Karate

Karate

Sport Overview

Karate is a martial art that was developed in Japan for the purpose of defending yourself unarmed against an assailant by using your whole body and employing techniques such as takedowns, thrusts, blows and kicks.

Karate consists of two disciplines: in “kumite”, competitors actually engage in a fight that is regulated by rules and try to win more points than the opponent; in “kata”, competitors perform movements according to a designated form and are evaluated based on the tempo, power, speed, accuracy and other aspects of their techniques.

Event

〇Male
 [Kumite Category 1] (40 - 49)
 [Kata Category 1] (40 - 49)
 
 [Kumite Category 2] (50 - 59)
 [Kata Category 2] (50 - 59)

 [Kumite Category 3] (60 - 69)
 [Kata Category 3] (60 - 69)

 [Kumite Category 4] (70+)
 [Kata Category 4] (70+)

〇Female
 [Kumite Category 1] (35 - 44)
 [Kata Category 1] (35 - 44)

 [Kumite Category 2] (45 - 54)
 [Kata Category 2] (45 - 54)

 [Kumite Category 3] (55+)
 [Kata Category 3] (55+)

Eligibility

【Age Requirement】
 Men:Minimum age is 40 (born on or before 31 December 1981)
 Women:Minimum age is 35 (born on or before 31 December 1986)

【Athletes in Japan】
 (1)Those whose age, as of 31 December 2021, and that corresponds to item “6. Events”
 (2)Athletes must be members, registered with the All Japan Karatedo Federation.
 (3)Athletes must be certified rank holders.


【Athletes in other countries】
 (1)Those whose age, as of 31 December 2021, and corresponds to item “6. Events”
 (2)Athletes need to be a member of NF in their country.
 (3)Athletes must hold a NF rank in their own countries.

Sports Information Guide

Schedule

Sport Discipline May 2021 Venues
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
Karate                            
Kyoto City Budo Center

※The above schedule was created based on the information that is current as of June 5th, 2020. It is subject to change due to various circumstances in the future.

Venue

Kyoto City Budo Center

Location 46-2 Entomi-cho, Shogoin,Sakyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto
Games Accreditation Sports Check-in
Access ・10 minutes walking from Jingu-Marutamachi Sta.
Official Homepage http://www.kyoto-sports.or.jp/facilities/detail.php?id=15

Sport Check-in

As a general rule, Sport Check-in must be completed at the venue by the day before the competition.

【Date and Time】
 20 May, 2021 (Thurs) 13:00 – 15:00
 21 May, 2021 (Fri) 09:00 – 15:00
 22 May, 2021 (Sat) 09:00 – 15:00

【Venue】
 Kyoto City Budo Center

【Remarks】
 Planned to hand out bibs and programmes etc.

Nearest Village

Masters Village Kyoto

Location 902 Shimogyo-ku, Higashishiokojicho,Kyoto City
Access ・From JR Kyoto Station, take the central exit and go down to the basement level using the escalator. Turnright at the first passage and proceed straight ahead. The next square is “Porta Plaza”.
・From the airport bus drop-off location “Kyoto Station Hachijo-guchi”, proceed to “HachijoEast Exit” ofKyoto Station and go down to the 2nd basement level. Please proceed straight through the undergroundpassage. “Porta Plaza” is on the left at the north gate of Subway Kyoto Station.
Official Homepage http://www.porta.co.jp/floor

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