Instructions for Iaido Kata - Soete Tsuki (Iaido Kata 9)

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Instructions for Iaido Kata - Soete Tsuki (Iaido Kata 9)

This page provides details for the Iaido kata - Soete Tsuki (or Kyuhon-Me Soete Tsuki). This is also known as Iaido kata 9. Soete Tsuki is a standing Iaido kata (versus one of the initial four sitting katas in Iaido).

For information on other Iaido kata, please visit the main Iaido Katas section. If you are searching for other katas (i.e. Kendo), please visit the main Katas section.

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