SHURI-TE KATA  

 

 
Japanese (Shotokan Style)					Okinawan/Chinese (Shorin-Ryu Style) 
1. Henan Shodan	[means: Peaceful Mind]				Pinan Shodan (Bin-an) 
2. Henan Nidan	     			    			Pinan Nidan
3. Henan Sandan							Pinan Sandan
4. Henan Yondan							Pinan Yondan
5. Henan Godan							Pinan Godan
6. Tekki Ichi [means: Horse Riding]					Naihanchi Shodan 
7. Tekki Ni							Naihanchi Nidan
8. Tekki San							Naihanchi Sandan
9. Bassai Dai [means: To Penetrate A Fortress] 				Passai Dai 
10. Kanku Dai [means To Look At The Sky]				Kusanku Dai [means: A Chinese Diplomat & Boxer]
11. Jutte [means: Ten Hands]						Jutte 
12. Jion	[means: Temple Sound]					Jion
13. Hangetsu [means: Half-Moon]					Seishan [means: Thirteen Steps]
14. Empi [means: Flying Swallow]					Wanshu
15. Sochin [means: The Grand Prize]					Sochin
16. Nijushiho [means: Twenty Four Steps]				Neiseishi
17. Meikyo [means: Vision of a White Heron]				Rohai
18. Chinte [means: Extraordinary Hands]					Chinte
19. Gankaku [means: Crane On A Rock]					Chinto [means: Fighting To The East]
20. Gojushiho Dai [means: Fifty Four Steps]				Useishi Dai [means: The Phoenix]
21. Unsu [means: Cloud Hands]					Unsu

 

Duplicate Kata Variations:
22. Bassai Sho							Passai Sho
23. Kanku Sho							Kusanku Sho
24. Gojushiho Sho							Useishi Sho

 

Beginning Level Kata:
25. Taikyoku Shodan [means: First Cause]
26. Taikyoku Nidan 
27. Taikyoku Sandan 
28. Ten No Kata

 

				TOMARI-TE KATA
1. Rohai
2. Wansu
3. Wankuan
4. Wandduan