Shorin-ryu is a fighting system of karate with self-mastery as its primary goal and practical self-defense as its primary aim. The Hanshi, or “master instructor”, of our Shorin-ryu Kensankai karate is Doug Perry, 9th degree black belt. Sensei Doug. Bunkai - The application of a move in a kata. Bushi - Warrior. Bushido - Way of the warrior-C-Chudan - Middle area. Chudan uke - Middle block-D-Dachi - Stance. Dai (Dai Ichi) - Number. Dai (Passai Dia) - Greater, major. Dai sempai - Most senior student. Dan - Black belt rank. Deashibarai - Forward foot sweep. Denwa - Telephone. Do - The way or.
In everyday practice, no kata is bound to the performance kata type, but practice is carried out in various ways depending on training task and skill level. However, there is the similarity that all the mentioned martial arts also have one kind of performance kata. The Gōjū-ryū and Uechi-ryū were created in modern Okinawa. Kata Syllabus of Shotokan vs. Shorin-ryu Based Karate Styles Shotokan Shotokai* Shito-ryu Wado-ryu Kobayashi-ryu Matsubayashi-ryu Kyudokan Chito-ryu Isshin-ryu Shorinkan Shidokan Shudokan Keishinkan Seibukan ... Kata listed in blue could not be verified from multiple sources. Some sources listed them in the syllabus and others did not.
The Shorin-ryu version of Passai bears a close resemblance to Oyadomari no Passai, and is a much softer kata than Shotokan's Bassai dai. Further evidence that Passai has roots in Tomari city is that Passai dai starts with the right fist covered by the left hand, like other kata thought to have originated there, such as Jutte , Jion , Jiin and.