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Nage Waza Used In
Sosuishi-ryu Jujutsu
and Sosuishi-ryu Kata
 
 
Throwing Techniques (Nage Waza)* 

   1.  O-Soto-Gari (Major Outer Reaping) p.64 
   2.  O-Soto-Guruma (Major Outer Wheel) p.92 
   3.  O-Goshi (Major Loin or Hip) p.65 
   4.  Uki-Goshi (Floating Loin or Hip) p.63 
   5.  Koshi-Guruma (Loin Wheel) p.70 
   6.  Ippon-Seoi-Nage (One Arm Shoulder Throw) p.67 

   7.  Morote-Seoi-Nage (Two Arm Shoulder Throw) p.67 
   8.  Harai-Goshi (Sweeping Hip Throw) p-74 
   9.  Hane-Goshi (Spring Hip Throw) p-80 
  10. O-Guruma (Major Wheel) p.89 
  11. Ashi-Guruma (Leg Wheel) p.79 
  12. Koshi-Nage (Loin Throw) 
  13. De-Ashi-Harai (Advanced Foot Sweep) p-60 

  14. Sasae-Tsurikomi-Ashi (Propping Ankle Throw) p.62 
  15. Hiza-Guruma (Knee Wheel) p.61 
  16. Okuri-Ashi-Harai (Sweeping Ankle Throw) p.72 
  17. Kosoto-Gake (Minor Outer Hooking Throw) p.76 
  18. Kosoto-Gari (Minor Outer Reaping Ankle Throw) p.68 
  19. O-Uchi-Gari (Major Inner Reaping) p.66 
  20. Ko-Uchi-Gari (Minor Inner Reaping) p.69 
  21. Tsuri-Goshi (Lifting Hip Throw) p.77 

  22. Tai-Otoshi (Body Drop) p.73 
  23. Uchi-Mata (Inner Thigh) p.75 
  24. Yoko-Otoshi (Side Drop) P.78 
  25. Harai-Tsuri-Komi-Ashi (Lift Pull Foot Sweep) p.81 
  26. Soto-Makikomi (Outer Wrap-Around Throw) p.90 
  27. Ushiro-Goshi (Rear Hip) p.96 
  28. Utsuri-Goshi (Changing Hip) p.88 
  29. Tsurikomi-Goshi (Lift Pull Loin) p.71 

  30. Sumi-Gaeshi (Corner Throw) p.84 
  31. Tomoe-Nage (Circular Throw) p.82 
  32. Tani-Otoshi (Valley Drop) p.85 
  33. Hane-Makikomi (Outer Winding Spring Hip) p.86 
  34. Sukui-Nage (Scooping Throw) p.87 
  35. Ura-Nage (Rear Throw) p.97 

  36. Yoko-Guruma (Side Wheel) p.95 
  37. Uki-Waza (Floating Technique) p.93 
  38. Yoko-Wakare (Side Separation) p.94 
  39. Yoko-Gakae (Side Body Drop) p.99 
  40. Uki-Otoshi (Floating Drop) p.91 
  41. Sumi-Otoshi (Corner Drop) p.98 
  42. Kata-Guruma (Shoulder Wheel) p.83 

*NOTE: The page numbers are references to the revised Kodokan Judo, by Jigoro Kano, Kodansha International, 1986

Sosuishi-ryu Kata 
During ancient times in Japan, names of waza (techniques) as well as vital points were named secretly by each Ryu, and only those in their respective systems could fully understand the meaning of the teachings. Likewise only those in Sosuishi-ryu fully understood the meanings and techniques connected with each term used to describe them. For instance, in Sosuishi-ryu Jujutsu, vital points of the neck were called shofu or kyuu, this meant pine wind and rushing rain, and to the outsider it meant nothing. See the article “The Essence of Kata”.

The names of the following Kata are an example of this: 
Shofu Kaeshi: Pine Wind Throw 
Midare Gaechi: Revolt and Victory 
Toriire: Harvest 

The Kata are broken down into Five Groups as follows: 
 

Idori

Kneeling Forms (8 Kata) 

Tai Toshu

Defense Forms against an 
empty handed attacker (16 Kata)

Tai Kodachi

Defensive Forms against a 
Short Sword attack (8 Kata)

Yotsugumi

Grappling Throws (8 Kata) 

Sonota

Others (8 Kata) 

 

  


 

 

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