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He was forced to leave his mountain retreat after his sponsor had stopped supporting him. He also developed a reputation for being 'rough' with his students, as the training sessions were grueling and students injuring themselves in practice fighting (kumite) was quite common.

Months later, after he had won the Karate Section of Japanese National Martial Arts Championships, he was distraught that he had not reached his original goal to train in the mountains for three years, so he went into solitude again, this time on Mt. Along with practice fighting that distinguished Oyama's teaching style from other karate schools, emphasis on breaking objects such as boards, tiles, or bricks to measure one's offensive ability became Kyokushin's trademark.

This is where he met his future wife whose mother ran a dormitory for university students.

In 1946, Oyama enrolled in Waseda University School of Education to study sports science.

Korea had been officially annexed by Japan since 1910.

During World War II (1939–1945) there was much unrest throughout Korea.

World championships have been held at four-yearly intervals since.

After formally establishing Kyokushin-kai, Oyama directed the organization through a period of expansion.

He trained with Funakoshi for two years, then studied Gōjū-ryū karate for several years with So Nei Chu ( a senior student of the system's founder, Chojun Miyagi.

So was a fellow Korean from Oyama's native province.

Oyama gave great credit to reading The Book of Five Rings by Miyamoto Musashi, a famous Japanese swordsman, to change his life completely.