Shinmeisho

Shinmeisho No Waza

The newly accepted techniques – were once the banned techniques.

  • Morote Gari
  • Kuchiki Taoshi
  • Kibisu Gaeshi
  • Uchi Mata Sukashi
  • Daki Age
  • Tsubame Gaeshi
  • Kouchi Gaeshi
  • Ouchi Gaeshi
  • Osoto Gaeshi
  • Harai Goshi Gaeshi
  • Uchi Mata Gaeshi
  • Hane Goshi Gaeshi
  • Kani Basami
  • Osoto Makikomi
  • Kawazu Gake
  • Harai Makikomi
  • Uchi Mata Makikomi
  • Sode Tsurikomi Goshi
  • Ippon Seoinage

1. Morote Gari

Double leg grab, much like a head-on rugby tackle.

2. Kuchiki Taoshi

Single leg grab, much like a Ko-uchi-gari done by hand. Tori starts with a cross-lapel grip then attacks uki’s heel with a ‘Ko-uchi’ by hand.

Although the narrator suggests it’s use in competition, this is no-longer the case as it involves grabbing Uki’s leg/pants which is now forbidden

Continued practice is recommended at Kumataka, as what is forbidden today, may be re-allowed tomorrow. (as is the case with the previous section)

3. Kibisu Gaeshi

Single leg grab, much like the previous Ko-uchi by-hand although this one is even more like ko-uchi in the direction. It can also be done like a ko-soto by hand.

4. Uchi Mata Sukashi

Similar to it’s name-sake, Uchi-mata, Uchi-mata-sukashi differs mostly as there’s no attacking the leg, more an evasion of an Uchi Mata.

This is similar to uki-otoshi in reverse, or, as a counter. The still picture does this no real justice and could be confused with a similar picture of Uchi-mata.

5. Daki Age

This is a “slam-dunk” and prohibited waza. It can cause serious injury to uki’s neck.

Here the lift is much higher that the picture, and you can imagine Tori dropping Uki on their bean and breaking their neck.

6. Tsubame Gaeshi

Think of this as a ko-uch or diashi-hari counter-diashi-hari.

7. Kouchi Gaeshi

Think of this as a counter to Kouchi, by moving backward and using te-waza (hand) to drop uki to the weakpoint.

8. Ouchi Gaeshi

Think of this as a counter to Ouchi, by moving in and using a ko-soto-gari, or tani-otoshi like counter to uke’s standing leg, like the pictire, or, using a ko-soto-gake on the leg doing the Ouchi, like the You-tube.

Peter teaches the latter, closing the gate and countering Ouchi with Kosoto-gake.

9. Osoto Gaeshi

Think of this as a Osoto-gari counter to Osoto-gari.

Peter teaches this with three key aspects; 90 turn, pull and sweep, like the fourth or so version in the YouTube – where the narrator suggests “a twist”.

It can also be done by standing down the inital Osoto, then initiating a counter.

10. Harai Goshi Gaeshi

Think of this as a Ko-soto-gake counter to Harai-goshi.

As uke attempts a Harai-goshi, tori counters initiating a ko-soto-gake like hook on the uki’s weight bearing leg.

11. Uchi Mata Gaeshi

Think of this as a counter to Uchi Mata using avoidance and te-waza to effectively pull uke into a foward uki-otoshi, or, ko-soto on their standing leg.

As uke attempts a Uchi Mata, tori counters initiating a Ko-soto foward on the wight-bearing leg.

12. Hane Goshi Gaeshi

Think of this as a counter to Hane Goshi using a ko-soto on their standing leg. (or as a massing uki-otoshi or mid-air sase-tsuri-komi-ashi)

As uke attempts a Hane Goshi, tori counters initiating a Ko-soto foward on the wight-bearing leg, or, by lifting and spining into an uki-otoshi-like waza.

13. Kani Basami

This comes from the Jujutsu leg scissor and was part of Patricia Harringtons “Nagewaza of Jujutsu” taught as Sosuishi-ryu.

As uke attempts a Hane Goshi, tori counters initiating a Ko-soto foward on the wight-bearing leg, or, by lifting and spining into an uki-otoshi-like waza.

14. Osoto Makikomi

This comes from an Osoto-gari defense, can also be a combination from Koshi-garuma.
It’s a soto-makikomi counter, but called Soto makikomi as its often a counter or combo to the Osoto.

15. Kawazu Gake

This is derived from an O-uchi-gari but includes locking of the instep and toes around uki’s leg and what can be a catastrophic makikomi.

This is strictly prohibited from general practice and competition due to the high-risk nature of the waza. (as per narrator on this YouTube)

16. Harai Makikomi

This is derived from a Harai-goshi, but turned into what can be a catastrophic makikomi.

17. Uchi Mata Makikomi

This is derived from an Uchi-mata, but turned into what can be a catastrophic makikomi.

18. Sode Tsurikomi Goshi

This is derived from an Tsurikomi Goshi, but in the Hidari, the sleve (sode) is used, and it becomes a special case in its own right. Its basicaly a Hidari Tsurikomi…

It can also be done Migi, using a reversed kumi-kata/grip as shown in the YouTube below.

19. Ippon Seoinage

This is one of two Seoinage, and has only recently been added to the banned list.


This content is for Kumataka Dojos Judoka.