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SHORINJI KEMPO

Shorinji Kempo Wordlist kyukenshi World Shorinji Kempo Organization

Basic Words Counts Characters Ranks Characters Names and Titles Characters Pronunciation ichi ni san shi. yon go roku shichi. nana hachi kyu. ku ju. to 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 English

Pronunciation minarai san kyu ni kyu ik kyu sho dan ni dan san dan yon dan go dan roku dan

English Beginner - white belt 3 kyu - brown belt 2nd kyu - brown belt 1st kyu - brown belt 1st dan - black belt 2nd dan - black belt 3rd dan - black belt 4th dan - black belt 5th dan - black belt 6th dan - black belt, and so on...

Pronunciation honbu kaiso kancho shibu doin shibucho fuku shibucho sensei kenshi senpai kohai dohai minarai jokyo

English Head quarter (in Japan) Founder, So Doshin Title for So Doshin ii, the present president Branch Branch (douin = the institution of the way) only in Japan Branch Master (i.e. Branch Chief) Assistant Branch Master Teacher. Instructor Person who practices Shorinji Kempo. Shorinji Kempo student Student that began practice earlier than you Student that began practice later than you Student that began practice at the same time as you Beginner Assistant instructor (i.e. helper to instructor/teacher)

Greetings and Etiquette Characters Pronunciation gasshorei

English Greeting position in Shorinji Kempo style

kyakkashoko rei naore onegai shimasu arigato gozaimashita kaisan otagai ni rei shomen shugo seiretsu migi e narae chakuza seiza anza kiritsu

(thank) Keep your shoes tidy - everything starts from the base part. Greet (thank) Finish. To be back in the position you started. Please. Allow me to ... Greet. =thank you very much Break up, finish the present stance. Greet each other The wall where manji is located. The front. Gather (and line up) Line up neatly Correct the lines towards the right Sit down on your knees Sit on your knees = chakuza Sit with your legs crossed Stand up

Practice Commands Characters

Pronunciation hajime yame yoi kamaete tanen sotai kotai hantai hidari migi mae ushiro. ato hidari muke hidari migi muke migi maware migi yorei gorei yasume kyuukei chosoku shinkokyu happoumoku zanshin kiai kime hayaku yukkuri kosha

English Start Stop Prepare Take position Single form practice Pair form practice Change (partner) Opposite side Left Right Front Back 90turn to the left 90turn to the right 180turn to the right The first bell for attention Count aloud Rest position (hands in kesshu, feet apart) Break time Breath control Breath control by breathing deeply Split vision (to 8 directions) Awareness, concentration after rapid movement Shout, (shout in harmony with energy). A or Un Winning trick Quickly Slowly Attacker

shusha waza ari kogeki waza bogyo waza soremade hogi (shikake waza) wakarete

Defender Good technique Attacking techniques Defending techniques Stop. All for now Attacking technique (from yourself) Split up. Separate

Commonly Used Words in Shorinji Kempo Characters Pronunciation dojo budo gakka manji dharma embu () randori hokei renhanko chinkon zazen goho juhou seiho (seitai) bukai hokai sokai sen shin tai chi ki gyo atemi kyusho samu zenshin ura omote uchi. nai soto. gai jun gyaku jodan chudan gedan katate ryote morote

English Practice hall Way of Bu Philosophy lesson Symbol for buddhism, Shorinji Kempo The law of universe Pair form for demonstrating Shorinji Kempo Sparring. Free fighting Pre set patterns (techniques) Free follow-up after Houkei Calm mind practice. Meditation Sitting zen. Siting meditation Hard techniques. Striking and kicking Soft techniques. Escaping and locking Pressure massage, (i.e. Correcting methods) Technical rank. kyu and dan ranks Philosophical rank, only at dan revel Priesthood rank lead Soul. Mentality Body Wisdom Power. Energy Exercise, Practice Hit the body, (ate - from ateru = to hit, mi = body) Pressure points Cleaning. Work Moving forward Reverse side Right side In side Out side In order In reverse Upper part. Head Middle part. Body Lower part. Legs One hand on one Two hands on two Two hands on one

kakushu maai issokuikken no maai hiki oshi seichusen embusen

Several types Distance between one and another One step-one strike distance Pull-push Center line of oneself Embu line

Common Techniques and Terms That Are Used Often But Not Listed Under the Headline Kihon Characters Pronunciation do geri do zuki dan hangeki seoi nage oten yori okiagari nage no ukemi furiko zuki meuchi zenshin zuki gedan geri soku tou geri doji geri ashi barai ni renko san renko jo chu nirenko jo chu jo sanrenko dan uke ren uke sambo uke English Kick against dou (body protector) Strike against dou (body protector) Block and counter with the same hand Back throw Rolling up from the floor Ukemi when thrown Pendulum strike, (basic strike) Type of urate uchi to the eye with fingers Strike while mowing forward Kick to the legs Side kick, (i.e. Foot edge kick) Kick simultaneously as blocking Leg sweep Two offensive techniques in a row Three offensive techniques in a row Two attacks after each other, first to the head and then to the body Three attacks after each other, first to the head, then to the body and again to the head Several blocks after each other with the same hand Several blocks after each other with different hands Three blocks at the same time; uchi uke, harai uke and hiza uke

Kihon (fundamentals). The fundamentals in shorinji kempo techniques are divided into six groups. These groups are as follows: * tai gamae () - body positions, * sokui ho () - foot and leg placement, * umpo ho () - foot and leg motion, * tai sabaki () - whole body motion, * kogi () -offensive techniques * bogi () - defensive techniques In addition to these six main groups there is a seventh group called shuho ( ) - defensive methods, but these are not practiced as separate techniques. All practice will require the performance of the above six groups. In order to learn the techniques with any skill, one must master the basic components, which make them up. For this practice, knowing the names is essential. To help you to understand the names, the following guides may be helpful; * tai gamae () names always end in gamae () * sokui ho () names always end in dachi (), * umpo ho () names always end in ashi () or soku (),

* tai sabaki () names often end in -mi () or -shin (). Characters 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Pronunciation Tai gamae sei tai gamae tai gamae hiraki gamae byakuren hachi jin gassho gamae manji gamae midare gamae hasso gamae taiki gamae gyaku taiki gamae aiki gamae byakuren chudan gamae giwa kyu jin kesshu gamae ichiji gamae nio gamae chudan gamae gedan gamae gyaku gedan gamae fukko gamae tate muso gamae yoko muso gamae Sokui ho ichi kaisoku dachi heisoku dachi gaku choji dachi hachi ji ashi dachi mae kagi ashi dachi English Body position Both have kaisoku chudan gamae Closed position, (both have the same foot front) Open position, (different foot front) Byakuren eight positions Greeting position Front hand closed, back hand open over the head Front hand open, back hand open in front of the other shoulder. Inviting attack to the head Both hands open, in front of your chest. Inviting attack to the body Both hands open, front hand high around the shoulder and back hand in front of chudan. Inviting attack to the head Reversed Taiki gamae. Front hand in front of chudan and back hand around the shoulder Like hasso gamae but the hands are hold more higher and out from the body, especially the back hand Practice position, both feet parallel, closed hands Giwa 9 positions Left thumb in right hand, feet closed Side position, front hand open, back hand closed Like Ichiji gamae, front hand more to the inside, back hand more to the outside Side position, both hands closed Like Ichiji gamae, front hand turned that the thumb can not be seen from the opponent Reversed Gedan gamae Knee standing position with hands like Ichiji gamae Front hand open under the back arms elbow hold above the other hand Front hand open above the back arms elbow hold parallel to the ground Foot position Placement Parallel feet, shoulder wide Closed feet, heel together, toes 60open Like in chudan gamae, often explained as Re no ji dachi, with feet position in the character Feet open parallel with toes inwards in the character Re no ji dachi with front foot turned so that the heel points slightly forward

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ushiro kagi ashi dachi yoko kagi ashi dachi kosoku dachi tachi kata ku no ji dachi zenkutsu dachi kokutsu dachi neko ashi dachi kiba dachi heima dachi shiko dachi fukko dachi Umpo ho De ashi Fumikomi ashi Maeyose ashi Sashikomi ashi Sashikae ashi Mae chidori ashi Tobikomi ashi Mae kumo ashi Zentensoku Hiki ashi Ushiroyose ashi Jun sagari ashi Hiraki sagari ashi Ushiro chidori ashi Ushiro tobi sagari ashi Ushiro kumo ashi Ko tensoku Yoko ashi Kani ashi Juji ashi Yoko kumo ashi Yoko tensoku Yoko tobi komi ashi

Re no ji dachi with back foot turned outwards like at Gyaku ten shin, etc. Leg crossed, one foot in front of another, front foot toes pointing out to the side in the shape of . legs crossed at Jyuuji ashi or Harai uke, etc. Standing way Knees bent like Weight on the front leg Weight on the back leg cat foot -very hard Kou kutsu dachi, with front foot only on toes Hachi ji dachi with horse riding-like positin Harder Kiba dachi, at Kagi duki or chidori, etc. Sumo position One knee on the ground. Footwork Stepping forward Only one foot stepping forward Back foot to the side or to the back of the front foot Pulling the back foot to the back of the front foot Stepping the back foot in front of the front foot Step diagonally forward Jumping step on the back foot forward (hop) Jumping on the front foot forwards with the back foot followed by the front foot (trot) Jumping on both feet forward Pulling one leg backwards Pulling the front foot to the side or to the front of the back foot First pulling the back foot back followed by the front foot. =Sashikomi ashi to the back Pulling the front foot back of the back foot by shifting and opening the body step diagonally backwards Jumping backwards from Zenkutsu dachi Jumping on back feet backwards Jumping backwards with both feet at the same time Only one feet stepping sideways Both feet stepping sideways. Crab step =Sashikomi ashi to the side Cross step =Sashikae ashi to the side Jumping sideways -Kumo ashi to the side Jumping sideways on both feet at the same time Jumping step sideways =Tobikomi ashi to the side

Tenkai ashi Zen tensoku Gyaku tensoku Han tensoku Nisoku tenkai Tai sabaki Taishin Hidari taishin Migi taishin Hiraki sagari Jun sagari Tobi sagari Irimi Yorimi Hiraki irimi Sashikae irimi Chidori irimi Tobikomi Juji irimi Tenshin Han tenshin Gyaku tenshin Han tenkan Zen tenkan Nisoku han tenshin Sansoku han tenshin Nisoku zen tenkan Sansoku zen tenkan Furimi Yoko furimi Sorimi Hikimi Ryusui Kusshin Fusemi Kaiten shin Mae ukemi Ushiro ukemi Dai sharin Tombogaeri Kaishin Ten kaishin Tobi kaishin

Turning steps Footwork in zen ten kan Footwork in gyaku ten shin Footwork in han ten shin Footwork in 2 steps turning 180 Body movement Moving backwards Moving backwards by left foot hiki ashi Moving backwards by right foot hiki ashi Moving backward by Hiraki sagari ashi Moving backwards by Jun sagari ashi Moving backwards by Ushiro tobi ashi sagari Moving forward / inwards Moving forward with the full body Moving forward and turning the body (=in Kaishin zuki) Moving forward in Sashikae ashi Moving forward with Chidori ashi Moving forward by jumping Moving forward by Juji ashi Body turning Turn the body by pulling the back foot to the back of front foot and face sideways Turn the body by pulling the front foot back of the back foot and face side ways 90turn 180turn Han ten shin in 2 steps (in uwa uke nage) Han ten shin in 3 steps (in Gyaku gote) Zen ten kan in 2 steps (in Katate nage, Senage) Zen ten kan in 3 steps Body swings Stepping one foot sideways and swinging the upper part of the body sideways (in Furiko duki) Pulling the upper part of the body backwards Pulling the belly backwards Kusshin and Furimi Bend knees and drop waist movement to get away from the attacks to the Jodan Very deep ducking with hands or knees on the floor Body rolling Rolling the body forward Rolling the body backwards Cartwheel Somersault The body to the side with one foot movement The body to the side with Kani ashi The body to the side with Kumo ashi

Kogi Tsuki te Tsuki kata Sugu zuki Neji zuki Jun zuki Gyaku zuki Ren zuki Dan zuki Morote zuki Chokusen Choku zuki

Jodan choku zuki Chudan choku zuki Gedan choku zuki

Kagi zuki Age kagi zuki Yoko kagi zuki Tate kagi zuki Ushiro kagi zuki Kyokusen Furi zuki Age furi zuki Sage furi zuki Yoko furi zuki Kaeshi furi zuki Juji furi zuki Ushiro furi zuki Henka zuki Hebi zuki

Offensive Strike Ways of striking Straight strike from Chudan gamae with no elbow pulling back nor fist twisting Strike with fist twisting from palm up to down - Karate basic strike Strike with the fist nearer to the opponent Strike with the fist further to the opponent Several strikes one after another with both fists Several strikes one after another with one fist Strike with both fist at the same time Straight line Very basic strike, way of striking using power of bending and straightening the elbow. Speed is the most important in Choku zuki Choku zuki mainly to the head or to the neck. Strike straight to the Kyuusho with Neji zuki upwards Choku zuki mainly to the chest and the belly. Keep your knees bent well so as not to strike downwards. Choku zuki mainly used after throwing. After you throw your opponent, by bending your knees well, mainly to the head or the chest, strike downwards. Striking with your elbow kept in shape. Use only the power from shoulder and waist twisting. Upper cut in boxing. Kagi zuki from the side Kagi zuki with elbows attached to the body and only shoulders movement, like a piston Kagi zuki used only when hugged from the back, striking back above your shoulder Arc lines Swing strike using palm or Kumade Furi zuki diagonally up against Mikaduki Furi zuki diagonally down against neck Furi zuki from the side like in Hangetsu gaesh Furi zuki using Ura ken, big movement of the shoulder, not the elbow Double Furi zuki with one fist, Shita furi zuki - Kaeshi furi zuki =Tasuki gake Furi zuki to the back against the opponent close behind Not Choku zuki, Kagi zuki, nor Furi zuki. A very special way of striking - Hebi zuki, Wa zuki, Kaeshi zuki. Arc line strike, like a snake jumping to its enemy

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Wa zuki Kaeshi zuki Uchi te Akken uchi Sei ken uchi Ura ken uchi Hira ken uchi Sho ken uchi Dai kento uchi Morote uchi Kaishu uchi Hira te uchi Ura te uchi Shuto uchi Choji uchi Kuma de uchi Tori de uchi Wanto uchi Nai wanto uchi Gai wanto uchi Wankotsu uchi Kiri te Shuto giri

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Hira ken giri Wanto giri Hiji ate

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Age hiji ate Yoko hiji ate Uchi hiji ate Sage hiji ate

Similar to Dan zuki, but fist movement circular Strike diagonally from inside to the outside Strikes done mainly by fist, Shutou, Wantou 6 types of Uchi te with the fist mainly to the head or to the neck Akken uchi with the right fist = Sei ken Akken uchi with the back side of the fist =Ura ken Akken uchi with palm side of the fist = Hira ken Akken uchi with the little finger side = Sho ken Akken uchi with the forefinger knuckle Akken uchi with both hands folded like when preying 6 types of Uchi te with open hands Kaishu uchi with palm = Slap Kaishu uchi with the back side of the palm = Me uchi Kaishu uchi with the edge on little finger side Kaishu uchi with Choji (betweenthumb and forefinger) = as used in Uchi nuki Kaishu uchi with Kuma de mainly to the nose Kaishu uchi with Tori de 3 types of Uchi te with arm between elbow and wrist Wanto uchi with thumb side arm = inside Wanto uchi with little finger side arm = outside Wanto uchi with back side of the palm, joint bone of the wrist Using hand as cutting something Using the palm edge on the little finger side =Shuto, Kirite with the elbow always bent, image push-cutting, mainly to the neck Using the palm side = Hira ken, Kirite the Kyuusho of face from outside to the inside Kirite with the little finger side arm, image push-cutting 5 types of striking with the sharp point of bent elbow, very powerful used when close. Palm down when elbow straight, as you bend elbow twist palm up, and Hiji ate. Hiji ate upwards mainly to Mikazuki or Suigetsu. Hiji ate sideways. Striking with upper part of the elbow, effective when opponent try head batting Hiji ate downwards mainly to the back when opponents head is around your

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Ushiro hiji ate Keri kata Jun geri Gyaku geri Sashi komi geri Sashi kae geri Tenshin geri Gyaku tenshin geri Han tenshin geri Juji geri Nidan geri Ren geri Tobi komi geri Tobi geri Tobi ren geri Juji tobi geri Tenkai ren geri Keri waza Choku sen Keri age Keri komi

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Uchi geri Kinteki geri Yoko geri Ushiro geri Kyokusen Mawashi geri Kaeshi geri Furi geri Mikazuki geri Kari ashi Kyakuto gari Ushiro kakato gari

waist Hiji ate to the back mainly to Sanmai or to Suigetsu when hugged from the back Ways of kicking Kick with the near foot to the opponent Kick with the further foot to the opponent Kick after Sashikomi ashi Kick after Sashikae ashi Kick after Tenshin Kick after Gyaku tenshin Kick after Han tenshin Kick one opponent on one foot and then Jyuji ashi (Cross legs) and kick another opponent on another foot on the other side Two kicks one after another with same foot Several kicks one after another with different feet Kicking after jumping step forward Kick while jumping high. Do not keep balance by arms, keep Kamae right Several kicks with both feet in Tobi geri As like Jyuji geri but jumping when Jyuji ashi Keri age followed by a spinning kick Kicking techniques Straight line Kicking upwards when opponents body is bent forward. Use mainly the power of the knee. Kicking slightly downwards when opponents body is either straight or slightly bent backwards. Pull knee high, kick and pull back quick so as not to be Fumi geri Kicking only by the power of the knee like hitting, when opponent being very close or thrown on the ground Kick to the testicles with the instep like slapping Kicking sideways with Sokuto = foot edge, little finger side, or Sokutei = whole bottom part of foot Kicking backwards, kick away Arc line Round kick to Sanmai Kicking from inside to outside used for 1st kick in Nidan geri or Kinteki geri Swing kick mainly with instep or ankle. When very close, with knee High kick to Mikazuki from side to upwards Reap foot Kari ashi using back side of the leg from heel to the back knee, to the opponents back knee or bottom part of the legs Same as Kyakuto gari, but using the heel

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Sokuto gari Nai sokuto gari Sokutei gari Fumi ashi Fumi geri Fumi tsuke Fumi kiri Hiza ate Age hiza ate Yoko hiza ate Fumi hiza ate Zu tsuki Zento uchi Koto uchi Ohto uchi Tai atari Kata atari Tai atari Bogi Uwa uke Shita uke Uchi uke Soto uke Uchi age uke Uchi otoshi uke Uchi harai uke Sukui uke Oshi uke (soto, uchi) Ue juji uke

Kari ashi from the side or back to the back knee with foot edge on little finger side = Sokuto Kari ashi when Sotai, with inside foot edge = Nai sokuto to San in ko Kari ashi with bottom part of foot = Sokutei, like Ashibarai inJudo Trample foot Push-trample kick, no speed, but powerful Trample on opponents part of body so as not to move Trample-cut opponents foot with foot edge on little finger side = Sokuto Knee attack Hiza ate upwards, to Suigetsu or Mae sanmai Hiza ate sideways, like Mawashigeri with knee Trample-down with a knee to opponent on ground after being thrown Head butt Zu tsuki with forehead, against Nichigetsu, Sankaku, Sango, etc. Zu tsuki with backside of the head, against opponents face that attacked from the back Zu tsuki with side of the head, used when too close even to Zu tsuki. Swing head so as to attack Sango Body attack Tai atari with either shoulders to push away with full power of the body Similar to Kata ate, but with arms folded before your body and push away with chest and belly Defensive Upward block in front of the face (open hand) Uke = receive Downward block in front of the stomach (open hand) Inside block in front of the face (open hand) Outside block with arm right-angle to the ground in front of the face (closed hand) Hit upward block with arm parallel to the ground in front of the face (closed hand) Hit downward block in front of the face (closed hand or Shutou) Hit-sweep block using arm under elbow (closed hand) Scoop up block, scoop opponents Mawashi geri with Tai sabaki (open hand) Push block, inside and outside, effective for Furi zuki Upward cross block (closed hands or Kumade with palms up)

Yoko juji uke Shita juji uke Ken uke Harai uke Hangetsu uke Niren bo Hiza uke Keri dome Fumi dome Sanren bo Hasami uke

Sideways cross block, one hand Uchi uke, the other Harai uke at the same time, (open hands) Downward cross block (closed hands or Shutou) Fist block, effective when Kinteki geri Sweep block in front of stomach using full arm from the shoulder Block to capture opponents Tsuki te with wrist bent inwards = Hebi te drawing circle in front of the face Two combination defense of Tennou ken, one hand Uwa uke, the other Shita uke Knee block, with leg under the knee to ankle Kicking block to the opponents kick with Sokuto or Zen soku tei Stopping opponents kick or movement by trampling on Three combination defense originally named Sanboujin with Yoko jyuji uke and hiza uke Scissors bloce against opponents kick, one hand Shita uke and the other Sukui uke keeping hold of the leg in between your arms

Note: nio uke () is the simultaneously performance of soto uke and uchi uke Tai sabaki Kaishin uke Furimi uke Sorimi uke Hikimi uke Ryusui uke Kusshin uke Fusemi uke Tenshin uke Shuho Kagite shuho Tsuitate shuho Sankaku shuho Konoha shuho Choji shuho Kubi jime shuho Defense of the body movement Open body defense, when attacked to the head. Usually used with hand defense Swing body defense, when attacked to the head. Both left and right Bending backward defense, when attacked to the head Pulling stomach defense, when attacked to the stomach Ducking upper part of the body and swaying defense, when attacked to the head Ducking defense with bending knee deep, usually used with Ryusui Ducking defense with hands on the floor Defense by turning the body, usually used with hand blocks Defensive methods Locked arm defense with your elbow Straight arm defense Tsuitate = standing screen Triangle defense Leaf defense against finger attacks, by pinching thumb and middle finger Defense against Choji, higher Kagite so that the opponent can not use Choji Defense against choking = Kubijime, ducking chin to your chest

Hagai shuho

Defense against being arms locked from the back = Hagai jime

Parts of the Body Used in Attacks and Defense Characters Pronunciation Kobo youki 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Te no bu Akken Sei ken Ura ken Hira ken Sho ken Nai sho Dai kento Ippon ken Kaishu Hira te Ura te Shuto Nai shuto Ippon tsuno de Nihon tsuno de Yonhon tsuno de Choji te Henshu Kuma de Tora de Tori de Kani te Maki basami Wan bu Wanto Nai wanto Hiji Hebi te Ura tekubi

English Parts of the body used in attacks and defense Hand parts Fist Correct fist with thumb folded on top of forefinger and middle finger Backside of the fist Palm side of the fist with thumb next to the forefinger 2nd joint Little finger side edge of Akken Thumb side edge of Hira ken First joint of forefinger in Sei ken Either middle finger or forefinger poked out so as to use for pressure-point attack or light strikes Open hand Open hand, palm side Open hand, back side Open hand, little finger side edge Open hand, thumb side edge with thumb bent deep using bottom part of forefinger One finger, either thumb or forefinger Two fingers, either thumb and forefinger or forefinger and middle finger Four fingers, all but thumb. Sometimes 2nd joint bent Between thumb and forefinger first joint Special hands Bear hand, all fingers half bent to use palm to strike or push Tiger hand, all fingers bent slightly to grab or strike Bird hand, all fingers straight all together like a birds peak to peck in Crab hand, Thumb and forefinger or middle finger to grab and pinch Roll-nip the 2nd joint of thumb with forefinger to grab opponents ear, finger and other special muscle Arm part Arm part from wrist to elbow, little finger side edge Arm part from wrist to elbow, thumb side edge Elbow, used usually bent on the sharp point Snake hand, open hand with hand bent inwards to use the line from the palm to the wrist Back side of the wrist when Hebi te to use

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Ashi no bu Ashi Tsumasaki Zen sokutei Kakato Ushiro kakato Ashi no ura Sokuto Nai sokuto Sokko (ashi no ko) Kyaku bu Hizagashira Kyakuto Gai kyakuto Karada Atama Zentokotsu Kotokotsu Oto (Yoko atama) Me Ha Kozetsu Koe Kao Karada Kata Se Koshi Hara

the sharp point of the wrist Foot part Foot Toe Nearest part to the fingers of the sole of the foot (front part of the sole) Heel Back heel, sharp point under Achilless tendon Sole of the foot Little finger side edge of the foot Thumb side edge of the foot Instep Leg part Knee -upper part to kick, lower part to pressure-push Back side of the leg, from Achilless tendon to the back of the knee Outer edge of the leg, from outside ankle to the outside knee Body part Head Forehead Back of the head Side of the head Eyes (to see) Teeth (to bite) Mouth and tongue (to spit) Voice (to speak, to yell) Face (to express) Body Shoulders Back Waist Stomach

Jitsugi wordlist Sankyu Characters

Pronunciation Goho Ryusui geri Uchi uke zuki Uwa uke geri Uwa uke zuki Shita uke geri Shita uke jun geri Tsuki ten ichi

English Ryusui = stream, geri = kick Uchi = inside, uke = block (i.e. Receive), zuki = strike Uwa = up, uke = block, geri = kick Uwa = up, uke = block, zuki = strike Shita = down, uke = block, geri = kick Shita = down, uke = block, jun = fore, geri =kick Tsuki = strike, ten = heaven (here meaning that the technique belongs to the group tenno ken), ichi =one

Juho Ude juji gatame Tate gassho gatame Kote nuki Gyaku gote Mae yubi gatame Katate yori nuki Ryote yori nuki Maki nuki (katate, ryote) Katate okuri gote Okuri yubi dori yori ren ko

Ude = arm, juji = cross, gatame = lock Tate = standing, gassho = greeting, gatame = lock Kote = wrist, nuki = escape Gyaku = reverse, gote = kote = wrist Mae = in front of, yubi = finger, gatame = lock Katate = one hand, yori = go towards, nuki =escape Ryote = two hands, yori = go towards, nuki =escape Maki = roll, nuki = escape, (katate = one hand, ryote= two hands) Katate = one hand, okuri = send, gote = wrist Okuri = send, yubi = finger, dori = grip, yori= "from-to", renko = take in / transport somebody Okuri = send, maki = roll, tembin = balance

Okuri maki tembin

Hokei tan en (single form). Tenchi ken dai ikkei Tenchi = heaven and earth, ken = fist, dai = Number, ikkei =first formation Ryuou ken dai ikkei Ryuou = dragon king, ken = fist, dai = Number ikkei = first formation Giwa ken dai ikkei Giwa = Justice and peace, ken = fist, dai = Number ikkei = first formation

Nikyu Characters

Pronunciation Goho Tenshin geri Uchi uke geri Yoko tenshin geri Han tenshin geri Juji uke geri Tsubame gaeshi Chidori gaeshi, kari ashi Juho Kiri nuki (uchi, soto) Juji nuki (katate, ryote)

English Tenshin = turn the body, geri = kick Uchi = inside, uke = block, geri = kick Yoko= side, tenshin = turn the body, geri = kick Han = half, tenshin = turn the body, geri = kick Juji = cross, uke = block, geri = kick Tsubame = swallow, gaeshi = return Chidori = plover, gaeshi = return, kari = reap, ashi = leg Kiri = cut, nuki = escape, (uchi = inside, soto =outside) Juji = cross, nuki = escape, (katate = one hand, ryote= two hands) Gassho = greeting, nuki = escape Juji = cross, gote = wrist, (katate = one hand, ryote= two hands) Juji = cross, gatame = lock Ryaku = abbreviate, juji = cross, gote = wrist

Gassho nuki Juji gote (katate, ryote), Juji gatame Ryaku juji gote

Ryote okuri gote ura gatame Ude ushiro nejiri age Kiri kaeshi nuki (katate, morote) Sankaku nuki Kiri gote (katate, morote)

Ryote = two hands, okuri = send, gote = wrist, ura = backside, gatame = lock Ude = arm, ushiro = back, nejiri = twist, age = up Kiri = cut, kaeshi = return, nuki = escape, (katate = one hand, morote = with both hands) Sankaku = triangle, nuki = escape Kiri = cut, gote = wrist, (katate = one hand, morote = with both hands)

Hokei tan en (single form). Giwa ken dai ikkei, ni kei Giwa = Justice and peace, ken = fist, dai = Number ikkei = first formation, nikei = second formation Tenchi ken dai ikkei - dai ni Tenchi = heaven and earth, ken = fist, dai kei = Number, ikkei =first formation, nikei = second formation Byakuren ken dai ikkei Byakuren = white lotus, ken = fist, dai = Number, ikkei =first formation Hokei sotai (pair form). Tenchi ken dai ikkei sotai Tenchi = heaven and earth, ken = fist, dai = Number, ikkei =first formation, sotai = pair form

Ikkyu Characters

Pronunciation Goho Soto uke zuki Soto uke geri Oshi uke zuki (soto) Kusshin zuki Kusshin geri Juho Johaku nuki (katate, ryote) Oshi kiri nuki Johaku dori Gyaku gote ura gaeshi nage Ura gatame Sode nuki Sode dori Sode maki Sode maki tembin Eri nuki Ude maki Kata muna otoshi

English Soto = outside, uke = block, zuki = strike Soto = outside, uke = block, geri = kick Oshi = push, uke = block, zuki= strike, (soto = outside) Kusshin = duck, zuki = strike Kusshin = duck, geri = kick Johaku = upper arm, nuki = escape, (katate = one hand, ryote = two hands) Oshi = push, kiri = cut, nuki = escape Johaku = upper arm, dori = grip Gyaku = reverse, gote = wrist, ura = backside, gaeshi = return, nage = throw Ura = backside, gatame = lock Sode = sleeve, nuki = escape Sode = sleeve, dori = grip Sode = sleeve, maki = roll Sode = sleeve, maki = roll, tembin = balance Eri = collar, nuki = escape Ude = arm, maki = roll Kata = one, muna = chest, otoshi = fall down Eri = collar, juji = cross

Eri juji Hokei tan en (single form). Tenchi ken dai ikkei - yon kei Tenchi = heaven and earth, ken = fist, dai

Giwa ken dai ikkei, ni kei Ryuo ken dai ikkei

Hokei sotai (pair form). Tenchi ken dai ikkei, dai ni kei Tenchi = heaven and earth, ken = fist, dai = Number, ikkei =first formation, nikei = second formation Giwa ken dai ikkei Giwa = Justice and peace, ken = fist, dai = Number ikkei = first formation, soutai = pair form Shodan Characters

= Number, ikkei =first formation, yon kei = forth formation Giwa = Justice and peace, ken = fist, dai = Number ikkei = first formation, nikei = second formation Ryuou = dragon king, ken = fist, dai = Number ikkei = first formation

Pronunciation Goho Kinteki geri hiza uke nami gaeshi

English

Kinteki = bulls eye(i.e. Gold target, testicles), geri = kick, hiza = knee, uke = block, nami = wave, gaeshi = return Gyaku geri hiza uke nami Gyaku = reverse, geri = kick, hiza = knee, gaeshi uke = block, nami = wave, gaeshi = return Mawashi geri sambo uke nami Mawashi = round, geri = kick, sambo = gaeshi three defence, uke = block, nami = wave, gaeshi = return Harai uke geri Harai = sweep, uke = block, geri = kick Furi ten ni Furi = swing, ten = heaven, ni = two Keri ten san Keri = kick, ten = heaven, san = three Tsuki ten san Tsuki = strike, ten = heaven, san = three Juho Nidan nuki Nidan = two steps, nuki = escape Oshi gote (katate, ryote), Oshi = push, gote = wrist Kannuki gatame Kannuki = bolt, gatame = lock Katate oshi nuki Katate = one hand, oshi = push, nuki = escape Kote maki gaeshi Kote = wrist, maki = roll, gaeshi = return Ude gyaku dori Ude = arm, gyaku = reverse, dori = grip Morote hiki nuki Morote = with both hands, hiki = pull, nuki = escape Maki gote (katate, morote), Maki = roll, gote = wrist, (katate = one hand, morote = with both hands) Tembin gatame (ura) Tembin = balance, gatame = lock, (ura = backside) Ura gatame Ura = backside, gatame = lock Morote juji nuki Morote = with both hands, juji = cross, nuki = escape Morote juji gote, Morote = with both hands, juji = cross, gote = wrist Juji gatame Juji = cross, gatame = lock Hokei tan en (single form). Tenchi ken dai ikkei - rokkei Tenchi = heaven and earth, ken = fist, dai = Number, ikkei =first formation, rokkei = sixth formation

Byakuren ken dai ikkei Ryuo ken dai ikkei Giwa ken dai ikkei, ni kei

Byakuren = white lotus, ken = fist, dai = Number, ikkei =first formation Ryuou = dragon king, ken = fist, dai = Number ikkei = first formation Giwa = Justice and peace, ken = fist, dai = Number ikkei = first formation, nikei = second formation

Hokei sotai (pair form). Tenchi ken dai ikkei, dai ni kei Tenchi = heaven and earth, ken = fist, dai sotai = Number, ikkei =first formation, nikei = second formation, sotai =pair form Byakuren ken dai ikkei sotai Byakuren = white lotus, ken = fist, dai = Number, ikkei =first formation, sotai =pair form Ryuo ken dai ikkei sotai Ryuou = dragon king, ken = fist, dai = Number ikkei = first formation sotai =pair form Giwa ken dai ikkei sotai Giwa = Justice and peace, ken = fist, dai = Number ikkei = first formation, sotai =pair form

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