Sho-den: Forms 1 - 12
First Level: Omori-Ryu Style
Chu-den: Forms 1 - 10 
Second Level: Hasegawa-Eishin-Ryu Style
Okuden: Suwari Waza Forms (1), 2 - 8  &
Okuden: Tachi Waza Forms 1 - 5
Third Level: Hasegawa-Eishin-Ryu Style
Okuden: Tachi Waza Forms 6 - 11 
Third Level: Hasegawa-Eishin-Ryu Style
Note: Some differences in the spelling of each kata exist because the translation from Japanese to English is phonetic and, therefore, subject to variation.
1.  Ipponme - Shohatto
2.  Nihonme - Sato
3.  Sanbonme -  Uto
4.  Yonhonme - Atarito
5.  Gohonme - Inyoshintai
6.  Ropponme - Ryuto
7.   Nanahonme - Junto
8.   Hachihonme - Gyakyuto
9.   Kyuhonme - Seichuto
10. Jupponme - Koranto
11. Juipponme - Nukiuchi
12. Junihonme - Inyoshintai-Kaewaza 
1.  Ipponme - Yokogumo
2.  Nihonme - Toraissoki
3.  Sanbonme -  Inazuma
4.  Yonhonme - Ukigumo
5.  Gohonme - Yamaoroshi
6.   Ropponme - Iwanami
7.   Nanahonme - Urokogaeshi
8.   Hachihonme - Namigaeshi
9.   Kyuhonme - Takiotoshi
10. Jupponme - Nukiuchi
Suwari Waza (Seated Practice)
1.   Ipponme - Kasumi (missing film)
2.   Nihonme - Sunegakoi
3.   Sanbonme -  Shihogiri
4.   Yonhonme - Tozume
5.   Gohonme - Towaki
6.   Ropponme - Tanashita
7.   Nanahonme - Ryozume
8.   Hachihonme - Torabashiri
Tachi Waza (Standing Practice)
1.  Ipponme - Yukizure
2.  Nihonme - Tsuredachi
3.  Sanbonme - Somakuri
4.  Yonhonme - Sodome
5.  Gohonme - Shinobu
6.  Ropponme - Yukichigai
7.  Nanahonme - Sodeshurigaeshi
8.  Hachihonme - Moniri


9.   Kyuhonme - Kabezoi
10. Jupponme - Ukenagashi
11. Juipponme - Itomagoi (1, 2, & 3)
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