Why in every other shotokan form you end the kata with Yame, but in Jitte you end it with Naore? I always found it strange. Does Jitte symbolize something? I'd kind of get it if it was like the first black belt form you know, n the ending would symbolize a passage from below black belt, TO black belt, but as it stands.....I'm just wondering why it's different, and why no other form ends with that saying.
Edited by Dojostudent (12/19/06 06:37 PM)
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