Habukareta

Habukareta Waza

Techniques from the 1895 gokyo.

Habukareta Waza

  1. Obi Otoshi
  2. Seoi Otoshi
  3. Yama Arashi
  4. Osoto Otoshi
  5. Daki Wakare
  6. Hikikomi Gaeshi
  7. Tawara Gaeshi
  8. Uchi Makikomi

Obi Otoshi

Belt-drop, very similar to sukuinage (scooping throw) in the foot position and the direction of the throw. The difference is in the hand position. One hand grabs the front of the belt in obi otoshi, instead of both hands grabbing the legs of uke. Because grabbing the belt is restricted under competition rules and grabbing the front of the belt gives away your intentions, there are seldom opportunities to apply this throw.

Seoi Otoshi

Shoulder drop, is a hybrid between a Sode or Morote Seoi nage and a Tai-otoshi, in that the arms are that of Morote and the legs of Tai.

Yama Arashi

Mountain Storm, is similar to Harai-goshi in many ways….

Osoto Otoshi

Large outer drop, for some it might also be called Osto-gari-makikomi.

Daki Wakare

High-lift and Separate, attacking uke from possum.

Can also be used rolling uke into ura-gatami or similar.

Kikikomi Gaeshi

Kibisu Gaeshi, heel trip reversal, is like a Ko-uchi gari done by hand.

Tawara Gaeshi

Rice Bale Reversal; A counter to Morote Gari, or double leg sweek, also known as a rugby tackle, this technique can be dangerous as it places preasure on uke’s neck.

Uchi Makikomi

Inner wrap around, this one mixes Ippon Seonage and hari/uchi like leg swing.

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