SYLLABUS KYU

Official Kyu Syllabus Revised W.E.F Feburary, 01 2010

Ju-Kyu 10th kyu- White belt

KIHON

  • “Chudan-choku-zuki” while staying in place with “shizentai”
  • From “Shizentai” step forward with “chudan-oizuki” and back to “shizen-tai” (left/right)
  • “Gedanbarai” while staying in place with “shizentai”. (left/right)
  • The same of “chudan-soto-uke” (left/right)
  • The same for “jodan-tate-shutouke” (left/right)
  • The same for “chudan-tate-shutouke” (left/right)
  • From “heisokudachi” with “kakiwake gendanbarai” step forward with “maegen” and back to “heisokudachi” (left/right)

Kyu-Kyu 9th kyu- White belt

KIHON

  • From “zenkutsudachi” with “gedanbarai” move forward with “gedanbarai”
  • Turn around and move forward with “chudan-oizuki”
  • The same for “chudan-soto-uke”
  • The same for “jodan-ageuke”
  • From “kokutsudachi”, move forward with “shuto-uke”.
  • Turn around and from “zenkutsudachi” move forward with “maegen”,
  • From “kibadachi” move sideways with “keage” and reTurn using the other leg to kick.
  • The same for “kekomi”

KUMITE

  • “Gohon-kumite” once with “jodan” attachks and “ageuke” blocks and once with “chudan” and “soto-uke” blocks.

KATA

  • “Heian shodan”

Hachi -- Kyu 8th kyu - Yellow belt

KIHON

  • From “zenkutsudachi” with “gedanbarai” move forward with “gedanbarai”
  • Turn around and move forward with “chudan-oizuki”
  • The same for “chudan-soto-uke”
  • The same for “jodan-ageuke”
  • From “kokutsudachi”, move forward with “shuto-uke”.
  • Turn around and from “zenkutsudachi” move forward with “maegen”,
  • From “kibadachi” move sideways with “keage” and reTurn using the other leg to kick.
  • The same for “kekomi”

KUMITE

  • “Gohon-kumite” once with “jodan” attachks and “ageuke” blocks and once with “chudan” and “soto-uke” blocks.

KATA

  • “Heian shodan”

Nan-kyu 7th kyu - Orange belt

KIHON

  • From “zenkutsudachi” with “gedanbarai” move forward with “chudan-oizuki”.
  • Move backward with “jodan-ageuke”
  • Move forward with “chudan-soto-uke”
  • From “kokutsudachi” move forward with “shuto-uke”
  • From “zenkutsudachi” move forward with “Chudan-uchiuke”
  • Turn around and move forward with “maegen”
  • From “kibadachi” move sideways with “keage” and return using the other leg to kick
  • The same for “kekomi

KUMITE

  • “Gohon-kumite” once with “jodan” attachks and “ageuke” blocks and once with “chudan” and “soto-uke” blocks.

KATA

  • “Heian shodan”

Rokkyu 6th kyu- Green Belt

KIHON

  • From “zenkutsudachi” with “gedanbarai’ move forward with “chudan-oizuke”
  • Turn around and move forward with “chudan-gyakuzuki”.
  • Move backward with “jodan-ageuke, gyakuzuki”.
  • Move forward “chudan-soto-uke, gyakuzuki”
  • Move backward with “kokutsudachi, shuto-uke”.
  • Turn around and from “zenkutsudachi” move forward with “uchiuke gyakuzuki”
  • Turn around and move forward with “maegen”.
  • Turn around and from “kibadachi” move sideways with “keage” and return using the other leg to kick.
  • The same for “kekomi”.

KUMITE

  • “Gohon-kumite” once with “jodan” attachks and “ageuke” blocks and once with “chudan” and “soto-uke” blocks and with “maegeri” attacks and “gedanbarai” blocks.

KATA

  • “Heian shodan”

Go-kyu 5th kyu- Blue belt

KIHON

  • From “zenkutsudachi” with “gedanbarai’ move forward with “chudan-oizuke”
  • Turn around and move forward with “chudan-gyakuzuki”.
  • Move backward with “jodan-ageuke, gyakuzuki”.
  • Move forward with “soto-uke, empi”, while changing stance from “zenkutsudachi” to “kibadachi” by using “yori-ashi”.
  • Move backward with “soto-uke, empi”, with changing stance from ”kokutsudachi” to “zenkutsudachi”.
  • Turn around and move forward with “chudan-uchiuke, gyakuzuki”.
  • Turn around move forward with “maegen”
  • Turn around and from “kibadachi” move sideways with “keage” and return using the other leg to kick.
  • The same for “kekomi”.
  • Turn around and from free style “kamae” move forward with “mawashigeri”

KUMITE

  • “Kihon-ippon-kumite” with one “jodan oizuki” attack, one “chudan oizuki”, and one “maegen”.

KATA

  • “Heian Yondan”

Yon-kyu 4th kyu- Purple Belt

KIHON

  • From “zenkutsudachi” with “gedanbarai’ move forward with “chudan-oizuke”
  • Turn around and move forward with “chudan-gyakuzuki”.
  • Move forward with “soto-uke, empi”, while changing stance from “zenkutsudachi”
  • “kibadachi” by using “yori-ashi”.
  • Move backward with “soto-uke, empi”, with changing stance from ”kokutsudachi” to “zenkutsudachi”.
  • Turn around and move forward with “chudan-uchiuke, gyakuzuki”.
  • Turn around move forward with “maegen”
  • Turn around and from “kibadachi” move sideways with “keage” and return using the other leg to kick.
  • The same for “kekomi”.
  • Turn around and from free style “kamae” move forward with “mawashigeri”

KUMITE

  • “Kihon-ippon-kumite” with one “jodan oizuki” attack, one “chudan oizuki”, and one “maegen”.

KATA

  • “Heian Yondan

San-kyu 3rd kyu - Brown Belt

KIHON

  • From “zenkutsudachi” with “gedanbarai” move forward with “chudan-oizuke”.
  • Turn around and move forward with “sanbon-zuki”.
  • Move backward with “chudan-ageuke, gyakuzuki”.
  • Move forward with “soto-uke, empi”, while chaning stance from “zenkutsudachi” to “kibadachi” by using “yori-ashi”.
  • Move backward with “shuto-uke, nukite, while changing stance from “kokutsudachi” to zenkutsudachi.
  • Turn around and move forward with “chudan-uchiuke, gyakuzuki”.
  • Turn around and move forward with “maegeri”.
  • Turn around and from “kibadachi” move sideways with “keage” and return using the other leg to kick.
  • The same for “kekomi”
  • From “zenkutsudachi” move forward with “uraken-yokouchi”.

KUMITE

  • “Kihon-ippon” with “jodan and chudan oizuki”, maegeri”, and “yoko-geri.

KATA

  • “Heian godann”

Ni-kyu 2nd kyu- Brown Belt

KIHON

  • From “zenkutsudachi” with “gedanbarai” move forward with “sanbon-zuki”.
  • Move backward with “jodan-ageuke, maegeri (with back leg)”.
  • Turn around and move forward the “soto-uke, empi” while changing stance from “zenkutsudachi” to “kibadachi” by using “yori-ashi”.
  • Move backward with “shuto-uke, nukite”, while changing stance from “kokutsudachi” to “zenkutsudachi”.
  • Tum around and from “zenkutsudachi” move forward with “chudan-uchiuke, gyakuzuki”.
  • Tum around with “zenkutsudachi” and move forward with “rengeri (“maegeri” and “mawashigeri” using the other leg)”.
  • Tum around and move forward with “rengeri (“maegeri, kekomi” using the same leg)”.
  • From “kibadachi” move sideways with “rengeri (“keage” and “kekomi” using the other leg)”.
  • From “zenkutsudachi” move forward with “mawashigeri”
  • Tum around and move forward with “ushirogeri”
  • Tum around and move forward with “jodan-shuto-uchi”
  • Move backward with “jodan-uraken-uchi”

KUMITE

  • “Jiyu-ippon-kumite”. Attacks are “jodan and chudan-oizuki”, maegeri”, “yoko-geri, and “mawashigeri”,

KATA

  • “Senteri-gata”, choose from “Jion”, Bassai-dai”, “Empi” and “kanku-dai” (to be chosen by examinee) “Kihon-gata”, one kata chosen freely by the examiner from “Heian-nidan”, “sandan”, “yondan”, “godan” or “tekki-shodan”.

Ik-ky 1st kyu- Brown Belt

KIHON

  • From “zenkutsudachi” with “gedanbarai” move forward with “sanbon-zuki”.
  • Move backward with “jodan-ageuke, maegeri (with back leg)”.
  • Tum around and move forward with “soto-uke, empi” while changing stance from “zenkutsudachi” to “kibadachi” by using “yori-ashi”.
  • Move backward with “shuto-uke, nukite”, while changing stance from “kokutsudachi” to ”zenkutsudachi.
  • Tum around and from “zenkutsudachi” move forward with “chudan-uchiuke, kizamizuki, gyakuzuki”.
  • Tum around with “zenkutsudachi” and move forward with “rengeri (“maegeri” and “mawashigeri” using the other leg)”.
  • Tum around and move forward with “rengeri (“maegeri, kekomi” using the same leg)”.
  • From “kibadachi” move sideways with “rengeri (“keage” and “kekomi” using the other leg)”
  • From “zenkutsudachi” move forward with “mawashigeri”
  • Tum around and move forward with “ushirogeri”
  • Tum around and move forward with “jodan-shuto-uchi”
  • Move backward with “jodan-uraken-uchi”

KUMITE

  • “Jiyu-ippon-kumite”. Attacks are “jodan and chudan-oizuki”, maegeri”, “yoko-geri, and “mawashigeri”,

KATA

  • “Senteri-gata”, choose from “Jion”, Bassai-dai”, “Empi” and “kanku-dai” (to be chosen by the examinee) “Kihon-gata”, one kata chosen freely by the examiner from “Heian-nidan”, “sandan”, “yondan”, “godan” or “tekki-shodan