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Daken-Hou

Daken-Hou (Technique) consisits of two parts, namely

(1) KAKARI (Starting) 
(2) TSUGI (continuing)

Here, KAKARI has a lot of applications but TSUGI is only one.  Daken-Hou should be
practised

KAKARI-1 OMOTE then TSUGI then change Ataccker and Defencer
KAKARI-1 OMOTE 
then TSUGI
KAKARI-1 URA 
then TSUGI then change Ataccker and Defencer
KAKARI-1 URA 
then TSUGI


KAKARI-2  OMOTE 
then TSUGI  (same refrain)  then change Ataccker and Defencer
KAKARI-2  OMOTE 
then TSUGI
KAKARI-2  URA 
then TSUGI (same refrain)           then change Ataccker and Defencer
KAKARI-2  URA 
then TSUGI (same refrain)

 
KAKARI-3  
then  TSUGI (same refrain)

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Here the ordering of KAKARI is not important at all.   Attacker can arrange the ordering
rather free according to the Defencer’s level.

2. KATA

   KAKARI-1 [Jyodan shuto ate   OMOTE]
   A: hidari hannmi kamae     D: Shoumen Kamae
    1) A: migi jyodan shuto atei
    2) D: hidari hanmi jyoudan-uke at the same timing migi hangetsu-tsuki   
    3) D: holding A’s neck, migi suzu-keri
    4) A: return to hidari hanmi kamae
         D: migi hanmi kamae

  TSUGI
    1) A: keeping hidari hanmi kamae step forward and hidari kasumi-kake
    2) D: migi hanmi kamae, migi jyoudan uke
    3) A: migi mae-keri
    4) D: hidari hanmi hidari gedan-harai
    5) A: hidari hanmi kamae, hidari shutou-ate
    6) D: migi hanmi kamae, migi jyodan-uke
    7) A: migi mawashi keri
    8) D: hidari yoko-jyuji uke
            end

   KAKARI-1′ [Jyodan shuto ate  URA]
A: hidari hannmi kamae     D: Shoumen Kamae

    1) A: migi jyodan shuto atei
    2) D: stepping left side with migi jyodan uke   
    3) D: right sokuto to A’s migi back knee
    4) D: holding A’s head by left hand, migi higi uchi (elbow pat) to A’s face
5) A: return to hidari hanmi kamae

        D: migi hanmi kamae

    TSUGI : same refrain as above

     

    KAKARI-2
   KAKARI-2′

 

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