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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who when trained in karate might be more obedient?
2. What did karate teach women?
3. What were the police afraid would happen with karate students?
(a) They form hoodlum gangs.
(b) They fight all the time.
(c) They win by default.
(d) They beat the police.
4. What did Gichin compare a man's body to?
(a) A temple.
(b) A strong gale.
(c) A pulsing wave.
(d) A stack of boards.
5. Who began to join the karate dojo when Gichin was 80?
6. Gichin urged students to practice what in public and private daily life?
7. Who encouraged and warned Gichin of the difficulties of starting a school in Tokyo?
(a) Gima and Juku.
(b) Kosugi and Kano.
(c) Rudo and Kano.
(d) Azato and Itosu.
8. What was exercised in karate that could improve marital relations?
9. Gichin claimed the mastery of Karate-do required being what?
(a) A desire for new experiences and people.
(b) A willingness to give in to higher power.
(c) A good and honest member of society.
(d) A strong heart and willpower.
10. Who was a first-rate karateka?
(a) Master Azato.
(b) Gichin Funakoshi.
(c) Meisei Juku.
(d) Shinkin Gima.
11. Where was Gichin's sick wife?
12. In 1921, who held a demonstration of ancient Japanese martial arts?
(a) Ministry of Education.
(b) Ministry of Trade.
(c) Ministry of International Affairs.
(d) Ministry of Health.
13. What was Gichin's favorite food?
14. Who told the public bathhouse tale that Gichin repeated?
15. What did children in the garden call Gichin for his smooth, ruddy-skinned complexion?
(a) Tan man.
(b) Spy man.
(c) Snake gourd.
(d) Dancing pole.
Short Answer Questions
1. In 1945, Gichin's dojo was destroyed by what?
2. What did Gichin sleep on?
3. What rule number was missing from karate-do?
4. What did Gichin say that trainees used karate for?
5. How many weapons did Gichin identify from the wrist down?
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