There are several logos Denshinkan uses as part of it's identity;
The Denshinkan Crest is the primary identity of our school. It signifies what we are and what we stand for. In the middle of the crest are two figures from the Bubishi. Their posture signifies closing the gap between striking and grappling. Next to them is the Japanese Proverb "On Ko Chi Shin", meaning "Study the old to understand the new". Surrounding them is the Zen circle, signifying all that a circle encompasses, in particular, a never ending journey. Finally, in red is the name of our school in English and Japanese.
The Koryu Uchinadi Kenpo Jutsu crest is the international symbol for this eclectic and holistic system. The Japanese Shodo (brush art) exemplifies the Japanese concept of “Bun Bu Ichi” (aka "Bun Bu Ryu Do") or the Pen and Sword in Accord meaning that one must balance physical training with scholarly pursuits to be well refined.
Koryu Uchinadi South Australia (aka KU-SA) is the name we have officially registered under Hanshi Patrick McCarthy. This name is used interchangable with Denshinkan, but also to help promote the use of KU in non-style specific seminars and study groups across the state. The slogan "Kicking it Old-School" is a fun representation of what we are all about, restoring the olden ways. Burried within the header also is the KU Crest.
This is the logo for the IRKRS, an organisation dedicated to restoring the olden ways of combat. The white background represents the foundation of virtue and purity. The Hidari Mitsu Domoe (3 Commets in the middle) dates back to the god of war in the 12th century, and is more commonly known as the family crest of Okinawa’s old royal family, the house of Sho. The symbols read "Ryukyu Karate-jutsu Kenkyukai" while the golden rope represents Okinawa (“Oki” and “nawa” literally meaning “rope in the offing,”)