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Internationally known, Japanese-based organizations that claim the name "International Karate Organization" include: Oyama's widow died in June 2006 after a long illness.
Mas Oyama's youngest daughter, Kikuko (also known as Kuristina) now oversees the management of the original IKO Kyokushin kaikan Honbu.
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. The Kata Sushiho is a greatly modified version of the old Okinawian kata that in Shotokan is known as Gojushiho, and in some other styles as Useishi.
The name means "54 steps", referring to a symbolic number in Buddhism.
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Oyama would choose an instructor to open a new dojo.
After Mas Oyama's death, the International Karate Organization (IKO) split into two groups, primarily due to personal conflicts over who should succeed Oyama as chairman.
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.
After that, word of mouth would spread through the local area until the dojo had a dedicated core of students.The 5 Pinan katas, known in some other styles as Heian, were originally created in 1904 by Ankō Itosu, a master of Shuri-te and Shorin ryu (a combination of the shuri-te and tomari-te traditions of karate). Pinan (pronounced /pin-ann/) literally translates as Peace and Harmony.Some organizations have removed the "Dai" from the name, calling it only "Kanku", as there is no "Sho" or other alternate Kanku variation practiced in kyokushin.A very old Okinawan kata of unknown origin, the name Bassai or Passai translates to "to storm a castle".It was originally removed from the kyokushin syllabus in the late 1950s, but was reintroduced into some kyokushin factions after Oyama's death and the resulting fractioning of the organization.
For example, IKO-2 was not organized by the family, although Chiyako Oyama was asked to succeed after her husband as Kaicho.