Top 10 similar words or synonyms for kanmei

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for kanmei

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Kanei Uechi Kanei Uechi is the son of Kanbun Uechi. He was the oldest son of four children. He had a brother, Kansei, and two sisters, Tsuru and Kamai. Kanei had a son, Kanmei Uechi, who was the head of the Uechi-Ryu Karate-Do Association, until he died in 2015.
Itabashi-shuku During the Edo period, Itabashi-shuku flourished as one of the four post stations in Edo and spread out over two kilometers from north to south. From the north of Tokyo, it was divided into three sections: Kami-shuku (上宿), Naka-shuku (中宿) and Hirao-shuku (平尾宿). Kami-shuku and Naka-shuku were bounded by Itabashi, a bridge spanning the Shakujii River. The "honjin" and the "toiya" were located in Naka-shuku. The borders of Hirao-shuku spread until the vicinity of Kanmei-ji.
Uechi-ryū After the death of the founder's son, Kanei Uechi, most of the senior practitioners of the original art split for political and personal reasons from his son Kanmei Uechi to form the Okinawa Uechi-Ryū Karate-Dō Association (沖縄上地流唐手道協会). Barred by Kanmei Uechi from using his family name, the Okinawan Karate Dō Association eventually decided to rename its system which combined the Late Emperor Hirohito's reign name "Shōwa" and his son Emperor Akihito's "Heisei" to mean "to shine brightly with fairness, equality, and peace." The Okinawan Karate Dō Association added a new two-man prearranged exercise and an application or form for the third original "kata": "Sanseirui bunkai." One teacher developed an additional "kata" which was deemed by the Okinawan Karate Dō Association to be a "kata" for his school. With the name "Uechi-ryū" passing out of copyright in Okinawa, an easing of political and personal disagreements, and a desire to promote the style in anticipation of the 2020 Summer Olympics, on September 18, 2016, the Okinawa Karate-Dō Association officially dropped "Shōhei-ryū" and returned to the name "Uechi-ryū."