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Shinden Fudo Ryu

Dakentaijutsu
List Of Contents
Kihon Waza:

Beginning Techniques Dakentaijutsu: Striking

Atemi No Tanren:

Proper Body Conditioning

Ten no kata

8 Techniques

Chi no kata

8 Techniques

Shizen Shigoku no kata

10 Techniques

Kuden:

History and Traditions

Shinden Fudo Ryu
Kihon Waza
Tatara Ken
(Secret Fists)

Fudo ken

(Spiritual blade)

Use the clenched fist for punching, and striking

NOTE: The fists involve more than just striking with the hand. By moving the
legs, the speed of the fist is doubled.

Sweeping fudo ken as you walk to kage.

NOTE: Here rather than punching with the hand, bring the leg forward first
and throw the fist at the opponent. This; is a characteristic of the fist of
Shinden Fudo-ryu. One punches in a straight, natural manner. This fist is not
twisted here. Thus, for instance, when punching the opponent's throat, the
punch is set up from here. It is already determined here. This makes the punch
strong. Then launch forward.

NOTE: Here you walk forward, opening to the side based on the manner of
walking, at which time you punch naturally. This punch is for when you are
walking past each other.punch in from below. You punch naturally. Walk
naturally in this manner. Shifting to the side, punch with the fist. So you do
not punch straight. You walk like this and deliver a vital point strike in a
natural manner. Walking like this, shift the legs a little and strike.

Shuto ken

(Wake up rolling strike)

Use the sides of the hands, with the hand open approx 60 Degrees. Snap the
hand open on impact. (The strike is used a lot.)

Shako Ken

(Claw strike)

Use the palm, and the fingertips to strike and rake, then change this into a fist.

Note: In this five finger fist, the five fists of the fingertips as well as the one
fist of the palm hit the target. Also use in a slapping motion.

Kikaku Ken

(Demon horn strike)

Using the thick bone on the forehead, sides, and the back of the head, in a
smashing butting action.

Put on a long and short sword. The fact of the two swords is important. Taihenjutsu Ukemi With a partner do hip throws while landing on your own feet. one executes a backward roll break fall. heel (sole) of the foot.Note: The forehead is also a fist. and thus one proceeds to toughen all of one's body. Of course the fists rest on the attitude that "I am a fist". Sokuyaku Geri (Sole of foot) Use the bottom ball. one leg and two leg kicks when one's balance is upset after a single leg kick. When thrown with a back throw while wearing a sword. not as a snap kick. relaxed) Koho Kaiten (Backward roll and push up then tobi for distance) Atemi no Tanren (Body Conditioning) Trees: . When you come in here. Juji Geri (Cross kick) Kick the foot across the other leg low as walking. it is very dangerous if you don't land feet first. That is how one trains. Note: The break fall here is very important. you have to come in between the swords. to shove into the target. Note: Next. Break the fall in this manner. The heel contacts first. Put on a sword. Zenpo Kaiten (Forward roll.

Step around a tree as if to throw.Use fallen branches across shoulders to swing and strike trees and to lift as weights to condition hips and legs. Juji geri to trees as walking. doing body strikes against a tree. This nice sized tree could be used to toughen the forehead. Discovering such possibilities. This is training in take-ori("bamboo break") kicking. making use of this bamboo's elastic force is very significant for strengthening one's body. Use young trees. Grabbing the core of an old tree and pull it out. Breaking old branches with shuto. Note: Walking through a bamboo grove one practises the unique kicking method of Shinden-ryu. knowing nature is the foundation. rather than breaking at once. Note: Then one must condition the fists. Thus one trains by using the things of nature to make the body strong. . Note: For the taijutsu of ganseki-nage throws. Note: Here. First one must condition the legs and hips. Strip bark from trees with shako. one would train using the bamboo to increase one's power. with a series of blows. Note: One uses trees to practice the do-jime torso srangle. Thus one bends the bamboo while changing position. Make full and proper contact with tree to build up striking power with strikes and kicks. Becoming able to sense such things is also part of the training. one breaks gradually. This is similar to tearing human skin. The ganseki-nage differs depending on direction. Note: Then one tears bark off trees. rest arm on them and force to bend by stepping in all directions. Climb tree and strangle with legs also dropping back for a type of situp. part of a withered tree broke off and fell. One walks and kicks without stopping. Note: Before all. Here.

a withered core inside a big tree.Note: One grabs and crushes. or grabs and holds. Ganseki Nage (Throwing a big rock) A: Migi tsuki D: Fall ushiro to uke. step between legs. step between legs. step mae migi putting other arm between A's hidari arm and butsumetsu. Beginning Techniques 1. Note: For training in the ancient teachings one did not build a dojo or make training tools and then train. This training increases gripping strength for chokes or seizing muscles. strike with shako ken to doko raise both arms into hira ichimonji no kamae turn away from A to nage. One would foremost use the things of nature. 2. strike with shako ken to doko raise both arms into hira ichimonji no kamae turn away from A and pull in to drop A at your feet. Shinden Fudo Ryu DakentaiJutsu Ten No Kata (8 Techniques) (1 technique/2 henka) 1. Nichi Geki (Solar Strike) . Ganseki Otoshi (Dropping a big rock) A: Migi tsuki D: Fall ushiro to uke. step mae migi putting other arm between A's hidari arm and butsumetsu.

Note: The opponent grabs and goes to apply a technique. migi te lies on top of other arm palm facing up (does not mune dori). to find the opponent's weapons. keep knees next to knees.while wearing swords. The opponent comes with a back throw. lift migi te toward tenmon. Using this hand. One can choke here using the swords. this right hand is the trick. force tsuba into kage with migi te (or if unarmed fudo ken). Here it is important to drop the hips. Or. This way one can control the opponent using his swords. attempts seio nage. for example. a vital point attack results. but the hand is even more important. turn anti clockwise. attempts seio nage. place migi foot behind migi foot (keep knees bent) push tenmon to nage.A: Kumi uchi. drop body weight. jime with migi te pushing shoto. D: Hidari shuki ken to butsumetsu. Strike in here with the elbow. This alone can defeat the opponent. hidari giri to migi yaku to take down. Note: The opponent grabs you and goes to apply a technique. D: Reach ushiro and dori scabbard with hidari te. the sword guard strikes into the ribs. Body change becomes the postures. Note: The opponent comes to apply his technique. Nichi Geki Henka A: Kumi uchi. Nichi Geki Henka A: Kumi uchi. Moreover. there are no set postures. 1a. His sword guard hits a vital point. 1d. Stomp butsumetsu to finish. This is one possibility. as the opponent comes in. Nichi Geki Henka A: Kumi uchi. attempts seio nage. take his scabbard from behind. 1b. Nichi Geki Henka . attempts seio nage. bring back to dori A's migi te. D: Cover migi te. Note: In Shinden Fudo-Ryu. One uses it. Let's go to the next.while wearing swords. Here. 1c. D: Hidari te between himself and A's knuckles.

without striking the face. You use a head hold. Move like this. walk around to take down ushiro. (c:) shuto ken to uko. D: Juji no kamae to ushiro to nage no kamae. This is one possibility. Let's do another one. 1e. going down with your leg. strike in and choke. Then turn him around. From there. Once more. Nichi Geki Henka A: Kumi uchi.A: Kumi uchi. 2. 1f. pulling back with the hand. Step across with your feet. This too makes him submit. D: Cross migi te over and (a: fudo ken to asagasumi) (b:) slap asagasumi. take him this way. attempts seio nage. Then strike the opponent. attempts seio nage. Nichi Geki Henka A: Kumi uchi. to break back and nage. This is a variation against a throw. Note: Take the opponent in this manner. Gekkan (Moon Liver) A: Migi tsuki to tenmon. Use your legs. Note: A strike to the shichibatsu vital point. or D: Juji no kamae to mae with hidari leg. . This time move in the other direction. fudo ken to asagasumi. Here you can break his back. hold other side with hidari te to jime. twist head to throw away. attempts seio nage. hidari te under to use bottom of fudo ken to strikeshichibatsu / koe area. Take him like this. From here. D: Migi fudo ken to shichibatsu and control migi te with pressure. Note: This time the opponent comes in to throw.

D: Hidari uke (glide type) and dori. Then as you lean on the arm it becomes painful. Move into here. The sword guard goes into the ribs. Then draw back. Then as you lean on his arm and pull on his sword. with an elbow strike. Then turn to the side. Then pull him forward with a broad movement. From there. In such a case. Avoid. falling across the arm. lean on arm and pull on scabbard) (option if you are wearing swords draw and cut neck). move in like this. This type of body movement is important. When you move in here. 2b. This is one point. Note:The opponent comes in. Gekkan Henka A: Migi tsuki to tenmon while wearing swords. Here. use the hilt like this. If he comes with the other hand. as you can see. move into headlock with hidari leg mae. Then throw. fudo ken to happa and finish in gedan ichimonji no kamae. Now use the other sword to stab.D: Hidari uke (glide type) and dori. pull katana to nage. you cannot kick with your feet. If you want to do something nastier. the opponent is forced to submit. Dodge by avoiding the strike. ~ That is why I moved into the space between the hilts. the swords can hit you. The opponent punches. twist head. migi te to katana. draw back and kick. Bring head down and choke. hidari te to keichu tojime. pull up to matsukaze and tsuki asagasumi at same time. you can break it. migi tsuki to migi uko and dori (optional shuki ken to asagasumi) migi giri to gorin. The arm is the crux here. If you lift the sword it becomes even more painful. 2a. Gekkan Henka A: Migi tsuki to tenmon while wearing swords. When throwing. Then choke. The opponent falls forward. From here. Strike him with this. . In this way. lift the elbow and come in with the knee. stepping back to take down (optional breakfall over arm) (option if he is wearing swords. He punches. Moving forward across it. Then bring down forward. Note: The opponent comes with a punch. The opponent punches. when the opponent is wearing swords. Then as you take the opponent's shoulder. Move in and kick. This time you are both wearing swords. This is important. you can avoid the strike. just some simple techniques can be very powerful. the opponent displaces his own ribs with his sword guard.

c. 3b. drop weight. Then draw the sword. tsuki to tenmon with base of migi fudo ken. . hit hijizume and push Note: Some people say that when the opponent is wearing two swords you have to squeeze from outside.When squeezing from outside. Fubi (Brought down by the wind) A: Cross hands (hidari gedan. Cut. Fubi Henka A: Cross hands (hidari gedan. migi jodan) ryote mune dori in jime (with swords). if you take the swords like this he will stagger back. Fubi Henka A: Ryote mune dori.slide down. 3. and holding him down. pull ryote yaku to chi on back. Then take him down in this direction. take his scabbard. D: Dori katana. migi jodan) ryote mune dori in jime (with swords). migi jodan) ryote mune dori in jime. migi te to scabbard and pull around to take down mae pulling on scabbard lean across and pull up on sword as well. Note: When the opponent comes in wearing a pair of swords. you can do something like this. D: Move head from jime. finish withkagato ken to shinchu. Then eventually you can proceed to draw. tobi into do jime. Then rather than taking the shoulder. D: Go over hidari arm. tobi into ashi jime. push katana ushiro. koho kaiten to finish. When you've moved out to a distance. draw and cut neck Note: Punch. come in with a kick. Fubi Henka A: Cross hands (hidari gedan. 3a. D: Ryote dori daimon.D: Hidari uke (glide type) and migi giri to gorin. 3d. raise arms ryote dori daimon. tsuki to tenmon with base of migi fudo ken. Then squeeze like this with the swords.

go into ura gyaku. raise arms push katana. step migi. dori migi te. lean hidari. 4b. Then leap like this. you have to lift the sword as you go to grasp. slide down. dori te's. Squeeze his torso and press down on his jaw. tsuki to asagasum with katana handle. 3d. D: Otoshi body weight. Uryu Henka A: Ushiro bear hug. D: Ryote dori daimon. press into gokoku with thumbs.D: Move head from jime. stepushiro onto migi knee to nage. take hold of A's migi fingers and pull out to migi. migi jodan) ryote mune dori in jime. Press in here. drop weight. Fubi Henka A: Cross hands (hidari gedan. koho kaiten. under arms to uko. Then come in from behind like this. Rather than just falling. migi te on top. 4a. lift te's. Hit with the hilt. pressure into santo's. Uryu (Rain dragon) A: From ushiro. lift his swords as you grab his shoulders. Note: When the opponent has come in like this. ryote dori daimon. half neilson. grab and nage dirt to finish. tobi into do jime. you can throw things into his eyes and the like. Note: When the opponent comes with a choke. and skin. Then fall back and get right up. half neilson. bringing migi arm over into ura gyaku. D: Pull arms down. nage no kamae to nage on head. step ushiro with hidari foot behind A's migi foot. let go hidari te. step under to migi and sit on A's leg. Uryu Henka A: From ushiro. D: Otoshi body weight. walk to nage . There are many variations when the opponent is wearing a pair of swords. step around entraping their body between legs and push over on hadome to push head into chi. When he comes to grab. grasping his shoulders from inside in front is one technique. 4.

Unjaku / Hibari (Cloud sparrow) A: Migi tsuki to tenmon. Unjaku / Hibari Counter D: Migi tsuki to tenmon while wearing swords. Let's go to the next variation. D: Bend migi. Move like this.D: Raise arms. dorimigi leg. migi te dori sleeve under hidari wanshun. Note: Next with your arms up high. nage. step around beside into nage no kamae again to nage. rather than trying to escape. 4c. 4d. full neilson.Note: From this hold. 5. A: Otoshi migi mae into nage no kamae. you can pull like this to throw him over. 5. keep hold. Get his leg here. half neilson. D: Slightly draw sword allowing them to tsuki handle. Holding with the fist. migi fudo ken to asagasumi. 5a. you press into the gokoku vital point. This is one version. hit him with your knee. You can't use your hands. I let it go because it hurts. From there continue with this hold. Note: The opponent holds you firmly. dori tento. . you can take his hands. Uryu Henka A: From ushiro. Uryu Henka A: From ushiro. ukemi on A to crush. Here. D: Otoshi migi mae into nage no kamae. pull. hit with sokki ken. it is important to bring his hands down. . From there. migi fudo ken to asagasumi. Then throw him forward. Unjaku / Hibari Henka A: Migi tsuki to tenmon while wearing swords. He also gets your neck. NOTE: Use this to parry the opponent's punch. Press down.

dori A's sword. migi shuto ken to uko. D: Uke and dori. 5b. zenpo kaiten. step in and break hijizume over migi forearm. D: Dori tsuki. dori hijizume with other te.D: Otoshi migi mae into nage no kamae. . D: Otoshi. turn and step across both legs to shoulder nage. draw sword completly and tsuki with sword to kage. Avoid. pull arm out shuki ken to kage. Kick in a way that he can't see it. sliding down A's migi yaku and landing on toki with sokki ken. The punch goes in together. NOTE: The opponent punches. Then stab. The hand comes in together. lift to break balance. lift balance. You can deliver a series of kicks. shoulder to kaku (migi to migi). D: Otoshi hidari mae into nage no kamae. dori migi toki. Unjaku / Hibari Henka A: Migi tsuki to tenmon. Move up while drawing the sword. geri to asagasumi. Also come in with the shoulder. 5b. 6. draw sword and hit nose with tsuba while standing. Setuyaku Henka A: Migi tsuki to tenmon. turn A's arm over. taking out the knee. 6a. finish with folding arm ushiro head and hold with sokki ken. then the kick. Unjaku / Hibari Henka A: Migi tsuki to tenmon. twist into shoulder nage. tsuki to kinteki. Setuyaku (Snow gleam) (Dancing snow) A: Migi tsuki to tenmon. NOTE: Come in like this. shoulder to under migi arm as you stand. finish with sokki ken to kirigasumi. NOTE: Next go in like this.

pull down to nage. From there. Strike in. Karai Henka A: Katate mune dori. dori daimon. This time. pull other arm ushiro and up at hijizume. do not twist his arm. The vital point strike with the elbow goes in right away. moving with the body. Then apply gyaku. Bring it there and then hit. change feet to pull down. NOTE: The opponent punches. draw . The strike goes in here.NOTE: The Opponent comes punching. D: Dori under. 8a. it is important to rotate his wrist. hold him down. bend your body over A's hand in taki . fold armushiro head then pull up as you apply second sokki ken to kirigasumi. move out hidari and dori hijizume. Karai (Mist thunder) A: Katate mune dori. migi tsuki to kage. migi tsuki to kage. step migi mae. use the legs to deliver the hand to the opponent's vital points. step ushiro with hidari leg. Here. take him down. migi fudo ken to tenmon to lift balance. move here into omote-gyaku. sokki ken to butsumetsu. 8.ori. dori tsuki with hidari te. dori daimon. migi shuto ken to wanshun. The elbow hits here as well. Sometimes the term "elbow" (hiji) is used in reference to the legs. Press down with the knee and apply a total choke. go under arm twisting it up and ushiro. sokki ken to keichu and other sokki ken into kodenko. Setuyaku Henka A: Migi tsuki to tenmon. D: Dori under. move in with the hips and throw the opponent. keeping arm up between legs and push down on palm. When not twisting. Avoid. step across ushiro both legs. NOTE: Rather than punching with the hand. 6a. From there. Applying the gyaku. step ushiro to take down. lift. You are pressing down on his neck and twisted arm. From there. D: Dori tsuki. applying it with the legs. 7. Musan(Fog scattering) A: Migi chudan tsukiD: Swivel migi leg ushiro out of way.

when the opponent grabs your lapel. Taki . pull down by walking ushiro. shuki ken to butsumetsu. dori daimon. bend body up ushiro and push down on kodenko to break. Then pull his arm out straight. twist and pull other arm ushiro and up at hijizume. move like this with his grabbing hand to punch him in the solar plexus.ori te and hold with body. step hidari mae. Taking both his arms. Then fold the hand into take-ori. Sukisha Ko Ryu Home Page Shinden Fudo Ryu Jutaijutsu List Of Contents Kihon Waza: Beginning Techniques Contained in Dakentaijutsu: part of the Ryu Kamae no kata: 5 postures Shoden no kata: 16 Techniques Chuden no kata: . Punch by hiding the fist so that the opponent cannot see it. Take the hand into take-ori and apply a joint reversal to the elbow. D: Dori over. Punch.back. Karai Henka A: Katate mune dori. migi tsuki to kage. 8b. NOTE: This time. then the elbow. Then the elbow goes in. Then take the other arm and get his spine. Bring the punch in like this. attack his spine. shuki ken to hijizume to push.

11 Techniques Okuden no kata: 8 Techniques Kuden: History and Traditions Shinden Fudo Ryu Jutaijutsu Kamae Kata (5 Postures) 1. Fudoza No Kamae (Za Kamae) (Meditation Posture) Sitting with right foot into left knee and behind on heel of left foot. The right hand is in fudo ken and held behind the head. Katate Seigan No Kamae . the hand is open. 4. hands straight out at sides. 3. 2. knees slightly bent. and slightly bent. Hira Ichimonji No Kamae (Flat Number One Posture) (Receiving Posture) Standing straight up. The left arm is pointing at the opponent's heart. Seigan No Kamae (Straight eye posture) The left leg is forward.

come up on the migi foot. D: From fudoza no kamae. take ori to finish. the hand is open. 5. and slightly bent. dori mune with the migi te. migi keri to kage. dori migi daimon with migi te. The right hand is in fudo ken and held behind the head. go up onto migi knee sitting next to A and putting hidari te into ura gyaku on the floor (the arm is bent at 90 . 1a. The left arm is pointing at the opponent’s eyes. Shinden Fudo Ryu Jutaijutsu Shoden Gata (16 Techniques) (1 technique/2 henka) 1. hands in fudo ken on hips. shoulder width apart. migi keri to gorin. pull while stepping ushiro onto migi knee. feet. Kata Mune Dori (Single Chest Capture) A: With migi te dori hidari mune. knees slightly bent. (One Handed Straight eye posture) The left leg is forward. NOTE: Combine all so that they are postures not poses. Shizen No Kamae (Natural Posture) Standing straight up. D: Dori te with both te's. cover the te and dori it in two handed ura gyaku. Kata Mune Dori Henka A: From fudoza no kamae.

step up with migi foot. D: Dori migi shichibatsu area securing skin / obi with hidari te. and strike with a migi tsuki. and dori A's ura gyaku with the migi te. migi te comes over and dori te in ura gyaku. lean to hidari. migi te holds A's te on floor and with the hidari pulls the hijizume. His buttocks should be half on. 4. Note: The meaning of Matsu Kaze is to remove the opponents wind by grabbing the throat. pull lower shichibatsu mae with hidari te while pushing upper uko region. Gyaku Kata Mune Dori (Reverse Single Chest Capture) A: Fudoza no kamae. lifting A with your shichibatsu and his uko to nage. this is called te kubi. and then lean back to the migi.degrees). migi foot keri's gorin. This fall can be hard. kaiten to the hidari and continue the pressure. 5. use a grab to the collar bone to shift him if he refuses to move. come up to migi knee and pull hijizume (te still in ura gyaku) with hidari te. raising the migi sokki ken. step in with migi foot and shichibatsubehind A's shichibatsu. Instead of the thumb. 3. apply pressure to hijizume by using sokki ken. pull A onto his back. 2. pull onto back on hidari side. D: Fudoza no kamae. dori mune with migi te. Ryu Ko . Ude Ori (Arm Break) A: From seiza no kamae. come up on the migi foot. Use the thumb in the neck to shift him to your left. otoshi onto back. use your thumb to control his fall. D: From seiza no kamae. with migi te dori upper mune and uko (optional securing of nerve points in uko area). Matsu Kaze (Pine Tree Wind) A: Kumi uchi. half off when lying across the knee.

7a. dori hidari daimon withhidari te. D: Hidari te curls around migi arm securing with muso dori. dori migi daimon with hidari te. migi keri.D: Hidari te curls around migi arm securing with muso dori. step ushiro and down intomigi nage no kamae to nage. yoko nagare to take A over top. 7. move mae with migi keri to kinteki. strike upper daimon / shinchu with boshi ken. Gedan Gake (Low Hook) A: Hidari seigan no kamae. step in with migi foot. step back to hidari knee to nage face down. D: Hira no kamae. (Dragon Tiger) A: Hon jime. Kyu In (Old Street) A: Kumi uchi. turn to migi. 8. step out to migi with hidari jodan uke. jodan tsuki. at same time dori migi te in ura gyakuwith migi te. step ushiro and down into miginage no kamae to nage 9. D: Dori hidari hijizume with migi te. pullback. Kimon Dori (Demon Gate Capture) . D: Cover dori with both te's. (Do) Udi Ori Henka A: With migi foot mae. (Do) Udi Ori (? Arm Break) A: Kumi uchi. hidari keri to hidari kaku. keep ura gyaku and lie on arm to break. 6. dori migi mune with hidari te. zenpo ukemi with body on arm.

D: Go with A. Jinchu Nage (Centre Of Man Throw) A: Ryote mune dori. 12. pulling on arms. 13. step ushiro migi foot. draw up migi leg and soku keri to migi sai. turn to hidari to nage 10. stepushiro shichibatsu and enter into a goshi nage. kosshi nage. Sakao Otoshi (Headlong Drop) A: Kumi uchi. D: Dori daimon. D: Dori both hands. lift with shichibatsu or osoto nage. immediatelydori gi with both hands. migi step onto hidari toki. step 45 mae with hidari leg into ihen no kamae. shako ken to kin. step mae into ihen no kamae. Koromo Kaeshi (Garment Over Throw) A: Ryote mune dori. keep forearm locked to dokkotsu. D: Kumi uchi. D: Move to hidari into hira ichimonji no kamae. migi sokki ken presses on migi under arm. otoshi body weight. nage to ground (Maintain pressure on dokkotsu with forearm throughout).A: Ryote mune dori. letting go of the te's does ryote fudo ken to shinchu. 11. A: Take two steps back (hidari first). migi arm goes under hidari wakitsubo with tepressing kimon. step in with migi leg ushiro shichibatsu. kikaku ken to miken. with hidari te dori migi hoshi. Satani Nage (Field Valley Throw) . migi te dorimigi jakkin. hidari te dori migi uragyaku. lock dokkotsu and asagasumi by twisting daimon to his hidari. as they otoshi to nage no kamae allowing them to fall on your sokki ken with theirkatsusatsu.

D: Step to migi with migi palm under hijizume. release hijizume and shako ken to asagasumi. migi heel keri to migi kaku. D: Migi te on dori. step back in with the migi rolling hijizume over as he steps in. step ushiro with migi foot. ura gyaku. pulling A back a little.A: Dori collar with migi te. Katate Otoshi (Single Drop) A: Ryote mune dori. enter and hip nage. D: Reach across to dori opposite uragyaku. Gokuraku Otoshi (Paradise Drop) A: Kumi uchi. 15. A: Try to regain balance. otoshi to hidari knee and push to hidari to pull over. . D: Kumi uchi. D: Place hidari te on A's migi te. turn back to use other arm to hit under both arms to do double seion nage. step ushiro with hidari foot. Copyright Sukisha Ko Ryu. apply oni kudaki to migi arm (by dori hijizume). 16. pull on migihijizume and hidari te as A falls to hidari 14. Gyaku Nage (Reverse Throw) A: Kumi uchi.