Kodokan Goshin Jutsu

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Kodokan Goshin Jutsu
Classification Kata
Sub classification Kodokan kata
Kodokan Yes
Technique name
Rōmaji Kōdōkan goshinjutsu
Japanese 講道館護身術
English Kodokan skills of self-defence

Kōdōkan Goshin Jutsu or Kōdōkan goshinjutsu (講道館護身術?, Kodokan skills of self-defence) is a set of prearranged self-defence forms in Judo. It is the most recent kata of Judo, having been created in 1956. It incorporates techniques from aikido through the influence of Kenji Tomiki. It consists of several techniques to defend oneself from: unarmed attack, attack with a dagger, with a stick, and with a gun.

Techniques[edit]

  • Against unarmed attack
    • When held
      • Ryote-dori (Two-Hand Hold)
      • Hidari-eri-dori (Left-lapel Hold)
      • Migi-eri-dori (Right-lapel Hold)
      • Kataude-dori (Single-Hand Hold)
      • Ushiro-eri-dori (Collar Hold from Behind)
      • Ushiro-jime (Choke from Behind)
      • Kakae-dori (Seize and Hold from Behind)
    • At a distance
      • Naname-uchi (Slanting Strike)
      • Ago-tsuki (Uppercut)
      • Gammen-tsuki (Thrust-Punch to Face)
      • Mae-geri (Front Kick)
      • Yoko-geri (Side Kick)
  • Against armed attack
    • Dagger
      • Tsukkake (Thrust)
      • Choku-zuki (Straight Thrust)
      • Naname-zuki (Slanting Stab)
    • Stick
      • Furiage (Upswing against Stick)
      • Furioroshi (Downswing against Stick)
      • Morote-zuki (Two-Hand Thrust against Stick)
    • Pistol
      • Shomen-zuke (Pistol at the Abdomen)
      • Doshi-gamae (Pistol Held at the Side)
      • Haimen-zuke (Pistol against the Back)

Sources[edit]

  • Jigoro Kano, Kodokan Judo, Kodansha International.
  • Judo Info: Techniques with illustrative drawings.

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