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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Gichin claimed the mastery of Karate-do required being what?
(a) A strong heart and willpower.
(b) A desire for new experiences and people.
(c) A good and honest member of society.
(d) A willingness to give in to higher power.
2. What new role had the crown prince taken on as the war commenced?
3. In 1921, who held a demonstration of ancient Japanese martial arts?
(a) Ministry of Trade.
(b) Ministry of Health.
(c) Ministry of International Affairs.
(d) Ministry of Education.
4. Former students of Gichin who were unable to carry a rifle or sword were told to do what to the enemy during the war?
(a) Beat them.
(b) Karate charge.
(c) Scalpel them.
(d) Run away from them.
5. What did the person Gichin met in Tokyo want from him?
(b) A cigarette.
6. How many weapons did Gichin identify from the wrist down?
7. What did Gichin show containing photographs of karate stances, kata, and movements?
8. Who when trained in karate might be more obedient?
9. What is the Japanese word for knapsack?
10. Who encouraged and warned Gichin of the difficulties of starting a school in Tokyo?
(a) Gima and Juku.
(b) Kosugi and Kano.
(c) Azato and Itosu.
(d) Rudo and Kano.
11. What did karate teach women?
12. What did Gichin compare a man's body to?
(a) A temple.
(b) A stack of boards.
(c) A pulsing wave.
(d) A strong gale.
13. What did Gichin sleep on?
(a) A thin mat with a quilt.
(b) A big bed and box spring.
(c) A long table.
(d) A floating waterbed.
14. What rule number was missing from karate-do?
15. What did an opponent allow a karate student to do?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who was the naval man that became a student of Gichin?
2. Gichin was moved by His Majesty's memory of a demonstration that he did many years ago at what location?
3. Karate was known in what Islands?
4. From where did Gichin get students?
5. Gichin took his wife's ashes by train to where?
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