I haven't posted much on here as of late, but I'm always thinking of more questions I would like to pose to the patrons of this fine forum. This is the first time I've posted an inquiry about a specific technique, but its really bugging me. In fact, its bugging me so much, that I would be surprised if someone has not asked about it before. I checked and did not see another topic on this, but I am still convinced it must be somewhere. So if you remember such a topic, please forgive the redundancy.
In the end of the Passai there are three shuto uke. The second to last one confounds me, because unlike every other shuto uke in the kata, for this one you look in the opposite direction of your arms. Does anyone have an idea why this might be?