Sakura Warrior Arts
Jim 'Ronin' Harrison
Jim Harrison with a few trophies and dan ranks,
each one earned with blood, sweat and tears. Circa 1973.
Mr. Harrison training one of his son's in knife defense at Sakura.
The "Harrison Cocktail"
One beer bottle half filled with gasoline, a lit wick and a damn hard shuto strike.
A Ronin Jutsu Seminar at Bob Boggs' Kenukan in Kansas City
Winning the light-heavyweight black belt title of the
Missouri Valley AAU Championships... as a brown belt, late 1960's.
Jim Harrison and the "Magnificent Seven" (7 members of the "Dirty Dozen") challenge
a cocky Steven Seagal to "Put up or shut up" on Black Belt Magazine.
Fighting David Moon in the 'Bloody Galveston', 1967
Entering the 1988 'Karate Hall of Fame' with Chuck Norris
Fighting Victor Moore for the 1971 U.S. Kickboxing Championships.
Harrison knocked out Moore to win the light-heavyweight division.
Bushidokan weapons training in the 1960's.
Looking into those eyes is like looking down the barrels of a shotgun.
2nd Place heavyweight division of the 1968 Internationals (Karate).
Refereeing Bill 'Superfoot' Wallace and Daniel Richer at the
full-contact World-Professional Karate Championships, 1974
Harrison slam-dunks former PKA World Full-Contact Champion Bobby Ryan
in a real altercation after the two exchanged heated words at a tournament, 1975
Harrison drops World Champion Loe Lewis in the 1968
Internationals in Long Beach, a feat few men can claim.
Harrison and long-time friend Chuck Norris
Jim Harrison - Sakura Warrior Arts
255 S.W. Higgins
Missoula, MT 59803
Phone: (406) 728-8187
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