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Charles Goodin, president of the Hikari Institute, holds up a "tobikuchi," or fireman's pick, which became a weapon in the hands of a karate practitioner. Goodin's Hawaii Karate Museum and the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii are putting on an exhibit to honor the pioneers of karate's 105-year history in Hawaii.
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