Jion is a Kata that requires power and good conditioning. The 3 block techniques teach how to lock and tighten the side of your rib cage and chest. The Kata has. JION – HASHIMOTO YUYA Boy`s ( yrs) Ind. Kata Semi Final JKA World Karate Championship JION – HASHIMOTO YUYA, Boy`s.
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It has, however, been removed from the Japan Karate Association teaching and grading syllabus. Jion is believed to be named after the Jion-jia Buddhist temple in China.
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Since there are many Jion-ji temples in existence, it is uncertain which one the kata refers to. Akta a simple kata, there are no fancy moves to hide behind. For the Japanese weapon, see Jutte weapon. Retrieved from ” https: This article is about the kata.
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Also known in some styles as Sip Soo. For this reason, it is an excellent kata to judge one’s overall technique. It consists of 24 movements and should be performed in about 60 seconds.
Retrieved 15 May If a student possesses poor basics, then the performance of Jion will be weak. The actual translation of Jion jioh “Love and Goodness.
Views Read Edit View history. All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from June From there, Kanazawa believes the Jion kata were spread into the Tomari region. The idea when performing the kata akta to be like a Buddha, with a strong yet humble spirit. This page was last edited on 2 Novemberat Instructors have been known to group Jion along with Jiin and Jittesince each start with the same hand-over-fist salutation and have very similar movements.
Jitte teaches techniques usable against armed attacks, especially the bo. Jion is the simplest of the Sentei kata and is comprised mostly of pieces from Heian and Tekki kata.
Best Karate vol 7. It has 47 counts and contains some of the most basic movements that Shotokan has to offer.
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The kata is noticeably shorter than its Shotokan counterpart. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Japanese martial arts Okinawan martial arts Chinese martial arts.