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The Japanese Jūdō belts are as follows:
Os cintos de Jūdō japoneses sãoos seguintes:

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* Upper line are men's belts, lower line are ladies belts.
* Na linha superior estão os cintos masculinos, a linha inferior estão os cintos femininos.

OBI / BELTS / CINTOS

 4級以下・・・白帯(男女共用)
Yonkyū ika...Shiro-obi (Danjo kyōyō)
Till 4th Kyū use WHITE belt (men & women)
Até 4º Kyū homens e mulheres usam cintos BRANCOS

 1級から3級・・・・・・・茶帯
Ikkyū kara san-kyū ... Cha(iro)obi
From 3rd to 1st Kyū use BROWN belt
Do 3º ao 1º Kyū usam cinto CASTANHOS

 初段から5段・・・・・・・黒帯
Shodan kara godan ... Kuro-obi
From Shodan to 5th DAN use BLACK belt
De Shodan a 5º DAN usam cinto PRETO.

 6段から8段・紅白のだんだら帯
Rokudan kara hachidan - Kōhaku no dandara obi
From 6th to 8th DAN RED/WHITE belt.
Do 6º ao 8º DAN usam cinto VERMELHO/BRANCO.

 9段・10段・・・・・・・赤帯
Kudan - Jūdan... Aka-obi
9th and 10th DAN use RED belt.
9º e 10º DAN usam cintos vermelhos.

 (6段以上黒帯をしめても良い)
(Rokudan ijō kuro-obi o shimete mo ii)
(6th, 7th and 8th DAN may use BLACK belts.)
(6º, 7º e 8º DAN podem usar cintos PRETOS.)

 少年部1級から3級・・・・紫帯
Shōnenbu ikkyū kara san-kyū ... Murasaki-obi
Children's class - 3rd to 1st Kyū use PURPLE belt.
Crianças: do 3º ao 1º Kyū usam cinto roxo (púrpura).

 女子・・・・中央に白線がある帯
Joshi ... Chūō ni hakusen ga aru obi
Ladies: there is a white stripe along ladies' belts.
Senhoras/raparigas: há uma listra branca que percorre toda a extensão do cinto.

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Old Kōdōkan Rank patches - from 1st to 6th Dan.
Generally used on black-belts, they were seen on Uwagi as well.

Distintivos de Graduação antigos do Kōdōkan - do 1º ao 6º Dan.
Geralmente usados nos cintos-pretos, também eram vistos no Uwagi.


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When I started Jūdō, all Kyū belts had the following patch (and belts had their proper colors):
A small rectangle with white background with Yata-no-kagami symbol and Kōdōkan written in kanji - nothing else.
Quando eu comecei no Jūdō, todos os cintos de Kyū tinham o seguinte distintivo (e os cintos as suas cores apropriadas: um pequeno retângulo com o fundo em branco, o yata-no-kagami e a palavra Kōdōkan escrita em Kanji - nada mais.

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But for me it was a mere mark on the belt and I never paid too much attention about its meaning.
Later, local manufacturer's marks replaced the Kōdōkan patch... once again we saw those new patches as marks without any special meaning.
Mas para mim era uma mera marca no cinto e eu nunca prestei muita atenção sobre o seu significado.
Mais tarde, distribuidores locais substituiram o distintivo do Kōdōkan pelas suas próprias marcas... novamente nós consideramos aqueles novos distintivos apenas como marcas sem qualquer significado especial.


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Other foreign Jūdō belts (DAN grades use the Japanese DAN system):
Cintos de Jūdō de outros países (as graduações DAN seguem o sistema japonês:

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4 Comments On This Entry

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budokachi 

04 May 2006 - 09:22 PM
Afterall, the portuguese system is much more simple than even de japanese system, wich it is surprising. :rolleyes:
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NBK 

30 March 2008 - 01:09 PM
Very nice blog - thanks for sharing.

One question (for now) and a comment.

Do you have a source for the comment regarding the red stripe on the karate belts?

And, the artwork is great - is it yours? If so, may I suggest that you not use the shadowing for the characters and writing? It makes everything harder to read, and it is really good. Must be a lot of work.
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Joseverson 

30 March 2008 - 04:47 PM

NBK, on Mar 30 2008, 02:09 PM, said:

Very nice blog - thanks for sharing.
One question (for now) and a comment.
Do you have a source for the comment regarding the red stripe on the karate belts?
And, the artwork is great - is it yours? If so, may I suggest that you not use the shadowing for the characters and writing? It makes everything harder to read, and it is really good. Must be a lot of work.

Question about the red stripe:
I read it long ago in an old japanese karate book.

Different from white stripe on Jūdō feminine belts that are frequently seen, red stripes on Karate belts are not seen any longer.

(Gonna try to find the book again and refer it here.)

Comment about artwork:
Yup they are my drawings... Next time characters will not have shadow (thanks).

Jo
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Joseverson 

01 November 2008 - 08:25 PM

NBK, on Mar 30 2008, 01:09 PM, said:

Do you have a source for the comment regarding the red stripe on the karate belts?

There are few official sources on red stripe(s) placed on Karate belts.

Long ago I read that there was only one red stripe on Karate belts (like the white stripe on lady's Jūdō belt). That time, such information was "learn and leave"... Unfortunatelly, when gathering sources today, many references are missing.

It is the case now, I did not find the source where I read about "one" red stripe on Karate belts yet. (Gonna keep looking for it tho.) :hap:

However, reading the following source I found a picture of old karate belt where two stripes can be found:

In the book published by ZEN NIPPON KARATE-DÔ RENMEI SITÔKAI 全日本空手道連盟糸東会 entitled YÛKYÛ NO KEN 悠久之拳 ("Eternal Fist"), page 44, we can see the belt and its stripes. They are like this:

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But I will keep looking for the source where I read about one stripe on the karate belt in order to provide you the information you need.

Joe.
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