Kodokan Judo Techniques

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Ukemi: Students first learn how to fall, and must master the fall exercises before moving on to the throws lists.

  • Mae Ukemi, forward fall.
  • Ushiro Ukemi, backward fall.
  • Yoko Ukemi, side fall (accompanied by hard slap of tatami mat).
  • Zenpo Kaiten, forward Judo roll.

Nagewaza: The 67 Throws of Kodokan Judo.

Dai Ikkyo: (1st group, yellow belt)

  • Deashi Harai
  • Hiza Guruma
  • Sasae Tsurikomi Ashi
  • Uki Goshi
  • Osoto Gari
  • O Goshi
  • Ouchi Gari
  • Seoi Nage

Dai Nikyo: (2nd group, orange belt)

  • Kosoto Gari
  • Kouchi Gari
  • Koshi Guruma
  • Tsurikomi Goshi
  • Okuriashi Harai
  • Tai Otoshi
  • Harai Goshi
  • Uchi Mata

Dai Sankyo: (3rd group, green belt)

  • Kosoto Gake
  • Tsuri Goshi
  • Yoko Otoshi
  • Ashi Guruma
  • Hane Goshi
  • Harai Tsurikomi Ashi
  • Tomoe Nage
  • Kata Guruma

Dai Yonkyo: (4th group, blue belt)

  • Sumi Gaeshi
  • Tani Otoshi
  • Hane Makikomi
  • Sukui Nage
  • Utsuri Goshi
  • O Guruma
  • Soto Makikomi
  • Uki Otoshi

Dai Gokyo: (5th group, brown belt)

  • Osoto Guruma
  • Uki Waza
  • Yoko Wakare
  • Yoko Guruma
  • Ushiro Goshi
  • Ura Nage
  • Sumi Otoshi
  • Yoko Gake

Habukareta Waza: (preserved techniques from 1895 gokyo)

  • Obi Otoshi
  • Seoi Otoshi
  • Yama Arashi
  • Osoto Otoshi
  • Daki Wakare
  • Hikikomi Gaeshi
  • Tawara Gaeshi
  • Uchi Makikomi

Shinmeisho No Waza: (newly accepted techniques)

  • Morote Gari
  • Kuchiki Taoshi
  • Kibisu Gaeshi
  • Uchi Mata Sukashi
  • Daki Age
  • Tsubame Gaeshi
  • Kouchi Gaeshi
  • Ouchi Gaeshi
  • Osoto Gaeshi
  • Harai Goshi Gaeshi
  • Uchi Mata Gaeshi
  • Hane Goshi Gaeshi
  • Kani Basami
  • Osoto Makikomi
  • Kawazu Gake
  • Harai Makikomi
  • Uchi Mata Makikomi
  • Sode Tsurikomi Goshi
  • Ippon Seoinage

Katamewaza:
The 29 Official Grappling Techniques of Kodokan Judo.

Osaekomi-waza: (pins or mat holds)

  • Kuzure-kesa-gatame
  • Kata-gatame
  • Kami-shiho-gatame
  • Kuzure-kami-shiho-gatame
  • Yoko-shiho-gatame
  • Tate-shiho-gatame
  • Kesa-gatame

Shime-waza: (chokes or strangles)

  • Nami-juji-jime
  • Gyaku-juji-jime
  • Kata-juji-jime
  • Hadaka-jime
  • Okuri-eri-jime
  • Kata-ha-jime
  • Do-jime
  • Sode-guruma-jime
  • Kata-te-jime
  • Ryo-te-jime
  • Tsukkomi-jime
  • Sankaku-jime

Kansetsu-waza: (joint locks)

  • Ude-garami
  • Ude-hishigi-juji-gatame
  • Ude-hishigi-ude-gatame
  • Ude-hishigi-hiza-gatame
  • Ude-hishigi-waki-gatame
  • Ude-hishigi-hara-gatame
  • Ashi-garami
  • Ude-hishigi-ashi-gatame
  • Ude-hishigi-te-gatame
  • Ude-hishigi-sankaku-gatame