Instructions for Asai Kata - Kokutsu-Dachi-No-Kata

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Instructions for Asai Kata - Kokutsu-Dachi-No-Kata

This page provides details for the Asai kata known as Kokutsu-Dachi-No-Kata. This Karate kata is focused on the Kokutsu Dachi (Back Stance).

Kokutsu-Dachi-No-Kata was created by Tetsuhiko Asai, the founder of the International Japan Martial Arts Karate Asai-ryu (IJKA) and Japan Karate Shoto-Renmei (JKS). Kokutsu-Dachi-No-Kata is used by a limited number of Shotokan Karate organizations such as the IJKA.

For other Asai kata, please visit the main Asai Katas section. For the traditional 26 Shotokan Kata, please visit the Shotokan Karate Katas section.

Instructions for Technique

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Demonstration Video for Asai Kata - Kokutsu-Dachi-No-Kata








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