KATA BOKKEN PDF

Aikido bokken kata by Julian Frost The purpose of the "kata" is to demonstrate the relationship between swordwork and the eight variations of shihonage that Chiba Sensei regularly teaches. Grab a partner, in Ai Hanmi or Gyaku Hanmi and see if you can see how it works! Which of the 8 techniques above is Ai Hanmi, and which is Gyaku Hanmi is left as an exercise for the reader! Starts in right posture, chudan kamae: Step back with the front right foot and shomen, then Step forward with rear left foot and shomen, then Turn tenkan cutting up the vertical line.

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Aikido bokken kata by Julian Frost The purpose of the "kata" is to demonstrate the relationship between swordwork and the eight variations of shihonage that Chiba Sensei regularly teaches. Grab a partner, in Ai Hanmi or Gyaku Hanmi and see if you can see how it works! Which of the 8 techniques above is Ai Hanmi, and which is Gyaku Hanmi is left as an exercise for the reader! Starts in right posture, chudan kamae: Step back with the front right foot and shomen, then Step forward with rear left foot and shomen, then Turn tenkan cutting up the vertical line.

Pivot to face the rear, then step forward with the rear right foot, cutting up the vertical line. Step forward with the rear left foot to perform irmi-tenkan.

The tip of the sword drops during this motion to guard your right side from attack, then as the tenkan is completed, comes over the head to do shomen. At the same time, and in one motion, the tip of the sword drops to cover the LEFT side of your body, then comes over the head and does shomen. Part 2 Step forward with the rear foot and thrust chudan. Last updated:4 November,

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History[ edit ] Bokken were designed to lessen the damage caused by fighting with real swords and were used for the training of samurai warriors in feudal Japan. Bokken eventually became lethal weapons themselves in the hands of trained experts. In a famous legend, he defeated Sasaki Kojiro with a bokken he had carved from an oar while traveling on a boat to the predetermined island for the duel. Before the Meiji era, Bokken were very likely manufactured by woodworkers not specialized in Bokken manufacture. It is at the beginning of the 20th century that Bokken manufacture started, mainly in Miyakonojo Kyushu region. Today, the last four workshops of Japan are still located in Miyakonojo.

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