Menkyo Chuden (Middle Transmission)

 

Kaeshi no Waza ()—Reversal Methods

    1. Osoto GariOsoto Gari
    2. Sasae Tsurikomi AshiSasae Tsurikomi Ashi
    3. De Ashi BaraiOuchi Gari
    4. De Ashi BaraiTai Otoshi
    5. Sasae Tsurikomi AshiKouchi Gari
    6. Koshi GurumaUki Goshi
    7. Harai GoshiUshiro Goshi
    8. Seoi NageYoko Wakare
    9. UchimataTai Otoshi
    10. Ouchi GariSeoi Nage
    11. Seoi NageOkuri Eri Jime
    12. Kote MaewashiAiki Nage
    13. Ude OsaeUde Osae
    14. Ude OsaeShomen Irimi Nage
    15. Shomen Irimi NageShiho Nage

Ketsugo no Waza ()—Combination Methods

    1. Ude Kagi Seoi Nage (Arm Lock Back-carry throw)
    2. Ude Kagi/Ude Hishigi Tai Otoshi (Double Arm Lock Body Drop)
    3. Kannuki Gatame Kubi Otoshi (Entrapment Armlock Neck Drop)
    4. Kannuki Gatame Sode Harai Goshi (Entrapment Armlock Sweeping Hip Throw)
    5. Kote Hineri Tsuribari Kagi Harai Goshi (Forearm Twist/Fishhook Lock Sweeping Hip Throw)
    6. Soto Kaiten Harai Goshi (Outer Rotary Sweeping Hip Throw)
    7. Ude Hishigi Yoko Wakare (Arm Lock Side Separation)
    8. Ude Hishigi Te-Gatame Nage (Hand Armlock Throw)
    9. Ude Hishigi Seoi Nage (Arm Break And Back-carry throw)
    10. Obi Kubi Nage (Belt Neck Throw)

Aiki no Waza ()—Blending Methods

    1. Shomen Irimi Nage—Forward entering throw
    2. Sokumen Irimi Nage—Side entering throw
    3. Kaiten Nage—Rotary throw
    4. Aiki Otoshi—Blending drop
    5. Kokyu Nage—Breath hip throw
    6. Tenchi Nage—Heaven and earth throw
    7. Juji Nage—Cross Throw
    8. Sumi Otoshi—Corner Drop
    9. Ushiro Nage—Rear Throw
    10. Koshi Nage—Hip Throw
    11. Mute Nage—No-Hands Throw
    12. Aiki Nage—Blending Throw
    13. Konoha Otoshi—Maple Leaf Drop
    14. Oguruma Nage—Major Wheel Throw
    15. Futari Dori—Two Person Grab  

Kyusho no Waza ()--Vital Point Methods

    1. Arm points
    2. Neck points
    3. Leg points
    4. Head points
    5. Body points

Buki no Waza ()--Weapon Methods

    1. Tessen-jutsu—Iron Fan techniques
    2. Hanbo-jutsu—Half staff techniques (3 ft)
    3. Tanto-jutsu—Knife techniques
    4. Jo-jutsu—4 ft. Staff techniques
    5. Kusarifundo-jutsu—Weighted chain techniques
    6. Jutte-jutsuTruncheon techniques
    7. Ken-jutsu—Sword techniques
    8. Iai-jutsu—Drawing & Cutting techniques
    9. Tsue-jutsu—Cane techniques [Optional]

Keisatsu-jutsu no Waza ()--Police Methods

    1. Taiho-jutsu (arresting and control techniques)
    2. Tokushu keibo-jutsu (telescopic baton techniques)
    3. Hojo-jutsu (Cord binding techniques)
    4. Tekase-jutsu (handcuffing techniques)
    5. Toshu Kakuto (military hand-to-hand combat)

 

 

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