Vocabulary and Terminology Kamae- Forms (Mental), Stance (Click to see example) Shizen no Kamae Ichimonji no Kamae Jumonji no Kamae Doko no Kamae Hira no Kamae Hicho no Kamae Hoko no Kamae Fudoza no Kamae Seiza no Kamae Seigon no Kamae Dojo Etiquette  (click to here how each phrase is pronounced) Onigaishimasu – Please allow me to train with you. Said when bowing in to train with a partner and at the start of class. Domo Arigato Gozaimasu – Thank you Very Much. Said when bowing out to a training partner and at the end of class. Dozo – Please Shikin harimitsu dai komyo- May my next act bring enlightenment. Said at the beginning and end of class. Japanese Numbers (click to hear how they are pronounced)  Ichi (pronounced ee-chee) One Ni (knee) -Two San (Son)- Three Shi (She) – Four Go- Five Rokkyu (Pronounced Row-Ku)- Six Shichi (pronounced She-chee) – Seven Hachi (pronounced Ha-chee) -- Eight Ku (Pronounced Kuu)-- Nine Ju (Pronounced J-ou)-- Ten Sticking Techniques Fudo-Ken – Immovable Fist Shuto-Ken – Sword Hand Strike Boshi-Ken – Inch Boy Finger Strike. Shikan-Ken – Striking with the extended knuckles Soku gyaku geri – Striking using bottom of the foot and heel Sokki geri ( pronounced so-ki kerri) – Striking with the knee General Terms as used in our training Dojo – Training Hall Midgi – Right Hidari-Left Motte – stop or switch Nage – throw technique Omote – outside Ura - Inside Rei – To bow Sensei – One who has walked before Tori – receiver of gift or defender Sempai – Senior Student of the Dojo or class Uke – Attacker (TO UNDERSTAND WHAT IT IS BEING AN UKE CLICK HERE!)