KIHON NO KATA (Kihon means Fundamental) Shuri Anko ITOSU
PINAN SHO DAN (Pinan means Peaceful Mind, Sho means First) Shuri Anko ITOSU
PINAN NI DAN (Pinan means Peaceful Mind, Ni means Second) Shuri Anko ITOSU
PINAN SAN DAN (Pinan means Peaceful Mind, San means Third) Shuri Anko ITOSU
PINAN YON DAN (Pinan means Peaceful Mind, Yon means Fourth) Shuri Anko ITOSU
PINAN GO DAN (Pinan means Peaceful Mind, Go means Fifth) Shuri Anko ITOSU
NAIFANCHI SHO DAN (Naifanchi means Iron Horse, Sho means First) Shuri Anko ITOSU
NAIFANCHI NI DAN (Naifanchi means Iron Horse, Ni means Second) Shuri Anko ITOSU
NAIFANCHI SAN DAN (Naifanchi means Iron Horse, San means Third) Shuri Anko ITOSU
JITTE (Jitte means Ten Hands) Shuri Anko ITOSU
JIIN (Jiin is named after a Saint) Shuri Anko ITOSU
JION (Jion is named after a Temple) Shuri Anko ITOSU
BASSAI DAI (Bassai is to Storm a Fortress, Dai means Major) Shuri Anko ITOSU
BASSAI SHO (Bassai is to Storm a Fortress, Sho means Minor) Shuri Anko ITOSU
AOYAGI (Aoyagi means Green Willow) Other Anko ITOSU
JUROKU (Juroku means Sixteen) Other Anko ITOSU
MATSUMORA ROHAI (Matsumora's Rohai means Clear Mirror) Tomari Anko ITOSU
KUSANKU DAI (Kusanku means Viewing the Sky, Dai means Major) Shuri Anko ITOSU
KUSANKU SHO (Kusanku means Viewing the Sky, Sho means Minor) Shuri Anko ITOSU
SHIHO KUSANKU (Kusanku means Viewing the Sky, Shiho means Four Directions) Shuri Anko ITOSU
WANSHU (Wanshu means Flying Swallow) Shuri Anko ITOSU
WANKAN (Wankan means Crown of a King) Tomari Anko ITOSU
NISESHI (Neiseshi means Twenty Four Techniques) Naha Anko ITOSU
CHINTEI (Chintei means Incredible Hands) Shuri Anko ITOSU
CHINTO (Chinto means Crane on a Rock) Shuri Anko ITOSU
GOJUSHIHO (Gojushiho means Fifty Four Techniques) Shuri Anko ITOSU
UNSHU (Unshu means Hands of a Cloud) Naha Anko ITOSU
ITOSU ROHAI SHO DAN (Itosu's Rohai means Clear Mirror, Sho means First) Shuri Anko ITOSU
ITOSU ROHAI NI DAN (Itosu's Rohai means Clear Mirror, Ni means Second) Shuri Anko ITOSU
ITOSU ROHAI SAN DAN (Itosu's Rohai means Clear Mirror, San means Third) Shuri Anko ITOSU
SOCHIN (Sochin means Tranquil Force) Naha Anko ITOSU
ARAGAKI SOCHIN (Aragaki's Sochin means Tranquil Force) Naha Anko ITOSU
TOMARI BASSAI (Tomari's Bassai is to Storm a Fortress) Naha Anko ITOSU
ISHIMINE BASSAI (Ishimine's Bassai is to Storm a Fortress) Shuri Anko ITOSU
MATSUMURA BASSAI (Matsumura's Bassai is to Storm a Fortress) Shuri Anko ITOSU
CHATAN YARA KUSANKU (Chatan Yara's Kusanku) Shuri Anko ITOSU
ANNAN (Annan sometimes refered to as Chinto taught Matsumura Sokon) Shuri Anko ITOSU
ANNANKO (Annanku means Light from the South) Shuri Anko ITOSU
MATSUMURA SEISAN (Matsumura's Seisan means 13 Hands) Shuri Anko ITOSU
SHIMPA (Shimpa translates as Mind Wave) Shuri Anko ITOSU
NIIPAIPO (Niipaipo means 28 steps) Shuri Anko ITOSU
GEKISAI DAI ICHI (Gekisai Dai means Attack and Smash, Ichi is One) Naha Kanryo HIGAONNA
GEKISAI DAI NI (Gekisai Dai means Attack and Smash, Ni is Two) Naha Kanryo HIGAONNA
TENSHO (Tensho means Flowing Hands) Naha Kanryo HIGAONNA
SANCHIN (Sanchin means Three Battles. Mind, Body and Spirit) Naha Kanryo HIGAONNA
SAIFA (Saifa means Tearing) Naha Kanryo HIGAONNA
SEIENCHIN (Seienchin means Warriors Grand Calmness) Naha Kanryo HIGAONNA
SEISAN (Seisan means 13 Hands) Naha Kanryo HIGAONNA
SEIPAI (Seipai is Number 18) Naha Kanryo HIGAONNA
SANSEIRU (Sanseiru is Number 36, also the Dragon Kata) Naha Kanryo HIGAONNA
KURURUNFA (Kururunfa means Forever Stops, peaceful and Tearing) Naha Kanryo HIGAONNA
SHISOCHIN (Shisochin means Four Peaceful Facing) Naha Kanryo HIGAONNA
SUPARINPEI (Superinpei means The 108 Hands) Naha Kanryo HIGAONNA

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