The peace that comes from balance and flexibility represented by two tongues of fire balancing, surrounded by a flexilbe ring of bamboo.
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yoko

1. [Common Usage]
  1. sideways, to the side
  2. width
2. lateral, side
3. (yoh'koh) side or lateral A directional term used in the Japanese Martial Arts.
4. sideways
7. side, hence: yokoguruma side wheel throw
yoko sutemi waza

橫捨身技

2. [Judo] A Sutemi technique to the side which includes three principal separate throws: Yoko-gake, Yoko-guruma and Uki-waza. See also Sutemi-waza, Nage-no-kata.
3. (yoh'koh soo-teh-mee wa'za) side sacrifice techniques A collective name for judo sacrifice throws executed with the side of the body touching the ground.
9. side sacrifice techniques
Uki-waza
Yoko-gake
Yoko-guruma
Tani-otoshi
Yoko-wakare
Yoko-otoshi
Hane-makikomi
Soto-makikomi
Uchi-makikomi
yoko ukemi

橫受け身

2. fall on the side: contact with the ground is made by the shoulder and hip, so that only one forearm and palm strikes the ground on the contact side.
3. (yoh'koh oo-keh-mee) The side breakfall of judo and aikido.
10. [Judo] breakfall to the right or left
yubi

1. [Common Usage] finger
3. (yoo'bee) finger
4. fingers
yubi nage

指投げ

no reference
yudansha

有段者

see also: dansha
2. A Japanese title for someone who has passed one or more Dan grade examinations in a martial arts discipline.
3. (yoo-dan'sha) black belt holder. A title designating a black belt holder.
4. black belt
6. Rank above Brown Belt
7. holder of the Dan grade (black belt) in Japanese martial arts
yudanshakai

有段者会

3. (yoo-dan'sha-keye) black belt holders group
  1. An association of judo black belts chartered by the Kodokan.
  2. Any association of black belts or their equivalent in the martial arts.
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