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Karate and Kungfu Term

Kunfu, Karate, Martial Arts Rank
See also: Kyū
In 1924 Gichin Funakoshi, founder of Shotokan Karate, adopted the Dan system from the judo founder Jigoro Kano[34] using a rank scheme with a limited set of belt colors. Other Okinawan teachers also adopted this practice. In the KyÅ«/Dan system the beginner grades start with a higher numbered kyÅ« (e.g., 10th KyÅ« or JukyÅ«) and progress toward a lower numbered kyÅ«. The Dan progression continues from 1st Dan (Shodan, or ‘beginning dan’) to the higher dan grades. KyÅ«-grade karateka are referred to as “color belt” or mudansha (“ones without dan/rank”). Dan-grade karateka are referred to as yudansha (holders of dan/rank). Yudansha typically wear a black belt. Requirements of rank differ among styles, organizations, and schools. KyÅ« ranks stress stance, balance, and coordination. Speed and power are added at higher grades.
A young student graduates up a rank in belt in front of his dojo.
Minimum age and time in rank are factors affecting promotion. Testing consists of demonstration of techniques before a panel of examiners. This will vary by school, but testing may include everything learned at that point, or just new information. The demonstration is an application for new rank (shinsa) and may include kata, bunkai, self-defense, routines, tameshiwari (breaking), and/or kumite (sparring).