Matsumura Sokon passed on his two Passai forms to Matsamura Nabe who in turn gave them to Soken Hohan8. Further evidence that Passai has roots in Tomari city is that Passai dai starts with the Jahrhundert zurückgehen könnte. Thanks for any help you can provide. You’ll notice the four main branches represented and how each grew and shared with one another. The reasoning for this duel-track was twofold: 1.) Closely related to Oyadomari no Passai is Kyan’s Passai (known simply as Passai). However, it is clear after viewing that this is the same kata as taught by Chibana Chosin under the name Passai Sho. Very nice article built on some solid research! Bassai Dai (Passai, ... Oyadomari no Bassai. For this reason, a lodging was established at that place to accommodate the groups of persons who drifted ashore, where by order of the King of Ryūkyū these people were warmly welcomed. The execution of the form beyond that is nearly identical. Katas supérieurs – Kusanku. To quote Funakoshi: “Meanwhile, I continued assiduously with my karate, training under a number of teachers: Master Kiyuna…Master Toonno of Naha…Master Niigaki…and Master Matsumura…this is not to say that I neglected either of my first two masters. To me, the name (Bassai Dai) and stancework is very indicative of a Japanese influence. After all, I think that the fact that Itosu sensei changed kata on a large scale became known on the internet after I had introduced it on this blog two years ago. Ovo Tomari verzija Passai kate i ujedno najstarija verzija koja je preživela do danas. But that does not mean Funakoshi has been Itosu student in their (okinawan) meaning. That means most of Okinawa Shorin-Ryu schools are not continuation in the Makimono sistem meaning. Chatan “Guwa” Yara learned this kata in China in th 1600’s. Verzija koju mi radimo je ona koja je slična onoj koja je prošla Matsubayashi školu. Sells, John. Further evidence that Passai has roots in Tomari city is that Passai dai starts with the right fist covered by the left hand, like other kata thought to have originated there, such as Jutte, Jion, Jiin and Empi. Coincidentally, this is the form learned by Hayashi Teruo and Kuniba Shogo and brought to Japan as we will see later (click here to skip ahead and see the connection). Shotokan’s Bassai Dai also exhibits trademark deep stances and linear techniques. There are a lot of minor differences, but the first thing to notice -- as I have introduced previously -- is the point that Tomari Passai makes extensive use of the reverse spearhand (haimen nukite), while in Shuri Passai this has been changed to a fist. When Asato passed away Funakoshi trained Shuri-Te about 30 years. Dimanche 20 septembre, le Shitokai Gent de Senseï Kris Bielen a organisé un stage autour des katas “Bassai/Passai”. Asato no passai. Okinawa no Bushi no Te. According to direct Chibana student Murakami Katsumi, when Chibana showed this version (sometimes called the Tawada-ha Matsumura no Passai) to Itosu, Itosu had told him that he had never seen anyone perform that particular kata as well as Chibana, and that he should preserve it. Print. Print. Batrop, Texas. He then moved the Passai Dai of Itosu up to Passai Sho, kicking Itosu’s Passai Sho off the cliff until it was recovered and renamed Koryu Passai. Home / oyadomari no bassai. One final intriguing factor in support of Choyu is the body movement of Nakamura’s Passai. So he changed nukite to a closed fist, and so changed attack to defense. and so forth. “Bill-san” he said, “not for fighting at night.