This article covers where the kata Anaku was developed and its meaning.
About the Author
Hanshi Ader began training in June 1970 under Alfred Gossett in Goshin Do Karate and Jiu Jitsu. After 20 years of study and training Sensei Ader was promoted to 5th Dan in June of 1990, shortly before converting to Kenshin Kan under Grand Master Kise. Hanshi Ader continues to train under Hanshi Sei Fusei Kise and Kaicho Isao Kise.
Hanshi Ader was promoted to 6th Dan Shihan on June 9th, 1996 and was also appointed one of the three US directors at that time along with Kyoshis Greg Lazarus and John Shipes. Sensei Ader was promoted to 7th Dan Kyoshi by Master Kise in June of 2001. Hanshi Ader was graded to 8th degree Black Belt on May 31, 2009 by Grand Masters Fusei Kise and Isao Kise. On Nov. 9, 2010 Hanshi Ader was awarded the title of “Grand Master” by Supreme Grand Master Fusei Kise and the board of directors of the OSMKKF.
He continues today in his role as a U. S. Director of the OSMKKF, while keeping a strenuous teaching, research, writing and seminar schedule.