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Kyokushin 3rd Kyu


Jodan Age Hiji Ate

Jodan Age Hiji Ate is a technique in Kyokushin karate. It translates to 'Upper-Level Rising Elbow Strike.' This technique involves delivering a rising elbow strike targeting the opponent's upper body, typically aimed at the chin, jaw, or solar plexus. The term 'Jodan' refers to the upper level, 'Age' means rising, 'Hiji' indicates the elbow, and 'Ate' refers to the strike. It is a powerful close-range technique used to inflict damage and create openings for follow-up attacks.


  • hiji / elbow
  • 上段jodan / face area
  • 上げage / raised
  • 当てate / strike
  • tate / vertical
  • 蹴上keage / kick up
  • 八字hachiji / eight characters
  • 空手着karategi / Karate-gi, appelé Kimono dans plusieurs pays
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