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Randori-no-kata (Junanahon)

The Randori-no-kata  (乱取りの形) is the first kata in the BAA Grading syllabus.


The Randori-no-kata demonstrates the 17 basic techniques (Ju-nana hon) that illustrate the principles behind techniques used in Randori (乱取り, free-practice)and in Shiai (Competition). The Randori-no-kata is also used as a tool to teach fundamental budo principles of avoidance, spacing, breaking-balance, pinning, locking, throwing and ukemi.

The 17 techniques are broken into the following four sections:


Atemi Waza - 当身技(5本) 

The Atemi Waza is a set of five techniques that are classified as striking techniques.

  • (1)  Shomen Ate - 正面当て  : Strike from the Front 
  • (2)  Aigamae Ate - 相構え当て Strike from Same Posture
  • (3)  Gyakugamae Ate - 逆構え当て  : Strike from Reverse Posture
  • (4)  Gedan Ate - 下段当て Strike from Low Level
  • (5)  Ushiro Ate - 後ろ当て: Strike from Behind


Hiji Waza肘技(5本) 

The Hiji Waza is a set of five techniques that are classified as elbow techniques.

  • (6)  Oshi Taoshi -     押倒し: Pushing Topple
  • (7)  Ude Gaeshi -      腕返し: Arm Reversal
  • (8)  Hiki Taoshi -      引倒し: Pulling Topple
  • (9)  Ude Garame -    腕絡め: Arm Twist
  • (10) Waki Gatame - 脇固め: Fixing the Side


Kote /Tekubi Waza手首技(4本)

The Tekubi Waza is a set of four techniques that are classified as wrist techniques.

  • (11) Kote Hineri - 小手捻り: Wrist Twist
  • (12) Kote Gaeshi - 小手返し: Wrist Reversal
  • (13) Tenkai Kote Hineri - 転回小手捻り: Rotating Wrist Twist
  • (14) Shiho Nage/Tenkai Kote Gaeshi - 四方投げ: Rotating Wrist Reversal


Otoshi / Uki Waza浮技(3本)

The Uki Waza is a set of three techniques that are classified as floating techniques.

  • (15) Mae Otoshi -  前落し: Front Drop
  • (16) Sumi Otoshi - 隅落し: Corner Drop
  • (17) Hiki Otoshi -   引落し: Pulling Drop

 

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