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Randori Kata

Nage-No-Kata (Kata of Throws)

Nage no kata is a randori kata of throws. Its demonstration should show the theoretical perfection of each technique from the setting up of the throw to its ultimate conclusion. For this reason Uke and Tori must work in harmony and yet in a natural way. Tori setting up the throw and Uke moving naturally and not anticipating the movement of Tori. Nage no kata comprises 15 techniques which are performed in 5 sets (waza) of 3, both left and right (Exceptions to this may occur for juniors and primaries).
See additional notes at the foot of this page.
1st Set - Te Waza (Hand Techniques)
 
1
Uki Otoshi (Floating Drop)
 
 
2
Kata Seoi (Shoulder Throw)
 
 
3
Kata Guruma (Shoulder Wheel)
 
2nd Set - Koshi Waza (Hip and Loin Techniques)
 
1
Uki Goshi (Floating Loin)
 
 
2
Harai Goshi (Sweeping Loin)
 
 
3
Tsuri Komi Goshi (Drawing Hip or Loin Throw)
 
3rd Set - Ashi Waza (Leg and Foot Techniques)
 
1
Okuri Ashi Barai (Sweeping Ankle Throw)
 
 
2
Sasae Tsuri Komi Ashi (Propping Drawing Ankle Throw)
 
 
3
Uchi Mata (Inner Thigh Throw)
 
4th Set - Ma Sutemi Waza (Sacrifice Throws on the back)
 
1
Tomoe Nage (Stomach Throw)
 
 
2
Ura Nage (Rear Throw)
 
 
3
Sumi Gaeshi (Corner Throw)
 
5th Set - Yoko Sutemi Waza (Sacrifice Throws on the side)
 
1
Yoko Gake (Lateral Hook)
 
 
2
Yoko Guruma (Lateral Wheel)
 
 
3
Uki Waza (Floating Throw)
 
Uke initiates the movement by taking hold but Tori immediately takes control. Uke and Tori must move in a natural way and Tori must use each step to take more control until Tori ultimately throws Uke. Tori must perform a perfect throw with Uke controlled to the ground and able to perform a perfect breakfall.