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Haruka Wushu Training Center(HWTC) Has No Any Branch or No Affiliation Unit, Has Not Published Any Instructors / Coaches Also.
At the present, Training Center Is Main Training Center By Direct Haruka Ito Instruction ONLY.

Haruka Wushu Training Center was founded in January 2014 with an intention to propagate the Chinese traditional culture and promote Chinese Martial Arts so as to uplift the youth and invigorate the elderly, making them more involved in various activities.

The institute offers training in Wushu and Taichi in various neighborhoods to students of all ages, whether they are elite competitive athletes, beginners, or elderly participants looking to enjoy a recreational activity and improve their overall health...

Contemporary Wushu is an exciting, fast paced martial art derived from traditional Chinese Kung Fu. Taichi is slower internal martial art tracing its origin back to Taoist Monks of the 12th century. Both practices offer many health benefits, such as increase strength and flexibility, better balance and agility, as well as improve the functions of the internal organs. Wushu and Taichi also contribute to a person's character development, improvement of confidence, self esteem and perseverance.

The training at Haruka Wushu Training Center is based on Taolu(Exhibition Performance Routine) only, for both the exhibition competition and healthy exercise.

Haruka Wushu Training Center compliant the Official International Rules and complimentary regulations, i.e. IWUF(International Wushu Federation), WFA(Wushu Federation of Asia) and CWA(Chinese Wushu Association) rules and regulations.

*Important Notice: Wushu(Kung Fu) and Taijiquan(Tai Chi) are NOT Karate, entirely different.


Haruka Ito was born in Hokkaido, Japan and began her Wushu training in 1989. She started to participate competition from 1990, in the beginning her result was never good. But she never gave up to continue training Wushu, she has got her improvement little by little, step by step. During her career as player 1990-2011, she participated more than 50 competitions, she has became the eldest Women Changquan All-Round player in All Japan Wushu Taijiquan Championships in 2008.
Haruka Ito has started to teach and promote Wushu and Tai Chi in Mangalore, India since 2013.

[Personal Status]
Wushu(Chinese Martial Arts) Performer and Wushu Taolu(Form exhibition sport)Coach
The Gold Medalist of Hong Kong International Wushu Festival in 2005/2007-2009.
The Gold, Silver and Bronze Medalist in All Japan Wushu Taijiquan Championships, All Japan Wushu Taijiquan Tournament, Osaka Wushu Taijiquan Championships etc.
Total Medal Count: 16 gold, 6 silver and 6 bronze.
Founder and Technical Director(Coach) at Haruka Wushu Training Center(HWTC)
Past Board of Directors at Lions Club Mangalore

[Participation Tournaments]
1990-2011: The 7th-28th All Japan Wushu Taijiquan Championships
1990-1992: The 1st-3rd Hokkaido Wushu Taijiquan Chanpionships
1997-2004: 1997-2004 All Japan Wushu Taijiquan Tournament
1995-2010: The 3rd-18th Osaka Wushu Taijiquan Championships
1997: The 52nd National Sports Tournament
2005 and 2007-2009: The 3rd and 5th-7th Hong Kong International Wushu Festival
2011: The 18th Kanagawa Wushu Taijiquan Championships

[Tournament which was in charge of Judge]
2010: The 8th Hong Kong International Wushu Festival -Taolu Judge
2013: The 12th Karnataka State Wushu Championship ( India ) -Head Judge of Taolu

[Masters, Teachers and Coaches that Haruka Ito has received the teaching of Wushu]
September 1989 - March 1992: Master Zhang Xiang Ming (Former Beijing Wushu Team Player, China)
May 1993 - December 1994: Master Han Qing Tai (Former Railway Wushu Team Member, China)
January 1994 - December 2002: Master Takeshi Takaura (Former Japan National Wushu Team Player)
January 2003 - December 2005: Coach Masahiro Izumi (All Japan Wushu Taijiquan Championship Medalist),
Coach Yoko Okubo(All Japan Wushu Taijiquan Championship Medalist)
October 1998 - December 2002: Master Chen Jing (1997 World Wushu Championships Gold Medalist, China)
April 2010 - July 2011: Master Luo Jing (Former Hubei Wushu Team Player, China)
*Temporary: Master Yang Shi Wen (Former All China Nanquan Champion, China),
Master Zhang Cheng Zhong (Asian Wushu Championships Gold Medalist, China)
Master Chen Xin Fu(Shanghai Sports University, China), etc.

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