For the presentation of the step sequences applies the following situation:
TORI jumps with his standing leg without an intermediate step in the right end position before UKE. During the jump phase the input movement happens against counterclockwise, the jump leg and landing leg is identical. This input movement must be provided quickly and spontaneously, because TORI is while screwing in the air and can be easily thrown by UKE.
Closely associated with the turn in (input) techniques are the movement patterns of the body during position changes, or quite simply, the way of walking. Distinction is made here by Tsugi ashi and Ayumi ashi.