Karate comes from a place named Okinawa, which is now a part of Japan, though it wasn't when it was first developed.
The word karate is from the Japanese language.
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karate is Japanese
Karate is Japanese, is important in Japanease culture. If you are in karate or know it you would notice that most of the katas are japanese names.
Japanese karate was created based on Okinawa karate. It came to Japan in the 1930's.
i think karate is a Japanese word it means empty handed.
a belt or a karate belt in Japanese is called obi
Karate originated in Japan, therefore, it is reasonable to think that Japanese people would practice Karate.
Karate is a Japanese word.
Karate student translates to ç©ºæ‰‹ã®ç”Ÿå¾’ (karate no seito) in Japanese.
Karate is a Japanese world, so it would be said the same way. The Japanese word for child is kodomo.
No. It is Japanese.
"Karate" - it is Japanese and means "Open Hand" or "Empty Hand".
Karate literally means empty hand in Japanese.
Japanese karate was a branch of Okinawa karate. Gichen Funikoshi came to Japan in the 1930's to demonstrate the art. He remained for the rest of his life to teach what is now known as Shodokan Karate.
It is counted in Japanese
Karate started in Japan. In Japanese it means 'empty hand'
Karate blocks are called uke in Japanese. We pronounce it as "ooke"
In Karate, we mainly use Japanese words. Hence Karate Uniforms is called Gi (Gee)
kendo and karate
It is called an obi