1. It refers to entering movements or obvious techniques.
2. When used refering to a sword, it is the side of the sword that faces out from the hip when it is in the scabbard.
3. When used refering to the body, it means an open palm of the hand.
4. Can also refer to something being obvious or openly taught or shown to the public.

It's the opposite of Ura.

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