Judo Technique

Judo throws (nage waza) – how to do Judo technique.
The Judo techniques are listed in alphabetical order by the Japanese name.

Ashi Guruma – Leg Wheel
Daki Wakare – High Lift and Separate
Deashi Harai – Advancing Foot Sweep
Hane Goshi – Spring Hip Throw
Hane Makikomi – Spring Wrap-around Throw
Harai Goshi – Sweeping Hip Throw
Harai Makikomi – Sweeping Wraparound
Harai Tsurikomi Ashi – Lifting Pulling Foot Sweep
Hikikomi Gaeshi – Pulling-in Reversal
Hiza Guruma – Knee Wheel
Ippon Seoinage – One Arm Shoulder Throw
Kata Guruma – Shoulder Wheel
Kibisu Gaeshi – Heel Trip Reversal
Koshi Guruma – Hip Wheel
Kosoto Gake – Small Outside Hook
Kosoto Gari – Small Outside Reap
Kouchi Gari – Small Inner Reap
Kouchi Gaeshi – Small Inner Reversal
Morote Seoinage – Two Arm Shoulder Throw
Morote Gari – Two Hand Reaping
Obi Otoshi – Belt Drop
O Goshi – Large Hip Throw
O Guruma – Large Wheel
Okuriashi Harai – Following Foot Sweep
Osoto Gari Large – Outer Reaping
Osoto Guruma – Large Outer Wheel
Osoto Otoshi – Large Outer Drop
Ouchi Gaeshi – Large Inner Reversal
Ouchi Gari Large – Inner Reaping
Sasae Tsurikomi Ashi – Lifting Pulling Ankle Block
Seoinage – Shoulder Throw (spread leg version)
Sode Tsurikomi Goshi – Sleeve Lifting Pulling Hip
Soto Makikomi – Outer Wrap Around
Sukui Nage – Scoop Throw
Sumi Gaeshi – Corner Reversal
Sumi Otoshi – Corner Drop
Tai Otoshi – Body Drop
Tani Otoshi – Valley Drop
Tawara Gaeshi – Rice Bale ReversalJigoro Kano, the Founder of Judo
Tomoe Nage – Circle Throw
Tsubame Gaeshi – Swallow’s Flight Reversal
Tsuri Goshi – Lifting Hip
Tsurikomi Goshi – Lifting Pulling Hip
Uchi Makikomi – Inner Wraparound
Uchi Mata – Inner Thigh Throw
Uki Goshi – Floating Hip
Uki Otoshi – Floating Drop
Uki Waza – Floating Technique
Ura Nage – Rear Throw
Ushiro Goshi – Rear Hip Throw
Utsuri Goshi – Changing Hip Throw
Yama Arashi – Mountain Storm
Yoko Gake – Side Hook
Yoko Guruma – Side Wheel
Yoko Otoshi – Side Drop
Yoko Wakare – Side Separation

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