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Shorin-ryu Shorinkan (小林流小林館 Shōrin-ryū Shōrinkan) is a branch of the Kobayashi Shorin-ryū style of Okinawan Karate, developed by Shūgorō Nakazato, Hanshi 10th Dan. Nakazato was a student of Choshin Chibana. After Chibana's death in 1969, Nakazato assumed the title of Vice President of the Okinawa Shorin-Ryū Karate-do Association. In November 1975, Nakazato resigned from this association and formed the Okinawa Karate-do Shorin-Ryū Shorinkan Association.
|Country of origin||Okinawa, Japan|
|Ancestor schools||Kobayashi Shorin-ryū|
|Descendant schools||Shorin-ryu Reihokan, Shorin-ryu Shobukan|
|Practitioners||Hanshi Naonobu Ahagon,Hanshi Giyu Gibo, Renshi Suresh Kenichira, Kyoshi Nabil Noujaim, Kyoshi Gamini Soysa|
In the United States the senior teachers are Noel Smith (8th dan) and Eddie Bethea  who have been training under Shugoro Nakazato since the early 60's. In the early years 7 of Shugoro Nakazato black belts returned to the USA to spread Okinawan Shorin-ryu to the states, they are referred to as the Original 7.