The True Bunkai For Heian Katas And Naihanchi
Chapter 1@What is Karate?
The Definition of Karate.
What is Kata?
Introduction to the Mainland.
Karate as a Sport.
Chapter 2@Problems Facing Karate
Why do We Practice Unusable Katas?
What Is Meant By "Style"?
Consideration of Changes on the Mainland
Are Practice Methods Effective?
Is Karate Incomplete?
Chapter 3@Questions Facing Karate.
The Reason that Katas are Unusable.
How to be Able to Use Katas.
Karate as Self Defense.
Chapter 4@Consideration of Kata.
What is Kata?
Kumite Makes Katas Usable.
Kumite did Exist.
Consideration of Heian Katas.
Consideration of Shotokan's Heian Katas.
The Mystery of Naihanchi (Tekki).
Chapter 5@Hidden Karate.
About Master Shozan Kubota.
Katas Can be Used!
The Secret Pact.
Consideration of the Secret Pact.
Discrimination Against Okinawa at the Time.
The Mystery of Karate As My Way of Life.
Comparison of Traditional Karate and Modern Karate.
If You Teach Karate, Do Not Teach The Real Techniques.
Oral Instruction Is the Key to Unlock Katas.
Demonstration Katas Versus Actual Combat Katas.
Master Kubota's Teaching Method.
Chapter 6@Combat Techniques Of Karate.
There is No First Strike in Karate.
Think of Your Hands and Feet as Swords.
Immobilize The Opponent Before Striking
Kick Low While Grabbing The Opponent.
The Development of Power
Throws and Reverse Techniques.
Parts of the Body That are Used.
Chapter 7@The Oral Instruction of Bunkai For Kata.
Immobilize the Opponent Before Striking.
The Names Given to Movements Have Been Disguised
There Are no Techniques That End with a Block.
Block with Both Hands.
Grabbing Hand, Pulling Hand.
The Front Hand is the Attacking Hand.
Perform a Movement That Consists of Two Counts in One Count.
Kicks are Performed Low While Grabbing the Opponent.
There is One Opponent to the Front.
Hang the Opponent Toward Heaven.
Reblock and Regrip.
Take the Opponent's Back.
Crossed Leg Stance Signifies Body Rotation or a Joint Kick.
Jumps and Body Shifts Signify Throws.
Break the Balance in a Triangle Whose Base is the Base of the Opponent's Feet
Cut the Forearm.
The Kamae is an Invitation.
Chapter 8Kata Bunkai
Naihanchi Shodan (Tekki Shodan)
Champ; 1st edition
September 15, 2006
10.1 x 7.6 x 0.9inches
|100 years have passed since Karate was first introduced to the public. It has
since then become a common word all over the world. Today, it is said that 40
million people practice karate throughout the world. While karate itself is well
known,karate bunkai (explanations for use) is sometimes used incorrectly.
This book took 313rd place at bookstores at the beginning of sale, and serves as
a best seller in Japan. This book is extremely helpful to all people who train
More than 1,000 detailed pictures of bunkai allow readers to clearly understand
the secret meaning of the karate kata.
The recommender of this book is former WKF world champion Yuichi Suzuki.