Kanji Karate Symbol Bracelet


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Kanji Karate Bracelet: the origins of Karate date back to the 5th Century B.C. It first appeared on the Ryukyubishido Islands (now known as Okinawa). Karate is a martial art form consisting of punching, kicking, joint stress and open hand techniques such as the knife hand, spear hand and palm fist. Styles of Karate include: Goju-ryu, Shito-ryu, Shotokan, Wado-ryu and Kyokushin.

Wear the pride that is Karate with our Kanji Karate bracelet- individually hand painted – no two are alike – each is as different as the person who wears them.

Custom Kanji Bracelets– we love to make Custom Kanji Bracelets. If you have a Kanji symbol, a word, phrase or tattoo the you want made into a Kanji bracelet, we would be pleased to make it for you – contact us  and tell us what you want!

About Kanji Bracelets

Hand painted Kanji – white on black. Strong and durable magnetic clasp – nylon cord. Our bracelets are beautiful, unique and also durable. The pendants are specifically made for us, you will not find them anywhere else – size:  45 mm (approx. 1.75 inches long) and 15 mm (1/2 inch) wide.

The origins of Kanji and Kanji calligraphy date back to the 3rd century when fleeing Buddhist monks from China found sanctuary in Japan. Free from persecution, the monks developed a highly creative form of Kanji art which we see today.

Many eastern traditional spiritual leaders believe that through Kanji the inner Ki (Chi) is both re-affirmed and strengthened. As in yoga and the martial arts, connecting with the inner self brings focus – focus brings peace of mind, body and spirit.

Each Kanji symbol is representative of a persons inner Ki/Chi (spirit). Express and strengthen your own inner Ki/Chi with our unique handmade uisex Kanji bracelets.

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