The Living Life Source Foundation was inspired and conceived by Professor Bruce Keaulani, the spiritual and knowledge descendant of Kaito Gakko, Professor David K. Nuuhiwa, Sr. Uncle David achieved world hero recognition throughout the martial arts community, legendary status in surfing, and mentoring youth in Native Hawaiian martial arts.
Kaito Gakko was founded by Professor David Nuuhiwa many years ago. His training in the martial arts at a very young age developed into precise flowing techniques in the arts of Karate, Judo, and Jujtsu. In the years after World War II, Hawaii came alive with martial arts from Asia and the Pacific. Professor Nuuhiwa matured during this time in his training, and in the tradition of the old days traveled the world to master his developing art of what is known today as Nuuhiwa Ryu.
He studied under many masters in Asia and throughout the world, and fought in many competitions and matches. He retired with an undefeated record and earned the name Kaito Gakko.
Today there are only a small circle of students and schools that can lay claim to the teachings and techniques of Kaito Gakko – Nuuhiwa Ryu. This site is dedicated to promoting the very best of development of what Professor David Nuuhiwa left behind in the hearts of his faithful students. A unique archive by Kingsley Nuuhiwa on the history and life of Professor Nuuhiwa will be developed here at this site along, with a collection of Nuuhiwa Ryu techniques and teachings for new members and all those interested in learning.
Today the organization of Kaito Gakko is under the leadership of Professor Bruce Keaulani of Honolulu, Hawaii.
The mission of Mohala Farms is to foster healthy local communities in Hawaii through sustainable agriculture, lifelong education and cultural & creative arts.
Our work is grounded on the life-giving qualities of the land and a village-model of mutual cooperation and local self-sufficiency.
The Hawaiian Islands are at the end of a very long global supply chain. The Albizia Project is exploring how we can shorten that chain to our own backyard. It is an exploration of invasive tree species and abundant resources for promoting a more sustainable built environment for the Hawaiian Islands.
Our Mission is to preserve the islands through responsible land and wildlife management using modern and traditional cultural practices.
To preserve, publish and share native stories of values, spirit, medicine and ecology.
Makana Ranch House and Catering strives to make a difference in Hawaii beyond our plates and to walk the talk in sustainability and caring for our beautiful island home.
Remind us of our connection to the universe, the circle of life; of this earth we remain rooted and someday will return to its soil. Allow us to contemplate the labor and those whom we do not see who gave of their sweat, knowledge and time, planted, sowed, and those who hunted, speared and brought us all together to share at the table with our friends and neighbors. Fill us with blessings and to be of right thought to invite now and again the strangers in need so that we may bless them and forward them to bless themselves and others in living pono. Mahalo.