Instruction in: Karate, Kobudo, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Self Defense! 

World  Karate  Kobudo  Jiu-Jitsu  Organization : WKKJO


                      Lineage of the World Karate Kobudo Jiujitsu Organization!

Starting with Kobudo, proceeding to Karate, and finishing with Jiujitsu

Pics regarding our Kobudo Lineage...

Hanshi Odo, Simon Sherbourne and Yoshiko Odo:  

March 2002, RHKKF Honbu Dojo, Okinawa, Japan

Hanshi Odo and Renshi Sherbourne 1998

Seiki Toma was one Odo Sensei's teachers.  He was also a senior student of Chotoku Kyan. This photo was taken in the dojo portion of Dai-Sensei Toma's residence.  I will say this about the man, "he was as rich in resolve, temperament, and dignity as he was in martial arts".  Toma's teachings and those of Odo Sensei will live on in our continued commitment and adherance to their knowledge and practices. 

Seiki Toma and Simon Sherobourne - March 2002  

Toma Sensei at approximately 50 years of age

Master Odo wrote the name of one of his teachers on this photo: Shinko Matayoshi....

To the right is the son: Shimpo Matayoshi

Karate Pics...
in the beginning!

Direct Lineage of Okinawan Karate from teacher to senior student...

The origins of the Karate practiced in the WKKJO go back to the time of the Bodhidarma.  However, our karate is said to have originated with Takahara Peichin (1683-1760) who taught Kusanku (1720 - 1790?), who in turn taught Karate Sakugawa - 1733 - 1815 (to the right) 

Sokon Matsumura was the senior student of Sakugawa Sensei.

See Bushi Matsumura's (1800 - 1892?) story at:

Anko Itosu (1831- 1915)

Notable students of Itosu included Choyu Motobu (1857–1927), Choki Motobu (1870–1944), Kentsu Yabu (1866–1937), Chomo Hanashiro (1869–1945), Moden Yabiku (1880–1941), Kanken Toyama (1888–1966), Chotoku Kyan (1870–1945), Shinpan Shiroma (Gusukuma) (1890–1954), Anbun Tokuda (1886–1945), Kenwa Mabuni (1887–1952), and Chōshin Chibana (1885–1969). 

It is with Itosu Sensei that we see a great proliferation of Okinawa's Karate...

Hanashiro Chomo 1869 - 1945 Shuri-Te

Senior student was Nakamura Shigeru

Shigeru Nakamura 1894 - 1969 - Okinawa Kenpo

Teacher of Seikichi Odo

Photo taken in 1998 of:

Seikichi Odo 1926 - 2002

& Simon Sherbourne 1967 -  

Sensei Chotoku Kyan - Toma Sensei's Teacher


  Karate Pics Begin with Sakugawa

"Tode" Sakugawa (1733-1815)

Sokon Matsumura (1800 - 1892?)

Anko Itosu (1831- 1915)

Hanashiro Chomo 1869 - 1945

Shigeru Nakamura 1894 - 1969

WKKJO - Jiu Jitsu and MMA

Sherbourne began training in Jiu Jitsu with his Grandfather in Scotland at the age of 8 and continued with this sporadically until his granfather's passing in the late 1980's.  He wrestled in high school for three years and then moved on to kickboxing and boxing.  He practiced TKD and sharpened his kicking skills from the age of 17 - 19.  He had a tendency to use his hands too often during sparring sessions in TKD and was accused several times of using Karate which he had never practiced.  At the age of 19 he decided to investigate Karate, and after some training, again he was accused of using wrestling and Jiu Jitsu during sparring sessions.  In 1992 when he moved to London from North Carolina, he started teaching MMA, inviting people from all different types of martial arts to convene every Sunday in a school gym to have MMA matches with some basic rules to prevent injury.  Sherbourne understood that wrestling and Jiu Jitsu were clearly imperative to surviving a physical confrontation.  He trained under Royce Gracie from 2004 -2018 and now trains with Roy Harris (since October 2018).  SMAA is a Harris International Jiu Jitsu affilaite.  Sherbourne has spent more than 25 years rigorously analyzing, applying and teaching the principles and techniques of Jiu Jitsu for real world self defense.  

Sherbourne trains all of pracitioners at SMAA to become well versed in striking, grappling and ground work... so that students are able to defend themselves when addressing any type of unarmed attack.  Many students have competed in Karate, Jiu Jitsu and MMA matches through Pankration and Cage Fighting.