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The Shorin-ryu Question and Answer Book has a great deal to offer to all Shorin-ryu students, from beginner to black belt level. As well as being a unique and enjoyable way to learn about karate, the question and answer format offers the reader a chance to check whether or not he really knows the answer to the question asked.
Paperback, 90 pages
Published May 1st 1985 by Tuttle Publishing
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S.N. Arly
Apr 02, 2011 S.N. Arly rated it really liked it
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This is strictly a question/answer book. As such, it's a bit dry as reading material, more of a study guide. But the information is useful for students from white belt to fifth degree black belt (or farther, but I can only speak to this level). It's a nice resource for any student interested in expanding her/his knowledge beyond the physical skills of karate.

Some of the style-specific information (kata list and order) does not universally apply to all branches of Shorin-Ryu.
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