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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. Although the video notes that Mifune will counter the Uchi-mata with a Tai otoshi, Mifune actually counters the Uchi mata with an O guruma.

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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