Jin-i/en

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Translated from Japanese Jin (also sometimes spelled as Hito) means person. Jin is a part of a triangle proportion heaven (ten), person (hito) and earth (chi).

The kata Jin-i[edit]

Jin-i no kata is a kata, which was used as basic kata during the experimental period of Genseiryu. To mature the style of Genseiryu, it was decided to discard the kata, together with Ten-i and Chi-i.

Nowadays one can see its varieties by styles derivated from Genseiryu, like Ryounkai, Genwakai and Seidokai.

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