Tetsuo Tabata - career

Career of Testuo Tabata

07.03.1948

born in Nakanoshima Wakayama-City

 

Mai 1955

he starts his karate career at the Kenbukan Hombu Dojo in Wakayama

 

05.05.1964

Prefecture Championship of the senior high school class (all styles)

3rd place Kumite single

05.05.1965

total Japanese JKF Goju-Kai Championship

1st place Kumite single

04.11.1966

test for the first Dan in the youth class

 

04.12.1966

Prefecture championship (all styles)

3rd place Kumite single

19.11.1967

west Japanese championship (all styles)

1st place Kumite single

26.03.1967

Prefecture championship (all styles)

1st place Kumite single

06.11.1968

test for the second Dan in the youth class

 

1968

all Japanese University Championship

2nd place Kumite single

01.12.1970

Test for the first Dan in the Wado-Ryu as a participant in the karate club of Nihon University.

 

1971

He was appointed head of the karate club at Nihon University.

 

14.03.1971

Koshinetsu/Kanto-Championship

2nd place Kumite sing

22.02.1972

He became an honorary member of the karate club of Nihon University

 

24.09.1972

west Japanese championship (all styles)

2nd place Kumite single

29.11.1972

Test for the second Dan in the Wado-Ryu as a participant in the karate club of Nihon University.

 

04.03.1973

Asian Championship in Singapore (all styles)

1st place Kumite single

22.02.1975

total Japanese JKF Goju-Kai Championship

3rd place Kumite single

09.03.1975

total Japanese Championship (all styles)

3rd place Kumite single

31.08.1975

Prefecture Championship (all styles)

1st place Kumite single

04.10.1975

World Championship in Long Beach/USA (all styles)

2nd place Kumite single

09.11.1975

west Japanese JKF Goju-Kai Championship

1st place Kumite single

01.03.1976

He is officially recognized as the fourth Dan by the Japanese Karate Association.

 

14.11.1976

west Japanese Championship (all styles)

2nd place Kumite single

11.12.1976

total Japanese Championship (all styles)

2nd place Kata single

24.09.1977

total Japanese Championship (all styles)

3rd place Kata single

09.11.1977

total Japanese JKF Goju-Kai Championship

2nd place Kumite single

06.05.1978

test for the third Dan in JKF Goju-Kai

 

08.10.1978

total Japanese JKF Goju-Kai championship

2nd place Kata single

1979 - 1981

He goes as a karate teacher to Algeria (meets there Stanko Kumer, his later student from Germany).

 

Aug. 1981

total Japanese championship (all styles)

3rd place Kata single

25.11.1981

test for the fourth Dan in JKF Goju-Kai

 

07.11.1981

Asia championship in Australia (all styles)

2nd place Kata single

08.08.1982

total Japanese JKF Goju-Kai Championship

2nd place Kata single

03.10.1982

National Sports Championship (all styles)

3rd place Kata single

26.11.1982

World Championship in Taipei/Formosa (all styles)

3rd place Kata single

17.11.1983

Asia championship (all styles)

2nd place Kata single

11.03.1986

test for the fifth Dan JKF Goju-Kai

 

06.08.1988

test for the sixt Dan JKF Goju-Kai

 

05.03.1990

joining the Nihon Kobu-Do

 

05.03.1990

test for the first Dan in Kobu-Do

 

31.07.1990

died at 08:38 am local time Wakayama