Shomen Giri targets the skull at first. There is a potential for such a cut to glance off the rounded structure of the skull. It is primarily used to finish off the opontent.
Kotê is cut to the region of the palm in order to disarm and injure the opponent. There are variations of the cut, some of which are to threaten the opponent.
Yokomen Giri (left and right)
Yokomen Giri (also known as Yokomen-uchi) is strike on side of head. Depending on which side (left or right), the variant of the cut changes. The strike is completed at eye level.
Do Giri (left and right)
Dogiri is a cut aimed horizontally into the torso. Again, like Yokomen Giri, it can be done on both sides of the opponent - left and right. The way of cutting is the same on both sides.
A forward strike, piercing at the shortest distance. It is aimed at the solar plexus and the blade is twisted horizontally (sharp side facing opposite way of your position).