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Shorinji Kempo (shōrinji-kempō?, meaning \\\"Shaolin Temple Fist Law\\\") is a Japanese martial art which considered as the modified version of Shaolin Kungfu.[1] It was established in 1947 by Doshin So (宗 道臣 Sō Dōshin?), a Japanese martial artist and former military intelligence agent.[2]

Shorinji Kempo is a system of \\\"self-defense training\\\" (護身錬鍛: goshin-rentan), \\\"mental training\\\" (精神修養: seishin-shūyō) and \\\"promoting health\\\" (健康増進: kenkō-zōshin), whose training methods are based on the concept that \\\"spirit and body are not separable\\\" (心身一如: shinshin-ichinyo) and that it is integral to \\\"train both body and spirit\\\" (拳禅一如: kenzen ichinyo).

Through employing a well-organized technical training schedule (科目表: kamoku-hyō), Shorinji Kempo claims to help the practitioner \\\"establish oneself\\\" (自己確立: jiko-kakuritsu) and to promote \\\"mutual comfort\\\" (自他共楽: jita-kyōraku). The philosophy and techniques of Shorinji Kempo are outlined in their handbook, (少林寺拳法教範) Shōrinji-kempō-kyōhan.

The name \\\"Shōrinji\\\" is a literal reading of the Chinese \\\"Shaolin Temple\\\" from the Shaolin Monastery in Henan Province, China. Dōshin Sō claimed to have inherited the title of the 21st master of the Giwamon-ken (義和拳) system (in Mandarin: Yihe Mén Quán) which is believed to have been used during the Boxer rebellion of 1899 to 1901

Dōshin Sō was very much impressed to see paintings on the wall of Byakue-den (白衣殿) chapel at Shaolin Temple. The style of the monks practicing the martial arts was very fresh and vital to him. He believed it was the origin of the existing quanfa in China. (source: a book \\\"Hiden Shorinji Kempo \\\" 秘伝少林寺拳法「光文社」written by Doshin So, published by Kobun-sha Kappa Books)

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