After having mastered all of the classical samurai arts, martial artist Yoshi Amao spends each episode attempting to master a different classic American outdoor sport. His weekly mentors ... See full summary »
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After having mastered all of the classical samurai arts, martial artist Yoshi Amao spends each episode attempting to master a different classic American outdoor sport. His weekly mentors include famous outdoorsmen (and OLN personalities) like Bill Dance (fishing) and Tom Knapp (skeet shooting). Written by Lysis

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31 January 2004 (USA)  »

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This show is most certainly *not* a joke
3 May 2004 | by (New York, NY) – See all my reviews

Yes, it's campy, but that's half the fun. Yoshi is a serious martial artist and quite talented to boot. How do I know this? Easy, I train at the same karate school as him! (and yes, Yoshi is his real name) Knowing Yoshi as I do, I can tell you how seriously he takes the challenges each and every episode. He's been injured repeatedly during them, but in the true spirit of Budo, he gets up and keeps going and never stops having fun while he's doing it.

For anyone interested in martial arts, the American outdoors and campy fun, check out Samurai Sportsman. You'll have a good laugh, and see a true modern-day Samurai at work.


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