The Eisho Mon is one of Heihachi Mishima's moves that made it's appearance in Tekken 5 and continues as the series progress. The command input for this move is d/b+2. During the animation, Heihachi will perform a clockwise-spinning move, lunge forward and attack the opponent's shin/knee with a powerful, crushing right back fist.
When to use
As one of the characters that has a few low-poking strings and moves in his arsenal, Eisho Mon is one of the most, if not the best, important tools in Heihachi's gameplay. This low-hitting move come with a multitious advantage:
- Eisho Mon has a solid frame advantage (14 frames, +5 on block) and can be spammed on opponents who do not check their guard.
- The move sets Heihachi in a crouching position, meaning that should the move was blocked, Heihachi can dish out some of his WS moves, enabling him to poke damage while remaining safe.
- Alongside his already listed moves, Heihachi can also apply this move in a 50-50 and crouch-dash mix-up games.