit tree that bears no fruit. Numerous tournaments are arranged by several Kyokushin organizations. Sokugi literally means Kicking, while Taikyoku translates to Grand Ultimate View. In 1946, Oyama married a Japanese woman, Oyako Chiyako (1926-2006) and had three children with her. One group led by Shokei Matsui became known as IKO-1, and a second group led by Yukio Nishida and Sanpei became was known as IKO-2.  Due to this break up, many attempted to establish their own leadership. Kyokushin's style of fighting defers to that of traditional karate in that Kyokushin fighters normally stands on Sanchin, or Moto stances rather than Zenkutsu stances. Gekisai was created by Chojun Miyagi, founder of Goju-ryu karate. International Secretary and International Relations, Kancho’s Successor : The Definition of “Shihan”. Its full contact style had international appeal. According to a highly regarded Kyokushin text, "The Budo Karate of Mas Oyama" by Cameron Quinn, long time interpreter to Oyama, the kata of Kyokushin are classified into Northern and Southern Kata. Кубок Шихана 2018 Kyokushin was founded in the early 1960’s by the late Grandmaster Masutatsu Oyama. It was also brought to Okinawa by Kanryo Higashionna. Kata is a form of ritualized self-training in which patterned or memorized movements are done in order to practice a form of combat maneuverings. Tournament fighting under knockdown karate rules is significantly different as the objective is to down an opponent. , Kyokushin was featured on Fight Quest on Discovery Channel as the Japanese Martial Arts Style.