Dr. Kano took it from Go. Read it here. Tang Soo Do World After reforming his Kodakan Judo, He was asked by Dai NipponButoku Kai to chair a commitee to explore reforms in other arts. The commitee drew up proposed documents of reforms. And a number of arts or systems modernized in accordance with Dai Nippon Butoku Kai's new Kyu/Dan rank system. Karate had to accept them as a requirement to join the Dai Nippon Butoku Kai... The Dai Nippon Butoku Kai operates subordinate to the Ministry of Education. In his professional life, Kano was an educator. Important postings included serving as director of primary education for the Ministry of Education (文部省 Monbushō) from 1898 to 1901, and as president of Tokyo Higher Normal School from 1901 until 1920. He played a key role in making judo and kendo part of the Japanese public school programs of the 1910s.