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The 67 Kodokan Judo Throws Nagewaza

The Gokyo no Waza as the standard syllabus of Judo throws originated in 1895. From 1920 to 1982 the Kodokan
Gokyo no Waza was made up of 40 throws in 5 groups and these were all of the throwing techniques in the
Kodokan syllabus. Around the 100th anniversary of the Kodokan (1982) a group of 8 traditional Judo throws were
recognized that had been taken out in 1920, and 17 newer techniques were recognized as official Kodokan Judo
throws (called the Shinmeisho no Waza). In 1997 the Kodokan added the last two additional Judo throws to the
Shinmeisho no Waza. The following are the only throwing techniques (nage waza) currently recognized by the
Kodokan.

Dai Ikkyo (1st group) Dai Nikyo (2nd group)


1. Deashi Hari See Animation or View 1. Kosoto Gari See Animation or View
Video Video
2. Hiza Guruma See Animation or View 2. Kouchi Gari See Animation or View
Video Video
3. Sasae Tsurikomi Ashi See 3. Koshi Guruma See
Animation or View Video Animation or View Video
4. Tsurikomi Goshi See
4. Uki Goshi See Animation or View Video Animation or View Video
5. Okuriashi Harai See
5. Osoto Gari See Animation or View Video Animation or View Video
6. Tai Otoshi See Animation or View
6. O Goshi See Animation or View Video Video
7. Harai Goshi See Animation or View
7. Ouchi Gari See Animation or View Video Video
8. Uchi Mata See Animation or View
8. Seoi Nage See Animation or View Video Video

Sankyo (3rd group) Yonkyo (4th group)


1. Kosoto Gake See Animation or View 1. Sumi Gaeshi See Animation or View
Video Video
2. Tani Otoshi See Animation or View
2. Tsuri Goshi See Animation or View Video Video
3. Yoko Otoshi See Animation or View 3. Hane Makikomi See
Video Animation or View Video
4. Ashi Guruma See Animation or View 4. Sukui Nage See Animation or View
Video Video
5. Hane Goshi See Animation or View 5. Utsuri Goshi See Animation or View
Video Video
6. Harai Tsurikomi Ashi See 6. O Guruma See Animation or View
Animation or View Video Video
7. Tomoe Nage See Animation or View 7. Soto Makikomi See
Video Animation or View Video
8. Uki Otoshi See Animation or View
8. Kata Guruma More Details or View Video Video

Habukareta Waza (techniques 1895


Gokyo (5th group) gokyo)
1. Osoto Guruma See Animation or View 1. Obi Otoshi See Animation or View
Video Video
2. Seoi Otoshi See Animation or View
2. Uki Waza See Animation or View Video Video
3. Yoko Wakare See Animation or View 3. Yama Arashi See Animation or View
Video Video
4. Yoko Guruma See Animation or View 4. Osoto Otoshi See Animation or View
Video Video
5. Ushiro Goshi See Animation or View 5. Daki Wakare See Animation or View
Video Video
6. Ura Nage See Animation or View 6. Hikikomi Gaeshi See Animation or View
Video Video

7. Sumi Otoshi See Animation or View 7. Tawara Gaeshi See Animation or View
Video Video

8. Yoko Gake See Animation or View 8. Uchi Makikomi See Animation or View
Video Video

Shinmeisho No Waza (Newly accepted techniques)


1. Morote Gari See Animation or View 2. Kuchiki Taoshi See Animation or View
Video Video

3. Kibisu Gaeshi See Animation or View 4. Uchi Mata Sukashi Kodokan


Video Page or View Video
6. Tsubame Gaeshi See Animation or View
5. Daki Age More Details or View Video Video

7. Kouchi Gaeshi See Animation or View 8. Ouchi Gaeshi See Animation or View
Video Video

9. Osoto Gaeshi See PDF File or View


Video 10. Harai Goshi Gaeshi View Video

11. Uchi Mata Gaeshi View Video 12. Hane Goshi Gaeshi View Video

13. Kani Basami See Animation or View 14. Osoto Makikomi See
Video Animation or View Video
16. Harai Makikomi See Animation or View
15. Kawazu Gake See Image or View Video Video

17. Uchi Mata Makikomi See 18. Sode Tsurikomi Goshi See
Animation or View Video Animation or View Video
19. Ippon Seoinage See
Animation or View Video

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Katame-Waza (29 techniques)
Notes
Newly-named wazas 1 (stipulated on Feb. 01, 1985).
Newly-named wazas 2 (stipulated on Apr. 01, 1997).
xx Omitted waza name (Apr.01,1997)

Osaekomi-waza (7 techniques)

Kuzure-kesa-gatame

Kuzure-kesa-gatame

Kata-gatame

Kami-shiho-gatame

Kuzure-kami-shiho-gatame

Yoko-shiho-gatame

Tate-shiho-gatame
Kesa-gatame
x Hon-kesa-gatame

Shime-waza (12 techniques)

Nami-juji-jime

Gyaku-juji-jime

Kata-juji-jime
Hadaka-jime

Okuri-eri-jime

Kata-ha-jime

Do-jime* a prohibited waza


Sode-guruma-jime
Kata-te-jime
Ryo-te-jime
Tsukkomi-jime
Sankaku-jime

Kansetsu-waza (10 techniques)

Ude-higishi-juji-gatame

Ude-garami

Ude-hishigi-juji-gatame

Ude-hishigi-ude-gatame

Ude-hishigi-hiza-gatame

Ude-hishigi-waki-gatame

Ude-hishigi-hara-gatame

Ashi-garami* a prohibited waza


Ude-hishigi-ashi-gatame
Ude-hishigi-te-gatame
Ude-hishigi-sankaku-gatame
Notice
1. Kodokan uses the formal name "Kuzure-kesa-gatame" instead of commonly used "Makura-kesa-gatame"
and "Ushiro-kesa-gatame".
2. "Kesa" and "Kami-shiho" are the only wazas which has "Kuzure". There are no "Kuzure" in "Yoko-shiho-
gatame", "Tate-shiho-gatame" nor in "Kata-gatame".
3. Kodokan uses the formal name "Ude-hishigi-juji-gatame" or "Ude-hishigi-ude-gatame" instead of
abbreviating the names such as "Juji-gatame" or "Ude-gatame".
Osaekomi-waza (Pinning techniques) is one of the groups of Katame-waza (Grappling
techniques). These pins represent different types of hold down techniques when holds another
one on his back.
Here is the list of all Pinning Techniques (Osaikomi-waza):
Kami Shiho Gatame (Top Four Corner Hold)
Kata Gatame (Shoulder Hold)
Kese Gatame (Scarf Hold)
Kuzure Kami Shiho Gatame (Modified Four Corner Hold)
Kuzure Tate Shiho Gatame
Kuzure Kesa Gatame (Modified Scarf Hold)
Makura Kesa Gatame (or see this photo)
Mune Gatame (a variation of Yoko Shiho Gatame)
Tate Shiho Gatame (Straight Four Corner Hold)
Uki Gatame (Floating Hold)
Ushiro Kesa Gatame (Reverse Scarf Hold)
Yoko Shiho Gatame (Side Four Corner Hold)
Also check out Choking Techniques (Shimewaza) and Joint Locking
Techniques (Kansetsuwaza).
Or vist animation Throwing Techniques (Nagewaza) page.

Shime-Waza (Choking Techniques) is one of the groups


of Katamewaza (Grappling Techniques)
The execution of choke is in practice a subtle art because of the potential danger for the
opponent. There are three fundamental manners for chokes: compression of the neck-veins which
restricts the flow of blood and oxygen to the brain, compression of the trachea,and compression
of the chest and the lungs which prevents breathing.
Gyaku Juji Jime (Reverse Cross Choke)
Nami Juji Jime (Normal Cross Choke)
Kata Juji Jime (Half Cross Choke)
Hadaka Jime (Rear Naked Choke)
Kata Ha Jime (Single Wing Choke)
Kata Te Jime (One hand Choke)
Okuri Eri Jime (Sliding Lapel Choke)
Ryo Te Jime (Two Handed Choke)
Sankaku Jime (Triangle Choke)
Sode Guruma Jime (Sleev Wheel Choke)
Tsukkomi Jime (Thrust Choke)
Additional resources:
Pictures of Choking Techniques
Principles of Judo Choking Techniques by Neil Ohlenkamp
The Challenges of Shimewaza by Elie Morrell
How Safe is Choking in Judo? by E.K. Koiwai, M.D.
The Safety of Judo Chokes by Leonard I. Lapinsohm, M.D.
Emergency Care for Chokeholds by John Boulay
Deaths Allegedly Caused by the Use of Choke Holds by E.K. Koiwai, M.D.
The Challenges of Shimewaza by Elie A. Morrell

Also check out Pinning Techniques (Osaewaza) and Joint Locks (Kansetsuwaza).
Or vist animation Throwing Techniques (Nagewaza) page.

All Judo Joint Locking Techniques (Kansetsu-Waza)


Kansetsu-waza (Joint locks) techniques includes joint lock techniques against many joints of the body,
contemporary judo only involves kansetsu-waza against the elbow. And one can using legs, arms, and knees, to
grasp the opponent's joint, and bend it in the reverse direction to lock the joint, thereby rendering him virtually
helpless.
Here is the list of all Armbars and Arm Locks Technoques:
Gyaku Juji Gatame
Ashi Gatame
Kannuki Gatame (or see this drawing)
Hiza Gatame (a drawing and another)
Ude Hishigi Ashi Gatame (Leg Lock)
Ude Hishigi Hara Gatame (Stomak Lock)
Ude Hishigi Hiza Gatame (Knee Lock)
Ude Hishigi Juji Gatame (Cross Lock)
Ude Hishigi Te Gatame (Hand Lock)
Ude Hishigi Waki Gatame (Armpit Lock)
Ude Hishigi Ude Gatame (Straight Arm Lock)
Ude Hishigi Sankaku Gatame (Triangular Lock)
Ude Garami (Bent Arm Lock)
Other Joint Locks
Leglocks
Necklocks