Kime-No Kata - Judo's Self-Defense Kata

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Kime-No Kata - Judo's Self-Defense Kata

This page focuses on Kime-No Kata or Judo's self-defense kata. According to the International Judo Federation, some kata "involve techniques that are not seen in contemporary judo practice. The kime no kata, for example, involves techniques of striking, kicking, punching, and techniques with weapons - a short and long sword."

For additional Judo katas, please visit the main Judo Katas page.

Kime-No Kata

Written Instructions

Kime-No Kata consists of the following Judo techniques:

Kneeling Techniques

  • Ryote-dori
  • Tsukkake
  • Suri-age
  • Yoko-uchi
  • Ushiro-dori
  • Tsukkomi
  • Kiri-komi
  • Yoko-tsuki

Standing Techniques

  • Ryote-dori
  • Sode-tori
  • Tsukkake
  • Tsuki-age
  • Suri-age
  • Yoko-uchi
  • Ke-age
  • Ushiro-dori
  • Tsuki-komi
  • Kiri-komi
  • Nuki-kake

References

  1. International Judo Federation, Judo Training - Kata, http://www.intjudo.eu/Etiquette__Knowledge/Judo_TrainingKata_/Judo_TrainingKata, Added - 5/27/13


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