Ten no kata (天の形)

Ten no kata (天の形) - "Kata of Heaven" ("Небесная форма").

Ten no kata was most probably created by Funakoshi Yoshitaka. Possibly Funakoshi Gichin and some other karateka (??? Egami Shigeru, Hironishi Genshin, Kugimiya Y. (I am still trying to find the first name) ???) have worked on this form. Ten no kata was created in the late 1930s and definitely before 1941, as in 1941 the foldout "Dai Nihon Karate Do Ten no Kata" ("Great Japan Karate Do, Ten no Kata") was published as a supplement to that year's edition "Karate-Dô Kyohan" by Funakoshi Gichin.

Taikyoku (太極) kata

Taikyoku (太極):
tai (太) - big, great
kyoku (太極) - 1) end (substantive), pole (substantive); 2) extreme (adjective); 3) "go to the end" (verb), "study thoroughly" (verb), "carry to extremes" (verb).

There exist three original Taikyoku kata: Taikyoku Shodan, Taikyoku Nidan, Taikyoku Sandan.

Karate Dôjô Freiburg: Kata Training des Ryôzanpaku Tigers, 20 Uhr, Merian-Schule‏

Ryôzanpaku Tiger's kata training is temporary cancelled until further notice.

This is a training, which used to take place in Karate Dôjô Freiburg, on Friday, 20:00, in Merian-Schule‏. Bunkai, oyo and henka are the core parts of Ryôzanpaku Tiger's kata training. Partner work usually takes the biggest part of the training time.

Wankan (王冠)

Wankan (王冠)

Ji'in (慈蔭)

Ji'in (慈蔭) - the name can be written down in two ways, thus, leading to two different translations:
寺院 - "Temple Grounds" - "Земли храма"
慈陰 - "Love [and] Shadow" - "Любовь и тень"


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