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Kata (型 or 形 literally: "form"?) is a Japanese word describing detailed choreographed patterns of movements practiced either solo or in pairs. is a Japanese Syllabary, one component of the Japanese writing system, along with Katakana and Kanji; the Latin alphabet is a language spoken by over 130 million people in Japan and in Japanese emigrant communities Kata are used in many traditional Japanese arts such as theater forms like kabuki and schools of tea ceremony (chadō), but are most commonly known for the presence in the martial arts. is a form of traditional Japanese theatre. Kabuki theatre is known for the stylization of its drama and for the elaborate Make-up worn by some of its performers The Japanese tea ceremony is called chanoyu (茶の湯 lit "tea hot-water" or also chadō or sadō (ja Kata are used by most traditional Japanese and Okinawan martial arts, such as aikidō, iaidō, jōdō, jūdō, jūjutsu, kendō and karatedō. Japanese martial arts refers to the enormous variety of Martial arts native to Japan. Okinawan martial arts refers to the Martial arts which originated among the indigenous people of Okinawa Island, most notably Karate, Tegumi, is a Japanese martial art developed by Morihei Ueshiba as a synthesis of his martial studies philosophy and religious beliefs is a Japanese martial art associated with the smooth controlled movements of drawing the Sword from its Scabbard, striking or cutting an opponent removing blood meaning "the way of the jō " or is a Japanese martial art using short staffs called jō. meaning "gentle way" is a modern Japanese martial art ( Gendai budō) and Combat sport, that originated in Japan in the late literally meaning the " art of softness " or "way of yielding" is a collective name for Japanese martial art styles consisting of grappling or " way of the sword " is the Japanese and South Korean martial art of sword-fighting ( or is a martial art developed in the Ryukyu Islands from indigenous fighting methods and Chinese Kenpō. Other arts such as t'ai chi ch'uan and taekwondo feature the same kind of training, but use the respective Chinese and Korean words instead. Tai chi chuan (is an internal Chinese martial art often practiced for Health reasons Taekwondo (Korean태권도thɛʔkwʌndo Englishˈteɪˈkwɒnˈdoʊ is a Korean Martial art and the National sport of South Korea This article is mainly about the spoken Korean language See Hangul for details on the native Korean writing system
In Japanese martial arts practice, kata is often seen as an essential partner to randori training with one complementing the other. is a term used in Japanese martial arts to describe free-style practice or sparring sometimes with multiple attackers However, the actual type and frequency of kata versus randori training varies from art to art. In iaidō, solo kata using the Japanese sword (katana) comprises almost all of the training. is a Japanese martial art associated with the smooth controlled movements of drawing the Sword from its Scabbard, striking or cutting an opponent removing blood A is a type of Japanese sword ( nihontō) and often is called a "samurai sword Whereas in judo, kata training is de-emphasized and usually only prepared for dan grading. meaning "gentle way" is a modern Japanese martial art ( Gendai budō) and Combat sport, that originated in Japan in the late
In kenjutsu, paired kata at the beginners level can appear to be stilted. is the Japanese martial art specializing in the use of the Japanese Sword ( Katana) At higher levels serious injury is prevented only by a high sensitivity of both participants to important concepts being taught and trained for. These include timing and distance, with the kata practiced at high speed. This adjustability of kata training is found in other Japanese arts with roles of attacker and defender often interchanging within the sequence.
Many martial arts use kata for public demonstrations and in competitions, awarding points for such aspects of technique as style, balance, timing, and verisimilitude (appearance of being real).
The most popular image associated with kata is that of a karate practitioner performing a series of punches and kicks in the air. Sainte-Suzanne is a commune on the north coast of the French island and department of Réunion. Réunion ( French: Réunion or formally La Réunion; previously Île Bourbon) is an island located in the Indian Ocean, east of Kata ( 型 or 形) (literally "form" is a Japanese word describing detailed patterns of movements practiced either solo or in pairs ( or is a martial art developed in the Ryukyu Islands from indigenous fighting methods and Chinese Kenpō. The kata are executed as a specified series of approximately 20 to 70 moves, generally with stepping and turning, while attempting to maintain perfect form. There are perhaps 100 kata across the various forms of karate, each with many minor variations. The number of moves in a kata may be referred to in the name of the kata, e. g. , Gojushiho, which means "54 steps. " The number of moves may also have links with Buddhist spirituality. The number 108 is significant in Buddhism, and kata with 54, 36, or 27 moves (divisors of 108) are common. The practitioner is generally counselled to visualize the enemy attacks, and his or her responses, as actually occurring, and karateka are often told to "read" a kata, to explain the imagined events. The study of the meaning of the movements is referred to as the bunkai, meaning analysis, of the kata. literally meaning "analysis" or "disassembly" is a term used in Japanese martial arts referring to the application of fighting techniques extracted from the
One explanation of the use of kata can be looked at as a reference guide for a set of moves. Not to be used following that "set" pattern but to keep the movements "filed". After learning these kata then the practical application of this set of learned skills can be used in the sparring scenario, particularly without points the main objective is to disable your opponent, to then find different combinations of uses of certain selected techniques.
Judo has several kata, mostly created in the late 19th century by Kano Jigoro, the founder of judo. meaning "gentle way" is a modern Japanese martial art ( Gendai budō) and Combat sport, that originated in Japan in the late was the founder of Judo. Judo was the first Japanese martial art to gain widespread international recognition and the first to become an official Olympic sport All but one of the judo kata involve two participants. Judo kata preserve a number of techniques that are not permitted in competition or in randori, including punches, kicks, and the use of the katana and other weapons. A is a type of Japanese sword ( nihontō) and often is called a "samurai sword The study of kata is usually begun much later in judo than in karate, typically at around the brown belt level. The most commonly studied judo kata is Nage-no-kata, which consists of fifteen throwing techniques. is a throwing Kata in Judo. The kata is composed of 3 techniques from each of the five throw groups in judo hand techniques (te waza hip techniqes (goshi waza The Katame-no-kata is composed of pinning techniques, chokes, and joint locks. is a Kata (a set of prearranged techniques in Judo. It consists of fifteen techniques grouped in three categoriesOsae-komi-waza (holding techniques Shime-waza (choking Kime-no-kata is a long kata consisting of self-defense techniques against both unarmed attacks, and attacks with swords and knives. is a Self-defense oriented series of Katas in Judo. Kime no kata also known as, was developed at the Kodokan around 1888
In Burmese martial arts, there are many akas. practitioners ( Bandoist) need to understand various types of body structure first Burmese martial arts, collectively called Thaing, have a long history which includes regional influences practitioners ( Bandoist) need to understand various types of body structure first Bando practitioners (Bandoist) need to understand various types of body structure first. ecriture bando asiajpg|50px]] ( Burma:) a Self-defense Martial art from Burma. bandoist is a student of Thaing ( Bando) See also Thaing (burmese Bando, Pongyi thaing There are nine "Bando basic forms" in the Bando system (Hanthawaddy bando system) and 9 animal forms. the 1950s and 1960's Ba Than (Gyi tried to unite the techniques from the différents Bando styles and modernize them by founding the Hanthawaddy bando system
In Korean martial arts such as taekwondo and tangsudo ("tang soo do"), the Korean word hyung is usually employed, though in some cases other words are used. ecriture bando asiajpg|50px]] ( Burma:) a Self-defense Martial art from Burma. Taekwondo (Korean태권도thɛʔkwʌndo Englishˈteɪˈkwɒnˈdoʊ is a Korean Martial art and the National sport of South Korea Tangsoodo or Tang Soo Do is an empty handed Korean martial art of Self defense. This article is mainly about the spoken Korean language See Hangul for details on the native Korean writing system The Korean terms hyeong, pumsae and teul (meaning "form" or "pattern" are all used to refer to Martial arts forms that are The International Taekwondo Federation uses the Korean word tul, while the World Taekwondo Federation uses the word poomsae or simply the English translations "pattern" or "form. The International Taekwon-Do Federation or ( ITF) exists to promote and encourage the growth of the Korean martial art of Taekwondo. The Korean terms hyeong, pumsae and teul (meaning "form" or "pattern" are all used to refer to Martial arts forms that are The World Taekwondo Federation (WTF is the International Federation (IF member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC for the competition events of the A pattern, from the French patron, is a theme of recurring events or objects sometimes referred to as elements of a set "
In Vietnamese martial arts, e. g. , vovinam viet vo dao the Vietnamese word quyen is used. Vovinam Viêt Võ Dao is a Vietnamese martial art. Vovinam is practiced with and without Weapons It is based on the principle of harmony Việt Võ Đạo (越武道 is the philosophy behind many Vietnamese Martial arts. Vietnamese ( tiếng Việt, or less commonly Việt ngữ) formerly known under French colonization as Annamese ( see Annam)
In Chinese martial arts, forms are known as taolu. Kung fu and wushu are popular terms that have become synonymous with Chinese Martial arts. Modern forms are used in wushu competitions. Wushu, also known as modern wushu or contemporary wushu, is both an exhibition and a full-contact Sport derived from traditional Chinese martial arts
In Indonesian martial arts, mainly Silat, forms with the upper body are knows as djurus, forms with the lower body are known as langkah, and forms with the whole body are known as dasar pasang. Silat is an umbrella term used to describe the martial art forms practiced throughout the Malay Archipelago.