History of Kodokan Judo Institute of Japan Last Episode-3.

History of Kodokan Judo Institute of Japan Last Episode-3.

Dear Readers, Please find belwo third and last episode of History of Kodokan Judo Institute.

Yokosutemi-waza (15 techniques)

3-3 Yoko-Otoshi

4-2 Tani-Otoshi

4-3 Hane-makikomi

4-7 Soto-makikomi

5-2 Uki-waza

5-3 Yoko-wakare

5-4 Yoko-guruma

5-8 Yoko-gake

• Daki-wakare

• Uchi-makikomi

• Kani-basami

• Osoto-makikomi

• Uchi-mata-makikomi

• Harai-makikomi

• Kawazu-gake *a prohibited waza

Kyu (Former) Go Kyo no waza Stipulated in 1895. (42 techniques)

Dai-ikkyo:

(group1) Hiza-guruma, Sasae-turikomi-ashi, Uki-goshi,Tai-Otoshi, Osoto-gari, Deashi-harai,

Yoko-Otoshi (7 techniques) Dai-nikyo

(group 2) Sumi-gaeshi, O-goshi, Kosoto-gari, Koshi-guruma, Seoi-nage,Tomoe-nage,

Tani-Otoshi (7 techniques) Dai-sankyo

(group 3) Okuri-ashi-harai, Harai-goshi, Ushiro-goshi, Ura-nage, Uchi-mata, Obi-Otoshi,

Hane-goshi (7 techniques)

Dai-yonkyo

(group 4) Uki-Otoshi, Uki-waza, Daki-wakare, Kata-guruma, Hikikomi-gaeshi, Soto-makikomi,

Tsuri-goshi, Utsuri-goshi, Osoto-Otoshi, Tawara-gaeshi (10 techniques)

Dai-gokyo

(group 5) Yoko-guruma, Yoko-wakare, Uchi-makikomi, Kouchi-gari, Ashi-guruma,

Seoi-Otoshi, Yoko-gake, Harai-tsurikomi-ashi, Yama-arashi, Osoto-guruma,

Tsurikomi-goshi (11 techniques)

* “Tsurikomi-goshi” was not included in the Go Kyo no waza at the time of stipulation in 1895. It seems to be included in at the end of Meiji era, around 1911.

Go Kyo no waza Revised in 1920 (40 techniques)

Dai-ikkyo

(group1) De-ashi-harai, Hiza-guruma, Sasae-tsurikomi-ashi, Uki-goshi,

Osoto-gari, O-goshi, Ouchi-gari, Seoi-nage (8 techniques)

Dai-nikyo

(group 2) Kosoto-gari, Kouchi-gari, Koshi-guruma, Tsurikomi-goshi,

Okuri-ashi-harai, Tai-Otoshi, Harai-goshi, Uchi-mata (8 techniques)

Dai-sankyo

(group 3) Kosoto-gake, Tsuri-goshi, Yoko-Otoshi, Ashi-guruma, Hane-goshi,

Harai-tsurikomi-ashi, Tomoe-nage, Kata-guruma (8 techniques)

Dai-yonkyo

(group 4) Sumi-gaeshi, Tani-Otoshi, Hane-makikomi, Sukui-nage,

Utsuri-goshi, O-guruma, Soto-makikomi, Uki-Otoshi (8 techniques)

Dai-gokyo

(group 5) Osoto-guruma, Uki-waza, Yoko-wakare, Yoko-guruma, Ushiro-goshi,

Ura-nage, Sumi-Otoshi, Yoko-gake (8 techniques)

Common waza names apt to be used incorrectly

Te-guruma or Te-uchi-mata -> Included in “Sukui-nage”.

Ude-gaeshi -> When you throw with completing any Kansetsu-waza, it is not regarded as nage-waza.

When you throw without completing any Kansetsu-waza, then it is regarded as “Yoko-wakare”.

Obi-tori-gaeshi -> Included in “Hikikomi-gaeshi”.

Katame-Waza (29 techniques)

Notes:

Newly-named wazas 1 (stipulated on Feb. 01, 1985). Newly-named wazas 2 (stipulated on Apr. 01, 1997).

Omitted waza name (Apr.01,1997), Osaekomi-waza (7 techniques)

Kuzure-kesa-gatame, Kata-gatame, Kami-shiho-gatame, Kuzure-kami-shiho-gatame, Yoko-shiho-gatame, Tate-shiho-gatame, Kesa-gatame, Hon-kesa-gatame.

Shime-waza (12 techniques):

Nami-juji-jime, Gyaku-juji-jime, Kata-juji-jime, Hadaka-jime, Okuri-eri-jime, Kata-ha-jime, Do-jime (a prohibited waza), Sode-guruma-jime, Kata-te-jime, Ryo-te-jime, Tsukkomi-jime and Sankaku-jime.

Kansetsu-waza (10 techniques)

Ude-garami, Ude-hishigi-juji-gatame, Ude-hishigi-ude-gatame, Ude-hishigi-hiza-gatame, Ude-hishigi-waki-gatame

Ude-hishigi-hara-gatame, Ashi-garami* (a prohibited waza), Ude-hishigi-ashi-gatame, Ude-hishigi-te-gatame

Ude-hishigi-sankaku-gatame

Notice:

1. Kodokan uses the formal name “Kuzure-kesa-gatame” instead of commonly used “Makura-kesa-gatame” and “Ushiro-kesa-gatame”.

2. “Kesa” and “Kami-shiho” are the only wazas which has “Kuzure”. There are no “Kuzure” in “Yoko-shiho-gatame”, “Tate-shiho-gatame” nor in “Kata-gatame”.

3. Kodokan uses the formal name “Ude-hishigi-juji-gatame” or “Ude-hishigi-ude-gatame” instead of abbreviating the names such as “Juji-gatame” or “Ude-gatame”. www.kodokan.org

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