Together formed Official Club of Self-defense. Mitose was chosen by Chow and the other people involved in the training to direct the Club. The system of the family of Mitose was called kosho ryu kempo jiujitsu. Also, like the system of Chow, it was based on the Shaolin Chuan Fa. Mitose (that was born the 30 from December of 1915 in Hawaii) affirms that it was taken to Japan by its maternal grandfathers at the age of four years because he was destined to be successful on its ancestors and to become the leader 21 number of kosho kempo, a religious group that trained Buddhist ministers. This temple was located in Monte Kinkai, Kumamoto, Kyushu, Japan.
The temple was call Koshoki and taught to the Buddhist philosophies Rinzai Zen. According to legend of Mitose, the Shaolin Chuan Fa (Shoriniji kempo in Japanese) was brought by monks to the Koshoki temple prior to the Tokugawa period (1600 d.C.). By a period of time chuan-fa was fused with ju-jitsu and altered to satisfy the needs with Japanese people. This system was divided in the physical arts and the spirituals. The spiritual arts followed philosophies Buddhist. The physical arts were divided in three different systems of fight. One of systems consisted of the arts of kicks and fists, kata of the system, and the golpeamiento of vital areas. The second system of fight, the arts of push-to throw, taught as to defend one same one by means of the use of the forms push-to throw and blows to the extremities. Original author and source of the article