World All Kyokushin Karate Union - Short Story
After decades of continuous training, many received awards and achievements, loyalty to the International Karate Organization Kyokushin Kai Kan, and Sosai Masutatsu Oyama, Kancho Kanamura 9th Dan (Japan) and Hanshi Suleiman, 8th Dan (Japan) continued promoting Kyokushin Karate and Full Contact Budo Karate at the international level worldwide. After the death of Sosai Oyama in 1994, Kancho Kanamura and Hanshi Suleiman continued holding their International Leadership roles and being loyal to The International Karate Organizationa KyokushinKaiKan IKO 1 Matsui Group, training, teaching, and working with Kyokushin world leaders.
In 2007, Kaicho Kanamura and Hanshi Suleiman felt it is best to join their Japanese Kyokushin Karate friends that they grew up and trained with for decades in the All Japan Kyokushin Union. When the All Japan Kyokushin Union most senior officers Kaicho Kanamura 9th Dan, Saiko Shihan Hasegawa 9th Dan and Saiko Shihan Ohishi 9th Dan were pushed out of the All Japan Kyokushin Unoin, Saiko Shihan Hasegawa and Saiko Shihan Oishi started a new Kyokushin Organization - World Sokyokushin In 2012. Kaicho Kanamura first started the International Kyokushin Budoken Organization in Japan. In January 2014, Hanshi Suleiman with his friends and students worldwide decided to resign from the All Japan Kyokushin Union, join with Kaicho Kanamura and activate The World All Kyokushin Karate Union under the leadership, guidance, direction and supervision of Kaicho Seiji Kanamura 9th Dan (Japan), and work on Karate activities with the highest ranking Kyokushin Grandmasters in the world inside Japan and internationally. Today, The World All Kyokushin Karate Union WAKKU stands strong, working with authentic, well known, well reputed Kyokushin leaders who were direct students of Sosai Oyama. We respect all Kyokushin Karate Organizations, karate practitioners, and we are happy to work with everyone teaching and promoting Kyokushin Karate without any discrimination, one world, one Kyokushin, OSU!