Anan Ananko Aoyagi Bassai Dai Bassai Dai (Shotokan) Bassai Sho Bassai Sho (Shotokan) Chinte Chinte (Shotokan) Chinto Chi no Kata (Gekisai Dai Ichi) Empi (Tomari Wanshu) Gankaku (Chinto) Gekisai Dai Ichi Gekisai Dai Ni Gojushiho Gojushiho Dai (Gojushiho) Gojushiho Sho Hakkaku Hakucho Hakufa Hakutsuru Hangetsu (Seishan) Happoren Happo Sho Haufa Heian Shodan Heian Nidan Heian Sandan Heian Yondan Heian Godan Heian Shodan (Shotokan) Heian Nidan (Shotokan) Heian Sandan (Shotokan) Heian Yondan (Shotokan) Heian Godan (Shotokan) Heiku Ji’in Jion Jitte Ji’in (Shotokan) Jion (Shotokan) Jitte (Shotokan) Juroku Kihon Kata Ichi Kihon Kata Ni Kihon Kata San Kihon Kata Yon Kensho Kenshu Kanku Dai (Kosokun Dai) Kanku Sho (Kosokun Sho) Kosokun Dai   Kosokun Sho Kushanku Kururunfa Matsukaze Matsumura Bassai Matsumura Rohai Matsumora Rohai Meikyo Myojo Naifanchin Shodan Naifanchin Nidan Naifanchin Sandan Nipaipo Niseishi Nijushiho (Niseishi) Pachu Paiho Paiku Rohai Shodan Rohai Nidan Rohai Sandan Saifa Sanchin Sanseiru Seishan Shiho Kosokun Shinpa Shinsei Seienchin Seipai Seisan Shisochin Sochin Sochin (Shotokan) Suparimpei Taikyoku Shodan Taikyoku Nidan Taikyoku Sandan Taikyoku Chudan Taikyoku Gedan Taikyoku Jodan Taikyoku Kake Uke Taikyoku Mawashi Uke Tekki Shodan (Naifanchin 1) Tekki Nidan (Naifanchin 2) Tekki Sandan (Naifanchin 3) Tensho Ten no Kata Tomari Wanshu Unshu Unsu (Unshu) Wankan Wanshu
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Shito Ryu / Ryuei Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shotokan Shito Ryu Shotokan Shito Ryu Shotokan Shito Ryu Shito Ryu / Goju Ryu Shotokan Shotokan Goju Ryu Goju Ryu Shito Ryu / Aragaki Shotokan Shotokan Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shotokan Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shotokan Shotokan Shotokan Shotokan Shotokan Shito Ryu / Ryuei Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shotokan Shotokan Shotokan Shito Ryu / Mabuni Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shotokan Shito Ryu / Mabuni Shito Ryu / Mabuni Shotokan Shotokan Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu / Goju Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shotokan Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shotokan Shito Ryu / Ryuei Ryu Shito Ryu / Ryuei Ryu Shito Ryu / Ryuei Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu / Goju Ryu Shito Ryu / Goju Ryu Shito Ryu / Goju Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu / Mabuni Shito Ryu / Mabuni Shito Ryu / Mabuni Shito Ryu / Goju Ryu Shito Ryu / Goju Ryu Shito Ryu / Goju Ryu Shito Ryu / Goju Ryu Shito Ryu / Aragaki Shotokan Shito Ryu / Goju Ryu Shotokan Shotokan Shotokan Goju Ryu Goju Ryu Goju Ryu Goju Ryu Goju Ryu Shotokan Shotokan Shotokan Shito Ryu / Goju Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shotokan Shotokan Shito Ryu
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Anan Ni  (93 Moves)   Kata of Ryuei Ryu. Probably a new one. Anan   Ni   is   similiar   to   Anan   includes   more   techniques   and   has   more speedfull   rythm.   Nice   to   see   is   a   combination   with   Mae   Geri   in   four directions. Aragaki Niseishi   (56 Moves) Definitely the root of Shito Ryu Niseishi, but much longer. Aragaki Seisan   (57 Moves) Is   far   away   to   be   similar   to   the   Seisan   of   Goju   Ryu   (Naha-te).   But   it’s comparable   to   Seishan.   Interesting   it   is   that   the   beginnig   show   a   main element of Kata Anan. Aragaki Sochin   (56 Moves) Includes    much    more    combinations    as    the    Shito    Ryu    version.    The Shotokan   Sochin   is   a   complete   different   Kata,   made   by   Yoshitaka Funakoshi. Aragaki Unsu   (49 Moves) The   Kata   is   as   much   different   to   Unshu/Unsu   as   it   could   be.   In   Shito- Ryu/Shoton   we   can   see   not   more   than   little   hinds   to   Aragaki   Unsu. Interesting   is   that   the   Kata   shows   elements   of   Aragaki   Sochin   and Aragaki Seisan. Aragaki Useishi (Gojushiho)   (85 Moves) Is   comparable   with   the   Shito-Ryu   version.   But   in   Shito   Ryu   the   typical elements of “Drunken Master” has been deleteted. Genkaku  (89 Moves) Blake Crane Kata   from   Gogen   Yamaguchi.   The   presentation   of   the   Kata   done   by Goshi Yamaguchi is a highlight of mastership. Hakutsuru Dai  (112 Moves) The    Kata    includes    al    lot    of    Haito    techniques    and    some    elements reminds to Kushanku. Hakutsuru Sho  (59 Moves) The   Kata   uses   Hiraken   again   and   again   and   this   is   unusual   for   crane style. Chikaku  (99 Moves) Crane on Earth Kata   from   Gogen   Yamaguchi.   The   Kata   brings   elements   of   Tai   Chi   into the Goju Ryu of the Yamaguchi family. Meikyo Nidan  (47 Moves) The Kata reminds to an older version of Matsumura Rohai which can be found in a book from Patrick McCarthy. Tetsuhiko Asai was the first who did teach the Kata. Meikyo Sandan  (40 Moves) Kata   with   unknown   roots.   It   includes   a   lot   fo   uncommon   turns   and seems to be not a traditional one. Probably   a   new   creation.   Tetsuhiko   Asai   made   the   Kata   public.   If   he did create Nidan and Sandan can be asked. Naifanchin   Mabuni ha Shito Ryu From   this   Kata   Itsou   did   create   the   Naifanchin   Shodan,   Naifanchin Nidan, Naifanchin Sandan. In Shito Ryu of Mabuni Kenei it will be teached primary to Uchi Deshis. Hard   to   believe   but   watching   the   Jackie   Chan   movie   “The   hand   of Death”   (1976)   we   find   the   begining   of   a   chinese   version   of   the   kata   at Timeline: 57:25! Nijuhachiho   (94 Moves) This   Kata   was   made   public   by   Hirokazu   Kanazawa.   As   I   asked   him   if he   did   create   it   he   said   that   he   adjust   it   to   Shotokan.   Don’t   know   what changings    he    made.    Because    of    the    fact    that    the    Kata    includes elements   of   Nipaipo,   Unsu,   Shisochin,   Paiho   and   others   it’s   not   easy   to see   it   as   an   old   orginal   one.   Kanazawa   said   it’s   from   Okinawa   and   did’t give more information about the source. Anyway we can like it and do we need more to know? Kenpaku   (50 Moves) Superior   Fist.   Kata   of   Shito   Ryu.   Maybe   only   known   in   Seito   Shito   Ryu of Kenzo Mabuni. Koryu Yellow Dragon Kata from Gogen Yamaguchi Ohan Seldom seen Kata of Ryuei Ryu. Rokkishu The   Kata   will   be   done   mainly   in   Naifanchin   Dachi.   It   includes   only defensive techniques (Uke and te zukami). Probably    based    on    this    Kata    and    maybe    influenced    from    Hakufa, Chojun Miyagi did create Tensho. Shinsei Ni   (36 Moves) Pure Spirit 2. Kata of Shito Ryu. Made by Kenei Mabuni. Tenryu  (133 Moves) Dragon of the sky Kata from Gogen Yamaguchi Tomari Jitte   (36 Moves) Old   version   of   Jitte.   The   relationship   to   the   Shito   Ryu   version   is   clear to    see.    But    the    Tomari    version    is    more    versatil    and    have    more elegance. Tomari Rohai  (43 Moves) Very    nice    Version    of    Rohai.    The    Kata    starts    like    Shisochin    and continues   with   a   combination   (Kake   Uke,   Mae   Geri,   Gyaku   zuki)   close to Matsumora Rohai. After that the Enbusen is similiar to Hakkaku. Wanduwan (Wando)   (54 Moves) Kings Crown It’s   possible   to   see   this   Kata   as   a   summary   of   the   principles   of   Shorei and Shorin-Ryu Also there is some relationship to Rohai. Maybe it’s from Tomari-te.
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Anan Ananko Aoyagi Bassai Dai Bassai Dai (Shotokan) Bassai Sho Bassai Sho (Shotokan) Chinte Chinte (Shotokan) Chinto Chi no Kata (Gekisai Dai Ichi) Empi (Tomari Wanshu) Gankaku (Chinto) Gekisai Dai Ichi Gekisai Dai Ni Gojushiho Gojushiho Dai (Gojushiho) Gojushiho Sho Hakkaku Hakucho Hakufa Hakutsuru Hangetsu (Seishan) Happoren Happo Sho Haufa Heian Shodan Heian Nidan Heian Sandan Heian Yondan Heian Godan Heian Shodan (Shotokan) Heian Nidan (Shotokan) Heian Sandan (Shotokan) Heian Yondan (Shotokan) Heian Godan (Shotokan) Heiku Ji’in Jion Jitte Ji’in (Shotokan) Jion (Shotokan) Jitte (Shotokan) Juroku Kihon Kata Ichi Kihon Kata Ni Kihon Kata San Kihon Kata Yon Kensho Kenshu Kanku Dai (Kosokun Dai) Kanku Sho (Kosokun Sho) Kosokun Dai   Kosokun Sho Kushanku Kururunfa Matsukaze Matsumura Bassai Matsumura Rohai Matsumora Rohai Meikyo Myojo Naifanchin Shodan Naifanchin Nidan Naifanchin Sandan Nipaipo Niseishi Nijushiho (Niseishi) Pachu Paiho Paiku Rohai Shodan Rohai Nidan Rohai Sandan Saifa Sanchin Sanseiru Seishan Shiho Kosokun Shinpa Shinsei Seienchin Seipai Seisan Shisochin Sochin Sochin (Shotokan) Suparimpei Taikyoku Shodan Taikyoku Nidan Taikyoku Sandan Taikyoku Chudan Taikyoku Gedan Taikyoku Jodan Taikyoku Kake Uke Taikyoku Mawashi Uke Tekki Shodan (Naifanchin 1) Tekki Nidan (Naifanchin 2) Tekki Sandan (Naifanchin 3) Tensho Ten no Kata Tomari Wanshu Unshu Unsu (Unshu) Wankan Wanshu
Shito Ryu / Ryuei Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shotokan Shito Ryu Shotokan Shito Ryu Shotokan Shito Ryu Shito Ryu / Goju Ryu Shotokan Shotokan Goju Ryu Goju Ryu Shito Ryu / Aragaki Shotokan Shotokan Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shotokan Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shotokan Shotokan Shotokan Shotokan Shotokan Shito Ryu / Ryuei Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shotokan Shotokan Shotokan Shito Ryu / Mabuni Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shotokan Shito Ryu / Mabuni Shito Ryu / Mabuni Shotokan Shotokan Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu / Goju Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shotokan Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shotokan Shito Ryu / Ryuei Ryu Shito Ryu / Ryuei Ryu Shito Ryu / Ryuei Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu / Goju Ryu Shito Ryu / Goju Ryu Shito Ryu / Goju Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu / Mabuni Shito Ryu / Mabuni Shito Ryu / Mabuni Shito Ryu / Goju Ryu Shito Ryu / Goju Ryu Shito Ryu / Goju Ryu Shito Ryu / Goju Ryu Shito Ryu / Aragaki Shotokan Shito Ryu / Goju Ryu Shotokan Shotokan Shotokan Goju Ryu Goju Ryu Goju Ryu Goju Ryu Goju Ryu Shotokan Shotokan Shotokan Shito Ryu / Goju Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shito Ryu Shotokan Shotokan Shito Ryu
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Anan Ni  (93 Moves)   Kata of Ryuei Ryu. Probably a new one. Anan   Ni   is   similiar   to   Anan   includes   more   techniques   and has   more   speedfull   rythm.   Nice   to   see   is   a   combination   with Mae Geri in four directions. Aragaki Niseishi   (56 Moves) Definitely the root of Shito Ryu Niseishi, but much longer. Aragaki Seisan   (57 Moves) Is   far   away   to   be   similar   to   the   Seisan   of   Goju   Ryu   (Naha- te).   But   it’s   comparable   to   Seishan.   Interesting   it   is   that   the beginnig show a main element of Kata Anan. Aragaki Sochin   (56 Moves) Includes   much   more   combinations   as   the   Shito   Ryu   version. The   Shotokan   Sochin   is   a   complete   different   Kata,   made   by Yoshitaka Funakoshi. Aragaki Unsu   (49 Moves) The   Kata   is   as   much   different   to   Unshu/Unsu   as   it   could   be. In   Shito-Ryu/Shoton   we   can   see   not   more   than   little   hinds to    Aragaki    Unsu.    Interesting    is    that    the    Kata    shows elements of Aragaki Sochin and Aragaki Seisan. Aragaki Useishi (Gojushiho)   (85 Moves) Is   comparable   with   the   Shito-Ryu   version.   But   in   Shito   Ryu the     typical     elements     of     “Drunken     Master”     has     been deleteted. Genkaku  (89 Moves) Blake Crane Kata   from   Gogen   Yamaguchi.   The   presentation   of   the   Kata done by Goshi Yamaguchi is a highlight of mastership. Hakutsuru Dai  (112 Moves) The    Kata    includes    al    lot    of    Haito    techniques    and    some elements reminds to Kushanku. Hakutsuru Sho  (59 Moves) The   Kata   uses   Hiraken   again   and   again   and   this   is   unusual for crane style. Chikaku  (99 Moves) Crane on Earth Kata   from   Gogen   Yamaguchi.   The   Kata   brings   elements   of Tai Chi into the Goju Ryu of the Yamaguchi family. Meikyo Nidan  (47 Moves) The   Kata   reminds   to   an   older   version   of   Matsumura   Rohai which    can    be    found    in    a    book    from    Patrick    McCarthy. Tetsuhiko Asai was the first who did teach the Kata. Meikyo Sandan  (40 Moves) Kata   with   unknown   roots.   It   includes   a   lot   fo   uncommon turns and seems to be not a traditional one. Probably    a    new    creation.    Tetsuhiko    Asai    made    the    Kata public. If he did create Nidan and Sandan can be asked. Naifanchin   Mabuni ha Shito Ryu From    this    Kata    Itsou    did    create    the    Naifanchin    Shodan, Naifanchin Nidan, Naifanchin Sandan. In   Shito   Ryu   of   Mabuni   Kenei   it   will   be   teached   primary   to Uchi Deshis. Hard   to   believe   but   watching   the   Jackie   Chan   movie   “The hand   of   Death”   (1976)   we   find   the   begining   of   a   chinese version of the kata at Timeline: 57:25! Nijuhachiho   (94 Moves) This   Kata   was   made   public   by   Hirokazu   Kanazawa.   As   I asked   him   if   he   did   create   it   he   said   that   he   adjust   it   to Shotokan.   Don’t   know   what   changings   he   made.   Because   of the   fact   that   the   Kata   includes   elements   of   Nipaipo,   Unsu, Shisochin,   Paiho   and   others   it’s   not   easy   to   see   it   as   an   old orginal   one.   Kanazawa   said   it’s   from   Okinawa   and   did’t   give more information about the source. Anyway we can like it and do we need more to know? Kenpaku   (50 Moves) Superior   Fist.   Kata   of   Shito   Ryu.   Maybe   only   known   in   Seito Shito Ryu of Kenzo Mabuni. Koryu Yellow Dragon Kata from Gogen Yamaguchi. Ohan Seldom seen Kata of Ryuei Ryu. Rokkishu The   Kata   will   be   done   mainly   in   Naifanchin   Dachi.   It   includes only defensive techniques (Uke and te zukami). Probably   based   on   this   Kata   and   maybe   influenced   from Hakufa, Chojun Miyagi did create Tensho. Shinsei Ni   (36 Moves) Pure Spirit 2. Kata of Shito Ryu. Made by Kenei Mabuni. Tenryu  (133 Moves) Dragon of the sky Kata from Gogen Yamaguchi. Tomari Jitte   (36 Moves) Old    version    of    Jitte.    The    relationship    to    the    Shito    Ryu version   is   clear   to   see.   But   the   Tomari   version   is   more versatil and have more elegance. Tomari Rohai  (43 Moves) Very   nice   Version   of   Rohai.   The   Kata   starts   like   Shisochin and   continues   with   a   combination   (Kake   Uke,   Mae   Geri, Gyaku zuki) close to Matsumora Rohai. After that the Enbusen is similiar to Hakkaku. Wanduwan (Wando)   (54 Moves) Kings Crown It’s   possible   to   see   this   Kata   as   a   summary   of   the   principles of   Shorei   and   Shorin-Ryu.   Also   there   is   some   relationship   to Rohai. Maybe it’s from Tomari-te.
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