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Katas

The style “Sei Shin Ryu” has katas of the three big blocks of Okinawa: Shuri, Tomari and Naha. They also contain Chinese origin katas.

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1. AGE-TE OR YODAN-UKE
2. JARAI-TE OR GUEDAN-BARAI
3. SOTO-UKE / UCHI-UKE
4. SHUTO-UKE
5. SUKUI-UKE OR TE
6. KURI-TE (UKE)
7. KAKE-TE (UKE)
8. URA-TE (UKE)
9. OSAE-TE (UKE)
10. WA-UKE
11. ZYUZI-UKE

anciently called “CHAN-NAN

12. PINAN-SHYO-DAN (2nd HEIAN)
In the epoch of Master FUNAKOSI, the order of SHYO-DAN and NI-DAN was changed, due to the level of difficulty.
13. PINAN-NI-DAN (1st HEIAN)
14. PINAN-SAN-DAN (3rd HEIAN)
15. PINAN-YO-DAN (4th HEIAN)
16. PINAN-GO-DAN (5th HEIAN)

17. SHYO-DAN
18. NI-DAN
19. SAN-DAN (KONISHI, INAGAKI AND ITOSU)
20. YO-DAN
21. GO-DAN
-Master KIKUCHI finished the 4th and the 5th following Master KONISHI’S philosophy.-

22. SHINPA (Mº KONISHI)
23. SEIRYU (AOYAGI) Meaning: Green Willow. For men.
Masters. Mabuni, Konishi, Motobu.
24. SEIRYU (AOYAGI) Meaning: Green Willow. For women.
Masters. Mabuni, Konishi, Motobu.
25. WANKAN ( Matsu-kaze) Mº Mabuni.
26. WANSU
27. ROJAI-MATSUMURA
28. ROJAI SHYO-DAN
29. ROJAI NI-DAN
30. ROJAI SAN-DAN.(In Shoto-kan MEIKYO)
31. ROJAI-ITOSU (especial)
32. SEI-RU (ZYU-ROKU) (Mº Mabuni).
33. AANANCO. Unknown Master.
34. PASSAI-DAI (BASSAI-DAI)
35. PASSAI-SHYO
36. PASSAI-TAWADA-MATSUMURA-
(Mº Itosu ISHIMINE-KIYABU).
37. PASSAI-TOMARI-TE, PASSAI OBIDOMARI
38. NAIFANCHIN SYO-DAN
39. NAIFANCHIN NI-DAN
40. NAIFANCHIN SAN-DAN
41. ZEN-GO ITUSEN NO NAIFAN- CHIN SYO-DAN
42. ZEN-GO ITUSEN NO NAIFAN- CHIN NI-DAN
43. ZEN-GO ITUSEN NO NAIFAN- CHIN SAN-DAN
44. NISEI-SHI. Nizyu-shijo (Mº Aragaki).
45. ZION
46. ZIIN
47. KUSANKU-DAI (KOSYO-KUN)
48. KUSANKU-SYO (KOSYO-KUN)
49. SHI-HO KUSANKU (KOSYO-KUN)
50. CHATAN YARA-KUSANKU (Shoto-kan “kanku”)
51. ZITTE
52. USEI-SHI (Goyu-Shiho) (Mº Mabuni).
53. UNSHU(UNSU) (Mº Aragaki).
54. CHINTO (Mº MATSUMURA and ITOSU).
55. MIOYO (Mº Mabuni). For women.

56. GEKISAI DAI CHI
57. GEKISAI DAI NI
58. GEKISAI DAI SAN
59. GEKI-HA
60. SAIFA
61. SANCHIN (Mº HIGAONA KANRYO).
62. TENSYO (Mº HIGAONA KANRYO).
63. SEI-PAI (YU-HACHI, HANGETSU).
64. SEISAN (Mº OSHIRO SYRI-TE).
65. SEIENCHIN (SEY-YUN-CHIN)
66. KURURUNFA

67. TENNO-KATA
68. CHINO-KATA (Mº GYUZIN FUNAKOSHI)
69. ZINNO-KATA
70. TAIGYOKU 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
71. WANSYU
72. ZIEN
73. ENPI (Mº Itosu and Mº Matsumura).
74. HANGETSU
75. CHINTO. Genkaku (Mº Aragaki).
76. CHINTE (As self-defense)
77. NIPAPPO
78. SO-CHIN (Mº ARAGAKI).
79. SANSEIRU
80. SHISOCHIN
81. PAPUREN
82. JAUJA
83. SANSEIPAI (SANZYU-HACHI).
84. BENCYURIN, SUPARIMPAI O IPPIYAKU.
85. SIN-SEI (Chinese Kenpo origin).

SHURI  NAHA
Pinan or Heian
Taisabaki
Wansu
Passai-Dai
Sei-Ryu or Aoyagi
Sei-ru or Jyu-Roku
Zengo Itsen
Naifanchin (1st, 2nd and 3rd)
Jitte or zytte
Ni-sei-shi or Niyu-siho
Koshokun-kushanku-Kanku
Useishi or Goyusiho
Chinto or Genkaku
Wansyu Enpi (In Shoto-Kan)
Nipa-Po
Zion
Ziin
Zien
Shinpa
Geki-sai-Daichi
Geki-sai-Daini
Sanchin
Seipai
Seienchin
Saifa
Ten-Sho
Sei-San
Shi-Sho-Chin
San-Sei-Ru
So-chin
Benchiu-Rin or Suparinpei
Un-shu or Un-syu
TOMARI CHINESSE ORIGIN
Aananko
Wan-dau
Rohai
Wan-kan or Matsu kaze
Wansyu
Pa-Pai
Papuren
Haku-Chio
Happu-Ren

Origin of katas Shuri-teTomari-te and Naha-te

Pinan o Heian Peace and calm.
Rohai 
Clear mirror to reflect in a mirror.
Wansu 
name of a Chinese attaché.
Passai o Bassai dai 
to cross the wal.
Sei ru o Jyu roku 
16 steps.
Sei ryu o Aoyagi 
Tree of the green willow.
Naifanchin o Tetki 
Sideward fight.
Jitte o Jyute 
ten hands.
Aananko 
Southern light.
Niseishi o Niyushijo 
24 steps.
Sei-pai 
18 steps.
Seienchin o Seiyunchin:
Storm in the hill.
Zion 
name or sound of the temple (probably Tomari-te).
Koshokun-Dai/Kushanku o Kanku 
greeting to the moon.
Useishi/Goyusiho 
54 steps.
San-chin 3 fights. Advance
3 steps.
Saifa 
The point of final break. 
Zin/Zien 
Temple ground.
Ten-sho 
Change of hand.
Sei-San 
13 steps
Kuru-runfa 
17 steps. Waves come and stay. 
Shi-Sochin 
19 steps. 4 monks combining (fighting). 
San-sei-ru 
36 steps.
Un-Shu o Unsyu
 hand in the clouds.
Chinto/Genkaku 
fight eastward.
Chinte
 
the hand that wins or triangle hand.
So-chin 
Fighting, elder, or deep root. Great reward. 
Benchiu-Rin /Hiyaku-Hachi Suparinpai 
108 steps.

Chinese Kenpo origin

Pa-Pai 88 steps.
Papuren 
8 steps to the temple.
Haku-Chyo 
Withe birth.
Nipa-Po 
28 steps.

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