The Kodokan Goshin Jutsu was created in by a Kodokan working group to It is divided into two unarmed sets (toshu no bu) and three sets with weapons The intent in this kata is different than with normal Judo practice, in that this is a. Kodokan Goshin Jutsu Kata No Kata. Closing date for applications: 28th January For any questions, email: [email protected] Los geht’s: Goshin-Jitsu-no-Kata Seminar in Varel mit Claus Hillers hat begonnen. Die Teilnehmer sind aus dem gesamten Bundesgebiet angereist Vielen.
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These defences could be interchanged as suggested by John Cornish in his booklet on the Kata and this would further increase the repertoire of possible responses.
Over confidence is just as dangerous as low self esteem and running away is so often the best thing to do.
I guess IF a judoka doesn’t learn the kime no kata the goshinjutsu kata could be of some service. SD must ALWAYS take into account the fact that very often, in fact generally, an attacker is not a fool and knows his ‘art’ better, or as well, than we gkshin ours. All he writes is true.
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You see non of my sensei would have this taught nor practiced on their tatami and to learn it I had to move outside my normal circle of font of judo knowledge. As others have opined it is not a “something-no-kata” kata, an when its techniques are performed in a kata sequence, it is more informal than any other Kodokan kata.
I need your help jihsu illustrate what I am missing. I just hate and detest this abomination of a group of near futile and pathetic exercises sorry. I can write chapter and verse on the kime no kata explain WHY this kata is a vital tool that develops character and skill sets that we use every day in our lives.
I fully understand that the kime no kata is not at all about self defence but it is about all the concepts and skills used in real SD even though developing such skills through judo takes many many dedicated years if ever. What should I be looking for and how can I make use of this kata.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In terms of tsukkake I am well aware of its nature. In jitxu the handgun is already pointed and then uke reach tori’s pocket to search him. Kime no kata is about concentration. In the meantime to continue the debate I reproduce an article by my friend Martin Savage.
I saw a recent you tube clip of this kata and ksta gun techniques I noticed something new. They only have one layer, that of mechanics and copying what they see. Ude-garami Ude-hishigi-juji-gatame Ude-hishigi-ude-gatame Ude-hishigi-hiza-gatame Ude-hishigi-waki-gatame Ude-hishigi-hara-gatame Ashi-garami Ude-hishigi-ashi-gatame Ude-hishigi-te-gatame Ude-hishigi-sankaku-gatame.
The scenario is generally uke keeps well away lata tori, tells tori to throw his wallet on the floor and kick it toward uke. There is more to judo than what is ‘just’ approved by the Kodokan?
I am asked why we gohsin this and not that and I cannot answer these valuable questions. Anyone have a preferred source for the wooden weapons? The kata includes Aikido waza such as Ikkyo similar to Ude GatameKote Gaeshi and Kote Hineri wrist twistswhich could be applied effectively after a relatively short period of time unlike most Judo Nagewaza which would take the student quite a while to become proficient enough to be able to use them confidently.
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This would imply that the Kodokan did not initially intend that it be a kata but rather a collection of self-defence techniques grouped together to represent defences against several ksta of attack which were more contemporary than some of the Kxta. To suggest that because one may question the validity of the use of certain waza in the Kodokan goshinjutsu equates to a total misunderstanding of the rest of the kodokan kata is abusrd and simply unfounded.
Most of the waza are flawed? This does not even come into the equation here. Articles containing Japanese-language text. Dowel rods work well for the Jo; with a little creativity and carving, you can make kxta knife out of a hammer or axe handle; and I’ve found an gosyin pistol works really well to simulate the size and structure of a pistol.
The founder of KM after his military career had ended started a branch that was not too dissimilar to budo in that the KM he taught to civilians was aimed at controlling the attacker with the intent of causing the attacker the least harm. So the attacks with stick and knife have some similarities.
The Kodokan illustrated judo book informs us that this is a modern day kata that utilises modern day attacks and defences. In kime-no-kata, you are in a set position, there aren’t really any distant attacks except for one fist attack and one sword attack. At present I find the kime no kata teaches those core principles and does this without the agenda that the actual waza are working SD waza and of use in todays repertoire of SD. Another example is Ryo-te-dori. I personally dislike katame-no-kata.
The last three groups are attacks with weapons buki no bu: