Instructions for Chi No Kata - International Hayashi-Ha Shito-Ryu Kata

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Instructions for Chi No Kata - International Hayashi-Ha Shito-Ryu Kata

This page will help you to learn Chi No, one of the International Hayashi-Ha Shito-Ryu katas. This kata is also known as Chino. For additional Shito-Ryu Karate katas, please visit the main Shito-Ryu Karate Katas page.

If you have a question regarding a particular movement, please check with your instructor as katas can vary between different Shito-Ryu schools and organizations. If you need help with other Karate techniques (i.e. stances, kicks and strikes), please visit the main Karate section.

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Video of International Hayashi-Ha Shito-Ryu Kata - Chi No Kata

Written Kata Instructions

  • Musubi Dachi
  • Heiko Dachi
  • Stepping 45 degrees forward with right foot, turning 90 degrees left, left foot forward zenkutsu dachi age uke
  • Stepping forward with right foot forward ½ zenkutsu dachi oizuki
  • Stepping backward with right foot, turning 90 degrees right shiko dachi, left hand gedan barai
  • Stepping 45 degrees forward with left foot, turning 90 degrees right, right foot forward zenkutsu dachi age uke
  • Stepping forward with left foot forward ½ zenkutsu dachi oizuki
  • Stepping backward with left foot, turning 90 degrees left shiko dachi, right hand gedan barai
  • Stepping forward with left foot zenkutsu dachi soto uke
  • Stepping forward with right foot zenkutsu dachi soto uke
  • Left side Mae Geri, landing left foot forward zenkutsu dachi, left side tate empi
  • Stepping backward with right foot, turning 90 degrees right shiko dachi, left hand gedan barai
  • Stepping 45 degrees forward with right foot, turning 90 degrees left, left foot forward zenkutsu gyakuzuki KIAI
  • Stepping backward with right foot, turning 90 degrees right, heiko dachi, right hand yoko shuto uchi
  • Turning 90 degrees right stepping forward with left foot zenkutsu dachi, soto uke
  • Right side Mae Geri, landing right foot forward zenkutsu dachi, right side tate empi
  • Stepping backward with left foot, turning 90 degrees left shiko dachi, right hand gedan barai
  • Stepping 45 degrees forward with left foot, turning 90 degrees right, right foot forward gyakuzuki KIAI
  • Stepping back with left foot, turning 90 degrees left, heiko dachi left hand yoko shuto uchi
  • Turning 90 degrees left, stepping 45 degrees back with left foot, right foot forward zenkutsu dachi, morote zuki - left hand jodan gyakuzuki, right hand gedan zuki
  • Stepping up with left foot next to right foot and bringing both fists to rest on right hip
  • Stepping back with right foot, left foot forward zenkutsudachi, morote zuki – right hand jodan gyakuzuki, left hand gedan zuki, KIAI
  • Stepping back with left foot hekio dachi
  • Musubi dachi
  • Rei




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References

  1. International Hayashi-ha Shito-ryu Karate-do Federation, Our Katas, http://www.internationalshitoryu.com/aboutus/our-katas/, Added - 05/05/14
  2. Kata instructions provided courtesy of Cacabelos, http://cacabelos.us/WSKOkatas.html, Copyright © Cacabelos 2003 All Rights Reserved. No part of this information may be reproduced without Cacabelos 's express consent. Added - 06/01/14


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