It is called an obi
The name in Japanese is 'Obi'
The traditional karate uniform is called a "Gi", pronounced gee. The Japanese and Okinawans wear a dogi, usually referred to as the gi to work out in. The belt, or obi, that holds the top together, is also used to indicate rank. You wear loose clothing called a gi with a belt called a obi.
a teacher in karate is called a "sensei" (meaning teacher in Japanese - pronounced sen-sey) but to be a sensei you have to be a black belt. so a red belt teacher shouldn't exist, and if they do they won't be very good as red is only the second belt
In Karate, we mainly use Japanese words. Hence Karate Uniforms is called Gi (Gee)
the first belt in karate is white
Karate blocks are called uke in Japanese. We pronounce it as "ooke"
In Sanchi Ryu Karate, the Japanese name for the first kata in this style of Karate is kata-ichi (also called first series, first action). Hope this helps!
gi (the white uniform) and the belt
A building in Japanese is a kan. A place to study karate in is usually called a dojo. Many karate styles include kan in their names, such as Shoto Kan and Shido Kan.
Kristin Kreuk has a purple belt in karate.
It depends on the style of karate. In some styles there is a red belt before reaching Black Belt. In others the red belt represents as the 9th and 10th dan (black belt) in karate.
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.
Japanese Shotokan Karate is taught on Okinawa. The roots of Shotokan are in Shorin Ryu karate, most of the kata can be identified as being the same.
The uniform varies from style to style and school and school. The uniform is called a gi in Japanese styles. I believe it is a tobuk in Korean styles. Beginners wear a white uniform with a belt from white to brown (in kenpo karate). and Masters wear a black uniform and the belt they have earned. In my style of Okinawa Karate, white is the only color allowed for anyone.
the next kaigan karate belt after white is orange
Karate originated in Japan, therefore, it is reasonable to think that Japanese people would practice Karate.
a kimono belt is called an obi
The belt in karate is called an obi. The color scheme for promotions is based on the judo system developed in Japan. The belts provide a visible means for an instructor to tell what level the student is at and what they are learning.
The highest rank in karate is 10th Dan also called a tenth degree black belt.Tenth-Dan is the highest rank in karate. They are called Masters. However from 5-Dan onwards you are considered a high rank Karateka.
Santa is good at Karate because he has a "Black Belt". MERRY KICK-MAS!
A karate instructor is usually called "Sensei" or master. Sensei means "one who has gone before" or teacher in Japanese.
i think karate is a Japanese word it means empty handed.