Nage no kata

Katame no kata

Gonosen no kata

Kime no kata

Ju no kata

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Nage no kata - Form of throwing

The "Nage no kata" (form of throwing) was the first Kata developed by Jigoro Kano in 1887 and belongs to the Kodokan Randori Kata.

It consists of five series with three throws witch are in a fixed order, they take effect first on the right, then on the left. This is not a guide to learning the "nage no kata",it is only a help for the practitioner, to correctly learn the kata, it is essential to follow the instructions of a trainer (master).

The version shown here of "Nage no kata", complies with the requirements of the examination rules of the BDJJ e.V.. For the exam at 1st Kyu (brown belt) must be shown the first three series of "Nage no kata" dominated in its fundamentals. In exam for the 1st Dan the complete kata must be shown in perfect execution.

The division into groups is based on the relevant throwing Kodokan classification. Because in Kawaishi system the group of shoulder throws; (not implemented at the Kodokan system) kata waza does not exist, some techniques are assigned in the Kawaishi system in other groups.