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Kime-No-Kata (Kata of Self Defence)

Kime no kata is divided into 8 idori (kneeling) techniques, of which 3 are from an armed attacker and 12 tachi ai (standing) techniques, of which 2 are from a tanto (dagger) and 2 from a katana (sword). This kata requires complete concentration, dedication and harmonisation between uke and tori. There is a great deal to learn and understand from the familiarisation of the kneeling position for attackes and defences through to the ultimate use of weapons which are not intuitive for many judo players. You must learn how to transport (within the law), carry, handle, draw and replace weapons.
See additional notes at the foot of this page.
1st Set - Idori (Defence Seated) Unarmed
 
1
Ryote Dori (Hold With Both Hands)
 
 
2
Tsukkake (Blow With Fist To Stomach)
 
 
3
Yoko Uchi (Blow With Fist From Side)
 
 
4
Suri Age (Glancing Blow Against Face)
 
 
5
Ushiro Dori (Hold On Shoulders From Behind)
 
1st Set - Idori (Defence Seated) Armed
 
6
Tsukkomi (Thrust To Stomach)
 
 
7
Kiri Komi (Cut With Edge On Head)
 
 
8
Yoko Tsuki (Thrust With Point From Side)
 
2nd Set - Tachi Ai (Defence Standing) Unarmed
 
1
Ryote Dori (Hold With Both Hands)
 
 
2
Sode Tori (Hold On The Slevee)
 
 
3
Tsukkake (Blow With Fist To Stomach)
 
 
4
Tsuki Age (Blow With Fist From Below Uppwards - Uppercut)
 
 
5
Suri Age (Glancing Blow Against Face)
 
 
6
Yoko Uchi (Blow With Fist From Side)
 
 
7
Ke Age (Kick To The Lower Abdomen)
 
 
8
Ushiro Dori (Hold On Shoulders From Behind)
 
2nd Set - Tachi Ai (Defence Standing) Armed
 
9
Tsukkomi (Thrust To Stomach)
 
 
10
Kiri Komi (Cut With Edge On Head)
 
 
11
Nuke Kake (Blockage Of Sword In Sheath)
 
 
12
Kiri Oroshi (To Cleave With The Sword)
 
Kime no kata is a kata of Self Defence. It dates from the 15th century and some of the techniques are for attacks and defences from that era.