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The Katame-waza ura-no-kata (固め技裏の形, Katame-waza ura-no-kata, "forms of reversing controlling techniques") is a judo kata that can be considered as a complement to Mifune Kyūzō's Nage-waza ura-no-kata, but that instead focuses on counter-attacks to controlling techniques rather than throwing techniques. It was compiled by Itō Kazuo from techniques developed by other Japanese newaza experts, and is not an officially recognized Kodokan kata.
Video of Koshiki-no-kata
- De Crée, Carl (2015). "Kōdōkan jūdō's three orphaned forms of counter techniques – Part 3: The Katame-waza ura-no-kata ―"Forms of reversing controlling techniques"". "Archives of Budo". 11: 155–174.
- Itō, Kazuo (1970). Jūdō no nage- to katame-no-ura-waza (in Japanese). Tōkyō: Seibunkan Shoten. pp. 1–111.
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