List of Yoshukai Katas

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List of Yoshukai Katas

This page provides details for the katas used in Yoshukai Karate. For information on the kata used by other Karate styles (i.e. Shotokan), please visit the main Kata & Forms section.

Color Belt Kata - Videos and/or kata instructions.

Black Belt Level Kata

  • Yoshukai Kata - Ten Shin
  • Yoshukai Kata - Mu Gen
  • Yoshukai Kata - Bassai
  • Yoshukai Kata - Chinto
  • Yoshukai Kata - San Shi Ryu
  • Yoshukai Kata - Ku San Ku
  • Yoshukai Kata - Ryu San
  • Yoshukai Kata - San Chin

Reference Sources

  1. Yoshukai Karate International, Yoshukai Kata History, http://www.yoshukai.org/kata_history1.html, Added - 05/19/15








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