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Member : Sanshinkan International, Sweden.

Recognized by : Karate Association of India

Recognized by : Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs

(Government of India)

Member : World Karate Federation

  • Training Camp at Rishikesh team departing on 21 March 2014

  • International training camp at Stockholm Sweden in May 2014

Sanshinkan Karate


SANSHIN-KAN is a dynamic, efficient and practical style that combines practical self-defense & Close Combat techniques, traditional Okinawa Karate and Modern scientific knowledge. The teaching method enables individual progress and imparts high mental and physical abilities, e.g. coordination, flexibility, self-control, concentration and breathing techniques.



The term "SAN" (three in Japanese) stands for: Tradition, Spirit and Justice.

SANSHIN-KAN founder, Tamas Weber has established the style tracking the deep knowledge and vast experience he accumulated in close combat fighting during war as a commander in the Foreign Legion. Kancho is well recognized as one of the Europe's premier close combat experts and he has trained Police and Armed Forces in close combat and self-defense in various countries e.g. USA, Canada, France, Turkey and Israel.

SANSHIN-KAN organization was established in the year of 1969.

The roots in Israel are laid in 1975 when there was a first visit of well known high ranking Karate teachers from Europe and Japan in Israel. It was the first time that SANSHIN-KAN founder, who is titled today officially as "Kancho", visited Israel with another two Japanese teachers. There was a show which was recorded on the Israeli television. In 1978 Arye Berko Sensei established the main branch ("Honbu Dojo",
本部 道場 ) in Israel while another Dojo was established by Isaac Florentine Sensei in Tel Aviv. In the years 1984 - 1988 the Dojo in Tel Aviv has been functioned has the Honbu Dojo in Israel and since 1988 up to present days SANSHIN-Kan is orderliness active while the Israeli Honbu Dojo is in Haifa.

Now Yashpal Singh Kalsi Holds the Sanshinkan Affiliation in India and teaching his students from New Delhi. Inviting Karateas to join in and build up the strong Karate team from India.


The founder of Shito-Ryu is Mabuni Kenwa Sensei (1889 - 1952), 17th generation to Keimochi dynasty (Aristocratic title of ranked families in Okinawa). At the age of 13 Mabuni Sensei learned Shuri-Te from Itosu Anku, which was already 70 years old. Later on Mabuni was taught Kempo by the Chinese teacher Gokenki and then he practiced Naha-Te Karate as well from Higashiona Kanryu. Mabuni was taught and practiced with well known teachers as Aragaki Kamadeuncu (1840 - 1920), Sueyoshi Jino (1846 - 1920) and Tawada Shimbuku (1851 - 1920). Mabuni Sensei wanted to create a single style that characterizes Okinawan Karate and this is the reason why Shito-Ryu syllabus includes a vast collection (60 - 70) of katas. Mabuni combined Shuri-Te and Naha-Te into a single style and called it "Han-Ko Ryu" (half hard style) but later on he diverted the name to "Shi-To Rru" in owner of his two teachers ("Shi" - first kanji of Itosu, "To" - first kanji of Higashiona). Later on Shito Ryu was divided to five streams: Kempo-Kai, Itosu-Kai, Shito-Kai, Sei-Shin-Kai and Shuko-Kai.

We practice a flexible style of Shito-ryu karate that mixes traditional karate with modern practice and competing techniques.
Our daily classes include people of all ages and nationalities.
We offer separate, tailored classes for children.
New students are welcome to join at any time.

What is Karate?
Karate is one of the most dynamic of all the martial arts.
A trained karateka is able to coordinate mind and body perfectly, allowing the unleashing of tremendous physical power at will. Therefore, it is not the possession of great physical strength that makes a strong martial artist; rather it is the ability to coordinate mind and body. Upon developing this ability, even the smallest person finds that he or she has within himself/herself the power to deliver a devastating blow to an attacker of much greater size.

Specialized trainers
Sanshin Karate Club is one of the oldest Karate clubs in Stockholm (Sweden), established forty years ago.
The founder and active Chief Instructor of the club is Soke (Grand Master) Tamas Weber, who has been training karate for over five decades. He holds the rank of Judan (10th degree black belt), and is also the Brigadier General of the Swedish army.

Yashpal Singh Kalsi is one of Soke’s students, a black belt 6th Dan, and the director of the Indian branch of the organization, currently training martial arts in Delhi and Gurgaon.

Anamika Singh Kalsi holds the rank of black belt 3rd Dan, and is also a head trainer in the Gurgaon training center.

Other trainers include Sanjay Mehrol (Black Belt 4th Dan), Manish Prasad (Black Belt 4th Dan), S. Prabhu (Black Belt 4th Dan), Ram Singh (Black Belt 5th Dan), Ashok Kumar Gharwaliya (Black belt 4th Dan), Abhishek Bisht (Black Belt 4th Dan), Ashok Ahirwar (Black Belt 4th Dan), Gayab Singh (Black Belt 4th Dan).







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