Instructions for Shudokan Kata - Empi Taki

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Instructions for Shudokan Kata - Empi Taki

This page provides details on Empi Taki (or Enpi Taki), a Shudokan kata. This kata contains a number of elbow (empi or enpi) strikes. For other Shudokan katas (i.e. Kyoku), please visit the main Shudokan Katas section.

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