Kata Chatanyara Kushanku
Ilja Smorguner of Germany performing kata Chatanyara Kushanku. Bronze Medal. 2016 World Karate Championships.
Now, here you will see the same Kata but by the International Hayashi-Ha Shito-Ryu Karate-Do Federation – Chatanyara Kushanku Kata, there might be a few different angles, timing, execution but the kata is the same.
Kūshankū (クーシャンク, 公相君) is also called Kūsankū (クーサンクー) or Kankū-dai (観空大), is an open hand karate kata that is studied by many practitioners of Okinawan Karate, specifically styles related to Shuri-te. In many styles, such as Shotokan, there are two versions of the kata: Kūsankū-shō and Kūsankū-dai. In Japanese systems of karate, the kata has been known as Kankū ever since it was renamed in the 1930s by Funakoshi Gichin. To learn more details about this Kata read the Wikipedia reference about kusanku Kata
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