Gankaku Sho - Shotokan Kata

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Gankaku Sho - Shotokan Kata

This page provides details for Shotokan Karate kata - Gankaku Sho. This is an advanced Shotokan kata.

However, be aware that this kata is not used by all Shotokan schools & organizations. It should also not be confused with the more widely practiced Shotokan Karate Kata - Gankaku.

For additional kata (i.e. Heian Shodan), please visit the wiki section on Shotokan Karate Katas.

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