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Numbers

Rōmaji

Kanji

Description

Ichi

一 [いち]

One

Ni

二 [に]

Two

San

三 [さん]

Three

Yon/Shi

四 [よん/し]

Four

Go

五 [ご]

Five

Roku

六 [ろく]

Six

Nana/Shichi

七 [なな/しち]

Seven

Hachi

八 [はち]

Eight

Ku/Kyuu

九 [く/きゅ]

Nine

Juu

十 [じゅう]

Ten

Useful Phrases

Rōmaji

Kanji

Description

Dō Itashimashite

どう致しましてどういたしまして

Your welcome

Dōmo

どうも

Thanks (informal)

Dōmo Arigatō

どうもありがとう

Thank you (formal)

Dōmo Arigatō Gozaimashite

どうもありがとうございまして

Thank you very much for what you have done

Dōmo Arigatō Gozaimasu

どうもありがとうございます

Thank you very much

Dozo

どぞ

Please (go ahead)

Gomen

御免

Pardon me, excuse me.

Gomen Nasai

ごめんなさい

Sorry

Gomen Nasai

御免なさい

Excuse me (apology)

Hai

はい

Acknowledgment

Iie

No

Konbanwa

今晩は

Good Evening

Konnichiwa

今日は

Good Afternoon

Ohayō Gozaimasu

お早うございます

Good Morning

Sayōnara

さようなら

Goodbye

Sumimasen

すみません

Excuse me

Wakarimasen

わかりません

I don't understand

Wakarimasu

わかります

I understand

Misc Class and Competion

Rōmaji

Kanji

Description

Aka

Red

Akai No Kachi

赤の勝ち

Red wins

Akai Yama No Koshi

赤山の公示

Red has left a mountain cut

Battō

抜刀

Drawing the sword

Chiburi

血振り

Action of removing blood from the blade

Dame

駄目

Don't, bad, not like that

Furikaburu

振りかぶる

Raising the sword to cut

Ganbatte

頑張って

Hold out, persevere, do your best, good luck.

Hai

はい

Okay

Hajime

始め

Start.

Hantei

判定

"Judgment" or "decision." a command by the referee to the judges to choose the winner of a match when neither contestant has scored or if the score is tied.

Hayaku

早く

Quick, fast

Iaigoshi

居合い腰, 居合腰

Step forward with the right foot and backwards with the left foot going into the proper sword posture.

Kiwotsuke

気を付け

(Stand to) attention!

Kumitachi

組太刀

Partner practice with swords.

Nōtō

納刀

Returning the sword to its scabbard.

Sanpo

散歩

Walk command to move into the starting position of a kata.

Sayabiki

鞘引

Pulling the scabbard back, Saya control, usually pulling back

Seiza

正座

"Correct sitting." A kneeling position sitting on both calves.

Senshu Maeni

選手前に

Competitors, come close

Shidachi

仕太刀

Defender who must react to a confrontation

Shinpan Rei

審判 礼

Bow to judges

Shiro

White

Shiro No Kachi

白の勝ち

White wins

Shiro Yama No Koshi

白山の公示

White has left a mountain cut

Tagaini Rei

互いに礼

Bow to each other

Tatehiza

立て膝

Sitting with one knee drawn up

Uchidachi

打太刀

Attacker who initiates confrontation

Yame

止め

Stop

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