The manual shows clear diagrams and deliberately
avoids too many details. It is intended as a reference for the karateka
to look up forgotten kata sequences and techniques.
Occasionally, one or the other question comes up during training:
• When is the Kiai required?
• Is the kick performed Jôdan or Chûdan?
• Is the Sanbon principle applicable for the combination?
• Fast or slow execution of moves?
The manual answers all of those questions quickly
by providing easy-to-understand diagrams for immediate application
Note the special feature concerning Ten no Kata:
The kata developed by Funakoshi is illustrated with clear diagrams and
is therefore easy to understand.