How To Count In Japanese For Karate

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How To Count In Japanese For Karate

This page will help you to count in Japanese for Karate. We have listed the primary Japanese numbers used in Karate for training purposes such as stretching and katas. We have also added a video where you can hear the proper pronunciation of these Japanese numbers.

For other Karate terms (i.e. Japanese names for kicks and punches), visit the Karate Terminology page.

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Karate Numbers - Counting In Japanese During Karate

  • One - Ichi
  • Two - Ni
  • Three - San
  • Four - Shi
  • Five - Go
  • Six - Roku
  • Seven - Shichi
  • Eight - Hachi
  • Nine - Kyu
  • Ten - Juu
  • Eleven - Juu Ichi
  • Twelve - Juu Ni
  • Thirteen - Juu San
  • Fourteen - Juu Shi
  • Fifteen - Juu Go
  • Sixteen - Juu Roku
  • Seventeen - Juu Shichi
  • Eighteen - Juu Hachi
  • Nineteen - Juu Kyu
  • Twenty - Ni Juu
  • Thirty - San Juu
  • Forty - Shi Juu
  • Fifty - Go Juu
  • Hundred - Hyaku
  • Two Hundred - Ni Hyaku
  • Thousand - Sen



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