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Matsubayashi-ryu / Shorin-ryu Karate Terms

❶They would, however, be quite valuable to anyone confronting an enemy or opponent during peacetime dressed in normal street attire.

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Japanese martial arts refer to the variety of martial arts native to the country of Japan. At least three Japanese terms are used interchangeably with the English phrase Japanese martial arts. The usage of term budō to mean martial arts is a modern one and historically the term meant a way of life encompassing physical, spiritual and moral.

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The following is a list of Japanese terms commonly used in karate training. Some of these terms are used at the Academy of Traditional Karate, though many more are included for reference. The typical pronunciations and English meanings are given, along with a kanji representation where available. The gentle way, a Japanese martial art: Ju. A listing of martial arts terms and definitions. ENGLISH (1) One (2) Position or Posture. 10TH DEGREE BLACK BELT. 2 people meeting in a Japanese-style match.

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Budo – Martial ways (literally “way(s) of war) Bugei – Martial crafts (Another way of referring to Japanese martial arts) Bujutsu – Martial arts (Yet another interchangable term for Japanese martial art). That’s why I want to explain 10 Japanese words everyone misunderstands in Karate today. (This holds true for all traditional Japanese martial arts.) And the word “dojo My top 10 Japanese words everyone misunderstands in Karate.