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Nage-waza ura-no-kata
Sub classificationNon-Kodokan kata
Technique name
RōmajiNage-waza ura-no-kata
Japanese投業裏の形; 投げ技裏の形

The Nage-waza ura-no-kata (投業裏の形, Nage-waza ura-no-kata, "forms of reversing throwing techniques") is a judo kata that, like the Gonosen-no-kata, focuses on counter-attacks to throwing techniques. It was developed by Mifune Kyūzō,[1][2] and is not an officially recognized Kodokan kata.


In a video-taped version performed by Mifune dating from the 1950s, Ouchi gari gaeshi, the counter for Ouchi gari, is replaced with Tomoe nage.

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  1. ^ De Crée, Carl (2015). "Kōdōkan jūdō's three orphaned forms of counter techniques – Part 2: The Nage-waza ura-no-kata ―"Forms of reversing throwing techniques"". "Archives of Budo". 11: 125–154.
  2. ^ Mifune, Kyūzō (2004), The Canon of Judo: Classic teachings on principles and techniques, Tokyo, Japan: Kodansha