Comparisons of styles

A student well versed in even one technique will naturally see corresponding points in other techniques. A upper level punch, a lower punch, a front punch and a reverse punch are all essentially the same. Looking over thirty-odd kata, he should be able to see that they are essentially variations on just a handful. — Gichin Funakoshi

Wado Ryu, Goju Ryu, Shotokan, Shito Ryu, Shorin Ryu, Isshinryu, Chito Ryu, Uechi Ryu
karate kata Seisan (十三) (alternate names Sesan, Seishan, Jusan, Hangetsu) literally means ’13’. Some people refer to the kata as ’13 Hands’, ’13 Fists’, ’13 Techniques’, ’13 Steps’ or even ’13 killing positions’. However, these names have no historical basis.
Chatan Yara Kushanku
Bassai Dai Shotokan & Shito-Ryu
Shito Ryu & Shotokan
Kanku Dai & Kosoko Dai

Jitte Wado-Ryu & Shotokan
Bassai Kata | Across All Major Karate Styles