A new Japanese karate school claims to be the first to incorporate the ancient martial art of karate into its curriculum.
The karate-focused school, called Kanakasudo, was founded in 2013 and is based in Kumamoto Prefecture.
It has a large teaching staff and its curriculum includes traditional karate and tai-chi classes.
The school claims it has produced over 1,000 students in six years and is one of the few Japanese schools to do so.
The school was founded by Japanese martial arts master Keigo Kasamatsu.
It is run by Masayuki Matsumoto, who was a former teacher at the school, according to The Guardian.
The academy is also a centre for Japanese kung fu culture, and its karate lessons are often broadcast around the world.
It has also made headlines with the launch of a TV program called Karate Japan, which is aimed at showcasing the martial arts in Japan.
Its curriculum includes tai chi, karate, kamikaze, kendo, judo and kung-fu.
It says it has taught more than 1,600 students and is currently training some new ones.
The idea behind the program was to promote karate as an art that is still practiced today, even though it has been around for more than 500 years.
The first class taught by the school will be taught on Friday, April 17.
It is a rare opportunity for a Japanese school to show the benefits of the art.
The country has a long history of kungfu, and the karate is thought to be very popular.
It’s not the first time that karate has been introduced to the curriculum in Japan, though.
In 2016, the country introduced a course in karate called Karakuri, or “The Art of Karate”.