Kata is defined as :-
Kata (型 or 形 literally: “form”), a Japanese word, are detailed choreographed patterns of movements practiced either solo or in pairs. The term form is used for the corresponding concept in non-Japanese martial arts in general.
The Pinan kata are a series of five empty hand forms taught in many karate styles including Wadokai. When Gichin Funakoshi Shotokan brought karate to Japan, he renamed the kata to Heian, which is translated as “peaceful and safe”. Pinan is the Chinese Pinyin notation of 平安, which means also “peaceful and safe”. (Wikipedia)
All the kata below are taken from videos on You Tube – demonstrated by Nonoyama Wado-Kai and Toudiyama, Fukazawa. These should be used as a guide as the instructors will insure you perform them as per the standardised forms for WKF competitions.
Pinan Godan – Fukazawa De wado karate site
These five kata are summarised by the first senior Wado-Kai Kata