The   Kihon   Kata   are   close   to   the   Taikyoku   Kata   of   Shotokan   or   Goju-Ryu.   Especially the   Kihon   Kata   Ichi   is   nearly   identical   to   the   Taikyoku   Shodan   of   Shotokan.   Only   the Uke techniques will be done in Neko Ashi Dachi and it is Yoko Uke (Uchi Uke). An alternate name is Dai Dosa.
Kihon Kata Ichi
Meaning of the name Basic Kata 1 Moves: 24
Classification Shorin-Ryu
Style Shito-Ryu
Level Basic
Kihon Kata Ni follows the concept of Kihon Kata Ichi. Neko   Ashi   Dachi   is   replaced   with   Zenkutsu   Dachi.   After   each   Yoko   Uke   a   Mae   Geri   will be done.
Kihon Kata Ni
Meaning of the name Basic Kata 2 Moves: 30
Klassifizierung Shorin-Ryu
Stilrichtungen Shito-Ryu
Level Basic
Kihon Kata San follows the concept of Kihon Kata Ichi. Neko   Ashi   Dachi   is   replaced   with   Zenkutsu   Dachi.   Before   each   Yoko   Uke   a   Gedan Barai will be done.
Kihon Kata San
Meaning of the name Basic Kata 3 Moves: 30
Classification Shorin-Ryu
Style Shito-Ryu
Level Basic
Kihon Kata Yon follows the concept of Kihon Kata Ichi. Neko   Ashi   Dachi   is   replaced   with   Zenkutsu   Dachi.   After   each   Yoko   Uke   a   Jodan   Uke will be done.
Kihon Kata Yon
Meaning of the name Basic Kata 4 Moves: 30
Classification Shorin-Ryu
Style Shito-Ryu
Level Basic
The Fukyu Kata system was created for to teach Beginners in the Art of Karate. There   are   two   Kata.   Fukyu   Kata   Ichi   is   the   first   one   an   was   created   by   Shoshin Nagamine.   The   Kata   stands   for   the   Karate   of   Shorin-Ryu.   In   some   school   it’s   name   is Ten   no   Kata   with   the   meaning   Kata   of   the   sky.   The   whole   Kata   will   be   peformed   in Zenkutsu   Dachi   and   Hanzenkutsu   Dachi.   The   Kata   is   a   simple   construct   and   reminds to   the   Taikyoku   Shodan   from   Shotokan.   But   with   Oi   zuki   Jodan   and   Gyku   zuki   it includes   more   different   techniques,   as   the   Taikyoku   Kata.   Netherless   it   is   easier   to learn   as,   for   example,   Heian   Shodan   of   Shotokan   style.   Very   good   is   also,   that   every technique   will   be   execute   on   left   and   right   side.   Both   sides   of   the   body   will   be   used, which is very important in the beginning of Karate especially for childs .
Ten no Kata
Meaning of the name Kata of the sky Moves: 24
Classification Shorin-Ryu
Style Shito-Ryu
Level Basic
Chojun   Miyagi,   the   founder   of   Goju-Ryu,   did   develop   the   Kata   Gekisai   Dai   Ichi   and Gekisai   Dai   Ni   at   1940.   The   Gekisai   Dai   Ichi   is   identical   to   the   Fukyu   Kata   Ni,   which complete   the   system   of   Fukyu   Kata.   This   Fuyku   Kata   Ni   is   representative   for   the schools   of   Shorei   Ryu,   or   Naha-te.   But   it's   not   a   typical   Kata   of   Shorei   Ryu.   Maybe   its more   a   kind   of   connection   between   Shorei   and   Shorin.   The   Fukyu   Kata   Ni   is   also known   as   Chi   no   Kata,   what   means   Kata   of   the   Earth.   It   includes   a   lof   of   changes between   high   and   deep   techniques,   which   can   be   used   for   an   advanced   Bunkai.   And also in Fukyu Kata Ni we find all techniques done at left and right side. So   the   Fukyu   Kata   are   significant   in   the   question   how   to   do   a   basic   education   of fitness   and   skills.   But   often   this   will   be   undervalued.   Both   Kata   shows   how   deeply   and valuable    the    thoughts    of    Master    Shoshin    Nagamine    and    Chojun    Miyagi,    also    in physiological   way   was,   as   they   did   create   these   Kata.   They   didn't   create   some   basic Kata,   but   did   exactly   know,   which   kind   of   Kata   it   should   be   and   which   effect   the   Kata should have for the education of students.
Chi no Kata
Meaning of the name Kata of the Earth Moves: 26
Classification Shorei-Ryu
Style Shito-Ryu
Level Basic
Public   known   is,   that   the   Heian   Kata   was   developed   by   Yasutsune   Itosu   to   teach Karate   at   the   elementary   schools   of   Okinawa.   But   there   are   voices   which   say   that   the Heian   Shodan   and   Heian   Nidan   are   made   by   Sokon   Matsumura.   And   in   fact   both   Kata are used in the original school of Matsumura Karate. This   means   that   in   the   beginning   there   was   only   two   Heian   Kata.   Also   it's   said   that the   Heian   Nidan   Kata   was   create   because   the   Heian   Shodan   was   too   difficult   for beginners. Mainly   the   Heian   Kata   was   for   to   teach   Karate   to   groups   of   students   and   not   for   the normaly    education    of    a    single    student,    where    the    level    of    Kata    isn't    as    much important. For   sure   it   is,   that   the   Heian   Kata   are   not   only   based   on   the   Kushanku,   Kosokun   Dai (Kanku   Dai).   A   lot   of   techniques   coming   from   other   Kata.   So   the   first   technique   of Heian   Shodan   we   can   find   in   the   Tomari   Chinto.   But   the   whole   Sequence   of   the   three techniques   remembers   on   a   passage   of   the   Sochin   from   Aragaki   school.   In   fact   only the end from the Shotokan Version of Heian Shodan can be seen in Kushanku. In   former   times   the   Heian   Kata   was   named   Pinan,   but   these   is   only   the   okinawan dialect for peaceful mind.
Heian Shodan (Pinan Shodan)
Meaning of the name Peaceful Mind 1 Moves: 31
Classification Shorin-Ryu
Style Shito-Ryu Shotokan
Level Basic
Heian   Nidan   is   a   more   fundamental   Kata   than   the   Heian   Shodan.   The   Kata   includes only   single   Movements   and   is   shorter   and   easier   to   learn.   For   the   beginn   of   teaching Karate   it’s   better   to   use   Heian   Nidan   than   Heian   Shodan.   And   in   the   most   schools   of Shito-Ryu Heian Nidan will be teached as the first of the Heian Kata. But   in   Shotokan   Style   the   names   of   the   first   two   Heian   Kata   was   exchanged.   So   the original    Heian    Shodan    is    the    Heian    Nidan    of    Shotokan.    Indid    there    are    some Irritations   because   of   this.   But   in   Shotokan   all   of   the   old   Kata   has   been   changed   and   a lot   of   them   has   been   renamed.   Heian   Nidan   seems   to   be   a   simple   Kata,   but   in   fact   the Kata   is   not   easier   to   master   than   a   Kata   with   combinations   like   Heian   Shodan.   The Bunkai   isn't   as   easy   as   the   Kata   seems   to   be.   Some   Bunkai   is   only   possible   if   the technique   and   timing   is   perfect.   The   beginn   of   Heian   Nidan   is   similar   to   the   beginn   of Kata Chinte. But in the Shotokan Style also this has been changed.
Heian Nidan (Pinan Nidan)
Meaning of the name Peaceful Mind 2 Moves: 25
Classification Shorin-Ryu
Stilrichtungen Shito-Ryu Shotokan
Level Basic
It's   for   sure   that   Yasutsune   Itosu   did   develop   Heian   Sandan   Kata.   With   Shihon   Nukite the   Kata   includes   a   technique   which   we   know   in   similiar   form   in   Kushanku.   The beginning   is   probably   based   by   Naifanchin.   The   Empi-Uke   technique   we   can   find   in the   Kata   Gojushiho   and   also   Chinto.   Ich   Chinto   done   in   Heiko-Dachi   without   the following   Uraken.   The   technique   at   the   end   of   the   Kata   reminds   on   Naha-te   Kata Seienchin.   The   use   of   Fumikomi   exist   only   in   the   version   which   was   created   in   the Shotokan Style.
Heian Sandan (Pinan Sandan)
Meaning of the name Peaceful Mind 3 Moves: 28
Classification Shorin-Ryu
Style Shito-Ryu Shotokan Wado-Ryu
Level Basic
Heian   Yondan   is   the   first   Heian   Kata   which   have   a   relationsship   to   the   Kushanku.   But the   Hiza   Geri   technique   close   to   the   end   of   the   Kata   is   to   see   in   Chinte.   Heian   Yondan ist   the   first   of   the   Heian   Kata   which   includes   slow   techniques.   Also   we   find   a   lot   of techniques   performed   with   both   hands   like   Soe   Uke   (Morote   Uke).   These   technique are'nt   for   blocking,   but   stands   for   the   beginning   of   grabbling   or   throwing   techniques. Different   to   Heian   Sandan,   where   we   find   techniques   for   to   get   free   from   grabbling, the   Heian   Yondan   teaches   first   steps   to   use   this   kind   of   techniques.   The   Kata   is   also dynamic   with   a   direct   fighting   style.   A   lot   of   techniques   are   offensive   and   also   the Kata includes the attack over distance. The   Empi   Uchi,   which   follows   the   Mae   Geri   (in   Shotokan   Style   Yoko   Geri)   is   a   very dangerous   technique.   It   follows   the   same   principles   like   the   tsuki   in   Kata   Chinte, where   one   hand   is   placed   on   the   backside   of   the   target.   So   there   is   no   possibility   to absorb   this   kind   of   punch,   or   uchi.   In   this   way   the   potential   of   the   effect   of   attacking techniques will be increased.
Heian Yondan (Pinan Yondan)
Meaning of the name Peaceful Mind 4 Moves: 32
Classification Shorin-Ryu
Style Shito-Ryu Shotokan Wado-Ryu
Level Basic
Heian    Godan    ist    the    end    of    the    Heian    Kata    series.    The    Kata    includes    different techniques   from   Tomari   Chinto   and   Patsai   and   is   a   very   dynamic   and   versatile   Kata.   It includes many techniques which are using the turnstile of the body. Execute   in   correct   way   this   kind   of   technique   can   create   a   big   power.   One   of   the   basic secrets of Karate is how to create power by the right using of the body. The   power   of   the   muscles   are   not   really   important   for   that.   Nevertheless   it   develops   a surprising   high   effect   of   power.   The   correct   biomechanics   to   perform   a   technique   has to   be   the   first   goal   doing   a   Kata.   But   also   very   important   is   the   timing   and   speed   of the technique. Only   if   a   technique   will   be   execute   at   the   right   time,   maximum   effect   is   possible. Expecially   in   the   use   of   throwing   techniques   the   speed   of   the   movement   is   the important part. Mastering   this   skills   in   connection   with   the   right   insertion   of   the   whole   body,   throwing techniques   become   amazing   easy.   In   Heian   Godan   we   find   a   lot   of   this   special   facts   of Karate.   But   it's   also   very   important   to   know   the   true   using   (Bunkai)   of   the   Kata techniques   in   real   combat.   Only   who   known   the   Bunkai   behind   teh   technique   can   do the   Kata   with   the   right   kind   of   speed   and   dynamic.   A   simple   sportive   performance   of   a Kata   don't   match   with   the   Kata   and   is   the   biggest   barrier   in   the   way   to   mastering   the techniques of Karate.
Heian Godan (Pinan Godan)
Meaning of the name Peaceful Mind 5 Moves: 26
Classification Shorin-Ryu
Style Shito-Ryu Shotokan Wado-Ryu
Level Basic
Matsukaze is a very powerful and dynamic Kata. The   word   Matsukaze   can   be   translate   as   neck   and   in   fact   many   technique   targeting   to the    Karotis    (the    main    vein    at    both    sides    of    the    neck.    In    Shito-Ryu    known    as Matsukaze   in   the   Shorin-Ryu   schools   and   in   Shotokan   it   has   the   name   Wankan.   But the Shotokan Wankan is very different to the original version. Matsukaze   is   a   Kata   where   we   find   very   precise   single   techniques,   followed   by   a couple of fast combinations. Some of it’s techniques we can find in the Kata Patsai. Kenwa   Mabuni   did   take   some   techniques   of   the   Matsukaze   into   his   development   of   the Kata Juroku.
Matsukaze
Meaning of the name Kings Crown Moves: 39
Classification Shorin-Ryu
Style Shito-Ryu Shotokan
Level Basic
Meaning of the name Basic Kata 1 Moves: 24
Kihon Kata Ichi
Classification Shorei-Ryu
Style Shito Ryu
Level Basic
The   Kihon   Kata   are   close   to   the   Taikyoku   Kata   of   Shotokan   or   Goju- Ryu.    Especially    the    Kihon    Kata    Ichi    is    nearly    identical    with    the Taikyoku   Shodan   of   Shotokan.   Only   the   Uke   techniques   will   be   done in   Neko   Ashi   Dachi   and   it   is   Yoko   Uke   (Uchi   Uke).   An   alternate   name is Dai Dosa.
Kihon Kata Ichi Kihon Kata Ni Kihon Kata San Kihon Kata Yon
Ten no Kata Chi no Kata Heian Shodan Heian Nidan
Heian Sandan Heian Yondan Heian Godan Matsukaze
Meaning of the name Basic Kata 2 Moves: 30
Kihon Kata Ni
Classification Shorei-Ryu
Style Shito Ryu
Level Basic
Kihon Kata Ni follows the concept of Kihon Kata Ichi. Neko   Ashi   Dachi   is   replaced   with   Zenkutsu   Dachi.   After   each   Yoko   Uke a Mae Geri will be done.
Meaning of the name Basic Kata 3 Moves: 30
Kihon Kata San
Classification Shorei-Ryu
Style Shito Ryu
Level Basic
Kihon Kata San follows the concept of Kihon Kata Ichi. Neko   Ashi   Dachi   is   replaced   with   Zenkutsu   Dachi.   Before   each   Yoko Uke a Gedan Barai will be done.
Meaning of the name Basic Kata 4 Moves: 30
Kihon Kata Yon
Classification Shorei-Ryu
Style Shito Ryu
Level Basic
Kihon Kata Yon follows the concept of Kihon Kata Ichi. Neko   Ashi   Dachi   is   replaced   with   Zenkutsu   Dachi.   After   each   Yoko   Uke a Jodan Uke will be done.
Meaning of the name Kata of the sky Moves: 24
Ten no Kata
Classification Shorei-Ryu
Style Shito Ryu
Level Basic
The   Fukyu   Kata   system   was   created   for   to   teach   Beginners   in   the   Art of Karate. There   are   two   Kata.   Fukyu   Kata   Ichi   is   the   first   one   an   was   created   by Shoshin   Nagamine.   The   Kata   stands   for   the   Karate   of   Shorin-Ryu.   In some   school   it’s   name   is   Ten   no   Kata   with   the   meaning   Kata   of   the sky.    The    whole    Kata    will    be    peformed    in    Zenkutsu    Dachi    and Hanzenkutsu   Dachi.   The   Kata   is   a   simple   construct   and   reminds   to the   Taikyoku   Shodan   from   Shotokan.   But   with   Oi   zuki   Jodan   and   Gyku zuki   it   includes   more   different   techniques,   as   the   Taikyoku   Kata. Netherless   it   is   easier   to   learn   as,   for   example,   Heian   Shodan   of Shotokan    style.    Very    good    is    also,    that    every    technique    will    be execute   on   left   and   right   side.   Both   sides   of   the   body   will   be   used, which   is   very   important   in   the   beginning   of   Karate   especially   for childs .
Meaning of the name Kata of the Earth Moves: 26
Chi no Kata
Classification Shorei-Ryu
Style Shito Ryu
Level Basic
Chojun   Miyagi,   the   founder   of   Goju-Ryu,   did   develop   the   Kata   Gekisai Dai   Ichi   and   Gekisai   Dai   Ni   at   1940.   The   Gekisai   Dai   Ichi   is   identical to   the   Fukyu   Kata   Ni,   which   complete   the   system   of   Fukyu   Kata.   This Fuyku   Kata   Ni   is   representative   for   the   schools   of   Shorei   Ryu,   or Naha-te.   But   it's   not   a   typical   Kata   of   Shorei   Ryu.   Maybe   its   more   a kind   of   connection   between   Shorei   and   Shorin.   The   Fukyu   Kata   Ni   is also   known   as   Chi   no   Kata,   what   means   Kata   of   the   Earth.   It   includes a   lof   of   changes   between   high   and   deep   techniques,   which   can   be used   for   an   advanced   Bunkai.   And   also   in   Fukyu   Kata   Ni   we   find   all techniques done at left and right side. So   the   Fukyu   Kata   are   significant   in   the   question   how   to   do   a   basic education   of   fitness   and   skills.   But   often   this   will   be   undervalued. Both   Kata   shows   how   deeply   and   valuable   the   thoughts   of   Master Shoshin   Nagamine   and   Chojun   Miyagi,   also   in   physiological   way   was, as   they   did   create   these   Kata.   They   didn't   create   some   basic   Kata, but   did   exactly   know,   which   kind   of   Kata   it   should   be   and   which   effect the Kata should have for the education of students.
Meaning of the name Peaceful Mind 1 Moves: 31
Heian Shodan (Pinan Shodan)
Classification Shorei-Ryu
Style Shito Ryu
Level Basic
Public   known   is,   that   the   Heian   Kata   was   developed   by   Yasutsune Itosu   to   teach   Karate   at   the   elementary   schools   of   Okinawa.   But   there are   voices   which   say   that   the   Heian   Shodan   and   Heian   Nidan   are made   by   Sokon   Matsumura.   And   in   fact   both   Kata   are   used   in   the original school of Matsumura Karate. This   means   that   in   the   beginning   there   was   only   two   Heian   Kata.   Also it's   said   that   the   Heian   Nidan   Kata   was   create   because   the   Heian Shodan was too difficult for beginners. Mainly   the   Heian   Kata   was   for   to   teach   Karate   to   groups   of   students and   not   for   the   normaly   education   of   a   single   student,   where   the   level of Kata isn't as much important. For    sure    it    is,    that    the    Heian    Kata    are    not    only    based    on    the Kushanku,   Kosokun   Dai   (Kanku   Dai).   A   lot   of   techniques   coming   from other   Kata.   So   the   first   technique   of   Heian   Shodan   we   can   find   in   the Tomari    Chinto.    But    the    whole    Sequence    of    the    three    techniques remembers   on   a   passage   of   the   Sochin   from   Aragaki   school.   In   fact only   the   end   from   the   Shotokan   Version   of   Heian   Shodan   can   be   seen in Kushanku. In   former   times   the   Heian   Kata   was   named   Pinan,   but   these   is   only the okinawan dialect for peaceful mind.
Meaning of the name Peaceful Mind 2 Moves: 25
Heian Nidan (Pinan Nidan)
Classification Shorei-Ryu
Style Shito Ryu
Level Basic
Heian   Nidan   is   a   more   fundamental   Kata   than   the   Heian   Shodan.   The Kata   includes   only   single   Movements   and   is   shorter   and   easier   to learn.   For   the   beginn   of   teaching   Karate   it’s   better   to   use   Heian   Nidan than   Heian   Shodan.   And   in   the   most   schools   of   Shito-Ryu   Heian   Nidan will be teached as the first of the Heian Kata. But   in   Shotokan   Style   the   names   of   the   first   two   Heian   Kata   was exchanged.    So    the    original    Heian    Shodan    is    the    Heian    Nidan    of Shotokan.   Indid   there   are   some   Irritations   because   of   this.   But   in Shotokan   all   of   the   old   Kata   has   been   changed   and   a   lot   of   them   has been   renamed.   Heian   Nidan   seems   to   be   a   simple   Kata,   but   in   fact the   Kata   is   not   easier   to   master   than   a   Kata   with   combinations   like Heian   Shodan.   The   Bunkai   isn't   as   easy   as   the   Kata   seems   to   be. Some   Bunkai   is   only   possible   if   the   technique   and   timing   is   perfect. The   beginn   of   Heian   Nidan   is   similar   to   the   beginn   of   Kata   Chinte.   But in the Shotokan Style also this has been changed.
Meaning of the name Peaceful Mind 3 Moves: 28
Heian Sandan (Pinan Sandan)
Classification Shorei-Ryu
Style Shito Ryu
Level Basic
It's   for   sure   that   Yasutsune   Itosu   did   develop   Heian   Sandan   Kata. With   Shihon   Nukite   the   Kata   includes   a   technique   which   we   know   in similiar    form    in    Kushanku.    The    beginning    is    probably    based    by Naifanchin.    The    Empi-Uke    technique    we    can    find    in    the    Kata Gojushiho   and   also   Chinto.   Ich   Chinto   done   in   Heiko-Dachi   without the   following   Uraken.   The   technique   at   the   end   of   the   Kata   reminds on   Naha-te   Kata   Seienchin.   The   use   of   Fumikomi   exist   only   in   the version which was created in the Shotokan Style.
Meaning of the name Peaceful Mind 4 Moves: 32
Heian Yondan (Pinan Yondan)
Classification Shorei-Ryu
Style Shito Ryu
Level Basic
Heian   Yondan   is   the   first   Heian   Kata   which   have   a   relationsship   to   the Kushanku.   But   the   Hiza   Geri   technique   close   to   the   end   of   the   Kata   is to   see   in   Chinte.   Heian   Yondan   ist   the   first   of   the   Heian   Kata   which includes   slow   techniques.   Also   we   find   a   lot   of   techniques   performed with   both   hands   like   Soe   Uke   (Morote   Uke).   These   technique   are'nt for   blocking,   but   stands   for   the   beginning   of   grabbling   or   throwing techniques.   Different   to   Heian   Sandan,   where   we   find   techniques   for to   get   free   from   grabbling,   the   Heian   Yondan   teaches   first   steps   to use   this   kind   of   techniques.   The   Kata   is   also   dynamic   with   a   direct fighting   style.   A   lot   of   techniques   are   offensive   and   also   the   Kata includes the attack over distance. The   Empi   Uchi,   which   follows   the   Mae   Geri   (in   Shotokan   Style   Yoko Geri)   is   a   very   dangerous   technique.   It   follows   the   same   principles like    the    tsuki    in    Kata    Chinte,    where    one    hand    is    placed    on    the backside   of   the   target.   So   there   is   no   possibility   to   absorb   this   kind   of punch,   or   uchi.   In   this   way   the   potential   of   the   effect   of   attacking techniques will be increased.
Meaning of the name Peaceful Mind 5 Moves: 32
Heian Godan (Pinan Godan)
Classification Shorei-Ryu
Style Shito Ryu
Level Basic
Heian   Godan   ist   the   end   of   the   Heian   Kata   series.   The   Kata   includes different   techniques   from   Tomari   Chinto   and   Patsai   and   is   a   very dynamic   and   versatile   Kata.   It   includes   many   techniques   which   are using the turnstile of the body. Execute   in   correct   way   this   kind   of   technique   can   create   a   big   power. One   of   the   basic   secrets   of   Karate   is   how   to   create   power   by   the   right using of the body. The    power    of    the    muscles    are    not    really    important    for    that. Nevertheless   it   develops   a   surprising   high   effect   of   power.   The   correct biomechanics   to   perform   a   technique   has   to   be   the   first   goal   doing   a Kata.    But    also    very    important    is    the    timing    and    speed    of    the technique. Only   if   a   technique   will   be   execute   at   the   right   time,   maximum   effect is   possible.   Expecially   in   the   use   of   throwing   techniques   the   speed   of the movement is the important part. Mastering   this   skills   in   connection   with   the   right   insertion   of   the   whole body,   throwing   techniques   become   amazing   easy.   In   Heian   Godan   we find   a   lot   of   this   special   facts   of   Karate.   But   it's   also   very   important   to know   the   true   using   (Bunkai)   of   the   Kata   techniques   in   real   combat. Only   who   known   the   Bunkai   behind   teh   technique   can   do   the   Kata with    the    right    kind    of    speed    and    dynamic.    A    simple    sportive performance   of   a   Kata   don't   match   with   the   Kata   and   is   the   biggest barrier in the way to mastering the techniques of Karate.
Meaning of the name Kings Crown Moves: 35
Matsukaze
Classification Shorei-Ryu
Style Shito Ryu
Level Basic
Matsukaze is a very powerful and dynamic Kata. The   word   Matsukaze   can   be   translate   as   neck   and   in   fact   many technique   targeting   to   the   Karotis   (the   main   vein   at   both   sides   of   the neck.   In   Shito-Ryu   known   as   Matsukaze   in   the   Shorin-Ryu   schools and   in   Shotokan   it   has   the   name   Wankan.   But   the   Shotokan   Wankan is very different to the original version. Matsukaze   is   a   Kata   where   we   find   very   precise   single   techniques, followed   by   a   couple   of   fast   combinations.   Some   of   it’s   techniques   we can find in the Kata Patsai. Kenwa   Mabuni   did   take   some   techniques   of   the   Matsukaze   into   his development of the Kata Juroku.
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