Judo throw techniques

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This section provides information on Judo techniques such as throws (Nage Waza) and grappling (Katame Waza). It also supplies you with Japanese and English names for each of these techniques. Be aware that Judo is a Japanese martial arts with hundreds of different grappling techniques.

To properly and safely utilize Judo techniques, you need to learn them from a Judo instructor who can give an in-depth explanation of the technique, provide instruction on your mistakes and detail how the technique should be employed. These martial arts techniques should be only practiced under the supervision of a trained martial arts instructor. Some of these techniques are very dangerous (i.e. Hadaka Jime or Rear Naked Choke) if done improperly.

Ukemui – Judo Breakfalls & Rolls

Nage Waza – Judo Throws

Te Waza – Judo Throws (Hand Techniques)

Koshi Waza – Judo Throws (Hip Techniques)

Ashi Waza – Judo Throws (Foot Techniques)

Sutemi Waza – Sacrifice Techniques

Katame Waza – Judo Grappling Techniques

Osae Waza – Pinning Techniques

Shime Waza – Choking Techniques

Kansetsu Waza – Joint Lock Techniques

Kinshi-Waza – Forbidden techniques. These have been banned from many Judo competitions.

  • Ashi Garami – Entangled Leg Lock
  • Do Jime – Trunk Strangle, Trunk Squeeze, etc.
  • Kani Basami – Scissors Throw, Flying Scissors, Scissors Sweep, etc.
  • Kawazu Gake – One Leg Entanglement

List of Judo Throwing Techniques (or Nage Waza) – Each of the sections below contain instructions for many different throwing techniques.

List of Judo Grappling Techniques (or Katame Waza) – These sections contain instructions for a wide range of grappling techniques.

Related Pages

Judo Throws (Nage Waza)

Judo Techniques

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References

  1. International Judo Federation, Judo Techniques, http://www.intjudo.eu/Judo_Corner/Judo_Techniques/Judo_Techniques5
  2. Kodokan Judo Institute, Classification of Waza Names, http://www.kodokan.org/e_waza/index.html#katamewaza
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67 Throws of Kodokan Judo

The Gokyo no Waza is the standard syllabus of Judo throws originated in 1895. From 1920 to 1982 the Kodokan Gokyo no Waza was made up of 40 throws in 5 groups and these were all of the throwing techniques in the Kodokan syllabus. Around the 100th anniversary of the Kodokan (1982) a group of 8 traditional Judo throws were recognized that had been taken out in 1920, and 17 newer techniques were recognized as official Kodokan Judo throws (called the Shinmeisho no Waza). In 1997 the Kodokan added the last two additional Judo throws to the Shinmeisho no Waza. The following are the only throwing techniques (nage waza) currently recognized by the Kodokan.

 

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Kyu (Former) Go Kyo no waza
Stipulated in 1895. (42 techniques)Dai-ikkyo
(group1)Hiza-guruma, Sasae-turikomi-ashi, Uki-goshi,Tai-otoshi, O-soto-gari, De-ashi-harai, Yoko-otoshi (7 techniques)Dai-nikyo
(group 2)Sumi-gaeshi, O-goshi, Ko-soto-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, O-soto-otoshi, Tawara-gaeshi (10 techniques)Dai-gokyo
(group 5)Yoko-guruma, Yoko-wakare, Uchi-makikomi, Ko-uchi-gari, Ashi-guruma, Seoi-otoshi, Yoko-gake, Harai-tsurikomi-ashi, Yama-arashi, O-soto-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, O-soto-gari, O-goshi, O-uchi-gari, Seoi-nage (8 techniques)Dai-nikyo
(group 2)Ko-soto-gari, Ko-uchi-gari, Koshi-guruma, Tsurikomi-goshi, Okuri-ashi-harai, Tai-Otoshi, Harai-goshi, Uchi-mata (8 techniques)Dai-sankyo
(group 3)Ko-soto-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)O-soto-guruma, Uki-waza, Yoko-wakare, Yoko-guruma, Ushiro-goshi, Ura-nage, Sumi-otoshi, Yoko-gake (8 techniques)

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Nage-waza (投げ技): throwing techniques[edit]

Te-waza (手技): hand throwing techniques[edit]

  1. Ippon seoinage (一本背負投): Single-handed back throw
  2. Kata guruma (肩車): Shoulder wheel
  3. Kibisu gaeshi (踵返): One-hand reversal
  4. Morote gari (双手刈): Two-hand reap
  5. Obi otoshi (帯落): Belt drop
  6. Seoi nage (背負投): Back throw
  7. Seoi otoshi (背負落): Back drop
  8. Sukui nage (掬投): Scoop throw
  9. Sumi otoshi (隅落): Corner drop
  10. Tai otoshi (体落): Body drop
  11. Uchi mata sukashi (内股透): Inner thigh void throw
  12. Uki otoshi (浮落): Floating drop
  13. Yama arashi (山嵐): Mountain storm
  14. Kouchi gaeshi (小内返): Small inner reap reversal
  15. Kuchiki taoshi (朽木倒): Single leg takedown
Unrecognized techniques
  1. Te Guruma (手車): Hand wheel. The Kodokan officially also refers to this technique as Sukui nage.

Koshi-waza (腰技): hip throwing techniques[edit]

  1. Daki age (抱上): Hugging high lift. (Forbidden in competition.)
  2. Hane goshi (跳腰): Spring hip throw
  3. Harai goshi (払腰): Sweeping hip throw
  4. Koshi guruma (腰車): Hip wheel
  5. O goshi (大腰): Full hip throw
  6. Sode tsurikomi goshi (袖釣込腰): Sleeve lifting and pulling hip throw
  7. Tsuri goshi (釣腰): Lifting hip throw
  8. Tsurikomi goshi (釣込腰): Lifting and pulling hip throw
  9. Uki goshi (浮腰): Floating half-hip throw
  10. Ushiro goshi (後腰): Rear throw
  11. Utsuri goshi (移腰): Hip shift
Unrecognized techniques
  1. Tobi goshi (飛腰): Flying/surfing hip throw
  2. Ushiro Guruma(後車): Rear wheel :choku saki////

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  1. Ashi guruma (足車): Leg wheel
  2. De Ashi Harai (出足払): Advanced foot sweep
  3. Hane goshi gaeshi (跳腰返): Hip spring counter
  4. Harai goshi gaeshi (払腰返): Hip sweep counter
  5. Harai tsurikomi ashi (払釣込足): Lift-pull foot sweep
  6. Hiza guruma (膝車): Knee wheel
  7. Kosoto gake (小外掛): Small outer hook
  8. Kosoto gari (小外刈): Small outer reap
  9. Kouchi gari (小内刈): Small inner reap
  10. O guruma (大車): Large wheel
  11. Okuri Ashi Harai (送足払): Sliding foot sweep
  12. Osoto gaeshi (大外返): Big outer reap counter
  13. Osoto gari (大外刈): Big outer reap
  14. Osoto guruma (大外車): Big outer wheel
  15. Osoto otoshi (大外落): Big outer drop
  16. Ouchi gaeshi (大内返): Big inner reap counter
  17. Ouchi gari (大内刈): Big inner reap
  18. Sasae tsurikomi ashi (支釣込足): Propping and drawing ankle throw
  19. Tsubame gaeshi (燕返): Swallow counter
  20. Uchi mata (内股): Inner-thigh
  21. Uchi mata gaeshi (内股返): Inner-thigh counter

Sutemi-waza(捨身技): sacrifice techniques[edit]

Ma-sutemi waza (真捨身技): Rear sacrifice projections[edit]

  1. Hikikomi gaeshi (引込返): Pulling in reversal
  2. Sumi gaeshi (隅返): Corner reversal
  3. Tawara gaeshi (俵返): Rice bag reversal throw
  4. Tomoe nage (巴投): Circle throw
  5. Ura nage (裏投): Rear throw

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  1. Daki wakare (抱分): High separation
  2. Hane makikomi (跳巻込): Springing wraparound
  3. Harai makikomi (払巻込): Hip sweep wraparound
  4. Kani basami (蟹挟): Crab or scissors throw. (Forbidden in competition.)
  5. Kawazu gake (河津掛): One-leg entanglement. (Forbidden in competition.)
  6. Osoto makikomi (大外巻込): Big outer wraparound
  7. Soto makikomi (外巻込): Outer wraparound
  8. Tani otoshi (谷落): Valley drop
  9. Uchi makikomi (内巻込): Inner wraparound
  10. Uchi mata makikomi (内股巻込): Inner thigh wraparound
  11. Uki waza (浮技): Floating technique
  12. Yoko gake (横掛): Side prop
  13. Yoko guruma (横車): Side wheel
  14. Yoko otoshi (横落): Side drop
  15. Yoko wakare (横分): Side separation
Unrecognized techniques
  1. Tama guruma (球車):Jade wheel. The Kodokan officially also refers to this technique as Kata guruma.
  2. Ude gaeshi (腕返): Arm reversal. The Kodokan officially also refers to this technique as Yoko wakare.
  3. Yoko Tomoe Nage (横巴投): Side circle throw. The Kodokan officially also refers to this technique as Tomoe nage.

Katame-waza (固技): grappling techniques[edit]

Main article: Katame waza

Osaekomi-waza (抑込技): pins or matholds[edit]

  1. Kesa-gatame (袈裟固): Scarf hold
  2. Kuzure-kesa-gatame (崩袈裟固): Broken scarf hold
  3. Ushiro-kesa-gatame (後袈裟固): Reverse Scarf Hold. The Kodokan officially also referred to this technique as kuzure-kesa-gatame until 2017.[1][2]
  4. Kata-gatame (肩固): Shoulder hold
  5. Kami-shiho-gatame (上四方固): Upper four quarter hold down
  6. Kuzure-kami-shiho-gatame (崩上四方固): Broken upper four quarter hold down
  7. Tate-shiho-gatame (縦四方固): Vertical four quarter hold
  8. Yoko-shiho-gatame (横四方固): Side four quarter hold
  9. Ura-gatame (裹固) (1/1/2014 this is now recognized as a valid competition technique)
  10. Uki-gatame (浮固): Floating hold
Unrecognized techniques
  1. Ura-kesa-gatame (裹袈裟固): The Kodokan officially also refers to this technique as Kuzure-kesa-gatame.
  2. Sangaku-Gatame : Triangular Hold (三角固): The Kodokan officially also refers to this technique as Kuzure-kami-shiho-gatame.

Shime-waza (絞技): chokes or strangles[edit]

Main article: Shime-Waza

  1. Do-jime (胴絞): Trunk strangle. Do-jime is a prohibited technique in Judo,[1] and is considered a 'slight infringement' according to IJF rules, Section 27: Prohibited acts and penalties, article 21[3]
  2. Gyaku Jūji-jime (逆十字絞): Reverse cross strangle
  3. Nami-juji-jime (並十字絞): Normal cross strangle
  4. Kata-juji-jime (片十字絞): Half cross strangle
  5. Hadaka-jime (裸絞): Naked strangle
  6. Kata-ha-jime (片羽絞): Single wing strangle
  7. Kata-te-jime (片手絞): One-hand strangle
  8. Okuri-eri-jime (送襟絞): Sliding lapel strangle
  9. Ryo-te-jime (両手絞): Two-hand strangle
  10. Sankaku-jime (三角絞): Triangular strangle, triangle choke
  11. Sode-guruma-jime (袖車絞): Sleeve wheel strangle (Eziquiel/Ezekiel choke)
  12. Tsukkomi-jime (突込絞): Thrust choke
Unrecognized techniques
  1. Jigoku-jime (地獄絞): Hell strangle[4] The Kodokan officially also refers to this technique as Okuri-eri-jime.
  2. Koshi-jime: The Kodokan officially also refers to this technique as Okuri-eri-jime.
  3. Ura-juji-jime (裹十字絞): The Kodokan officially also refers to this technique as Kata-juji-jime.
  4. Arm triangle choke: The Kodokan officially considers this an osaekomi-waza Kata-gatame.

Kansetsu-waza (関節技): joint locks[edit]

  1. Ashi-garami (足緘): Leg entanglement. (Forbidden in competition.)
  2. Ude-garami (腕緘): Arm entanglement or "figure-four" key lock
  3. Ude-hishigi-ashi-gatame (腕挫脚固): Side-lying arm bar
  4. Ude-hishigi-hara-gatame (腕挫腹固): Side-extended arm bar, lower stomach against opponent's elbow.
  5. Ude-hishigi-hiza-gatame (腕挫膝固): Knee arm bar.
  6. Ude-hishigi-juji-gatame (腕挫十字固): Back-lying perpendicular arm bar.
  7. Ude-hishigi-sankaku-gatame (腕挫三角固): Triangular arm bar.
  8. Ude-hishigi-te-gatame (腕挫手固):
  9. Ude-hishigi-ude-gatame (腕挫腕固):
  10. Ude-hishigi-waki-gatame (腕挫腋固):
Unrecognized techniques
  1. Ashi-Dori-Garami: Entangled leg dislocation
  2. Hiza-Hishigi: Knee crush
  3. Ashi-hishigi (足挫): Straight ankle lock
  4. Sankaku-garami (三角緘): Triangular entanglement.[5][6][7] The Kodokan officially also refers to this technique as Ude-hishigi-hiza-gatame.

Attack patterns[edit]

Opponent on his back[edit]

  1. Near knee guard pass
  2. Simple guard pass
  3. Stacking guard pass

On your back[edit]

  1. Elevator Sweep
  2. Push Sweep
  3. Yoko-gaeshi: Side reversal
  4. Hasami-gaeshi: Swissor sweep
  5. Shoulder pin rollover
  6. Ude-kakae

Opponent on all fours[edit]

  1. Daki Wakare
  2. Turtle Flip Over
  3. Ura-gatame (裹固)
  4. Turnover from Koshi-jime
  5. Suso-sukui-nage
  6. Yoko-obi-tori-gaeshi
  7. Obi-tori-sumi-gaeshi
  8. Obi-tori-yoko-mawashi

On all fours[edit]

  1. Back Mount Escape
  2. Foot lock counter to rear-mounted position
  3. Switch back
  4. Hikouki or Hikoki-Nage: Aeroplane

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  1. Niju-garami: Double entanglement
  2. Immobilisation of arm

Atemi-waza (当て身技): body-striking techniques[edit]

Main article: Judo atemi waza

Although taught within kata (型 or 形) and sometimes used within informal randori (乱取), striking techniques are forbidden in standard judo competitions rules.

Ude-ate-waza (腕当て技): arm striking techniques[edit]

Kobushi-ate-waza: fist techniques[edit]

  1. Tsukkake or Tsuki-kake: Straight punch
  2. Mae-naname-ate: Front crossing blow
  3. Naname-tsuki or Mawashi-tsuki: Roundhouse punch or circular punch
  4. Tsuki-age or Ago-tsuki: Uppercut
  5. Uchi-oroshi or Uchi-kake: Downward strike or hammer fist [pic]
  6. Yoko-ate: Side strike or backfist
  7. Yoko-uchi: Strike to side
  8. Gammen-tsuki: Thrust punch or jab
  9. Kami-ate or Ue-ate: Upward blow
  10. Shimo-tsuki: Downward blow
  11. Ushiro-sumi-tsuki: Rear corner blow
  12. Ushiro-uchi: Rear blow
  13. Ushiro-tsuki: Rear strike (over shoulders)
  14. Ryote-tsuki: Two hand blow

Hiji-ate-waza: elbow techniques[edit]

  1. Mae-hiji-ate: Elbow blow
  2. Ushiro-hiji-ate: Rear elbow strike [pic]
  3. Age-hiji-ate: Rising elbow strike
  4. Shita-hiji-ate or Oroshi-hiji-ate : Downward elbow strike

Tegatana-ate-waza: knife hand techniques[edit]

  1. Kirioroshi: Downward knife hand cut
  2. Naname-uchi: Slanting knife hand blow [pic][pic]

Yubisaki-ate-waza: fingertip techniques[edit]

  1. Tsuki-dashi: Hand Thrust
  2. Ryogan-tsuki: Strike both eyes with fingertips
  3. Suri-age: Face slide or forehead thrust [pic][pic]
  4. Yahazu: Strikes with the V-shape of the hand
  5. Me-tsubushi: Whipping the back of fingers to strike opponent's eyes

Ashi-ate-waza (足当て技): leg striking techniques[edit]

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  1. Mae-keri (前蹴): Front kick[pic]
  2. Mae-naname-keri (前斜蹴): Front crossing kick or oblique kick
  3. Naname-keri (斜蹴) or Mawashi geri: Roundhouse Kick
  4. Taka-keri (高蹴): High front kick

Kakato-ate-waza: heel techniques[edit]

  1. Yoko-geri: Side kick
  2. Ushiro-geri: Backward kick
  3. Ashi-fumi: Foot stomp

Hiza-gashira-ate-waza: knee cap techniques[edit]

  1. Mae-hiza-ate: Front knee
  2. Yoko-hiza-ate: Side knee
  3. Hiza-otoshi: Dropping knee

Atama-ate-waza (頭当て技): head striking techniques[edit]

  1. Mae-atama-ate: Strike with the forehead
  2. Ushiro-atama-ate: Strike with the occiput
  3. Atama-tsuki: Head thrust

Kyusho (急所): vital spots[edit]

Main article: Kyusho

  1. Tento (天道/天倒): Top of the head, bregma
  2. Uto (鳥兎) or Miken (眉間): Between the eyes, nation
  3. Kasumi (霞): Temple of the head
  4. Jinchu (人中): Below the nose, philtrum
  5. Zen-keibu (前頸部): Front side of neck with the Adam's apple
  6. Gwanto or Kachikake or Shita-ago (下顎): Point of the chin
  7. Dokko (独鈷): Mastoid process
  8. Suigetsu (水月) or Mizu-ochi (水落): Solar plexus
  9. Denko (電光): Right lowest floating rib
  10. Getsuei (月影): Left lowest floating rib
  11. Myojo (明星): 1-inch below the belly button, hypogastrium
  12. Tsuri-gane (釣鐘) or Kokan (股間): Testicles
  13. Shitsu (膝) or Shita-kansetsu (下関節): Knee
  14. Ashi-no-ko (足の甲): The surface of foot

Uke-waza (受け技): blocks and parries[edit]

  1. Tenkan or Tenkai: Outside turning or body rotation
  2. Age-uke: Rising block [pic]
  3. Harai-uke: Sweeping block
  4. Tegatana-uke: Knife hand block [pic]
  5. Shotei-uke: Palm block
  6. Juji-uke: Cross block
  7. Hiki-uke: Grasping block [pic][pic]
  8. Morote-uke: Two hand block [pic]

Ukemi (受け身): receiving techniques or breakfall techniques[edit]

Main article: Ukemi

  1. Ushiro-ukemi (後ろ受身): Backward breakfall
  2. Yoko-ukemi (横受け身): Sideways breakfall
  3. Mae-ukemi (前受け身): Forward breakfall
  4. Mae-mawari-ukemi (前回り受身) or Zempo-kaiten-ukemi: Forward roll

Kappo (活法): resuscitation techniques[edit]

Main article: Kappo

  1. Sasoi-katsu (誘活): Inductive method
  2. Eri-katsu (襟活): Lapel method
  3. So-katsu (総活): Composite method
  4. Kogan-katsu (睾丸活): Testicle-method

See also[edit]

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Sources[edit]

External links[edit]

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Judo Throws is an animated online resource to accompany the judo book 40 Judo Throws: Learn Every Technique in the Gokyo.

If you are looking to improve your skills – you have come to the right place!

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Read the tips and tutorials in the book and then watch the animations.

Learn by watching animations of each waza. Each judo technique is animated, to help you visualise the throw before you try it.

Find out how link throws into combinations and discover the counters you need to watch out for by reading the tutorials.

Improve your judo by learning as many judo throws as you can. Over time, aim to build up a repertoire (a range) of throws you can do.

How to get started

In the book, 40 Judo Throws you will find a list of all the names of the judo throws.

Scroll down and click on the name of the technique you want to learn.

Click on the name of the technique to watch the animation.

Practise! Start slowly with Shadow Uchi-Komi and build skill before speed.

Once you have mastered the technique tick it off in your book.

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10 of the Best Judo Throws

What are the best judo throws? The best judo throw is the one that is right in that moment. Simply put, the best judo throw is the one that works! For this reason it is a good idea to learn as many different judo throws as you can.

Some of the best judo throws (most popular) are: morote seoi nage, ouchi-gari, o-goshi, osoto-gari, uke-goshi, deashi-barai, kosoto-gari, okuri-ashi and tai-otoshi. You can see all these throws by scrolling through the gallery below.

The technique(s) you specialise in are called your tokui-waza (your favourite throws). What is your tokui-waza?

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Learn Every Single Throw in the Gokyo

But if you want to get serious about your judo – you will want to learn the full judo syllabus known as The Gokyo.

The Gokyo contains 40 different throws, divided into five groups. Are you ready to begin learning the first group? You are? Well great, let’s begin:

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Dai-ikkyo (Group1)

Let’s get going with the first group of the Judo Syllabus.

Here you can find the eight judo techniques that belong to the Dai-Ikkyo, Group 1 of the Gokyo.

This is best set of throws for beginners and intermediate judoka to get to grips with before moving onto the more advanced throws.

De-ashi-barai – click to see the animation!

Hiza-guruma – click to see the animation!

Sasae-tsurikomi-ashi – click to see the animation!

Uki-goshi – click to see the animation!

O-soto-gari – click to see the animation!

O-goshi – click to see the animation!

O-uchi-gari – click to see the animation!

Seoi-nage – click to see the animation!


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Dai-nikyo (Group 2)

Let’s move on to the second group! Click on the names of the eight judo waza that belong to the second group of Jigoro Kano’s Gokyo called the Dai-Nikyo.

Learn them all. The more throws you can master the better!

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Ko-soto-gari – click to see the animation!

Kouchi-gari – click to see the animation!

Koshi-guruma – click to see the animation!

Tsurikomi-goshi – click to see the animation!

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Uchi-mata – click to see the animation!


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Dai-sankyo (Group 3)

Keep going! You have already built a great base to your skills – now let’s take it to the next level.

Here are the judo throws you need to learn to complete the third set of the Judo Gokyo. This group is called Dai-Sankyo.

These are more advanced judo throws. Always your judo coach before trying a new technique.

Ko-soto-gake – click to see the animation!

Tsuri-goshi – click to see the animation!

Yoko-otoshi

Ashi-guruma – click to see the animation!

Hane-goshi – click to see the animation!

Harai-tsurikomi-ashi

Tomoe-nage – click to see the animation!

Kata-guruma – click to see the animation!


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Dai-yonkyo (Group 4)

Well done for making it to group 4 of the Gokyo. Here are another eight judo moves for you to add to your range of techniques.

This group is called Dai-Yonkyo.

Sumi-gaeshi – click to see the animation!

Tani-otoshi – click to see the animation!

Hane-makikomi – click to see the animation!

Sukui-nage

Utsuri-goshi

O-Guruma – click to see the animation!

Soto-makikomi – click to see the animation!

Uki-otoshi – click to see the animation!


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Dai-gokyo (Group 5)

Well done! You have made it to the final group of the Gokyo.

Next return to all the techniques you like best and write them all down – these are your tokui-waza.

Don’t forget your weaknesses! Go back to any of the throws you are struggling with and try them again.

O-soto-guruma – click to see the animation!

Uki-waza

Yoko-wakare

Yoko-guruma

Ushiro-goshi

Ura-nage – click to see the animation!

Sumi-otoshi

Yoko-gake

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Judo throws – Your questions, answered!

See our judo technique knowledge base for more information on all judo techniques including groundwork.

What is the Judo Gokyo?

The Gokyo-No-Waza is a judo syllabus. It is a collection of judo throws revised by The Kodokan, judo’s headquarters in Tokyo Japan. Currently here are a total of 40 judo throws in the Gokyo, these techniques are grouped into five groups, each group consisting of eight techniques.

What does tachi-waza mean?

Tachi-waza is Japanese and means standing techniques and includes nage-komi (throwing practice) and uchi-komi (repetition practice). Find out the meanings of 85 Japanese judo words here.

Can I get a list of judo throws?

Yes. Here you go. We have created a pdf file with the names of all the judo throws in The Gokyo. Download it and tick off the techniques as you learn them.

Judo techniques pdf – download it here:

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list of judo throws

What are the 67 Throws of Kodokan Judo?

Visit the Kodokan official website to download the list of all 67 Throws of Kodokan Judo in English and Japanese. 

What is the Kodokan?

Kodokan means in English: “a place to teach the path,” and this was the name Jigoro Kano gave to his training hall.

Today, the Kodokan, in Tokyo, Japan is the mecca of international judo. Over eight floors, the Kodokan has a Main Dojo, a Women’s Dojo, a School Dojo, an International Dojo, a Boys Dojo and a Special Dojo.

Which are the best throws for kids?

These are the best throws for novice and beginner judoka:

  1. Uki-Goshi
  2. Tai-Otoshi
  3. Ippon Seoi-Nage
  4. Ko-Uchi-Gari
  5. Tsuri-Komi-Goshi
  6. O-Goshi
  7. Osoto-Gari
  8. Kosoto-Gari
  9. Kosoto-Gake
  10. Morote Seoi-Nage

What are the most effective judo throws?

The best judo throw varies from judoka to judoka. Certain throws suit tall judoka better than smaller judoka.

Here are my (Nik Fairbrother) top ten throws, chosen because they cover all eight throwing directions.

Learn to throw in all directions and you’ll have the advantage when up against different opponents.

  1. Ippon Seoi-Nage
  2. Morote Seoi-nage
  3. Kouchi-Gari
  4. Ouchi-Gari
  5. Uchi-Mata
  6. Tai-Otoshi
  7. Sumi-Gaeshi
  8. Harai-Goshi
  9. De-Ashi Barai. 
  10. Osoto-Gari.

What is tokui waza?

Tokui-waza is a technique a judoka specialises in, their favourite waza. This is different for all judoka. A tall fast judoka will specialise in very different throws than a strong slow judoka.

What is a judo combination?

A judo combination is two or more techniques that are linked together.

You can use the ten throws listed above to build endless combinations: like Ouchi-Gari into Uchi-Mata, or De-Ashi-Barai into Osoto-Gari, or Uchi-Mata into Sumi-Gaeshi or… this list goes on, there are so many to choose from!

What is renzoku-waza?

Renzoku-waza is a combination of two techniques or more that throw in opposing directions – like for example kouchi-gari into morote seoi-nage.

What is renraku-waza?

Renraku-waza is a combination of two techniques or more that throw in same directions – like for example kouchi-gari into ouchi-gari.

Learning renzoku-waza (linking throws in different directions) and renraku-waza (linking throws in the same direction) is the next step in mastering the sport of judo – and can be classified as advanced judo.

Judo throws for advanced judoka.

There are advanced ways of doing basic judo moves. The UK company, Fighting Films specialises in filming world-class competitors demonstrating their specialised versions of judo throws.

Sign up to Superstar judo or watch these three video clips from Fighting Films available on You Tube to see some remarkable and technically advanced judo.

Beautiful Judo Throws

Judo throws can be beautiful, when executed perfectly by skilled judoka. Here are 3 basic techniques performed expertly by world class champions:

Kosoto off the grip

one handed Seoinage

drop knee Tai-Otoshi


More interested in Judo Groundwork?

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Kodokan Throwing Techniques (Nagewaza)

Waza (Techniques)

Judo techniques are divided into three major categories: nage waza (throwing techniques), katame waza (grappling techniques, and atemi waza (vital-point striking techniques).
Nage waza are many and varied, their purpose being to unbalance an opponents posture and throw the opponent to the floor.

Nage waza (Throwing techniques)

Nage waza can be divided into two main types: tachi waza (standing techniques) and sutemi waza (sacrifice techniques). The tachi waza are further divided into the "te waza" (hand techniques), "koshi waza" (hip techniques), and "ashi waza" (foot/leg techniques) groups, and the sutemi waza are further divided into the "ma sutemi waza" (front sacrifices) and the "yoko sutemi waza" (side sacrifices) groups. Although the hands,hips, and feet are used in all these techniques, the technique names are taken from the body part or action which is central to the motion. The main nage waza are shown below.
* In these explanations, the person applying a technique is identified as "tori", and the person receiving the technique is identified as "uke".

Ippon-seoi-nage (One-arm shoulder throw) [Tachi waza -> Te waza]
Tori breaks uke's balance by pulling him directly forward. With his right arm inserted under uke's armpit, tori spins around on his right foot with his back against uke. Tori then lowers his right shoulder and throws uke over his shoulder in a circular motion.
Ippon-seoi-nage (One-arm shoulder throw) [Tachi waza -> Te waza]
Harai goshi (Sweeping hip throw) [Tachi waza -> Koshi waza]
Tori breaks uke's balance by pulling forward and to the right. Tori then spins so that his hips are against uke, and uses his right leg to sweep uke's weight-bearing right leg from the floor, and finally throws uke over his hip.
Harai goshi (Sweeping hip throw) [Tachi waza -> Koshi waza]
Osoto-gari (Large outer reap) [Tachi waza -> Ashi waza]
Tori breaks uke's balance by pushing him back, then tori uses his right leg to sweep uke's weight-bearing right leg from the floor in a diagonal motion from behind.
Osoto-gari (Large outer reap) [Tachi waza -> Ashi waza]
Ouchi-gari (Large inner reap) [Tachi waza -> Ashi waza]
Tori pushes Uke straight back, or back and leftward, then places his right leg behind Uke's left leg (at knee level) and sweeps Uke's left leg off the floor to throw him down.
Ouchi-gari (Large inner reap) [Tachi waza -> Ashi waza]
Uchi mata (Inner thigh wraparound throw) [Tachi waza -> Ashi waza]
Tori breaks Uke's balance by pulling him straight forward, then inserts his leg deep behind Uke's left inner thigh and sweep's it off the floor with his right thigh.
Uchi mata (Inner thigh wraparound throw) [Tachi waza -> Ashi waza]
Tomoe nage (Circular throw) [Sutemi waza -> Ma sutemi waza]
Tori breaks Uke's balance by pulling him straight forward, then slides into a supine posture (facing upward) between the legs of Uke, with the sole of one foot placed against Uke's stomach area. Tori then carries Uke's body over his own head with that leg, thus throwing Uke to the floor.
Tomoe nage (Circular throw) [Sutemi waza -> Ma sutemi waza]

Katame waza (Grappling techniques)

Katame waza consist of holding, strangling, joint twisting, and counter bending techniques, etc., designed to restrict the opponent's freedom of movement. These techniques are divided into three groups: "Osae waza" (hold-down techniques), "Shime waza" (strangling techniques), and "Kansetsu waza" (Joint lock techniques). The main "Katame waza" (Grappling techniques) are explained below.

Kesa Gatame (Scarf hold) [Osae waza]
Kesa Gatame (Scarf hold) [Osae waza]Tori lies on his side over the supine body of Uke while holding Uke's arm in his armpit, with his other arm around Uke's neck. With his legs wide apart, Tori holds Uke down in this posture.
Kami shiho gatame (Top four corner hold) [Osae waza]
Kami shiho gatame (Top four corner hold) [Osae waza]Tori lies face down with his upper body over the supine Uke's chest or abdominal area. In this posture, Tori pins both of Uke's arms to his sides, thus effectively holding Uke down.
Nami-juji-jime (Normal cross strangle) [Shime waza]
Nami-juji-jime (Normal cross strangle) [Shime waza]With arms crossed, Tori grips both sides of Uke's collar, thus strangling him.
Ude hishigi juji gatame (Cross lock) [Kansetsu waza]
Ude hishigi juji gatame (Cross lock) [Kansetsu waza]Tori lies on his back grasping one of Uke's wrists with both hands, and with both thighs scissoring the upper part of that trapped arm. The arm is pulled to hyperextend the elbow or the shoulder.

Ate waza (Striking techniques)

"Ate waza" (or "Atemi waza") consist of striking maneuvers (by the hand, fingers, edge of the hand, elbow, knee, foot, and heel) aimed at vital points on the opponent. Due to their hazardous nature, Ate waza are not used in competition or in normal practice sessions.

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