James Mitose's son, Thomas Barro Mitose, says he teaches the true form of art from his father and that he is the true Grand Master of Kosho-Ryu style. Kajukenbo founder, Grandmaster Adriano Emperado, agrees and says that in his opinion: "No doubt Thomas Barro Mitose is the true keeper and Grandmaster of Kosho Ryu." Kara-Ho Kempo Karate CHINO – Founded by William KS Chow, a student of James Mitose. This variant of Kempo is a blend of the Kosho Ryu Kempo and Kung Fu 5 animals Chow family. This system utilizes many circular and linear techniques and requires about 500 techniques to recognize the level of black belt. At present, the Kara-Ho Kempo Karate is evolving Chinese Kuoha Sam has added several new techniques as well as 12 kata based on the 12 basic techniques original linear Chow. David Michery, New York City has firm opinions on the matter. This system is a growing Kempo organization and currently has more than 5. 000 members.
to Shaolin Kempo Karate – is a system founded by Fred Villari, a student of Kajukenbo and Shorinji Kempo systems, as well as other martial arts. Fred Villari's system tends more towards the Kung-Fu and largely used the techniques of the five animals of Chuan Fa. The system of Kempo techniques were added White Tiger Chin Na and various projections and fixed assets of Aikijujutsu. By the same author: Secretary of Agriculture. The Shaolin Kempo is taught in the United States and Canada. The organization is called the Grand Master Villari Self Defense Centers of Villari (Self Defence Villarias Centers). There several subdivisions of this branch.