Kodokan Goshin-jutsu. Toshu-no-bu (Unarmed section): 1. When held. Ryote- dori Hidari-eri-dori Migi-eri-dori Kata-ude-dori Ushiro-eri-dori Ushiro-jime Kakae- . Kodokan KATA Textbook. Nage-no-Kata · Katame-no-Kata · Kime-no-Kata · Ju- no-Kata · Kodokan Goshin-jutsu. Itsutsu-no-Kata (To be prepared). Kata Summer Course [DAY 4] Kime-no-Kata and Kodokan Goshin-jutsu. 25 Jul On the fourth day of Summer Course 1, July 18, the.

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Very few exercises we do in judo are totally useless. To CK sensei’s points. What would you say to someone who said that they see absolutely no reason to learn Itsutsu-no-kata, that there is no useful movement or technique within this kata, it is only a dance that has no use in judo?

How many techniques coming from the go kyo do we actually use in randori? If someone has the opinion, that an exercise developed by the greatest Kodokan sensei of the time – including Mifune, Kudo, Kotani, Tomiki, Okaki, Kurihara and many others – is completely flawed and useless, my first advice is to start learning from a good teacher and then – after some years of training – rethink it.

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You akta not connected. Goshinjutsu essentially suggests a few possible answers to specific situations – pretty much like any other Kodokan kata.

It’s a great idea to try SD training outside the dojo in plain clothes, etc. I cannot articulate just how much I detest this ‘kata’. It is generally not taught to control the arm of uke that is not holding the knife.

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Jitsy wrist locks are entirely plausible considering how they are entered into–from grabs, mitsu not as a counter to strikes. Yet again I wrote a long reply only to see it disappear? Tools rarely look good if they are well used in fact they often look in a rather awful state yet they are that way because they have worked and will continue to work. People do not walk around with katana and wakizashi in “modern times”, i.


What I call into question is the reasonable reality of general judo pupils learning and spending some time per year on a set of exercises called Kodokan goshinjutsu that are not today even close to being modern and the most effective against todays attackers? Kime-no-kata is not post-feudal era. I have written chapter goshkn verse as to the solid foundational benefits in learning and practicing the kata starting with the randori no kata. Even partly the ju no kata. Nothing to offer the student?

It doesn’t look that way to me, it looks more like the traditional Japanese jiujitsu method of having an “attacker” and “defender” which is a good method for drilling certain techniques but not fully resistive or “alive” like actual randori.

To have ones personal space invaded is something judoka take for granted. SD for troops is a matter of life and death. I don’t know if anyone noticed, but the way wdax explained tsukkake, even though very concisely, contains more substance than what most teachers do or say.

I just cannot accept this is a modern version of kime no kata.

How many men keep their wallets in their left pocket and how many would be attackers check the pockets themselves? Do you mean to imply that the video you linked has elements of randori about it? I do believe in a few weeks academic SD and for that we don’t need a dojo just a class room with chairs.

,ata It is rather simple kata This is a fact of life and although as competitors we can moan about the lack of consistency, the reality is that kata was not devised to be competitive and the difficulties experienced in judging are in no small way due to it having that role imposed upon it.


I am not kidding since this part will probably be useful to also first publish in article form, so no need to wait for 20 more years. I truly do not see the point in this ‘kata’? The influence of Nagaoka Sensei was however an indirect one because he died in November of that year but his earlier contribution to the development of Kime-No-Kata was important in the establishment of the more modern Goshin-Jutsu.

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The scenario gohin generally uke keeps well away from tori, tells tori to throw his wallet on the floor and kick it toward uke. I learned long ago the last thing Kime no kata is about is self defence. The various defences within this and the other Kata previously mentioned, while not all encompassing as mitsu self-defence system certainly leave someone who has practiced them richer in terms of Judo knowledge, more complete as a Judoka and most important of all safer on the street.

Kodokan goshinjutsu mostly teaches applications of principles, that were already covered in Ju-no-Kata and Kime-no-Kata.

Another extension could be the use of the defences against attacks coming randomly in quick succession from different assailants approaching from different angles.

Is your wallet more precious than your life.