Kata and Bunkai

This is a list of the tradition Shidokan kata practiced at Grand River Karate.

 

The bunkai and oyo bunkai kata are also practiced with attackers. One student designated as the defender is positioned in the middle of a group of other students posing as attackers and performs the kata against/in partnership with the attackers. Each student is required to know their position's attack routine. When the kata is completed, the students rotate to a new position in the group, with a new person in the middle.

 

Students are required to know and perform all the positions. The bunkai and oyo bunkai have been handed down to and refined by Seikichi Iha Sensei.

Kata

  • Kihon Kata Ichidan

  • Kihon Kata Nidan

  • Kihon Kata Sandan

  • Kihon Kata Yodan

  • Kihon Kata Godan
     

  • Naihanchi Shodan

  • Naihanchi Nidan

  • Naihanchi Sandan
     

  • Naihanchi Shodan Oyo Bunkai

  • Naihanchi Shodan Oyo Bunkai with attackers
     

  • Pinan Shodan

  • Pinan Nidan

  • Pinan Sandan

  • Pinan Yondan

  • Pinan Godan
     

  • Pinan Shodan Bunkai kata

  • Pinan Shodan Oyo Bunkai kata

  • Pinan Shodan Oyo Bunkai with attackers
     

  • Pinan Sandan Oyo Bunkai with attackers
     

  • Pinan Yodan Bunkai Kata

  • Pinan Yodan Oyo Bunkai Kata
     

  • Pinan Yodan Bunkai with attacker

  • Pinan Yodan Oyo Bunkai with attacker
     

  • Itosu Passai (sho)
     

  • Itosu Passai (sho) Oyo Bunkai
     

  • Itosu Passai (sho) Oyo Bunkai with attackers
     

  • Matsumura Passai (Dai)
     

  • Kusanku (Sho)

  • Kunsanku (Dai)
     

  • Chinto
     

  • Gojushiho

Drill and Kumites

Partner work is an important part of class training. We have 3 charts of partner drills and 16 kumites. In addition, Iha Sensei continues to develop advanced partner work drills and self-defense.

Requirements

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