（Kai-Seitaijutsu research institute representation telephone combination）
〒181-0013 3-22-10, Shimo-renjaku, Mitaka-shi, Tokyo,Japan Bill Enomoto #302
For those of you browsing this homepage, I assume you have a serious interest in budo (martial arts) or karate, or that you may wish to walk this path as a career.
I still can still remember the decision to travel the path of karate as a career. My life has included many varied matters, yet I still feel glad for having made this choice. Through making relationships with so many people around the world by way of karate, and the joy of sharing the Japanese culture with them, as well as studying the depth of karate as a form of budo, I feel my life could have been no more fulfilling.
Now, having taken the awareness of the kassatsu-jizai (power to heal or harm) concept, and using it to form the basis for the Kassatsu-jizai Juku school, creating a system that combines my experiences is my great pleasure.
As members of society, those who enjoy budo/karate and wish to continue it seriously, will at some point grapple with the issue of employment and the securing of an income. For persons interested in studying my system, a martial arts background is no impediment. Rather, it should be considered a benefit as one’s martial training develops a physical awareness and understanding that provides insight into the application of seitai-jutsu (Japanese chiropractic massage).
The technical aspects of budo/karate have been well communicated overseas but the therapeutic aspects of the kassatsu-jizai concept have not. As such, the opportunity exists for trained individuals to take this skill into the wider community and make a future for themselves.
For anyone who refuses to give up on their dream, I urge you to knock on the door of “Kassatsu-jizai Juku”. We will commit ourselves to travelling the path of budo/karate and pursue this dream together.
Thank you for browsing our homepage.
As the apprentice of Shihan (master) Nakayama, I am busy with my continuing studies of karate and work as a Kaiseitai-shi (Japanese chiropractic masseur).
My introduction to kassatsu-jizai came by way of the book “Kassatsu-jizai ni naru” authored by Shihan Nakayama.
I decided this was the course I would follow. When I think of my passion at becoming an apprentice it seems to me that I virtually pushed my way into the role. With that enthusiasm, the practice of budo and healing can now be felt to be real and as a karateka (practitioner of karate) and budoka (martial artist), I feel a responsibility to spread that experience.
As the headmaster of the Kassatsu-jizai Juku, it is my responsibility to manage this program, and in so doing, hope to further widen the circle that practices kassatsu-jizai.
I came by chance to meet Shihan Nakayama when a friend that practiced karate introduced me to him. I began learning about seitai-jutsu (Japanese chiropractic method) and wanted to deepen my understanding of it, in doing so I came to realize that budo/karate and seitai-jutsu are very deeply related and so also became a student of karate at Shihan Nakayama’s Jiki-shin Juku karate dojo. Additionally, I now assist as an instructor of the Body Balance Karate (BBK) Course.
Having started learning budo/karate without prior experience has been extremely valuable I and believe that this perspective will assist in my role.
I feel that my experience as a legal administrator will be useful in both the dojo and chiropractic office and it would be my pleasure to assist you in learning about the Japanese culture.
3-22-10, Shimo-renjaku, Mitaka-shi, Tokyo,Japan Bill Enomoto #302
（Inside of a Kai-Seitaijutsu research institute）