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TermKanjiDescription
Kaeru Geri変える蹴りSwitch kick or change kick. Straight leg change kick
Kagami Biraki鏡開きOpening the Mirror, typically on 11 January each year.
Kagamu Dachi屈む立ちSquatting Stance
Kagi Tsuki鉤突きHook Punch
Kaiso開祖Founder of a martial arts style
Kaiten Ushiro Geri回転後ろ蹴りSpinning Back Kick
Kakiwake Uke掻き分け受けReverse Wedge block (both arms)
Kakucho Dachi拡張立ちExtended Stance
Kakuha鶴破Kata: Breaking Crane. Created by Toguchi Seikichi
Kakuto Geri踵蹴りHeel Kick (Mule Kick)
KamaKama or Nicho Kama (二丁鎌) - Handheld Sickles
Kamae構えPostures. Set postures or starting points
Kampai乾杯Cheers, literally "empty the cup/glass"
Kanabo金棒A Japanese two-handed spiked war club
Kanejo鐘杖A staff longer than 1 meter with flaired out ends. Ryukyu Jo
Karamidi絡み手An old form of full body entanglement techniques
Karate Do空手道Empty Hand Way - Modern expression of Okinawan Te
Karii嘉例Cheers / Good health / Kampai (Uchinaguchi)
KataForms/Patterns. Composed of 形 pattern, カ to cut, 土 ground
Kawasu Uke交す受けParry Block - Open Hand Parry Block
Keage蹴上げKick up - Snapping kick - Angular kick - knee to target
Keiko稽古Practice/Training
Kekomi蹴込みKicking - Thrusting - Non angular/direct kick
Kiba Dachi騎馬立ちHorse Riding Stance (Cavalry Stance)
Kidokan鬼道館School of the Demon's Way - Opened in 1950 by Kojo Kafu
Kihon Undo基本運動Exercise consisting of basic techniques
KijimunaキジムナーElflike creatures that live in Banyan trees, Okinawa Yokai
Kinjo Sanda金城真三良Kobudo Pioneer - Ufuchiku (1834-1916)
Kinkobo金箍棒Staff with both ends covered in gold or a golden color metal
Kintsugi金継ぎJoin with gold. To fix something broken with gold.
Kiso Kumite基礎組手Foundational kumite based on movements from kata
Kitae鍛えTraining/Forging
Kobayashi ryu小林流Small Forest (Kobayashi) style -Found by Chibana Choshin in 1920
Kobudo古武道Old War Way - Somewhat regional term
Kocho Geri蝴蝶蹴りButterfly Kick
Kocho Soto蝴蝶雙刀Butterfly Swords - Chinese short swords - Ch. Bart Cham Dao
Kojo Chinpe湖城珍部1st Generation head of Kojoryu, Cai Shichang 蔡世昌 (1780-1865)
Kojo Choko湖城張喬Founder of Kojoryu, Cai Zhaogong 蔡肇功 (1656–1737)
Kojo Isei湖城以正3rd Generation head of Kojoryu (1832-1891)
Kojo Kafu湖城嘉富6th Generation head of Kojuryu (1909-1996)
Kojo Kaho湖城嘉宝4th Generation head of Kojoryu (1849-1925)
Kojo Shoi湖城精仁2nd Generation head of Kojoryu, Cai Changwei 蔡昌偉 (1816-1906)
Kojo Shuren湖城秀蓮5th Generation head of Kojuryu (1883-1945)
Kojo Tatei湖城大禎Early Karate pioneer, aka Goken Tanme (1838-1917)
Kojoryu湖城流Style of the Kojo/Cai (湖城/蔡) family. Established 1950 by Kojo Kafu
Komeikan講明館School of Pure Teaching - Founded in 1955 by Miyagi Kei
Kongoken金鋼圈Steel Oval
Kosa Dachi交叉立ちCrossed Stance
Koseki Tohon戸籍謄本Japanese family registry, records births, deaths, marriages, heirs
Koshi Gamae腰構えHip posture – Hanmi (半身), Zenpo (前方)
Kudokan求道館School of Seeking the Way - Founded by Nakazato Joen in 1954
Kuho九歩Kata: Nine Steps
Kukan空巻Kata: Sky Scroll (Kojoryu) Ch. Kōngjuàn
KumisukuchinくみすくちんA type of Okinawan tea
KunSemi-flexible staff roughly 6 ft in length, polearm shaft
Kuniyoshi Shinkichi国吉真吉Early Naha Te pioneer, Saijutsu/Bojutsu master (1848-1926)
Kunren訓練Training Drills/Exercises
Kurumanbo車棒Two section staff, one end is typically shorter
Kururunfa久留頓破Kata: Hold Long and Sudden Strike. Spinning Dragon Method (繰龍法)
Kusanku公相君Kata: Mr. Government Official. Original name Ufukun (大公)
Kusarifundo鎖分銅A chain with weights on both ends, aka manrikigusari (万力鎖)
Kusarigama鎖鎌Chain Sickle - Single Kama attached to chain/rope
Kushinryu空真流Established in Osaka in 1937 by Ueshima Sannosuke and Kinjo Kensei
KuwaA short handled garden hoe. Sounds like gwa
Kyan Chotoku喜屋武朝徳Famous karate teacher and pioneer of Tomari Te (1870-1945)
Kyoda Juhatsu許田重発Naha-te pioneer, founder of Toonryu 東恩流 (1887-1968)
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