This is the kata Unsa, from my very local style, Wado Ki Kai, which essentially exists only in central California. Based on the name alone, there is clearly some relation to the much more common kata "Unsu" which is actually also a (separate) kata in our style. Unsa is for purple belts, and Unsu is for black belts (I don't know which dan though, I believe 3).
This relation is furthered by the fact that "Unsu" means "cloud hands" according to various sources coming from outside of my style, whereas my Sensei's Sensei says that the name "Unsa" means "hands in the clouds."
Unfortunately, apart from the name and one high jump, they seem to have barely anything in common with each other. The beginning of Unsa vaguely resembles a kata known in other styles as Sanchin, however it quickly diverges from it. Does anybody recognize this kata? Is it unique to our style?