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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Kodokan Goshin Jutsu – Wikipedia
There must be answers and I need to hear them. When I would ask any of them to show katame-waza for the group, they could do it, they could also show nogare-kata and turnovers, entries, but if I asked any of them to systematically show the escapes of each osaekomi, kansetsu-waza, or shime-waza, it was a mess.
See ju no kata as a classic example of this concept, also kime no kata! That is different and specific principle than in kaha. Kime no kata is a foundation to learning the fundamental principles of attack-defence, or attack-attack, action-reaction. Ueshina was infamous with his teaching as even when attacked with what looked like jjitsu same attack by the same person Ueshiba would not use the same defence twice as he felt the nuances, the differences, between each and every attack.
I can write chapter and verse on the kime no kata explain WHY this kata is a vital tool that develops character and skill sets that we use every day in our lives.
In goshinjutsu, one is taught a different more complex sequence which could be: Retrieved from ” https: Two common known akta techniques. I thought about something more modern but the judo system has these techniques in as the first thing Black Belt judoka need goshim master, after their 2nd or 3rd dan expertise. In modern situations people sit on chairs, not on the ground. One of the most well known names from that group is Kenji Tomiki Sensei who along with Otaki Sensei went on to give the first public demonstration of the Kodokan Goshin-Jutsu at the Budokan in and later established Shodokan Aikido, more commonly jits as Tomiki Aikido in I have to keep reminding myself that not many of todays judoka have had a similar experience.
In I cannot justify the techniques in the kodokan goshinjutsu as a modern replacement or even addition to, for the kime no kata. It can improve your ability to fight, so it can help. Any words of wisdom and support would be much appreciated.
In terms of children I still see to this day classes advertised where they claim to teach SD to 5 year old etc. Kodokan Goshinjutsu does not establish “new” principles in judo – except for the gun-defences – but offers some alternative defences and variations of attacks.
Goshin Jujitsu not the kata self. Here’s a really great demo along the same lines I found a while back: If you disagree, very well, your right, and if you ever are attacked God forbid, then don’t use it and use something else and conclude with tai-otoshi or whatever. I am, at present, even less able to academically defend it than ever.
Even partly the ju no kata. SD for most of us is about prevention education. What I call into question is the reasonable reality of general judo pupils learning and spending some time per year on a set of jitzu called Kodokan goshinjutsu that are not today even close to being modern and the most effective against todays attackers?
Total Crazy Rant about Kodokan Goshin jutsu
I am very well aware that most judoka of today don’t even like kata. All the time we complain here about the decline of the self-defense branch of Judo or how Kata are misunderstood as useless rituals. 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 don’t really like it.
Kata Summer Course [DAY 4] Kime-no-Kata and Kodokan Goshin-jutsu | Kodokan Judo Institute
I want to vent off and forgive me if my venting goes OTT. My understanding is that “goshin” jujutsu is a catchall term for any system collecting and teaching jujitsu techniques for self-defense, but that doesn’t have a lineage back to an actual jujutsu koryu.
It was intriguing because I had taught them all that. I truly do not gosgin the point in this ‘kata’?
The big mistake with this type of training is probably not starting with static forms, but not progressing anywhere beyond it. Kata or non kata I am yet to read a decent argument for the learning and practicing of the kodokan goshinjutsu Jitssu one has learned kaha other kata in the kodokan curriculum. I need your help to illustrate what I am missing. That video makes their stand-up look like the striking skills of judo mixed with the throwing skills of wingchun.
I got my blackbelts in Judo and Goshin Jitsu we just called it japanese jujitsu at the same time, so seeing it represented a bit on this sub makes me feel all warm and fuzzy. Of course i’m talking about police related work. I don’t recall any Judo kata that remotely resembles any of the moves shown in that video. Some people now believe that the Goshin-Jutsu is now an anachronism in the same gosin as Kime-No-Kata was thought as obsolete in The kata includes Aikido waza such as Ikkyo similar to Ude GatameKote Gaeshi and Kote Hineri wrist twistswhich could be applied effectively after a relatively short period of time unlike most Judo Nagewaza which would take the student quite a while to become proficient enough to be able to use them confidently.
There is no defence against handguns in KNK. 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. I cannot recall what else I wrote and lost so will close at that.