Genseiryu video clips (technique)

Styles with roots in Japan/Okinawa including Genseiryu, Goju-ryu, Isshin-ryu,
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Genseiryu video clips (technique)

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Last updated Tuesday 3 March 2020 at 11:12 (AM), Japanese time.

Basics
Sokuto-geri. Curriculum 10 kyu. Video from Australia.

Happo Nuki (Kihon Gyogi)
Happo Nuki. Curriculum 2+1 kyu. Video from Australia.
Happo Nuki. Curriculum 2+1 kyu. Video from Brazil.

Genseiryu Kata
Heian Shodan. Curriculum 8 kyu. Video from Australia.
Heian Nidan. Curriculum 7 kyu. Video from Australia.
Heian Sandan. Curriculum 6 kyu. Video from Australia.
Heian Yondan. Curriculum 5 kyu. Video from Brazil.
Heian Godan. Curriculum 4 kyu. Video from Australia.
Naihanchi. Curriculum 3 kyu. Video from Brazil. Performed by Antonio de Souza Lima.
Wankan. Curriculum 2 kyu. Video from Australia.
Shukumine no Bassai. Curriculum 1 kyu. Video from Japan.
Sansai, +1. Curriculum 1 dan. WKF Shitei Kata. Video from Japan. Performed by Tuyoshi Hagimoto and Enbu (show) from tournament.
Chinto. Curriculum 1 dan. Video from Brazil. Performed by Antonio de Souza Lima.
Koshokun-dai, +1. Curriculum 3 dan. Video from Japan. Performed by Kiyohiko Tosa and Sachio Naito. WKF Shitei Kata.

Kobudo
Bo Jutsu Kihon Kata. Curriculum 2 dan. Video from Brazil.
Nunchaku Kihon Kata. Curriculum 3 dan. Video from Japan. Performed by Kiyohiko Tosa.

Miscellaneous
Seminar in Brazil on Koshi (ball of the foot) and kicking technique. Teachings by Kiyohiko Tosa.
Seminar in Brazil on Kihon (basics) in movements. Teachings by Kiyohiko Tosa.

Shitei Kata
Empi. Shitei Kata for 3 kyu+.
Kanku Sho. Shitei Kata for 3 kyu+.
Nipaipo. Shitei Kata for 3 kyu+.
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Re: Genseiryu video clips (technique)

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Today a new video was posted by Kiyohiko Tosa on YouTube. The video is of the kata "Kishimoto no Kusanku" or as it is known in the Genseiryu curriculum "Koshokun Dai". The kata is performed by Kiyohiko Tosa himself and can be seen here Kishimoto no Kusanku.

The video link has also been added to the first original post of this thread.
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