Numbers | General | Standing Forms | Blocks | Hand Techniques (punches and other striking techniques) | Kicks | Sparring | Throwing Techniques
For more information on nagewaza, please refer to Karate-Dō Kyōhan, pages 227-232.
One Two Three Four Five Six Seven Eight Nine Ten Head instructor/Master instructor (of an organization) *(see Notes at the end) Instructor *(see Notes at the end) Training hall Training uniform Training uniform belt Vocal expulsion of air Black Belt rank White/Brown belt rank Meditation Bow Assume stance Get ready Begin Pivot/assume opposite direction Stop At ease Basic training Formal exercise/forms Sparring Escape techniques Throwing techniques Foot sweep Maximum effectiveness/ focus of techniques Pulling hand Breathing center in lower abdomen Getting into the opponent Elbow Attacks Jumping-in attack Continuous Techniques Punching board Staff Front stance Back stance Horse riding stance Immovable stance Cat stance Natural stance Close-leg stance Half-facing stance Open-leg stance Downward block Rising block Forearm block Hammer block Knife-hand block Cross-arm block Two-hand block Palm-heel block Lunge punch Reverse punch Jab Continuous punches alternating hands Continuous punching attacks Punching with horse riding stance Double punch Hook punch Palm-heel Rising punch Back-fist strike Bottom-fist strike Knife-hand strike Spear-hand Two-finger spear-hand Fore-fist Fore-knuckle fist One-knuckle fist Middle finger/knuckle fist Ridge-hand Front kick Round kick Side-thrust kick Side-up kick Crescent kick Stamping kick Rear kick Double front kick Flying front kick Flying side-thrust kick Front kick with front leg Front-thrust kick Continuous kicks Foot edge Heel Kneecap Basic one-time sparring Free one-time sparring Three-time sparring Five-time sparring Free-style Upper body Middle body Lower body Distance, timing, and other things between opponents Match Bow One point match Begin Stop Clash I award no point Continue One more time End of match Half-point Point Two half-points equal one point Draw Red White Red is the winner Referee to topple a folding screen spinning top encircle the neck half wheel 'v' turning swallow to spear a ball to push off a cliff to encircle with the arm to hammer upside down Performer of the technique Receiver of the technique Falling techniques
Revised and adapted by Hiroko Mori (September 2004, audio added October 2009, updated to HTML5 Sept 2014)Audio voice recordings by Hiroko Mori. Conversion to MP3 and linkages by John Schoneboom & Mike Lyon.