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Who were Gichen Funakoshi's teachers? Yatsatsune Itosu & Yatsatsune Azato
What is the Zen Bei Botoku-Kai dedicated to? preserving the martial arts traditions
Who taught Takahara Peichin? Matsu Higa
What does "reishiki" refer to? etiquette
What is "Tai Chi Chuan" considered? the grand ultimate fist
Where does the kata come from? the Shorei Style and the Shorin Style
Who wrote the I-Ching? Huang Ti
When karate reached Okinawa what did it blend with? their system of self-defense
What should all black belts be referred to as? Mr. or Ms.
What is a senior called in Japanese? sempai
Where did O'Sensei Kim establish branches of the Butoku-Kai? Canada, France, and Germany
What are the five Martial Virtues of the Zen Bei Butoku-Kai International? respect, compassion, gratitude, integrity, and honor
What does "kime" mean? focus
What do the small lines on the Zen Bei Butoku-Kai International Crest respresent? The different martial arts in the organization
Senior students should always set this? a good example
When did Yatsatsune Itosu develop the Heian kata for school children? 1902-1907
What does "hanshi" mean? master
Where is the original Butokunden Kyoto, Japan
What is a "renshi"? expert
Japanese for "scissors punch"? hasami zuki
What are karate techniques based on? scientific principles
When did Gichen Funakoshi demonstrate karate at the original Butokuden in Kyoto? 1917
Japanese for "grand ultimate fist"? Tai Chi Chuan
What is a "shosei"? student
Who were Yatsatsune Itosu & Yatsatsune Azato? Gichen Funakoshi's teachers
When was the Dai Nippon Butoku-Kai closed by General MacArthur? 1945
When was Kobudo developed? 1300-1600
What is Japanese for "focus"? kime
Who was Kotaro Yoshida? O'Sensei Richard Kim's primary teacher
When karate reached Okinawa, what did it become? Okinawan Te
What are the five Martial Virtues of the Zan Bei Butoku-Kai International? respect, compassion, gratitude, integrity, and honor
What is the Japanese word for "professor" in the martial arts? kyoshi
Japanese for "before life"? sensei
What is the I-Ching? a book, that legend says martial arts goes back to
Why should students always be helpful to Sensei? out of courtesy
What came from the Shorei Style and the Shorin Style? the kata
What happened in 1936? "China hand" became "empty hand"
When did O'Sensei Richard Kim move to the United States? 1959
What does zanshin mean? remain concentrated
What is "body mechanics and dynamics" the proper use of? bones and muscles
Who did O'Sensei Richard Kim consider to be his primary teacher? Kotaro Yoshida
What is a first degree Black Belt called? shodan
What are blackbelts called? yudansha
Japanese for "martial way"? budo
The proper use of bones and muscles is called? body mechanics and dynamics
What does "sensei" actually mean "before life" -- someone who is ahead of you
When sitting down for a meal, who should order and eat first? sensei
What does body mechanics refer to? using your body's bones correctly
What does "shomen ni rei" mean? bow to the front wall
What did Kotaro Yoshida teach O'Sensei Kim Daito Ryu Aki-jujitsu
Japanese for "front leg front kick"? mae ashi mae geri
What does sashime mean? finish
What is based on scientific principles? karate techniques
When did Gichen Funakoshi bring karate to Japan? 1922
From where did O'Sensei Kim graduate? the Budo Semmon Gakko
What is Japanese for "martial way"? budo
What is using your body's muscles correctly? body dynamics
What is "remain concentrated" in Japanese? zanshin
Japanese for "hard/soft style of karate"? Goju Ryu
Japanese for "martial art"? Bujitsu
What is Japanese for "martial art"? bujutsu
What are seisan & patsai? the first kata generally taught in Okinawa
What does "Shotokan" translate as? hall of Funakoshi
What does shomen ni rei show? respect for the style, school, and organization
Who founded the original Butoku-Kai? Emperor Kanmu
According to legend, martial arts goes back to what book? the I-Ching
What is our style of karate? Shorinji Ryu
What is "bujitsu"? martial art
What is "to remain concentrated" in Japanese? zanchin
What is ice used for? swelling
What was demonstrated in 1917? -- and where? karate -- the original Butokuden in Kyoto
What are the three main styles of karate in Okinawa? Shuri Te, Naha Te, and Tomari Te
What is the withdrawing hand? hikite
What is Shorinji Ryu a blend of? internal and external martial arts and weaponry
Japanese for "tigermouth strike"? koko uchi
What phrase in Japanese means "bow to each other"? Otagi ni rei
What are underbelts called? mudansha
How do you say "finish" in Japanese? sashime
Japanese for "bow to the front wall"? shomen ni rei
When was the original Butoku-Kai founded? 780 & 806 AD
Where did Dharuma (bodhidharma) travel? the Shaolin Temple?
What was developed in 1902-1907? the Heian kata for school children
What is our style of karate? Shorinji Ryu
How is bleeding stopped? direct pressure
What are weapons? kobudo
What should a student never do? spar or self-defense without instructor's permission
Japanese for "way of harmony"? Aikido
What were the first kata generally taught in Okinawa? seisan & patsai
When was Gichen Funakoski born? 1868
What is hikite? the withdrawing hand
What is a form of prayer to your god, your country, your parents, and your friends? meditation
What does "yudansha" mean? black belt
Who should be referred to as Mr. or Ms? all black belts
How is respect for the style, school, and organization shown? with shomen ni rei
When should sensei order and eat when sitting down for a meal? first
What is the first principle of karate? respect
When did Dharuma (Bodhidharma) travel to the Shaolin Temple? 525 AD
What are two types of meditation? active and passive
Our style is a blend of of ... internal & external martials arts & weaponry
Who established branches of Butoku-Kai in Canada, France and Germany? O'Sensei Kim
What are the three kata principles fast/slow, light/heavy, expansion/contraction
What did karate used to be called? shaolin chuan fa / tode / te / and shorinji kempo
What involves the three battles of the mind, body, and spirit? Sanchin
Which martial art system is the best? none -- they all complement each other
What is a shodan considered the master of? the basics
Japanese for "scooping block"? sukui uke
What happened in 525 AD? Dharuma (Bodhidharma) traveled to the Shaolin Temple
When was karate introduced into the Okinawan public school system? 1902
What is Japanese for "senior student"? sempai
What is the proper order of bows in the beginning of class? shomen, hanshi, sensei, and otagi
Japanese for "square stance"? shiko dachi
What is "tamashi"? fighting spirit
What does Otagi ni rei mean? bow to each other
What is Japanese for "student"? shosei
Japanese for "fighting spirit"? Tamashi
How did Karate travel? from India, to China, to Okinawa, to Japan, to the rest of the world.
What does body dynamics refer to? using your body's muscles correctly
What should you do if someone has injured their neck or back? do not move the victim
Why is the hikite important? for speed and power
What is a "kohai"? junior student
What is Shorinji Ryu? our style of karate
On the crest, what represents the different martial arts in the organization? the small lines
Japanese for "front leg hook kick"? mae ashi kagi geri
Who taught Gichen Funakoshi? Yatsatsune Itosu and Yatsatsune Azato
What is taijo? training area
Who did Matsu Higa teach? Takahara Peichin
What is Japanese for "junior student"? kohai
What is a "sempai"? senior student
Japanese for "spinning back kick" gya ku ushiro geri
What is a "kyoshi" in the martial arts? professor
What does sempai mean? senior
Meditation is also a form of prayer to whom? your god, your country, your parents, and your friends
What does "budo" mean? martial way
What does "bujutsu" mean? martial art
Who was Kotaro Yoshida? O'Sensei Kim's teacher and primary sensei
What did O'Sensei Kim emphasize? karate, kobudo, & tai chi
What does "aikido" mean? way of harmony
What does "Shorinji Ryu" mean? Shaolin Temple Method
Japanese for "front leg side kick"? mae ashi yoko geri
In the Zen Bei Botoku-Kai International, what section does our school represent? karate (Shorinji Ryu)
What does "mudansha" mean? under belt
Senior students should correct this the discipline of junior students
Japanese for "front leg roundhouse kick"? mae ashi mawashi geri
What is the training area called? taijo
What is Japanese for "master"? hanshi
Where did the kobudo come from the Zen Bei Butoku-Kai International
What is "Goju Ryu" called? the hard/soft style of karate
What is Japanese for an "expert"? renshi
What Japanese word refers to "etiquette"? reshiki
What is the heart of karate and the main focus of our system? kata
What does "budo" refer to? The martial way
What is the concept of zanchin? to remain concentrated
What happened in 1902? karate was introduced into the Okinawan public school system
What is Japanese for "Shaolin Temple Method"? Shorinji Ryu
Who was O'Sensei Kim's teacher and primary sensei? Kotaro Yoshida
What does Sanchin involve? three battles of the mind, body & spirit
What is a shodan? 1st degree black belt
What is our karate organization? Zen Bei Butoku-Kai International
When did Gichen Funakoshi demonstrate karate in the Shuri Castle? 1921
When did "China hand" become "empty hand"? 1936
What will stop a nosebleed? leaning the head forward
Japanese for "hall of Funakoshi"? Shotokan
What must a student do when entering a room with Sensei? announce his presence
What is using your body's bones correctly? body mechanics
What is the Budo Semmon Gakko? where O'Sensei Kim graduated
When was Gichen Funakoshi's dogo built and "China Hand" become "Empty hand"? 1936