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Atemi-waza (当て身技): Striking techniques. Although used within informal randori (乱取), striking techniques are forbidden in standard judo competitions rules. I’m searching material about atemi waza. I’m asking myself especially if there is a techniques similar to a hook punch of western boxing?. When Shihan Jigoro Kano developed his new method of jujutsu, Kodokan Judo, he established three major technical groups: nage waza.

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The discussion is nice, but having almost the full page with bold font kind of destroys the reading pleasure. All the best with it.

The time now is He then oddly cites the historic example of the Kodokan tournament with the Totsuka dojo in ‘around jjudo ‘. The obvious Kano and Funakoshi discussion is juxo, which has been discussed to death. Originally Posted by Chris McLean. When judo further developed as a sports discipline, these techniques were excluded from its competition repertoire, which limits itself mainly to throws nage waza and holds katame waza: But being interested in Atemi and having defences against atemi does not mean that atemi-waa with atemi was ever a goal in Judo.

The good thing is that they do caution you “color book” and color with bold fat font has been used, similar to someone who just has found that after black and white there are colors and some parts can be made bold. I look forward to reading it. After many years of researching, compiling and translating old writings with Jigoro Kano’s opinion about atemi and self-defense, we have performed this study of the official classification of atemi and kyusho, where are included unpublished documents of the juo master of Judo.

He also admits that he himself had not much experience in large competitions, but rather mostly depended on his stronger students. Please help improve this article by introducing citations to additional sources.


One of the more interesting aspects of this complex man I’m atemmi-waza to frame was his thoughts and actions regarding women.

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It shows many of the atemi waza and defences from the Kodokan Goshin Jutsu and also the Kime-no-Kata. An excellent DVD for judo atemi waza is this one: Those discussions are not mentioned in the main histories of judo; I am not sure why but then again, newaza also gets almost no mention, either.

Oopss sorry, turns out that Sato sensei is now Judo Hanshi 9th Dan. You are not connected.


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Results 1 to 15 of The atemi waza of Kodokan judo are listed in the paper available below: When you open the book and see the recommendations by Bruce R. NBK, any guess as to when your book might be published? The following IJF effort might be worth getting – I have ordered my copy but have not received it yet. If so, there are plenty of schools that teach them unofficially, of course It has been more than years since the founding of Judo and both, techniques and goals have evolved in different ways.

Atemi-waza is anybody familiar with these techniques? List of judo techniques. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: It is true that atemi waza was part of many Japanese schools. I posted this thread initially because i was interested in the classic foundations of Judo more more as martial art than the competitive sport. So the reader does not know what is fact and what is opinion.

Arriel, No one here has been offended by your posts, nor by any others. This does not mean that he actively promoted every and all methods he was interested in as integral part of his Judo. The obvious goal is to “prove” to the reader that atemi waza was an important part of Judo. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. The first 60 pages is spent on putting together information from official Kodokan sources of the meaning and purpose of Judo.


The book finishes with 25 pages of photos showing how to do the atemi in various kata of Kodokan Judo. All times are GMT. You asked a good and fair question, and you probably should continue with more question.

Perhaps not coincidentally after this thread started I finished reading an article by Kano shihan about atemiwaza. I do belive that Kano Judo as Martial Art was very efficient and has lost some of its efficiency because of more dojos emphasizing on it more as a sport than a martial art. The main line is; Where is the Judo atemi-waza and the book tries to answer “here”. I will disclose a lot of this and other lost some hidden aspects of judo history in a later book. Since he wanted to keep its practical character of martial art as well as its nature of physical and moral education, when compiling the nage nokata or randori-no-katahis classical repertoire of 40 throws in the gokyo no waza five sets of techniquesthe standard syllabus of throwing techniques, he introduced four counterattack techniques against atemi waza: So apart of the awful type and colors the book is solid, but does not IMHO bring any new vital info to Judo.