Hindiandi

 

 

October 19, 1908 - December 18, 1982

Kaneshiro studied his family's di from his grandfather Tomikanine in Tomari. When he was sixteen, Kaneshiro went to China (Hong Kong) and studied Hindiandi, a form of Kung Fu, for twelve years. He was later drafted into the Japanese Army and served in the Mariana Islands during World War II. After the war, he returned to his home on Okinawa and taught Hindiandi to a small group of select students. Arcenio J. Advincula and Gayle Beams were two of his American students.

Kaneshiro (Kinjo) Kang
Bogushin is Kaneshiro's nickname. Kaneshiro can also be pronounced Kinjo.
 
Advincula with his Hindiandi sensei, Kang Kaneshiro at Hamada, Okinawa in 1981.

 

Drills, Drills and More Drills - Hindiandi Training at Sensei Advincula's Oceanside Dojo

by Zane Legg

 

Hindiandi Chart I, Chart II and Drills

by Keith Craig

 

Hindiandi Photos

by Arcenio Advincula

 

Bogushin Kata Photos

by Arcenio Advincula