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Condolences to the Family, Friends and Students of Ted Tabura
The Kempo Jutsu Kai family wishes to extend its condolences the family, friends and students of Ted Tabura who has passed away. He was active in tournaments, demonstrations and even Hollywood, bringing his rich experience to a wide audience.
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Professor Feliciano (Kimo) Ferreira
Kempo Jutsu-Kai International
P.0. Box 15132
Honolulu, Hawaii 96830
Tel: (808) 488-7974
Fax: (808) 487-2684

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Professor Kimo Ferreira

Profile:
Professor Feliciano (Kimo) Ferreira started his studies in the early 1970s in the art of Kempo-Jutsu , Aikijutsu (lst Dan), Escrima, Espada-y-Daga, Doce Manos, and Karazempo. He is one of the most respected martial artists in Hawaii today. The classes he teaches are innovative and stimulating. He is available for seminars worldwide. Private lessons or seminars can be arranged upon consultation.

Brief History:

Name:
Feliciano B. Ferreira (Nickname: Kimo)
Born:
November 20,1949, in Oakland, California
1950's:
Started Kempo-Karate (at 6 years of age)
1968:
Received 1st Dan (at 19 years of age)
Rank:
5th Dan Kempo (Walter Godin) 1st Dan Aikijutsu, Studied Escrima, Created system and founded Kempo Jutsu Kai