Karate Club

Some articles on karate club, karate, clubs, club:

Pretty Face - Characters - Supporting Characters
... Tamura Shiyūji?) Takuya Endō (遠藤拓也, Endō Takuya?) Three members of the karate club that were subordinates of Masashi ... came back to school as Yuna and destroyed the members of the karate club, they ended up choosing 'her' as their unofficial leader - Masashi has no ... 夏緒, Kobayashi Natsuo?) She is the grandchild of the monk from the temple the karate club goes to train at once a year ...
Central Colleges Of The Philippines - Athletics
... includes badminton, basketball, cheerleading, chess, karate, table tennis, and volleyball ... CCP Karate Club works under the Shotokan Karate International Federation (SKIF) ... The Karate team has been associated with SKIF since 1994 ...
Sasameki Koto - Characters
... Her family runs a karate dojo, so she practiced martial arts since she was little, quickly becoming very strong, even being considered a karate "genius" ... She claims that "high school is all about being in clubs", so she tries to set up a "Girls' Club" for all the "girl-loving girls who had no choice but to enter a ... It is rejected, but they later reform it into a karate club ...
List Of Kodocha Characters - Characters - School - Classmates
... He joins Akito's karate club at school because he wants to become strong and cool like Akito ... believes that Shota wants to quit the karate club, but is afraid to say so ... Shota to quit, which makes Shota feels like he's been kicked out of the club, and it depresses him ...

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