The Body and its parts

In this page red arrow means that it is a vital point.


The Body previous page

atama for a head. kubi for a neck.
kata for a shoulder. mune for a chest.
ude for an arm.
ashi for a leg. Sometimes kyaku is used instead of ashi, such as kyaku tou, which means using a leg like a sword to mow down your opponent.
dou for a trunk or a body, but it does not include arms, legs nor a head, usually.
hara for an abdomen.
koshi for a waist, and it includes hips.

Leg previous page

hiza for a knee
mukouzune for a shin.
kurubushi for an ankle.
kakato for a heel.
fukurahagi for a calf.
futomomo for a thigh.

Foot previous page

kou for an instep.
tumasaki for a tiptoe.
zenzokutei for the front part of the sole of a foot.
ashinoura for the sole of a foot.
tushifumazu for the arch of a foot.

Head previoius page

hitai for a forehead.
me for an eye.
hana for a nose.
kuchi for a mouth.
ago for a jaw.
bukkotu for a secret point just under the Adam's apple.
mikaduki for a secret point in a jaw.
keichuu for a secret point in the neck bone.
mimi for an ear.
mayu for an eyebrow.

Trunk previous page

suigetu for a pit of the stomach.
sanmai is a secret point in the side of a chest.
yokosanmai is a secret point in the side of a chest.
Arm and hand previous page

jouwan for an upper arm.
zenwan for a forearm.
hiji for an elbow.
bosikyu is a key of juho.
oyayubi for a thumb.
hitosashiyubi for an index finger.
tenohira for a palm.
shuto is a little finger side of a palm.
wantou is left side of your right forearm when the palm facing you.
chuin is a secret point near the elbow.
nakayubi for a middle finger, kusuriyubi for a ring finger, koyubi for a little finger.

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