Matsukaze kata bunkai
This karate kata is from Matsumora Kosaku of Tomari in Okinawa (see Unante by Sells). The region of Tomari was a small fishing village and is located really just a number of miles from the other famous regions where karate arose in Okinawa, that is Shuri and Naha. In fact, in today's measures of distance these regions are so close together, that today Tomari is now within the district of Naha. The kata was renamed toMatsukaze from the name Wankan by Mabuni Kenwa, the founder of shito ryu. This was done during a time when referring to the Okinawan king was not in fashion, as wankan translates to "King's Crown".
It is relatively highly preserved across shito-ryu sub-styles and it is really the same kata as the wankan seen in most Shorin ryu styles with just minor variations here and there.