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Kenseikai Shorinji Kempo Basics

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Elemantal technics of Shorinji Kempo

http://kenseikai.world.coocan.jp/gihou/kihon/engyogo.htm#sokui

Elemental techniques

Establish a basic skill level through illustrated tips.

Basically, you have to learn Shorinji Kempo at a branch where an official instructor can teach you each techniques. Shorinji Kempo is not suitable for self learning. Especially, you need your partner to learn Juho to know how it works and what kind of pain each Juho technique causes. However, it may be worth you practice some techniques by yourself at home after you have been taught them at the branch. This page may be helpful for you to remind you of some tips of each techniques. Practice those techniques as many times as possible, to make these techniques part of your inherent ability. Listed below, basic movements and technical words and tips for some important techniques. English names given to each techniques may different from the WSKO's authorized technical term. I put them just for your ease of understanding. If you find out the difference between the names used in this page from the WSKO's terminologies, please let me know by email, thank you.

 

Today's basic technique

Recently introduced explanations about the basic techniques are listed in the menue below, please select and click to see the explanation.
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Index

Comments Foot positions and basic way of standing and how to sit. Basic postures of Byakuren chool and Giwa shool. How to move your body and dodge. Basic way of carring your body. Body parts used in offense and defense.

Basic stance Basic postures Body movement Basic steps
Body parts

Elemantal techniques Basic movement in Goho such as punch, Goho, kick and guard. in Goho

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Tips and explanation Important tips about specific techniques.

Basic stance Back
Basic stance is called Sokui ho in Shorinji Kempo. Listed below are some of basic stances. How to sit. Click here to see how to sit down on the floor for Zazen Zazen. The basic style for meditation is shown. Example of several foot position. Foot position Name Foot position Name

Kaisoku
open stance

Heisoku ,
closed stance

Mae kagi ashi , Gyaku choji ,
regular stance front foot right angle stance, a transitional stance.

Ushiro kagi ashi ,
rear foot right angle stance, a transitional stance.

Yoko kagi ashi ,
front foot step over stance, a transitional stance.

Hachiji ashi ,
kanji "eight" figure stance.

kawashi ashi ,
cross leg stance, a transitional stance.

Listed below are basic way of standing. Stance Name Stance Name Stance Name

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Zenkutu dachi ,
front weight position

Koukutu dachi ,
rear weight position

Nekoashi dachi ,
front kick position

Kiba dachi ,
low weight position

Fukko dachi ,
knee position

Ku no ji dachi ,
standard standing position

Basic postures Back
gamae, Tai gamae or posture, is a position useful in guarding yourself and initiating offence.

Eight postures of Byakuren school

Gassho gamae

Manji gamae

Midare gamae

Hasso gamae

Taiki gamae

Gyaku taiki gamae

Aiki gamae

Byakuren chuudan gamae

Nine postures of Giwa school

Kesshu gamae

Ichiji gamae

Niou gamae

Chudan Gedan gamae gamae

Gyaku gedan gamae

Fukko gamae

Tachi muso gamae

Yoko muso gamae

Fujin hou, Relative positioning
There are three types of positionings as shown below.

Seitai gamae

You face your opponent as shown in the left figure.

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Tai gamae

When your opponent stands with his left (right) foot forward, you stand with your left (right) foot forward. When your opponent stands with his left (right) foot forward, you stand with your right (left) foot forward.

Hiraki gamae

(C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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Elemental techniques

Establish a basic skill level through illustrated tips.

Basically, you have to learn Shorinji Kempo at a branch where an official instructor can teach you each techniques. Shorinji Kempo is not suitable for self learning. Especially, you need your partner to learn Juho to know how it works and what kind of pain each Juho technique causes. However, it may be worth you practice some techniques by yourself at home after you have been taught them at the branch. This page may be helpful for you to remind you of some tips of each techniques. Practice those techniques as many times as possible, to make these techniques part of your inherent ability. Listed below, basic movements and technical words and tips for some important techniques. English names given to each techniques may different from the WSKO's authorized technical term. I put them just for your ease of understanding. If you find out the difference between the names used in this page from the WSKO's terminologies, please let me know by email, thank you.

 

Today's basic technique

Recently introduced explanations about the basic techniques are listed in the menue below, please select and click to see the explanation.
The above function does not work well in Netscape, please use Internet Explorer, or use the index list below.

Index

Comments Foot positions and basic way of standing and how to sit. Basic postures of Byakuren chool and Giwa shool. How to move your body and dodge. Basic way of carring your body. Body parts used in offense and defense.

Basic stance Basic postures Body movement Basic steps
Body parts

Elemantal techniques Basic movement in Goho such as punch, Goho, kick and guard. in Goho

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Tips and explanation Important tips about specific techniques.

Basic stance Back
Basic stance is called Sokui ho in Shorinji Kempo. Listed below are some of basic stances. How to sit. Click here to see how to sit down on the floor for Zazen Zazen. The basic style for meditation is shown. Example of several foot position. Foot position Name Foot position Name

Kaisoku
open stance

Heisoku ,
closed stance

Mae kagi ashi , Gyaku choji ,
regular stance front foot right angle stance, a transitional stance.

Ushiro kagi ashi ,
rear foot right angle stance, a transitional stance.

Yoko kagi ashi ,
front foot step over stance, a transitional stance.

Hachiji ashi ,
kanji "eight" figure stance.

kawashi ashi ,
cross leg stance, a transitional stance.

Listed below are basic way of standing. Stance Name Stance Name Stance Name

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Zenkutu dachi ,
front weight position

Koukutu dachi ,
rear weight position

Nekoashi dachi ,
front kick position

Kiba dachi ,
low weight position

Fukko dachi ,
knee position

Ku no ji dachi ,
standard standing position

Basic postures Back
gamae, Tai gamae or posture, is a position useful in guarding yourself and initiating offence.

Eight postures of Byakuren school

Gassho gamae

Manji gamae

Midare gamae

Hasso gamae

Taiki gamae

Gyaku taiki gamae

Aiki gamae

Byakuren chuudan gamae

Nine postures of Giwa school

Kesshu gamae

Ichiji gamae

Niou gamae

Chudan Gedan gamae gamae

Gyaku gedan gamae

Fukko gamae

Tachi muso gamae

Yoko muso gamae

Fujin hou, Relative positioning
There are three types of positionings as shown below.

Seitai gamae

You face your opponent as shown in the left figure.

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Tai gamae

When your opponent stands with his left (right) foot forward, you stand with your left (right) foot forward. When your opponent stands with his left (right) foot forward, you stand with your right (left) foot forward.

Hiraki gamae

(C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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Body movement, or Taisabaki Back
Taisabaki means "body movement" to dodge punches and kicks and the way of changing body direction. Listed below are some of the basic way of moving the upper body to dodge your opponent's attack.

Name Yoko furimi
Side sway

Movement

Explanation
Step your right leg to your right a little and sway your body to the right. Step your right leg to your right a little and sway your body to the 45 degree of angle to the right with your left shoulder leading your upper body's right turn. Putting your weight to your rear leg, sway back.

Ryusui
Sway forward

Sorimi
Sway back

Hikimi
Drawing body

Draw your middle body back to put it out of your opponent's reach.

Listed below are some of the basic way of changing the body direction.

Name Han tenshin
Simple shift

Movement

Explanation
Pull your rear leg behind your left leg to turn right and shift your body to the left. You can dodge your opponent's strait punch or kick with this technique. Pull your front leg behind your right leg to turn left and shift your body to the right. You can dodge your opponent's strait punch or kick with this technique.

Gyaku tenshin
Reverse shift

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Put your front leg slightly forward to turn right.

Han tenkan
Half turn Put your rear leg a step forward to turn left.

Zen tenkan
Full turn

Put your front leg in front of your rear leg and turn right 180 degree of angle to face your opponent on your back.

Nisoku zentenkan
Two steps full turn

You can turn 180 degree in two steps. This technique is important to throw your opponent with Juho.

Ukemi Back
Ukemi is a guarding technique to save your body from falling down and hit your body to the floor. There are several types of Ukemi techniques but the basic two techniques are shown below. Click on each figure to see the detail explanations.

Mae ukemi
Front turn guard

To save your body from falling down damage, make your body turn forward. To save your body from falling down damage, make your body turn backward.

Ushiro ukemi
Backward turn guard

Basic steps Back
Listed below are some of the basic steps of Shorinji Kempo.

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Name of the techniques Movement Fumikomi ashi, Front leg forward step

Explanation

Put your front leg a step forward.

Mae yose ashi, Rear leg forward step

Draw your rear leg toward your front leg.

Sashikomi ashi, Forward steps

Put your front leg a step forward and then draw your rear leg toward your front leg.

Sashikae ashi, Forward steps changing legs

Put your rear leg a step forward beyond your front leg. As shown in the left FIg. first, draw your right leg near your front leg and then put it in front of the left leg in 45 degree of angle.

Tobikomi ashi, Rear leg jump forward

Jump forward jumping with rear leg.

Mae kumo ashi, Front leg jump forward

Jump forward jumping with front leg. As shown in the left Fig. land on your rear leg first.

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Body movement, or Taisabaki Back
Taisabaki means "body movement" to dodge punches and kicks and the way of changing body direction. Listed below are some of the basic way of moving the upper body to dodge your opponent's attack.

Name Yoko furimi
Side sway

Movement

Explanation
Step your right leg to your right a little and sway your body to the right. Step your right leg to your right a little and sway your body to the 45 degree of angle to the right with your left shoulder leading your upper body's right turn. Putting your weight to your rear leg, sway back.

Ryusui
Sway forward

Sorimi
Sway back

Hikimi
Drawing body

Draw your middle body back to put it out of your opponent's reach.

Listed below are some of the basic way of changing the body direction.

Name Han tenshin
Simple shift

Movement

Explanation
Pull your rear leg behind your left leg to turn right and shift your body to the left. You can dodge your opponent's strait punch or kick with this technique. Pull your front leg behind your right leg to turn left and shift your body to the right. You can dodge your opponent's strait punch or kick with this technique.

Gyaku tenshin
Reverse shift

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Put your front leg slightly forward to turn right.

Han tenkan
Half turn Put your rear leg a step forward to turn left.

Zen tenkan
Full turn

Put your front leg in front of your rear leg and turn right 180 degree of angle to face your opponent on your back.

Nisoku zentenkan
Two steps full turn

You can turn 180 degree in two steps. This technique is important to throw your opponent with Juho.

Ukemi Back
Ukemi is a guarding technique to save your body from falling down and hit your body to the floor. There are several types of Ukemi techniques but the basic two techniques are shown below. Click on each figure to see the detail explanations.

Mae ukemi
Front turn guard

To save your body from falling down damage, make your body turn forward. To save your body from falling down damage, make your body turn backward.

Ushiro ukemi
Backward turn guard

Basic steps Back
Listed below are some of the basic steps of Shorinji Kempo.

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Name of the techniques Movement Fumikomi ashi, Front leg forward step

Explanation

Put your front leg a step forward.

Mae yose ashi, Rear leg forward step

Draw your rear leg toward your front leg.

Sashikomi ashi, Forward steps

Put your front leg a step forward and then draw your rear leg toward your front leg.

Sashikae ashi, Forward steps changing legs

Put your rear leg a step forward beyond your front leg. As shown in the left FIg. first, draw your right leg near your front leg and then put it in front of the left leg in 45 degree of angle.

Tobikomi ashi, Rear leg jump forward

Jump forward jumping with rear leg.

Mae kumo ashi, Front leg jump forward

Jump forward jumping with front leg. As shown in the left Fig. land on your rear leg first.

(C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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Body parts for offense and defense Back
Shorinji kempo uses almost all parts of the body for offense and defense. Sometimes, a wooden or iron stick is used. However, the main "arms" used are our own body, that is, hand, arm, leg and so on. 1. Hand : There are many variations other than illustrated below. But the following are enough for usual techniques. kind name Part Description Bend your four fingers onto your palm and attach your thumb to a pointing finger tightly. This is a most commonly used part. Seiken means "ordinary grip" or "right grip". A backside of Seiken shown in the left figure. Used in backhand brow. Bend your wrist outside when use Uraken. There is a possibility that you may break a back of your hand if you hit something hard with Uraken bending your wrist inside. Flat fist, as shown in the left figure. Use little finger side of Seiken grip. Use wrist side of Hiraken.

Seiken

Uraken fist Hiraken Shouken Naishou

Hirate open hand Shutou

Open hand.

Shutou means "hand used as a sword". Use little finger side as shown in the left figure.

Choujide others

This part is used in Juho to press a critical or vital point of a joint or arm. Kumade means "a palm of a bear". Using this part will let you hit your opponent without cutting his skin.

Kumade

2. Arm : Although there are many other way of use, the following are mainly used in usual techniques. Name Part Description Wantou means "arm used as a sword". Use little finger side as shown in the left figure.

Wantou

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Nai wantou

Nai wantou means "inside Wantou". Use thumb side as shown in the left figure.

Hiji

Elbow.

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Elemental techniques in Goho Back
Listed below are some of the basic punching, kicking and guarding techniques of Shorinji Kempo. Detail explanations are given for those who would like to practice them at home. Click on each figures to see detailed explanation.

Name of the techniques Jun duki, front hand punch(04.9.19) Gyaku duki, back hand punch(04.10.2) Jun geri, front leg kick(03.3.2) Gyaku geri, rear leg kick(04.10.17) Mawasi geri, round kick
(04.10.31)

Movement

Explanation
duki, Jun duki or a jab in boxing, is used to activate sequence of techniques because it can be delivered without big movement of the body. Gyaku duki is a powerful blow in nature, because it travels long distance to earn enough energy. However, because of this, it is rather easy to anticipate or to dodge. Jun geri is useful to stop your opponent's attack. You can deliver Jun geri with small action. Speed is very essential for this technique. Gyaku geri is a powerful straight kick. But, it is rather easy to dodge it because it travels long way. Apply it after you make your opponent unable to guard or dodge, that is, after putting him in unstable condition. Mawashi geri is a hook kick to hit your opponent horizontally. To deliver Mawashi geri, geri lift your knee aimed at the target and then give your foot circular momentum by turning your hip. Yoko geri is used to kick an opponent standing just your left or right side. To give this kick enough power, you have to push out your hip toward the target. Uwa uke is mainly used to block a punch aiming at your face. Try to move your body so that you will not be hit even if you do not use your arm to block it. Shita uke is used to block a body blow or kick aiming at your body. Try to move your body so that you will not be hit even if you do not use your arm to block it.

Yoko geri, side kick
(04.8.9)

Uwa uke, upper guard(04.6.13) Shita uke, lower guard(04.7.4)

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Uchi uke, inside guard(03.5.30) Harai uke, sweep guard(03.6.14)

Uchi uke is a blocking technique using your arm from outside to inside of your center. It can be used to block a punch or kick. Try to move your body so that you will not be hit even if you do not use your arm to block it. Harai uke is used to block a kick such as geri. Mawashi geri To give Harai uke enough power to block a powerful Mawashi geri, you have to geri twist your hip to transfer the body power to your arm. Ren uke is used to block sequential punch of your opponent. Apply Uwa uke and then Shita uke sequentially. Shita uke must be accompanied with Uchi uke to gauard your face in case your opponent's second punch comes to your face. duki( Furiko duki Furiko zuki ) is a method to practice straight punch.

Ren uke, Sequential guard(03.6.28)

Furiko duki, Pendulam punch training(03.7.13)

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Tips and explanations Back
Basic technical explanations and tips are listed below.

Direction of force in Nuki waza Back
By understanding the right direction of the force you have to apply in Nuki waza, you can easily escape from a grip. Those animals developed thumb can grab things tightly. That means if you can make a force of the thumb grabbing your wrist weaken, you can easily escape from the grip. Thumb can resist against the forces shown by red arrows in the left figure, but can not resist forces shown by green arrows. Shorinji Kempo utilize this fact, using (1) direction are Kote nuki and others, using (2) direction are Kiri nuki and others. Another way of escaping is applying force in the direction of locking techniques and make your opponent release his grip because of the pain the locking techniques causes.

Meuchi Back
Once your opponent is prepared for your next move, it may have become difficult to execute a technique, that is, your waza on him. Especially if your opponent is stronger than you, some special techniques are called for. You should try to make it difficult for your opponent to concentrate on the essential elements that determine the effectiveness of your techniques. This category of techniques is called Meuchi and consists of flapping at eyes with fingertips. Delivering Meuchi, you can create a window of opportunity to getting rid of his concentration. You do not have to actually flap at your opponent's eye balls, just waving your finger tips in front of the eyes is sometimes enough. Use Meuchi whenever you try to execute Juho.

Kagite Back
Kagite is a typical guard style used for preventing your opponent from controlling you once your opponent has seized your wrist. Once one of your hands is in your opponent's grip, do not try to free your hand by pulling it directly back towards you.Your opponent, with greater strength, will hold fast to your hand. Rather, treating your hand-arm-body system as a lever, try to

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Do not try to pull the hand grabbed.

Point in the right description to see Kagite.

position the fulcrum of that system close to your body. The leverage gained will magnify your strength. This is a simple physical principle. Open your hand as illustrated in the left figure. By opening your hand, your wrist becomes thicker and this makes your opponent a little bit difficult to fasten the grip. However, this gives your opponent a chance to grip your finger at the same time. Therefore do not be in Kagite style for long. Move to the next technique as soon as possible. Remember, to effect this guard style, put your body and not your opponent's grip, near the fulcrum.

Sankaku shuhou or Triangle guard position Back
Sankaku shuhou is a guard technique against your opponent's offense, trying to twist your arm in a direction shown in the left Fig. Do not pull your wrist toward you, but rather put yourself near to your wrist seized and put it as close as your side body. Your arm will make a triangle shown in the left figure below. As you can see, your opponent's grip has already weakened just after you take Sankaku shuhou guard position.

Point in the right description to see Sankaku shuhou.

Nisoku tenkai Back
As illustrated at left, Nisoku tenkai, which means two steps full turn, is a way to turn 180 degree in two steps. The quickness and economy of movement this allows is important in throwing techniques.

Tips on Boshikyu Back
Boshikyu , or thenar, refers to the part of your palm just at the base of your thumb. Usig Boshikyu, the aim is to control and push the back of your opponent's hand in such a way that your arm and your opponent's arm form a straight line.

One man training:(Figs. below) (1)Put the palm of your left hand against the back of your right hand so that both palm faces you. Your left hand is to execute this maneuver on your right hand, which plays the part of your opponent's hand.

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(2)Hook the middle and ring fingers of your left hand around the fleshy base of your right thumb. (3)Using the leverage afforded by your palm, press the Boshikyu of your left hand against the back of your right hand to fold your right wrist. You shall be able to easily fold your right wrist as far as it will go and, thereby, point the fingers of you right hand at your chest. This will make your arms form a straight line (4)Twist your left hand to check a direction of the force you should apply to give the maximun pain. You can feel how the leverage gives your left hand control over your right hand.

In step 3, it is important to press your Boshikyu against the back of your opponent's hand and not twist your opponent's wrist with your thumb. Beginners sometimes try to twist their opponent's wrist, however this allows your opponent to escape from your grip. It does not work to your advantage at all, especially when your opponent is stronger than you.

Yubidori Back

This technique is used to lock an opponent's wrist and thumb. Use your Boshikyu firmly attached to the back of his hand and twist his thum in the direction shown in the right Fig. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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Uwa uke geri
This is a very essential movement. You must practice it as many times as you can so that it comes out instinctively. Stop motion illustration is added.(2005.12.18) When your opponent try to punch your face, step back aside with Uwauke and counterattack with middle kick. Practice both left and right, and also step back and forward. The opponent You stepping try to hit your back aside, face. guarding your face with Uwauke. Uwauke You counterattack with middle kick almost at the same time with Uwauke Uwauke. Step back to keep distance. Prepare for the next movement.

Tips: Although Uwauke is an early stage technique, it is not easy to do it in a refined Click style. here to It is important to slide up your arm as shown see stip in the left figure. Do not try to wipe off his motion hand as shown in the left figure. illustration. Counterattack shall be done almost at the same time with Uwauke Uwauke. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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Sodenuki

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Sode nuki
What it means
The first one character part of is pronounced "Sode Sode", meaning "sleeve" and the Sode last one character part is pronounced "nuki nuki", meaning "escape" or "make it free". nuki Thus this technique means "escape method when seized by sleeve".

Techniques
When your opponent seized your right(left) upper sleeve from over your hand by his left(right) hand, use Sodnuki to escape. Put your right hand forward to let your Take Kagite Deliver meuchi meuchi. opponent seize guard position. your right upper sleeve.

Turn your right hand counterclockwise. Push down your Make your hand to escape. opponent's wrist bent.

Follow with left Hit his face middle punch. with your right (And prepare for Uraken. Uraken the next movement.)

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Uwauke duki

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Uwauke duki (Uwa uke zuki)
What it means
The first two characters part of is pronounced "Uwa uke Uwa uke", a name of the Shorinji Kempo guard technique, the last one character part is pronounced "zuki zuki", zuki meaning "a punch". Thus this technique means "Guard with uwa uke and counterattack with a punch.

Techniques
This technique is a very fundamental one, practice as many time as possible so that your body moves automatically. When your opponent try to hit your head or face, guard it with Uwa uke uke, and counterattack with middle punch. Try as many variation as possible. Your opponent You step Middle punch try to hit you forward with right by Shuto uchi diagonally uchi. hand. right and guard your head with Uwauke. Uwauke Kumade duki with your left hand.

Prepare for the next movement.

Tips Please refer to Uwauke about its detail and how to practice it effectively. ( updated explanation, 2004.6.13)

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23/06/2009 10:25

Uchiuke Duki

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Uchiuke duki (Uchi uke zuki)
What it means
The first two charactors of are pronounced "Uchi Uke" meaning "Inside guard" and the last one charactor is pronounced "duki" meaning a punch.

Techniques
When your opponent try to punch your face, you step aside with Uchi uke and counterattack with middle punch followed by middle kick. The opponents try to punch your face. You make his punch miss your face by stepping forward at 45 degree angle. Apply Uchi uke at the same time. Make sure that you guard your face with Uchi uke so that he can not hit you any more. You punch his body with the opposite hand. You kick his body. Step back and prepare for the next movement.

TIPS: Do not wipe off your opponent's hand with your hand. You have to step forward at 45 degree angle to make his punch miss you even if you do not use your hand to block his punch. Click here to see stop motion figures of the left animation. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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23/06/2009 10:26

Eri nuki

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Eri nuki
What it means
The first one character part of is pronounced "Eri Eri", meaning a lapel, a red part Eri

of . The last one character part is pronounced "nuki nuki", meaning "escape" or "make nuki it free". Thus this technique means "escape method when seized by a lapel".

Techniques
When your opponent seized your neckband , use Eri nuki to escape.

Make a space in front of your chest to

let your opponent seize your lapel.

Deliver meuchi Strike down your meuchi. right elbow on to your opponent's left hand.

Hit his face Turn your right Make your Push down your with your right hand opponent's wrist hand to escape. Uraken and left counterclockwise. bent. middle punch.

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23/06/2009 10:40

Oshikiri nuki

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Oshi kiri nuki
Use Oshi kiri nuki your upper arm/arms your forearm to set hands and then push when your opponent seizes with his hand/hands. Turn it inside of your opponent's it out. Try Johaku nuki when your opponent seizes your upper arms as shown in the right Fig.

Apply Oshi kiri nuki, nuki when your opponent seizes your upper arms with his arms bending, pushing his elbow outside as in the left Fig. Your opponent seizes your upper arms with his hands. Take Kagite guard position so that you do not lose the control.

Turn your right forearm clockwise to put your right arm inside of your opponent's left hand.

Push your right forearm out to kill your opponent's left wrist.

Stretch out your right hand to release it from your opponent's grip.

Hit your Apply Johaku opponent's back nuki to your neck with left hand. uchi. Wantou uchi

Prepare for the next movement.

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Oshikiri nuki

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Tips Push your forearm out to cut your opponent's lock. Try to push it out a little bit backward.

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Shitauke geri

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Shitauke geri
This is a very essential movement. You must practice it as many times as you can so that it comes out instinctively. When your opponent try to punch your body, step forward aside a little with Shitauke and counterattack with middle kick. Practice both left and right, and also step back and forward. Take Hassou You stepping gamae to let your forward aside, opponent think of punching or kickking your body. guarding your body with Shitauke. Shitauke Counterattack with Gyaku geri middle kick.

Tips: Although Shitauke is an early stage technique, it is not easy to do it in a refined style. It is important to slide down your arm. Do not try to wipe off the offending hand or leg. Counterattack shall be done almost at the same time with Shitauke Shitauke. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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23/06/2009 10:26

Uragaeshi nage

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Uragaeshi nage
You will learn Uragaeshi nage at early stage of learning Shorinji Kempo. This technique can be easily practiced once you know its tips. Apply this technique with Gyaku gote or Maki gote to bring your opponent down in reverse position, his chest facing the ground,

You are applying At the moment Gyaku gote or your opponent's gote. hip hits the Maki gote floor,

push your left Then turn his hand to make him wrist clockwise turn around the and pull. point where his hip is contacting the floor.

He will be Fix his shoulder forced to roll with your left down with his hand. back facing up.

Step forward your right foot and apply Uragatame. Uragatame

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Uragaeshi nage

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Tips It is essential that you should turn your opponent exactly when his hip hits the floor. After his back lies on the floor, it is impossible to turn him around. As you can see in the right animation, turn him making the + mark in the animation as a pivot of turning. Make his head go through under your hands. After his body turned, twist your opponent's wrist clockwise and pull it low. By this action your opponent will be forced to roll to the chest down position. It is important to make enough space to make him turn and roll by moving your feet. Try as many time as possible to get the tips.

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Shitauke jungeri

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Shita uke jun geri
This is a very essential movement. You must practice it as many times as you can so that it comes out instinctively. When your opponent try to punch your body, withdraw your body a little with Shitauke and counterattack with geri. jun geri Practice both left and right. Take Hassou gamae to let your opponent think of kickking or punching your body. Your opponent trys to punch your body, you withdraw your body and apply uke. shita uke Counterattack with jun geri geri. Prepare for the next movement.

Tips: Although Shita uke is an early stage technique, it is not easy to do it in a refined style. It is important to slide down your arm. Do not try to wipe off the offending hand or leg. Counterattack shall be done almost at the same time with Shita uke uke. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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23/06/2009 10:26

Sodemaki

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Sode maki
When your opponent seized your right(left) upper sleeve from under your hand by his left(right) hand, use Sodemaki Sodemaki. Put your right let your Deliver meuchi hand forward to opponent seize and, your right upper sleeve. put your left hand on to your opponent's left hand.

Turn your right hand clockwise. Pull down your Make your hands. opponent's hand in "S" shape.

Kick his body while keeping Prepare for the his hand in "S" next movement. shape.

Tips Keep your opponent's hand tightly fixed to your right hand's angle by pushing it with your left hand. Make sure your opponent's hand is in "s" shape.

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23/06/2009 10:41

Sodemaki

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Tukiten ichi

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Tsukiten ichi
This technique is used, when your opponent has thrown consecutive punches to your face and body, to counterattack them with your kick. Your opponent You sway and trys to throw a guard it with punch to your Uwauke. Uwauke face. Your opponet throws middle punch. You guard it with Shitauke. Shitauke Guard your face at a same time. You kick back. Kick almost at the same time of guarding. Prepare for next movement.

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23/06/2009 10:27

Sodedori

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Sodedori
What it means
The first one character part of is pronounced "Sode Sode", meaning "a sleeve" and Sode the last one character part is pronounced "dori dori", meaning "catch or lock". Thus this dori technique means "lock your opponent's hand when he seizes your sleeve".

Techniques
When your opponent seized your right(left) upper sleeve from over your hand by his left(right) hand, use Sodedori Sodedori. Put your right let your hand forward to opponent seize your right upper sleeve. Deliver shuto giri, giri as shown below, ormeuchi meuchi and, put your left hand on to your opponent's left hand.

Turn your right hand clockwise. Pull down your Make your opponent's arm hands in " " shape.

While keeping his arm in " shape, " kick his body.

Tips Keep your opponent's hand tightly fixed to your right hand's angle by Click here to see stop pushing it with your left motion figures of the left hand. Make sure your animation. opponent's hand is in " " shape.

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Sodedori

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While keeping your opponent's arm in " " shape twist his palm as shown in the left figure and push its little finger root. You must do this with your right upper arm while bending your joint. This is based on the same principle as Johaku dori dori.

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Kote nuki

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Kote nuki
Kote nuki works well when your opponent seizes your right (left) hand with his right (left) hand as illustrated in the right figure.

The opponent Deliver Meuchi seizes your right away and, right wrist by his right hand.

take Kagite guard style. Move to Kote nuki. nuki

Turn your palm down and push out your elbow from inside out, not moving the pivot.

Turn your elbow out till your wrist is released completely.

Hit into his face with the hand just released.

Wrong:
This will not work well, if you try to escape when his arm is not stretched straight. He can follow your movement if his arm has freedom to bend. Never try to escape by pulling your hand.

Tips :
Stretch his elbow straight. It is the most inportant check point in Kotenuki As Kotenuki. far as his arm is straight, you can easily apply Kotenuki. Kotenuki When you push out your elbow, do not move the pivot but turn your wrist like cutting his thumb.

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Kote nuki

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Sodemaki tembin

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Sodemaki tenbin (Sodemaki tembin)
What it means
The first two character part of is pronounced "Sode maki Sode maki", a name of the Shorinji Kempo technique, the last two characters part is pronounced "tembin tembin", tembin meaning "a balance" and also a name of the critical spot in an elbow joint. Thus this technique means "lock your opponent's hand at the critical spot "tembin in case tembin" tembin your opponent tries to escape from "Sode maki". Sode maki

Techniques
When your opponent tries to escape from your Sodemaki lock your Sodemaki. opponent's arm at the critical spot Tembin, Tembin Put your right let your Deliver meuchi hand forward to opponent seize and, your right upper sleeve. put your left hand on to your opponent's left hand.

Turn your right hand clockwise. Make your opponent's hand in "S" shape.

Your opponent tries to escape by twisting his body, turing back.

Fix his elbow between your body and your right elbow.

Use your right elbow to lock his arm and lift your left hand for effective force.

Click here Tips to see stop Keep your opponent's elbow tightly fixed at your side motion figures body.Apply this technique hard and quickly. Slow attack of the will let your opponent have a chande to escape. animation below.

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Sodemaki tembin

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Katate Yorinuki

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Katate Yorinuki
Use Yorinuki to free your hand from your opponent's grip when he seized your hand as shown in the right Fig.

Your opponent seizes your hand.

You deliver Meuchi and guard in Kagite. Kagite

Pull your body near to the point your hand is seized.

Turn your palm down and push your elbow out from under, twisting your hand clockwise.

Keep pushing Punch. out your elbow until your hand is completely freed.

<Tips> When starting Yorinuki turn your palm down and then twisting your hand clockwise, push your elbow toward your opponent's body. Get back to safe position as soon as you escape. Do not pull your hand toward you when you try to escape.

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23/06/2009 10:27

Johaku dori

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Jo(u)haku dori
Johaku dori locks your opponent's hand, when he seized your upper arm as shown in the right Fig.

Your opponents You deliver seizes your Meuchi and upper arm. guard in Kagite. Kagite

Lock his hand Take down his Try to twist a Kick. with your fold hand with your little to push arm and the arm. down his hand. opposite hand.

<Tips> You must make your opponent's hand and arm to form the figure as shown in the left Fig. Try to fix your your opponent's hand as firm as possible so that it may not slip away.

Effective form

How to fix your opponent's hand.

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Ryoute Yorinuki

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Ryo(u)te Yori nuki
Ryoute Yori nuki is used when both your hands are seized with your opponent's both hands. Use Yori nuki to free your hand from your opponent's grip. It is applicable when he seized your hand as shown in the right Fig. Your opponent Guard in Kagite Pull your body Apply meuchi Middle punch. seizes your both position. near to the with your right hand. point your hand hand. is seized. Apply Yorinuki to your right hand.

Apply yorinuki to your left hand.

Use your right Upper punch with hand in the same kick in his your left hand. way as uchiuke head. uchiuke, and

Step down your leg in front and kamae. ichiji kamae

<Tips> Before you apply second Yorinuki make your body close to your Yorinuki, opponent and set your left hand close to you so that you can easily turn your elbow in Yorinuki movement. You may step forward your right foot when applying second Yori nuki but in advance phase nuki, you must be able to apply second Yori nuki without stepping forward your right foot as shown in the animation. Do not pull your hand toward you when you try to escape. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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Technique explanation Kusshin duki

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Kusshin duki (Kusshin zuki)
This technique is used to counterattack your opponent's hook punch with your punch.

Your opponent trys to punch in your face.

Duck guarding your face.

Go under your Prepare for opponent's hand next movement. and counterattack with a punch.

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23/06/2009 10:39

Introduction to Maki nuki

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Maki nuki
This technique is used when your opponent seizes your right (left) wrist with his left (right) hand as shown in the right figure.

He seizes your You deliver right wrist Meuchi at with his left once. hand.

Take Kagite style and move to Maki nuki at once.

Turn your right palm down and push out your right elbow horizontally.

Push out your Hit his face elbow till your with your hand wrist becomes just freed. free.

Tips: Try to move your hand to the position shown in the left figure by sliding your palm around his wrist. Then push out your elbow counterclockwise. Do not move the pivot while pushing out your elbow.

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23/06/2009 10:28

Ude maki

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Ude maki
What it means
The first one character part of is pronounced "Ude Ude", meaning "an arm", the Ude last one character part is pronounced "maki maki", meaning "wind or wrap". Thus this maki technique means "Use your arm as if wrap your opponent's hand with your arm and lock it.

Techniques
Ude maki can be applied when your opponent seizes your lower lapel. Apply Erinuki technique to the earlier stage of this technique. And then use another hand not to let your opponent's hand slip away. Lock your opponent's hand in S character shape. Let your opponent Your opponent seizes your lower seizes your lapel. lower lapel with his left hand. Deliver meuchi with your left hand and strike down your right elbow onto your opponent's left wrist. Use the same technique as Erinuki to your right hand.

Attach your left hand onto the back of your opponent's left hand. Turn your arm counterclockwise. Raise your right elbow.

Make sure your Pull your right opponent' arm is elbow down. in S character shape.

Use your both hand to make your opponent immobilized.

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Ude maki

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Click here to see stop motion illustration. Tips Turn your arm so that it goes by your ear and your opponent's grip becomes ineffective. Make sure that your opponent's hand is in S character shape.

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Gyakugote

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Gyaku gote
What it means
The first one character part of is pronounced "gyaku gyaku", meaning "reverse", and the last two gyaku characters part is pronounced "gote gote", meaning "wrist". Thus this technique means "lock your opponent's gote hand in reverse".

Techniques
You will learn Gyaku gote at early stage of learning Shorinji Kempo. This technique is most suitable for learning how to use Boshikyu because without using Boshikyu properly it will not work well. Boshikyu, You can take your opponent down by Gyaku gote moreover if you can do Nisoku tenkai smoothly you can gote, throw him away. Practice this technique as many times as possible to master this most Shorinji Kempo like technique. When your opponent seizes your right (left) wrist with his right (left) hand nuki, like the grip same as Kote nuki take his wrist locked and throw him down. His arm looks like this in the left figure when you can lock his wrist and arm successfully.

He seizes your You wrist. deliverMeuchi Meuchi and take Kagite style.

Hook your left hand to his hand and make your wrist free from his grip.

Use your Boshikyu to lock his hand as shown in the tips bellow.

Use Nisoku tenkai to throw him down.

immobilize him by applying Yubi gatame.

Tips: Unlike Kote nuki, use your right arm in the direction that nuki your arm push the base of his index finger to turn his wrist bent. Use your left hand's Boshikyu to bend his wrist together with your right arm. Push out your left elbow to make his right elbow come close to you. To look at the stop motion illustration of the right animation, click here.

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Gyakugote

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23/06/2009 10:28

Katamuna otoshi

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Katamuna otoshi
Although this technique may relatively be easy to learn, it is very effective. The principle of this technique is very useful and it can be applied in various situations. Many Juho use this technique to lock a wrist. Katamuna otoshi is applicable when your opponent grabs your clothes at your chest as illustrated in the right figure and push the hand toward you. He grabs your clothes at your chest and push forward. You deliver Meuchi and attach your right hand to his left hand from under his fist. Add left hand to grab his left hand from over his fist. Make your both arms straight and turn them counterclockwise. Turn his fist 180 degree. When your elbow comes higher than his, turn your elbow over it and push down your elbow without moving the pivot. Kick his body so that he will not attack you any more.

Tips: Catch his fist grabbing your clothes as shown below, from under and from top. After fastening your grip of both hands, turn them 180 degree of angle to make the base of his little finger turns up. At this point, his arm and hand must be look like the right most figure below. You have to learn that this "S" figure is essential for success of Katamuna otoshi After you make his hand otoshi. and arm "S" figure, turn his palm clockwise ( looked from his palm side) in the vertical plane. Ask an instructor how to make his hand and arm "S" figure.

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23/06/2009 10:42

Katate Okurigote

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Katate Okurigote
When your opponent has seized your wrist as shown in the right Fig., use this technique to lock his wrist.This sequence to techniques is same as that of Maki nuki to the stage at which you make his grip lose power. Your opponent try to seize your right hand by his left hand. Put your left You throw Meuchi at once hand on his and turn your left hand. right hand counterclockwise like Maki nuki nuki. Push out your right elbow from under and press his left thumb. Use your left Boshikyu to lock his wrist. Using your both arm, pull down his left hand to your left knee. Firmly lock his Kick and try left wrist by Yubidori to your both hand. immobilize him. You have to learn from an instructor about the tips.

TIPS: Use your left Boshikyu as shown in the right Fig. And use your right arm to make his left thumb lose its power.

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Eri juji

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Eri juji
What it means
The first character of sounds "Eri meaning the red part of Eri" . Eri The last two characters sounds "Juji meaning a cross. This comes from the shape Juji" Juji that your arm and your opponent's arm makes in the stop motion illustration below, upper right most fig with green background color.

Comments
Although this technique may relatively be easy to learn, it is very effective. The principle of this technique is very useful and it can be applied in various situations. Many Juho use this technique to lock a wrist.

Techniques
Eri juji is applicable when your opponent grabs your clothes at your chest as illustrated in the right figure and push the hand toward you. He grabs your clothes at your chest and push forward. You deliver Meuchi and attach your left hand to his left hand from over his fist. Hit his left wrist with your right hand from under his wrist, to bend it.

Turn your both arms counterclockwise. When your elbow comes higher than his,

turn your elbow over it and push Keep his arm in down your elbow S shape.(note 1) without moving the pivot.

Kick his body so that he will not attack you any more.

(note 1) You may grab his palm with your both hands, while in this figure you grab his palm with one hand and use another hand to hold his elbow to make it sure that his arm makes S shape. Tips: Catch his fist grabbing your clothes as shown below, from over. After fastening your grip, turn

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Eri juji

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them counterclockwise to make the base of his little finger turns up. You have to learn that this "S" figure is essential for success of Eri juji After you make his hand and juji. arm "S" figure, turn his palm clockwise ( looked from his palm side) in the vertical plane. Ask an instructor how to make his hand and arm "S" figure.

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Okuri maki tenbin

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Okuri maki tenbin
When you apply Okuri gote to your opponent and he tries to escape by twisting his body, use Okuri maki tenbin. tenbin Your opponent seizes your right hand with his left hand. You throw Meuchi at once and turn your right hand counterclockwise like Maki nuki nuki. Put your left hand on his left hand and apply gote. Okuri gote Your opponent twists his body to escape from gote, Okuri gote or to try to decrease its effect,

You tightly fasten his elbow in between your right elbow and your side body.

Press and lock his elbow without giving him any moment to escape.

Kick in his body.

Prepare for the next movement.

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harai uke geri

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Harai uke geri
This technique is used, when your opponent kick your body with Mawashi geri, geri to block it with Harai uke and kick back. Let your Your opponent opponent tries tries to kick to kick your your body. body by raising your right guard.. You guard his Mawashi geri with Uchi uke. harai uke Counterattack with a middle kick Prepare for the next movement.

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Introduction to Ude juji

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Ude ju(u)ji gatame
Although you will learn Ude juji gatame in early stage, it includes essence of Shorinji Kempo such as how to use Boshikyu When this technique works well you can Boshikyu. throw a big man very easily. Ude juji gatame is an offensive technique. You seize your opponent's right (left) hand with your right (left) hand and twist his hand counterclockwise to make his palm face you. Then lock his elbow with your left (right) arm and throw him down. You seize his hand and twist it. Deliver Meuchi to make him unable to counterattack. Slide your arm Lock his elbow along with his and push out arm twisted till your right hand. it comes to his elbow. Twist his hand to make his palm turn up. Put his waist onto your waist and throw him backward. Apply Tachi gassho gatame to immobilize him after he falls down.

Tips: You must twist his hand using your Boshikyu to make his palm turn up and even make it face to you. This will make him difficult to punch you with his free hand. Do not lift your hand up to throw him back.

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Introduction to Ude juji

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Furiten ni

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Furiten ni
This technique is used, when your opponent has thrown consecutive punches to your face, to counterattack them with your kick. Your opponent tries to throw a punch, Furi duki, duki to your face. You sway and Your opponent Counterattack guard it with throws upper with a side uke. kick Soto oshi uke punch, Furi duki again. You guard it with Uchi otoshi uke. uke Prepare for the next movement.

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Explore techniques "Mae yubi gatame"

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Mae yubi gatame
gatame, Mae yubi gatame or Front Finger lock, is a technique to lock your opponent's finger as shown in the right Fig.. This technique is useful after you take down your opponent with Gyaku gote gote.

Tips Apply this technique after you throw down your opponent with Gyakugote Gyakugote. You must make your opponent's elbow straight by pushing it with your knee as in the left figure. Twist your opponent's right hand with your Boshikyu counterclockwise, and make your opponent's middle finger bend by pushing it with your right hand's finger. (A)Make your palm and fingers straight. (B)Then, try to bend your palm with your fingers straight. You can see that the angle X is large. (C)Next, bend your fingers in such a way that you make a fist. You will see that this time the angle Y is much smaller than the angle X. Maeyubi gatame uses this fact. Holding your opponent's hand in (B) shape and then forcing its fingers in (C) shape while keeping the angle X large will give your opponent severe pain. Right animation shows the above explanation. Do not forget to keep the angle X large.

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Explore techniques "Mae yubi gatame"

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Technique explanation Keriten3

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Keriten san
This technique is used to counterattack your opponent's sequence of punches and kick with your kick. The movement is essential and useful in various situations. Your opponent trys to punch in your face with his front hand. You sway back and guard your face with Uwauke. Uwauke Your opponent throws his punch to your body. You guard it with Shitauke. Shitauke Your opponent kicks your body. You guard it with Jujiuke, Jujiuke blocking with both hands crossed. You counterattack with kick at once.

Tips Speed is essential. Illustrative animation stops at the end of each movements for better understanding. Do not pause at each end of the movements when you execute this technique. Try to counterattack almost at the same time you block your opponent's kick. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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Explore Techniques "Tachigassho gatame"

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Tachi gassho(u) gatame
Tachi gassho gatame is used to lock and hold your opponent after you have ececuted a throw, such as juji. Ude juji Your oponent will be locked in the position shown in the right Fig. with his velly facing the ceiling.

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Tukiten san

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Tukiten san
This technique is used, when your opponent has thrown consecutive punches to your face and body, to counterattack them with your kick. Your opponent You sway and tries to throw guard it with a punch to your Uwauke Uwauke. face. Your opponent Guarding the counterattack throws middle following punch with a kick. punch. You with Uwauke Uwauke, guard it with Shitauke. Shitauke Guard your face at a same time.

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Uchiuke geri

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Uchi uke geri
When your opponent try to punch your face,you guard your face with Uchi uke and counterattack with a side kick. Satrt. Your opponent try Make sure that to punch your you guard your face. face with Uchi uke. uke Counterattack with a side kick.

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Sanbou uke namikaeshi

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Mawashi geri sanbou uke namigaeshi
This technique is used to guard your low, middle and upper zone of the body at the same time from your opponent's kick. It consists of Uchi uke for upper, Juji uke for middle and Hiza uke for low kick and your counterattack with kick. Sanbou uke means defending three zones at the same time. First guard your face with ukefrom Uchi uke the opponent's punch. He continutes to offend with middle punch. You block it with Shita uke. uke He continues to You Prepare for the offend with counterattack next movement. upper kick. You with high kick. block it with Juji uke and uke. Hiza uke

Tips: When you guard with Hiza uke or knee guard, try to prepare for the next movement, high kick, with the leg used for Hiza uke uke. Speed is the most important for this technique. Try to kick back as soon as you block the kick with Hiza uke uke. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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Tenshin geri

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Tenshin geri
What it means
The first one character part of is pronounced "Ten Ten", meaning "roll, move or Ten change", the next one character part is pronounced "shin shin", meaning "body" and the shin last one characters part is pronounced "geri geri", meaning "a kick". Thus this technique geri means "shift your your body to make your opponent's punch or kick miss you and counterattack with a kick".

Techniques
This technique is a very fundamental one, practice as many time as possible so that your body moves automatically. When your opponent try to hit your face, dodge it by shifting your body, and counterattack with middle kick. Try as many variation as possible. Your opponent You step aside, and shift your try to hit your body so that face with his his punch miss right hand. your face. Counterattack with your right kick.

Tips, Tips There are many variation to shift your body. Ask instructers to learn them.

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Tenshin geri

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Katate Oshinuki

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Katate Oshinuki
Katate Oshinuki is used to free your right(left) hand from your opponent gripping it with his left(right) hand from under your wrist. Your opponent seizes your right wrist by his left hand. Counterattack with left Shuto to prevent his further attack. Attach your left Try to let your hand to his left right elbow hit elbow to make it his arm. stretched and turn your forearm vertically. Throw Kumadeduki. Kumadeduki

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Han tenshin geri

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Han tenshin geri
What it means
The first one character part of is pronounced "Han Han", meaning "half" and Han the middle two characters part is pronounced "tenshin tenshin", meaning "turning body or tenshin moving the position". And the last one character part is pronounced "geri geri", meaning geri "kick". Thus this technique means "counter attack with a kick using half turn defense technique".

Techniques
When your opponent tries to kick your body, turn your body using half turn defense techniques, or Han tenshin tenshin, and counterattack with middle kick. Take left middle position, let your opponent think of kicking your body. Stepping your right leg back to your left leg and make half turn, Han tenshin. tenshin By Han tenshin Counterattack make your with a middle opponent's kick kick. miss your body. Guarding your face with Soto uke and your body with Uchi otoshi. otoshi

Tips: It is important to make your opponent's kick miss your body by Han tenshin body movement. Counterattack shall be done almost at the same time with Han tenshin. tenshin

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Han tenshin geri

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Morote Juji nuki

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Morote Ju(u)ji nuki
What it means
The first two characters part of is pronounced "Moro te Moro te", meaning "both hands", the last three characters part is pronounced "Jujinuki Jujinuki", a name of Shorinji Jujinuki Kempo technique. Thus this technique means "Juuji nuki applicable in case your Juuji opponent seizes your hand with his both hands.

Techniques
This technique is used when your opponent seizes your wrist with his both hands. The principle of escaping is same as Juji nuki nuki. Your opponent seizes your wrist with his both hands and try to push it forward. You take Kagite guard position and deliver Meuchi. Meuchi Lift up your elbow and put it over his arm.

Push down your elbow near to your body.

Hit his face to prevent his Middle punch. further attack.

Prepare for the next movement.

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Morote Juji nuki

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Click here to see stop motion figures of the animation below. Tips: First turn your elbow up and after your elbow becomes higher than his arm, then push out your elbow over his arm. Do not try to pull your wrist.

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Yoko tenshin geri

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Yoko tenshin geri
What it means
The first one character part of is pronounced "Yoko Yoko", meaning "side or Yoko aside", the next two characters part is pronounced "ten shin ten shin", meaning "Change the position of the body" and the last one character part is pronounced "geri geri", meaning geri "a kick". Thus this technique means "shift your your body to make your opponent's punch or kick miss you and counterattack with a kick".

Techniques
When your opponent try to kick your body, dodge it by shifting your body, and counterattack with a middle kick.

Your opponent He steps try to kick forward, and your body with his right kick.

kick your body with his right leg. You shift your body to the right with your right foot stepping right.

Guard your body with left Uchi harai uke and apply right Soto uke at the same time.

Counterattack with your left kick.

Pull back your left foot.

Prepare for the next movement.

Tips, Tips There are many variation to shift your body. Ask instructers to learn them.

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Yoko tenshin geri

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Nidan nuki

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Nidan nuki
What it means
The first two characters part of is pronounced "Nidan Nidan", meaning "two steps", Nidan the last one character part is pronounced "Nuki Nuki", meaning "escape or unlock". Thus Nuki this technique means "First try Yori nuki ( 1st step) and when your opponent twist your hand not to apply Yori nuki then apply this technique as a second step." nuki,

Techniques
When you try to apply Yori nuki and your opponent twist your hand making you unable to apply Yorinuki then Yorinuki, apply this technique as a second step. Put your both let your hands forward to opponent seize your hands. You try to guard in Kagite position. Your opponent You flip your twist your right palm and hand and push it so that you can not apply Yori nuki. nuki

turn your elbow over your wrist Turn your body cutting your and pull your opponent's thumb hand off. with your forearm.

Ura ken punch.

Apply Yori nuki to another hand.

Tips Keep your opponent's elbow tightly fixed at your side body.Apply this technique hard and quickly. Slow attack will let your opponent have a chande to escape.

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Nidan nuki

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Juji uke geri

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Ju(u)ji uke geri
This technique is used, when your opponent tries to kick your body with geri, Mawashi geri to counterattack it with your kick. Juuji uke is a guard technique against Mawashi geri with Uchi uchiotoshi uke and Uchiharai uke at the same time. Start. Your opponent tries to kick your body with geri. Mawashi geri You guard it with Juuji uke. uke Counterattack with a kick Prepare for the next movement.

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morote hiki nuki

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Morote hiki nuki
What it means
The first two character part of is pronounced "Moro te Moro te", meaning "both hands", the middle one character is pronounced "hiki hiki", meaning "pull" and the last hiki one character is pronounced "nuki meaning "escape" or "unlock". Thus this technique nuki" nuki means "Free your hand from your opponent's both hands by pulling out your hand".

Techniques
This technique is same to Kiri nuki in principle. The difference is that Morote hiki nuki is used in case that your opponent seizes your hand with his both hands where Kiri nuki is applicable when your opponent seizes your hand with one hand. Put your right hand forward to let your opponent Guarding in Attach your left seize it with his Kagite position hand on to your both hands. deliver Shuto to right hand and his neck.

Turn your right hand in character shape while pulling down your right hand. Pull down and out Punch in his your right hand face. completely. Prepare for the next movement.

<Tips> Cut your opponent's thumb in a direction in which you will get minimum resistance, that is toward the fingertip of the thumb. If you try to move your hand in a wrong direction you can not free your hand, because your opponent seizes your hand with his both hand. You can not win

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morote hiki nuki

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unless you use the technique in two to one situation.

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Tsubame gaeshi

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Tsubame gaeshi
For this technique speed is essential. Practice as many time as you can to achieve maximum speed. When your opponent try to hit your face, You guard your face with Uchi uke and step in to counterattack his neck by your hand just used for Uchi uke. Block and counterattack must go uke almost at the same time. Let your opponent try to hit your face by making your upper guard absent. Your opponent trys to punch your face. You block it with uke. Uchi uke Middle punch Slide your arm used for Uchi uke shall follow. at once to hit his neck. Punch in his face. Kick and step back to prepare for the next movement.

Tips: Do not wait a moment after Uchi uke Without speed uke. this technique works wrong giving your opponent a chance to deliver a following punch. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003、 2004, 2005 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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Kintekigeri hizauke namikaeshi

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Kinteki geri hizauke namigaeshi
What it means
The first two characters part of is pronounced "Kinteki Kinteki", a name of Kinteki critical point, the next one character part is pronounced "geri geri", meaning "a kick", geri the middle two characters part is pronounced "Hiza uke Hiza uke", meaning name of the Shorinji Kempo technique using a knee as a guard against a kick, and the one before the last character is pronounced "nami nami", meaning "wave", and the last one is nami pronounced "Gaeshi Gaeshi", meaning "a counterattack". Thus this technique means Gaeshi "counterattack like wave coming back and forth, defense and then offense, right after Hiza uke guard against kinteki kick.

Techniques
This technique is used to guard your kinteki critical point from your opponent's kick. You counterattack with a kick into your opponent's kinteki critical point. Start. Your opponent offend with geri. Kinteki geri You block it with You counterattack uke. with your right Hiza uke kick.

Click here to see a stop motion explanation Tips; When you guard with Hiza uke or knee guard, try to prepare for the next movement with the leg used for Hiza uke uke. Speed is the most important for this technique. Try to kick back as soon as you block the kick with Hiza uke. uke (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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Explore the technique "Chidori gaeshi"

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Chidori gaeshi
When your opponent try to hit your face, You guard your face with Uchi uke and step forward in 45 degree of angle to counterattack his face or eyes by your hand just used for Uchi uke Block and uke. counterattack must go almost at the same time. Let your opponent try to hit your face by making your upper guard absent. Your opponent trys to punch your face. You block it with uke. Uchi uke Use your arm used Middle punch for Uchi uke at shall follow. once to hit his face. Kick down his rear leg by your right Sokuto geri, geri side kick. Hit his neck bone.

Tips: Do not wait a moment after Uchi uke. Without speed this technique works wrong giving your opponent a chance to deliver a following punch. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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23/06/2009 10:30

Gyakugeri hizauke namikaeshi

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Gyaku geri hiza uke namigaeshi
What it means
The first two characters part of is pronounced "Gyaku geri Gyaku geri", a name of the Shorinji Kempo technique, the middle two characters part is pronounced "Hiza Hiza uke", meaning name of the Shorinji Kempo technique using a knee as a guard against a uke kick, and the one before the last character is pronounced "nami nami", meaning "wave", nami and the last one is pronounced "Gaeshi Gaeshi", meaning "a counter attack". Thus this Gaeshi technique means "counter attack like wave coming back and forth, defense and then offense, right after Hiza uke guard against Gyaku geri geri.

Techniques
This technique is used to guard your low, middle zone of the body at the same time from your opponent's kick, Gyaku geri You counterattack geri. with a kick. Apply Juuji uke at the same time. Start. Your opponent offend with geri. Gyaku geri You block it with Juuji uke and Hiza uke. uke You counterattack Prepare for the with a kick. next movement.

Click here to see a stop motion explanation Tips; When you guard with Hiza uke or knee guard, try to prepare for the next movement with the leg used for Hiza uke uke. Speed is the most important for this technique. Try to kick back as soon as you block the kick with Hiza uke uke. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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Introduction to "Kiri nuki"

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Kiri nuki
Kiri nuki works well when an opponent seizes your right (left) wrist with his left (ritgt) hand as illustrated in the right figure. Kiri nuki let your hand escape from his grip. The opponent seizes your wrist by his left hand. Deliver Meuchi Take the guard right away. style Kagite and move to Kiri nuki at once. Turn your wrist counter clockwise as if you cut his thumb by your wrist. When your wrist is set free, counterattack with that hand.

Caution:
Do not try to pull your wrist straight down. Pulling it straight down will end up in "force to force competition".

Tips:
Try to turn your wrist slightly to make the palm face you and use your wrist and arm as if you cut his thumb. After his grip is unlocked turn your parm down and draw your wrist to your body.

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23/06/2009 10:31

Maki gote

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Maki gote
You will learn Maki gote at early stage of learning Shorinji Kempo. Practice this technique as many times as possible to master this most Shorinji Kempo like technique. When your opponent seizes your right (left) wrist with his both hands, take his wrist locked and throw him down. It is also applicable when your opponent seizes your wrist with his left or right hand only.

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Your opponent seizes your right wrist with his both hands.

You take Kagite position and grab his hand with your left hand, and kick.

Putting down your leg forward, push out your right elbow and use your left Boshikyu to lock his right wrist.

Using Two step turn, throw your opponent down.

Kick in body to Prepare to the prevent further next movement. attack.

Tips: Tips Use your left hand's Boshikyu to bend your opponent's right wrist together with your right arm. Push out your right elbow and pull it down to make his right wrist to be locked with the help of your left Boshikyu Boshikyu.

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Maki gote

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Juji nuki

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Ju(u)ji nuki
This technique is used when your opponent seizes your right (left) wrist with his left (right) hand as illustrated in the left figure. It is the same grip as Kiri nuki but Juji nuki, nuki is used when he trys to push the grip toward you. Your opponent seizes your wrist and try to push it forward. You take guard style Kagite with Meuchi . Meuchi. And move to nuki. Juni nuki Lift up your elbow without moving the pivot. Put your elbow Push down your Hit his face to over his arm. elbow near to prevent his your body. further attack.

Tips: First turn your elbow sideways and after your elbow becomes higher than his arm, then push out your elbow over his arm to the position in figure(3), now just pushing down your elbow without moving the pivot will make your wrist free. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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23/06/2009 10:31

Katate oshi gote

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Katate oshigote
This technique is a little bit complicated, but if you can follow your instructor, it can be easily learned. The way your opponent's wrist is locked is same as Gyaku gote it is different gote, in the use of your hands to lock his wrist. Boshikyu. This technique also requires the skill to use your Boshikyu When your opponent seizes your right (left) wrist with his left (right) hand as illustrated in the right, lock his hand using your left hand's Boshikyu and throw him down. He seizes your hand. You deliver Meuchi Attach your left and take kagite hand to his left style. hand from under and hook it to the base of his thumb. Throw him down using your hands as illustrated below. Immobilize him with Kanuki katame. katame

Tips: First twist your right hand clockwise as shown in the left animation and set his grip near to you. Then attach your left hand to the back of his hand from under his hand. Turn your hands clockwise, with your left hand's help pushing the back of his left hand. After your right hand becomes free, put it on to your left hand and now use your both hands to lock his wrist. Because you can use both hands in a way that both hands can cooperate easily, sometimes Oshi gote is easier than Gyaku gote for the beginner. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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23/06/2009 10:45

Gasshou nuki

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Gassho(u) nuki
What it means
The first two character part of is "Gasshou Gasshou", the last one character part is Gasshou pronounced "nuki nuki", meaning "escape". Thus this technique means "escape from your nuki opponent's grip using Gasshou type movement".

Techniques
This technique is basically same to Kiri nuki . It can be said that Kiri nuki applied to both hand is Gasshou nuki. nuki This technique is used when your opponent seizes your both wrists with his both hands.

Start,

You must guard in Kagite position.

Make your both palm slap together and

pull down your hands quickly, turning your palm.

Punch.

Tips: Do not pull down your elbow while pulling down your wrists. Try to use your hand as if cutting your opponent's thumb with it.

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Gasshou nuki

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Ryoute Oshigote

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Ryoute oshigote
What it means
The first two characters part of is pronounced "Ryou te Ryou te", meaning "both hands", and the latter three characters part is pronounced "oshi gote oshi gote", a name of the Shorinji Kempo technique. Thus this technique means "Oshigote in case your Oshigote" Oshigote opponent seizes your both hands.

Techniques
This technique is same to Oshi gote When your opponent seizes your both hands with gote. his both hands, apply this technique. You must fully understand Oshi gote before learning Ryoute oshigote oshigote. When your opponent seizes your both wrists with his both hands, apply the same technique as Oshigote and lock his hand using your left hand's Boshikyu and throw him down.

Your opponent seizes your both hands.

Guard in kagite position.

Attach your left Push your right hand to his left elbow out and lock hand from under his left wrist. and hook it to the base of his thumb.

Lock his wrist completely.

Throw him down after making a space for him to fall down.

Immobilize him with Kanuki katame. katame

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Ryoute Oshigote

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Click here to see stop motion figures of the animation below. Tips: First twist your right hand clockwise as shown in the left animation and set his grip near to you. Then attach your left hand to the back of his hand from under his hand. Turn your hands clockwise, with your left hand's help pushing the back of his left hand. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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23/06/2009 10:45

Sodemaki tembin

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Kirikaeshi nuki
What it means
The first two character part of is pronounced "kiri kaeshi kiri kaeshi", meaning "counter" or "use your opponent's movement in your counterattack", the last one characters part is pronounced "nuki nuki", meaning "escape". Thus this technique means nuki "escape from your opponent's grip in the way that is most fitting to his offense".

Techniques
When your opponent grabs your wrist with his both hands and trys to twist it toward your back, apply nuki. Kirikaeshi nuki Put your left hand forward to let your opponent seize your left hand. When seized, deliver Meuchi and put your left elbow affixed to yous side body. Turn your left hand counterclockwise and make your left palm go over your opponent's left wrist. Push out your left elbow to free your hand seized.

Tips Move your left hand counterclockwise and make sure your left palm go over your opponent's left wrist.

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Sodemaki tembin

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23/06/2009 10:31

Kotemaki gaeshi

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Kotemaki gaeshi
What it means
Kotemaki pronounced "kote The first two characters part of is kote", meaning a wrist or kote a hand, the middle one character part is pronounced "maki maki", meaning wind or rotate, maki the last one character part is pronounced "gaeshi gaeshi", meaning make-it-reverse or a gaeshi counterattack. Thus this technique is a counterattack technique winding up your opponent's hand using your hand seized with your opponent's hand. Please find out the similarity of the technique to " Katate oshi gote and "Sodemaki gaeshi gote" Sodemaki gaeshi".

Techniques
When your opponent seizes your right (left) wrist with his left (right) hand from under your wrist. Lock his hand using your left hand's Boshikyu and throw him down. Your opponent seizes your hand from under your wrist. You deliver Meuchi Attach your left and take kagite hand to his left style. hand from under and hook it to the base of his thumb. Throw him down using your hands as illustrated below.

Continue.

Pull his hand to make him lay down with his back up.

Immobilize him using Kannuki gatame. gatame

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Kotemaki gaeshi

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Click here to see stop motion figures of the animation below. Tips: Attach your left hand to the back of his hand from under his hand and pull his hand a little and make a space under your palm. Turn your hands clockwise, with your left hand's help pushing the back of his left hand.

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Sodemaki tembin

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Sankaku nuki
What it means
The first two characters part of is pronounced "Sankaku Sankaku", meaning "a Sankaku triangle" and the last one character part is pronounced "nuki nuki", meaning "escape or nuki unlock". Thus this technique means "guard your arm with Sankaku guard position and unlock his grip". Sanakaku guard position is named because your arm makes a triangle.

Techniques
When your opponent grips your hand with his both hands and try to twist your arm to your back, use this technique. First guard your arm with Sankaku guard position and then apply this Sankaku nuki nuki. Put your right let your Push out your hand forward to opponent seize elbow and push it. When seized, it down. take Sankaku guard position. Deliver your elbow to your opponent's body.

Tips Click here to see Use your arm as if stop motion figures you cut your opponent's of the animation thumb down. below.

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23/06/2009 10:32

Sodemaki tembin

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23/06/2009 10:32

Morote Juji nuki

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Morote Ju(u)ji gote
What it means
The first two characters part of is pronounced "Moro te Moro te", meaning "both hands", the last four characters part is pronounced "Jujigote Jujigote", a name of Shorinji Jujigote Kempo technique. Thus this technique means "Juuji gote applicable in case your Juuji opponent seizes your hand with his both hands.

Techniques
This technique is used when your opponent seizes your wrist with his both hands. The principle of escaping is same as Juji gote gote. Your opponent seizes your wrist with his both hands and try to push it forward. You take Kagite guard position and deliver Meuchi. Meuchi Attach your Turn your hands left hand to counterclockwise. your opponent's left hand.

Use your both Push down your hands to make elbow near to your opponent your body. immobilized.

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Morote Juji nuki

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Click here to see stop motion figures of the animation below. Tips: First turn your elbow up and after your elbow becomes higher than his arm, then push out your elbow over his arm. Do not try to pull your wrist.

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Ryoute Yorinuki

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Ryo(u)te Okuri gote
What it means
The first one character part of is pronounced "Ryou Ryou", meaning "both", the Ryou next one characters part is pronounced "te te", meaning "a hand", and the last three te characters part is pronounced "okurigote okurigote", a name of one of the Shorinji Kempo okurigote technique. Thus this technique means "Okurigote applied when your opponent seizes Okurigote your both hands ". This is a variation of "Okurigote Okurigote". Okurigote

Techniques
Ryoute Okuri gote is used when both your hands are seized with your opponent's both hands. Practice Katate Okuri gote before you try this technique. Okuri gote is applicable when he seized your hand as shown in the right Fig. Your opponent Guard in Kagite Apply Yorinuki seizes your both position. to your right hand. hand. Apply meuchi with your right hand.

Apply Okuri gote to your left hand.

Tightly hold Use your right your opponent's hand in the same kick in his hand with your way as Katate body. right gote. Okuri gote Boshikyuu. Boshikyuu

<Tips> You may use Maki nuki to free your hand instead of Yori nuki depending on the situation. Do not pull your hand toward you when you try Yori nuki. nuki Keep your hands low and close your body when locking your opponent's hand with Okuri gote gote. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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23/06/2009 10:32

Uchiage geri

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Uchi age duki (Uchi age zuki)
This technique is a very fundamental one, practice as many time as possible so that your body moves automatically. When your opponent try to hit your head or face, guard it with Uchiage uke, uke and counterattack with middle punch. Try as many variation as possible. Start in left chuudan. chuudan You guard your face with Uchiage uke against your opponent's upper punch. Counterattack with your middle punch. Right upper punch.

Tips Uchiage uke is one of the quickest guard of Shorinji Kempo. Try as many times as possible with variations. When practicing Uchiage uke try to raise uke, your elbow first. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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Okuri Yokotembin

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Okuri yoko tenbin (Okuri yoko tembin)
What it means
The first one character part of is pronounced "okuri okuri", meaning "deliver or okuri

send". However, it is easier to understand that it takes a part of Okurigote , a Shorinji Kempo technique. The second one character part is pronounced "yoko yoko", yoko meaning "side", and the last two characters part is pronounced "tembin tembin", a name of tembin the critical point at the arm joint. Thus this technique means "Apply tembin press technique , that is, push your opponent's arm sideways, actually downward, at the critical spot "tembin in case your Okurigote technique does not work well. tembin" tembin

Techniques
When your Okurigote technique does not work well, use this technique to lock his arm and throw him down.

You (right) put your Your opponent (left) You take Kagite right hand forward to seizes your right guard position and let your opponent wrist. deliver Meuchi Meuchi. seize it.

Attach your left hand to your opponent's left hand and,

apply Okuri gote. But assume your opponent's wrist is too strong to be locked.

Strike your opponent's left arm joint down and push up your left hand.

Turn your body Deliver your left counterclockwise punch to his face. and throw him down.

TIPS: Use your left Boshikyu in the same way as Katate okurigote and keep your left arm in Kagite angle. And attach your right arm at his left Tembin critical point and push it downward to make him down.

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Okuri Yokotembin

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23/06/2009 10:32

Jujigote

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Ju(u)ji gote
Juji gote is used in the situation that your opponent seizes your hand from under your wrist. This technique uses "S character shape locking" same as Katamuna otoshi otoshi. You put your right hands upright position so that your opponent easily seizes your hand. You guard in Kagite position so that he can not take any advantage and apply meuchi meuchi. Turn your left hand over his wrist and attach your left palm on to the back of his hand. Turn your both hands counterclockwise and put your right elbow over his left elbow and bend his arm in "S" shape.

Pull down and control him.

Hit sanmai to prevent his further attack.

Prepare for the next movement.

Tips Attach your left hand so that he may escape away. Turn your right elbow to the position over your opponent's right elbow. Use your left Boshikyu to suppress his left hand. Try to make S character shape figure with his right hand. Use your right elbow to bend his left arm to make S character shape. Juji gote never works if his arm is not bent in S character shape. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on

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Jujigote

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this site.

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Uchiage geri

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Uchiage geri
This technique is a very fundamental one, practice as many time as possible so that your body moves automatically. When your opponent try to hit your head or face, guard it with Uchiage uke, uke and counterattack with a kick. Try as many variation as possible. Your opponent is going to hit your face with his left hand. You guard your face with Uchiage uke and counterattack with a right kick. Prepare for the next movement.

Tips Uchiage uke is one of the quickest guard of Shorinji Kempo. Try as many times as possible with variations. When practicing Uchiage uke try to raise uke, your elbow first. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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Ryaku juji gote

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Ryaku ju(u)ji gote
What it means
The first one character part of is pronounced "Ryaku Ryaku", meaning "simple Ryaku or not-in-the-strict-way", the next two characters part is pronounced "juji juji", juji meaning "a cross" and the last two characters part is pronounced "gote gote", meaning gote "hand or wrist". Thus this technique means "lock your opponent's hand in the same way as Juji gote , but in much simpler way". This is a variation of "Juji gote Juji gote".

Techniques
Ryaku jujigote is used when your left(right) hand is seized with your opponent's right(left) hand. Practice Juji gote before you try this technique. Start. Your opponent seizes your left hand with his right hand. Attach your right hand on to his right hand's back. Push out your left elbow to bend his arm in "S" shape.

Push down your left elbow and lift up your right elbow.

Kick to prevent Prepare for the his further next movement. attack.

Tips Push out your right elbow to lock Click here to his right hand. see stop motion figures of the animation below.

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Ryaku juji gote

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Your right hand must be kept in the figure shown left. This will help you to make his arm bent in "S" shape.

If your right hand is rather straight, this technique will not work effectively.

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Explore techniques "Kannuki gatame"

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Kannuki gatame
Kannuki gatame is a technique to lock an opponent's wrist as shown in the right Fig..

It is important to use your left Boshikyu Boshikyu. Ask your instructor for better understanding.

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Jujigote

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Ryo(u)te Ju(u)ji gote
Ryoute Juuji gote is used in the situation that your opponent seizes your both hand from under your wrist. This technique uses "S character shape locking" same as Katamuna otoshi. otoshi You can apply this technique in case your wrist is seized by one hand. You put your both hands upright position so that your opponent easily seizes your both hands. You guard in Kagite position so that he can not take any advantage. Because your both hands are not free, use a kick for atemi. atemi Turn your right hand counterclockwise attaching your left hand on to his left hand.

Put your right elbow over his left elbow Pull down and and turn your left hand in the direction control him. of your right tumb is pointing.

Hit sanmai to Prepare for the next prevent his further movement. attack.

Tips Turn your right elbow to the position over your opponent's right elbow. Attach your left hand so that he may escape away. Use your left Boshikyu to suppress his left hand. Try to make S character shape figure with his right hand. Use your right elbow to bend his left arm to make S character shape. Juuji gote never works if his arm is not bent in S character shape.

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Jujigote

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Kirigote

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Kiri gote
What it means
The first one character part of is pronounced "Kiri Kiri", meaning "cut" and the Kiri last one character part is pronounced "gote in this case, it is also pronounced gote" gote "kote kote", meaning "wrist or back of a hand". Thus this technique means "lock your kote opponent's wrist in the way such as cutting it with your hand".

Techniques
This technique is used in case your opponent seizes your right (left) hand with his right (left) hand to twist your hand into your back. Guard in Kagite position and lock his arm in "S" shape.

Your opponent seizes your right hand with his right hand to twist it into your back.

You deliver And guard in Meuchi Kagiteposition. Meuch i and Kagite turn your right hand clockwise.

Attach your left hand from under his right hand so that it may not slip away. Turn your right hand vertically to make his arm "S" shape.

Lock his arm in "S" shape and kick to prevent his further attack..

<Tips> When you succeed to turn your opponent's hand in the position shown in the middle of the left upper Fig, attach your left hand with its palm facing up to his hand. You have to make "S" shape with his hand and arm to effectively apply this technique.

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Kirigote

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How to use your left hand.

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Kaishin duki

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Kaishin duki
What it means
The first two character part of is pronounced "Kaishin Kaishin", one of the Shorinji Kaishin Kempo's moving technique, meaning "open space in front of your body" and the last one character part is pronounced "zuki zuki", meaning "a punch". Thus this technique means zuki "counterattack with a punch while dodging your opponent's punch by shifting aside".

Techniques
This technique is base on the body maneuvering technique to make your opponent' punch miss your face or body. Counterattack with a punch.Try many variations. Your opponent You step aside tries to throw a widely to make punch, his punch miss your body. Counterattack with a right upper punch Follow with left duki, kumade duki palm punch.

<Tips> Make sure your opponent's punch does not hit you even if you do not guard with your hand, that is, step aside enough to make such safe positioning. Try as many times as you can to achieve smooth movement.

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Kaishin duki

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Explore techniques "Ura gatame"

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Ura gatame
Ura gatame is a technique to lock an opponent's arm and shoulder as shown in the right Fig..

Use your boshikyu and your abdomen to press and lock your opponent's arm. Try to stretch your opponent's arm so that this technique works well. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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Hangetsu geri

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Hangetsu geri
What it means
The first two characters part of is pronounced "hangetsu hangetsu", meaning the half hangetsu moon and , the last one character part is pronounced "geri geri", meaning "a kick". geri hangetsu comes from the shape of your hand used in the guard phase of Hangetsu geri. geri Thus this technique means "guard with your hand forming the half moon shape and counterattack with a kick.

Techniques
When your opponent try to punch your face,you guard your face with Hangetsu uke and counterattack with a kick. Try left/right, open/close positions as many variations as possible. Satrt. Your opponent try Make sure that to punch your you guard your face. face with uke. Hangetsu uke And pull down your opponent's hand. Counterattack with a kick.

TIPS: Make sure your right Click here to hand used for guard see stop motion hooked to your opponent's figures of the hand and force your animation below. opponent in unstable position.

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Hangetsu geri

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juuji gatame

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Ju(u)ji gatame
What it means
The first two characters part of sounds "Juuji which means that this Juuji" Juuji technique is used in combination with such as "Eri juuji or "Juuji gote Eri juuji" Juuji gote". The last one character sounds "gatame gatame", meaning "Lock" or "make something unable to move". gatame Thus, this technique is used right after Eri juuji or Juuji gote and instead of let your opponent go away but make him unable to move or run by locking his hand.

Techniques
gatameis applicable right Juuji gatame after Eri juuji or Juuji gote This gote. technique take your opponnet down as shown in the right animation. Apply Juuji gote or Eri juuji, juuji and take him down with Juuji gatame. gatame

(note 1) Make sure that his arm makes S shape. Tips: You have to learn how to make "S" figure shown below when learning Eri juji or Juuji gote After you make gote. his hand and arm "S" figure, turn his palm counterclockwise as shown below. Use Boshikyuu when turning his palm.

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juuji gatame

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Gedan gaeshi

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Gedan gaeshi
What it means
The first two characters part of is pronounced "gedan gedan", meaning "low" and the gedan last one character part is pronounced "gaeshi gaeshi", meaning "a counterattack or return". gaeshi Thus this technique means "Counter attack against your opponent's lower kick (actually a middle kick) with a kick".

Techniques
This technique is used, when your opponent kick your body , to block it with Harai uke and kick back.

The counter kick in the above animation is corrected from left middle kick (wrong) to right middle kick (correct). (03.02.08) Let your opponent tries to kick your body. Your opponent tries to kick your body with Sashikomi geri.. geri You guard his Prepare for kick with Uchi next movement. uke, harai uke and counterattack with your right middle kick.

<Tips> Speed is essential for this technique. Practice as many times as you can to achieve smooth movement.

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Gedan gaeshi

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Tukiten san

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Soto uke duki (Soto uke zuki)
This technique is used, when your opponent has thrown upper punch to your face, to counterattack them with your punches and kick. Your opponent You dodge and tries to throw guard it with a punch to your Soto uke uke. face. Throw a middle punch while guarding your face with Soto uke. uke Upper punch. And a kick, three consecutive counterattack, renkou. san renkou

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Chudan gaeshi

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Counterattack against middle kick with kick. Speed is the key factor for this technique.

You try to make He trys to kick your opponent your middle. kick your body by setting your guard loose.

Preparing for the counterattack, you guard your body with Shita uke.

At the same Step back and time with Shita prepare for the uke, next movement. uke counterattack with your high kick, or middle kick.

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Sotouke geri

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Soto uke geri
This technique is used, when your opponent has thrown upper punch to your face, to counterattack with a kick. Ready. Your opponent You guard your Counterattack tries to throw face with Soto with a kick. a punch to your uke uke. face.

<Tips> Speed is essential for this technique. The animation above makes several stopping for better understanding. Practice as many times as you can to achieve smooth movement. Try left and right also. You may use Kumo ashi sagari after the kick as shown below.

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Soto oshi uke duki

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Soto oshi uke duki
What it means
The first one character part of is pronounced "Soto Soto", meaning "out or Soto outside" and the next two characters part is pronounced "oshi uke oshi uke", meaning "push guard". And the last one character part is pronounced "zuki zuki", meaning "a punch". zuki Thus this technique means "counterattack with a punch while guarding with Soto oshi uke, uke or outside push guard.

Techniques
This technique is used, when your opponent has thrown furi duki or a duki, swing punch to your face, to counterattack it with a punch. Soto oshi uke is used to guard your face against your opponent's furi duki duki. Your opponent You step forward Counterattack tries to throw a and guard it with a right punch, Furi with Soto oshi middle punch duki, uke. duki to your uke face. Follow with left duki, kumade duki palm punch.

<Tips> Since furi duki is a powerful swing punch, you have to use your body movement to prevent it hitting your face. Practice as many times as you can to achieve smooth movement.

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Soto oshi uke duki

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Explore techniques "Gyaku tensin geri"

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Gyaku tenshin geri
What it means
The first one character part of is pronounced "gyaku gyaku", meaning "reverse", gyaku and the middle two characters part is pronounced "tenshin tenshin", meaning "shift a body" tenshin in Shorinji kempo, and "gyaku tenshin is a name of the Shorinji Kempo technique of gyaku tenshin" shifting your body to make your opponent's punch or kick miss your body, and the last one character part is pronounced "geri meaning "a kick". Thus this technique means geri" geri "Gurad your body with tenshin shifting-body technique and counter attack with a kick".

Techniques
Gyaku tenshin geri is used to counterattack your opponent's punch. Use Gyaku tenshin to dodge the punch and counterattack with kick. You stand with Your opponent Hassogamae step forward Hasso gamae guard position. and punch in your body. You dodge it with Gyaku tenshin. Guarding your Prepare for the body with Shita next movement. uke, uke counterattack with Mawashi geri. geri

<Tipps> Be sure to dodge the punch with Gyaku tenshin and prepare for counterattack with kick at once.

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Technique explanation Keriten1

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Keriten ichi
This technique is used to counterattack your opponent's sequence of punch and kick, mawashi geri, geri with your kick and throw him with sukui nage nage. Ready. You step forward to Your opponent trys to dodge his punch and punch in your face with gyaku duki duki. guard your face with Guard your body with right hand soto uke uchi harai uke uke. against your opponent's mawashi geri and hold his leg.

Counterattack with a kick.

Stepping forward your Throw him with sukui leg used to kick, nage. nage

Prepare for the nest movement.

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Tsukiten ni

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Tsukiten ni
What it means
The first one character part of is pronounced "Tsuki Tsuki", meaning "punch" and Tsuki the middle one character part is pronounced "ten ten", meaning "sky, upper or heavn". ten And the last one character part is pronounced "ni ni", meaning "two or second". ni In Shorinji Kempo, tsuki ten is a name of the group technique of Tennou ken ken, Thus this technique means "A second technique of Tsuki ten group technique".

Techniques
This technique is used, when your opponent has thrown consecutive punches to your face, to counterattack them with your kick. Your opponent tries to throw his left punch to your face. You sway and guard it with Uchiage uke. uke He throws a Counterattack punch to your with your right face with his kick. right hand. You guard it with Uchi otoshi uke. uke

<Tips> Speed is essential for this technique. Practice as many times as you can to achieve smooth movement.

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Tsukiten ni

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Explore the technique "Hangetu gaeshi"

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Hangetu gaeshi
What it means
The first two characters part of is pronounced "Hangetu Hangetu", meaning "half Hangetu moon" and the last one character part is pronounced "gaeshi gaeshi", meaning gaeshi "counter" or "return". This technique is given the name because it uses "Hangetu uke as a defenc technique. Hangetu uke" "Hangetu uke is named so because the Hangetu uke" shape of your palm in Hangetu uke looks like a half moon as shown in the left figure.

Techniques
When your opponent try to hit your face, You guard your face with Hangetu uke and counterattack his face with your hand just used for Hangetu uke Block his following uke. punch by pressing your hand onto his hand at the same time. Let your opponent try to hit your face by making your upper guard absent. You are supposed to be in Midare gamae. gamae Your opponent trys to punch your face. You block it with Hangetu uke uke. At the same time, use your left open hand to block your opponent's middle punch.

Punch with kumade. kumade

Middle kick.

Prepare for next movement.

Tips: Without speed this technique works wrong giving your opponent a chance to deliver a following punch. Use your left hand, press it onto your opponent's left forearm, so that he will not be able to initiate

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Explore the technique "Hangetu gaeshi"

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his right punch.

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Haraiuke danduki

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Harai uke danduki
What it means
The first two characters part of is pronounced "Harai uke Harai uke", one of the Shorinji Kempo's guard technique, meaning "sweep guard" and the last two characters part is pronounced "dan zuki dan zuki", meaning "a consequential punch". In Shorinji Kempo, dan duki is a technique using the same hand used just before, such as conseqtive punches using the same hand or "guard with one hand and punch with the same hand", Thus this technique means "Use harai uke against your opponent's kick, and counterattack with a punch using the same hand just used for harai uke uke".

Techniques
Apply harai uke against your opponent's kick and deliver uraken with the same hand used for harai uke. uke Smooth and quick movement is essential. You start from gamae. Ichiji gamae Your opponent You guard your steps forward body with harai and try mawashi uke uke. geri. geri Step your right foot forward and counterattack with right uraken. uraken

Follow with left middle punch.

Step forward and deriver right punch.

Right side kick.

Prepare for next movement.

<Tips> Speed is essential for this technique. Practice as many times as you can to achieve smooth movement.

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Haraiuke danduki

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Suigetsu gaeshi

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Suigetsu gaeshi
What it means
The first two characters part of is pronounced "Suigetsu Suigetsu", a name of a Suigetsu critical point in a body, the last one character part is pronounced "gaeshi gaeshi", gaeshi meaning "counterattack". Thus this technique means "Counterattack into your opponent's body at Suigetsu critical point.

Techniques
When your opponent try to hit your face, You guard your face with Uchi uke and step aside in front to counterattack his body with your hiraken. hiraken Block and counterattack must go almost at the same time. Let your opponent Your opponent try to hit your tries to punch face by making your face. your upper guard absent. You block it with Strike his body uke. at Suigetsu Uchi uke critical point with your right hiraken swing punch.

Draw your right hand to your opponent's back and hit his neck with it.

Push him down with your both hands.

Prepare for the next movement.

Tips: Do not wait a moment after Uchi uke Without uke. speed this technique works wrong giving your opponent a chance to deliver a following punch.

Click here to see a stop motion illustration of gaeshi. Suigetsu gaeshi

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Suigetsu gaeshi

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Explore the technique "Mikaduki gaeshi"

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Mikaduki gaeshi (Mikazuki gaeshi)
What it means
The first three characters part of is pronounced "mikazuki mikazuki", a name of the mikazuki critical point in your face, the last one character part is pronounced "gaeshi gaeshi", gaeshi meaning "a counterattack". Thus this technique means "counter attack at your opponent's Mikaduki critical point.

Techniques
When your opponent try to hit your face, You guard your face with left (right) Uchi uke and step forward in 45 degree of angle to counterattack his face at Mikaduki critical point with your right (left) Hira ken kenswing punch. Block and counterattack must go almost at the same time. Let your opponent(right) try to hit your face by making your upper guard absent. Your opponent tries to punch your face with his right hand. You block it with uke. Uchi uke Push down his right hand with your left hand ( Kake te uke ) Hit his face at Mikaduki with your right hira kenswing punch. ken

With your right Shutou hit his neck at Keichuu critical point.

Kich with your right foot.

Pull back with Prepare for the kumoashi sagari. next movement. sagari

Tips: Do not wait a moment after Uchi uke. Without speed this technique works wrong giving your opponent a chance to deliver a following punch.

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Explore the technique "Mikaduki gaeshi"

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Jungeri chi ichi

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Jungeri chi ichi
Jungeri chi ichi(1) is a technique used to counterattack your opponent by a kick when he has attacked you with his low kick. Start, Your opponent steps forward and draw your attention to his hand. You guard his kick with Ken uke, uke "fist guard". Counterattack with a kick.

Upper punch.

Middle punch.

Prepare for next movement.

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Gyakugeri chi ichi

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Gyakugeri chi ichi
What it means
The first two characters part of is pronounced "gyaku geri gyaku geri", a name of the Shorinji Kempo technique, the middle one character part is pronounced "chi chi", chi meaning "ground", and the last one character is pronounced "ichi ichi", meaning "one or ichi first". Thus this technique means "Guard against your opponent's gyaku geri low kick at your kinteki critical point and counterattack with a kick".

Techniques
Gyakugeri chi ichi(1) is a technique used to counterattack your opponent by a kick when he attacks you with his low kick at kinteki critical point. The differnce with Jungeri chi ichi is that your opponent's kick is gyaku geri in case of Gyakugeri chi ichi while in case of Jungeri chi ichi it is jun geri. geri You(right) stand Your opponent with your right steps forward and foot forward. draw your attention to his hand. You guard his Counterattack kick with Ken with a kick. uke, uke "fist guard".

Upper punch.

Middle punch.

Prepare for next movement.

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Explore techniques "Fukko chi 2"

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Fukko chi ni
Fukko chi ni is used when you are sitting down and your opponent tries to kick and punch in your face.

You are sitting down and your opponent stands upright.

He walks towards you and tries to kick your face with mawashi geri. geri Guard it with your right hand.

Guard your face with uchi uke against the following punch in your face.

Counterattack with your right hand punch.

Stand up using your left hand to hook up his left leg to throw him down.

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Haraiuke chi ni

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Harai uke chi ni
What it means
The first two characters part of is pronounced "harai uke harai uke", a name of the Shorinji Kempo defense technique, the middle one character part is pronounced "chi chi", chi meaning "ground" and the last one character is pronounced "ni ni", meaning "two or ni second". Thus this technique means "Second classification of counterattack technique against your opponent' kick, guard with harai uke uke".

Techniques
This is a technique used to counterattack your opponent by a punch when he has attacked you with his middle mawachi geri geri. You (right) stand Your opponent in Kesshu gamae. comes close to gamae you and try to deliver left mawashi geri to your body. You step aside with your left foot and guard your body with uke. uchi harai uke Your opponent step forward with his left foot, and delivers right upper punch. You turn your body a little and gurad your face with uke. uchi uke

You strike your opponent's body with your right middle ;unch.

Prepare for next movement.

Tips; Use your hip's turning power to guard against your opponent's mawashi geri When geri. guarding with uchi harai uke your arm mast uke, be bent a little to avoid possible injury at your elbow joint.

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Haraiuke chi ni

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Jungeri chi san

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Jungeri chi san
Jungeri chi san(3) is a technique used to counterattack your opponent by a kick when he has attacked you with his kick followed by upper blow and middle punch. Start, your opponent You guard his steps forward to kick with kick you. Uniharai uke, "wipe off guard". Guard upper blow following the kick with Uwauke. Uwauke Use Shitauke to guard succeeding middle punch and counterattack with kick.

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23/06/2009 10:54

Sokutou geri hikiashi nami kaeshi

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Sokutou geri hiki ashi nami gaeshi
What it means
The first three characters part of is pronounced "Sokutou geri Sokutou geri", a side kick, the middle two characters part is pronounced "hiki ashi hiki ashi", meaning "withdraw a foot", the next one character part is pronounced "nami nami", meaning "wave". nami and the last one character part is pronounced "gaeshi gaeshi", meaning "counterattack". gaeshi Thus this technique means "Guard against Sokutou kick by withdrawing your foot and counterattack like wave coming back and forth.

Techniques
When your opponent tries to kick your nee with Sokutou kick, guard your foot by withdrawing it and counterattack with a kick. Put your right leg forward to let your opponent kick your leg. Your opponent kick at your right knee with Sokutou kick. Withdraw your and counterattack right foot to with your right escape from your kick at onece. opponent's kick,

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23/06/2009 10:54

Dangeri sanbouke namikaeshi

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Dangeri sanbouke dangerigaeshi
This technique is used to guard your low, middle and upper zone of the body at the same time from your opponent's Dangeri kick. Sanbou uke means defending three zones at the same time. Your opponent steps in to kick your lower body and you guard with Hiza uke, uke knee guard. He tries to kick in your face and you guard your upper body with uke. Sanbou uke Without putting Middle kick. down your leg, counterattack with your kick.

Tips: When you guard with Sanbou uke uke, try to prepare for the next movement, Dangeri. Dangeri Speed is the most important for this technique. Dangeri is a technique kicking twice using the same leg without putting down the leg used for the first kick. Because the second kick is started while you are standing on one foot, you have to use the momentum of pulling back your leg from the first kick and the power generated by twisting your waist to start the second kick. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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Tuki nuki

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Tsuki nuki
What it means
The first one character part of is pronounced "Tsuki Tsuki", meaning "push or punch", Tsuki the last one character part is pronounced "nuki nuki", meaning "escape or unlock". Thus nuki this technique means "unlock your opponent's grip by pushing down your hand".

Techniques
When hand in a Yori your opponent push down your after griping your wrist to put situation that you can not use nuki, nuki try this technique.

The animation above shows a case that your opponent grips your both hands. In this case, use Tsuki nuki for your front hand and apply Yori nuki for another hand. There are many variation such as your opponent grips your right hand with his right hand, or with his both hands. Try as many variations as possible. Put your both let your hands forward to opponent seize your hands. Twist your hand Deliver your and push out elbow to your your elbow and opponent's body. push down your hand.

Tips Move your hand as if you cut your opponent's thumb holding your wrist. Twist your hand and push out your elbow.

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Tuki nuki

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Introduction to Morote maki nuki

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Morote maki nuki
What it means
The first two characters part of is pronounced "Moro te Moro te", meaning "both hands", the last two characters part is pronounced "maki nuki maki nuki", a name of the Shorinji Kempo technique. Thus this technique means "a variation of Maki nuki in case your opponent seizes your hand with his both hands".

Techniques
A variation of Maki nuki applicable nuki, when your opponent seizes your right (left) wrist with his both hands.

Your opponent seizes your right wrist with his both hands.

You turn your right hand counterclockwise and make your right hand go outside.

Take kagite guard position and deliver meuchi. meuchi

Push our your right elbow and turn your right hand counterclockwise.

Deliver uraken Middle punch. punch into his face.

Prepare for the next movement.

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Introduction to Morote maki nuki

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Click here to see stop motion figures of the animation below. Tips: Make sure that in kagite position, your right hand is outside of your opponent. Then push out your elbow counterclockwise. Do not move the pivot while pushing out your elbow.

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Morote oshi nuki

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Morote oshi nuki
What it means
The first two characters part of is pronounced "morote morote", meaning "both morote hands",and the last two characters part is pronounced "Oshi nuki Oshi nuki", a name of Shorinji Kempo technique. Thus this technique means "Oshi nuki applicable in case Oshi your opponent seizes your hand with his both hands".

Techniques
This techniqe is a variation of Oshi nuki When nuki. your opponent seizes your right ( left ) hand with his both hands and try to twist your hand clockwise ( counterclockwise ), apply this techniqe. Your opponent( right) seizes your right hand with his both hands. You take kagite guard position and deliver meuchi. meuchi Attach your left hand to your right hand push it out through your opponent's hands. Turn your right elbow forward so that it hits your opponent's arm.

hit your With your right opponent's neck Prepare for the arm at the critical next movement. point.

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23/06/2009 10:56

Morote oshi nuki

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Click here to see stop motion figures of the animation below. <TIPS> Your opponent will try to twist your hand clockwise to take Gyaku tembin . Use his power to twist your hand and turn your right palm up and step forward to take kagite guard position. Attach your left hand to your right hand and push it our through your opponent's hands. And then turn your right palm counterclockwise 90 degree of angle. Push out forward your right elbow to free your right wrist from your opponent's grip. Your elbow shall draw vertical circle and your wrist must not be moved while pushing out your elbow. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 2004, 2005 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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23/06/2009 10:56

morote wa nuki

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Morote wa nuki
What it means
The first two character part of is pronounced "Moro Moro te", meaning "both hands", the middle one character is te pronounced "wa wa", meaning "circle" and the last one character wa is pronounced "nuki meaning "escape" or "unlock". Thus this nuki" nuki technique means "Free your hand from your opponent's both hands forming a circle ". See the left Fig.

Techniques
This technique is same a combination of Yori nuki. nuki and Kote nuki This technique is applicable when your opponent seizes your right ( left ) hand with his both hand and tries to twist your hand to your back. Your opponent Let your tries to twist opponent seize your right hand your right hand. to your back. Attach your left Guard in Kagite hand to your position and right finger deliver Meuchi Meuchi. top.

Push out your right elbow.

Upper punch.

Reced with Shita Prepare for the uke. next movemant. uke

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morote wa nuki

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<Tips> Apply yori nuki to your opponent's left hand and kote nuki to the right hand respectivly, but at the same time. When your right hand has difficulty to unlock your opponent' left grip, turn your right palm to your chest a little. Ask your instructer for the tips.

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23/06/2009 10:56

Sodemaki tembin

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Uchi nuki
What it means
The first one character part of is pronounced "Uchi Uchi", meaning "hit or strike", Uchi the last one character part is pronounced "nuki nuki", meaning "escape or slip away". nuki Thus this technique means "when sezeid your hand, hit his wrist and escape".

Techniques
When your opponent seizes your hand, hit the critical point on his wrist with your Choji in the other hand and escape from the grip. Put your right let your hand forward to opponent seize your right wrist. You deliver Make the Choji Meuchi with the in your left left hand. hand aim at your opponent's critical point in his left wrist.

Strike it with your Choji Choji.

Hit your opponent's face with your left Uraken. Uraken

Tips Ask your instructor about Click here to see Choji and the stop motion figures of critical point the animation below. in the wrist.

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23/06/2009 10:57

Sodemaki tembin

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Morote Gyakugote

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Morote gyaku gote
What it means
The first two characters part of is pronounced "Moro te Moro te", meaning "both hands", the last three characters are pronounced "Gyaku gote Gyaku gote", a name of Shorinji Kempo's technique. Thus this technique means "Gyaku gote applicable when your Gyaku opponent seizes your hand with his both hands.

Techniques
When your opponent seizes your right (left) wrist with his right (left) hand like the grip same as Kote nuki take his nuki, wrist locked and throw him down.

He seizes your You right wrist with deliverMeuchi Meuchi his both hands. and take Kagite style.

Hook your left hand to his right hand and make your wrist free from his grip.

Use your Boshikyu to lock his right hand.

Use Nisoku tenkai to throw him down.

immobilize him by applying Yubi gatame.

Tips: Because your opponent seizes your hand with his both hands, you have to apply this technique correctly. Unless you can apply morote wa nuki properly, you will not be able to free your hand nor apply morote gyaku gote gote. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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Gasshou gyakugote

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Gasshou gyaku gote
What it means
The first two character part of is pronounced "Gasshou Gasshou", meaning "put Gasshou palms together", the last three characters part is pronounced "Gyakugote Gyakugote", a name of Gyakugote the Shorinji kempo juho techniques. Thus this technique means "Throwing technique similar to Gyaku gote but you attach your palm onto your opponent's palm". gote,

Techniques
This technique each other. In Gasshou gyaku Nisoku tenkai is similar to Gyaku gote However locking way is absolutely different gote. gote, Gyaku gote your opponent's wrist is bend inside, however, in gote, gote your opponent's wrist is bend outside. technique used in Gasshou gyaku gote is same to that of Gyaku got gote.

When your opponent seizes your right (left) wrist with his right (left) hand like the nuki, grip same as Kote nuki take his wrist locked and throw him down.

He seizes your wrist.

You Hook your left deliverMeuchi hand to his hand Meuchi and take Kagite and style.

Use your Boshikyu to lock his hand as shown in the tips bellow.

Use Nisoku tenkai to throw and him down.

immobilize him by applying Tachi gasshou gatame. gatame

Tips;Attach your left hand as shown Tips; below. Push his boshikyuu with your boshikyuu and turn his hand counterclockwise

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Gasshou gyakugote

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Gyaku Gasshou nage

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Gyaku gassho(u) nage
What it means
The first one character part of is pronounced "gyaku gyaku", meaning "reverse", gyaku the middle two characters part is pronounced "gasshou gasshou", meaning palm to palm gasshou grapple, and the last one character part is pronounced "nage nage", meaning "throw". Thus nage this technique means "Throwing technique similar to Gyaku gote which shall be gote, applied when your hand is seized palm to palm position like arm wrestling".

Techniques
This technique is similar to Gyaku gote However it is applicable when your opponent gote. seizes your hand in the same way as arm wrestling. gote. Nisoku tenkai technique used in Gyaku gasshou nage is same to that of Gyaku gote When your opponent seizes your right (left) hand with his right (left) hand like the grip same as arm wrestling, take his hand and lock it, and throw him down. He seizes your hand, as if playing arm wrestling. You deliverMeuchi Hook your left Meuchi and take Kagite hand to his hand style. and Use your Boshikyu to lock his hand as shown in the tips bellow.

Use Nisoku tenkai to throw him down.

and

immobilize him by applying Tachi gatame. gasshou gatame

Tips;Attach your left hand as shown below. Push the back of his hand Tips; with your boshikyuu and turn his hand counterclockwise

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Gyaku Gasshou nage

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Nigiri kaeshi

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Nigiri kaeshi
What it means
The first one character part of is pronounced "Nigiri Nigiri", meaning "grasp", the Nigiri last one characters part is pronounced "kaeshi kaeshi", meaning "return" or kaeshi "counterattack", The first one character can make with the character meaning

"hand", this means "shake hands". Thus this technique means "lock your opponent's hand in the situation such as griping each other's hand in shaking hand form".

Techniques
This technique is a kind of a variation of Gyaku gote The differnce is starting gote. position, this technique is rather an offensive technique while Gyaku gote is a defensive technique. Basic principles are same to Gyaku gote therefore you will gote, feel easy to master this technique if you have had good training in Gyaku gote gote. Start in shaking hands position, take your opponent's wrist with your left hand and lock it in the same way as Gyaku gote gote.

Start in shaking hands position.

You deliverMeuchi Meuchi and make your opponent's arm stretched.

Hook your left hand to his hand and

use your Use Nisoku immobilize him Boshikyu to lock his hand tenkai to throw by applying as shown in the him down. gatame. Yubi gatame tips bellow.

Tips: Use your left hand's Boshikyu to bend his wrist together with the help of your right hand.

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Nigiri kaeshi

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You must place the grip near to your body. Push out your left elbow to make his right elbow come close to you in the same way as Gyaku gote. gote

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Gyakute nage

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Gyakute nage
What it means
The first one character of is pronounced "gyaku gyaku", meaning "reverse" , the gyaku middle one character is pronounced "te te", meaning "a hand" and the last one character te is pronounced "nage nage", meaning "a throw". Thus this technique means "lock your nage opponent's hand in reverse and throw him down.

Techniques
This technique is a variation of Gyaku gote gote. When you apply Gyaku gote to your opponent and it is very hard to take him down with Gyaku gote, gote apply this technique as soon as you feel difficulty to take him down with Gyaku gote gote. Your opponent seizes your right wrist with his right hand. You Apply Gyaku gote. deliverMeuchi Meuchi gote and take Kagite style. Apply Gyaku gote. gote (continue) As soon as you find difficulty to take him down,

Make your right hand go under his right hand and

hook it onto your opponent's back of the right hand.

Lock his hand with your both hands and turn your body to make a space to take him down.

Apply Yubi gatame. gatame

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Gyakute nage

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Click here to see stop motion figures of the animation below.

Tips: Do not hesitate to apply this technique whenever you find difficulty in taking down your opponent.

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Kote nage

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Kote nage
What it means
The first two characters part of is pronounced "Kote Kote", meaning " a wrist", Kote the last one character part is pronounced "nage nage", meaning "a throw". Thus this nage technique means "lock your opponent's wrist and throw him down".

Techniques
When your opponent tries to hit your body, guard it with Shita uke and lock your opponent's hand and then apply Kotenage However you can apply Kotenage Kotenage. in more offensive situation. You can use this technique while your opponent is just standing still. Take Hasso gamae position to let your opponent(left) initiate middle punch. You guard his right middle punch with left uke. Shita uke Attach your left And kick him hand used for with your right leg. Shita uke to his right hand.

Pull up your opponent's hand Turn his right Throw him down hand locking his by moving his to make his hand largely. position wrist. unstable.

Apply kick, punch or locking technique.

Tips Turn your both hands very largely while twisting your opponent's wrist as shown below. This technique uses swinging power of your both hands with a help of the turning energy of your body.

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Kote nage

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Ryuu nage

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Ryu(u) nage
What it means
The first one character of is pronounced "ryuu ryuu", meaning "a dragon" , the last ryuu one character is pronounced "nage nage", meaning "a throw". nage

Techniques
This technique is a variation of Gyaku gote gote. When you apply Gyaku gote to your opponent and it is very hard to take him down with Gyaku gote, gote apply this technique as soon as you feel difficulty to take him down with Gyaku gote gote. Your opponent seizes your right wrist with his right hand. Apply Gyaku You gote. deliverMeuchi Meuchi gote and take Kagite style. Apply Gyaku gote. gote (continue) As soon as you find difficulty to take him down,

Step forward hook it to your your left foot a opponent's upper little and turn arm. your right hand clockwise and make it go under his right elbow, and

Lock his hand with your both hands and turn your body to make a space to take him down.

Apply Yubi gatame. gatame

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Ryuu nage

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Click here to see stop motion figures of the animation below. Tips: Do not hesitate to apply this technique whenever you find difficulty in taking down your opponent.

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Katate Okurigote

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Morote Okurigote nage
What it means
The first two characters part of is pronounced "morote morote", meaning "both morote hands", the middle three characters part is pronounced "okurigote okurigote", a name of the okurigote Shorinji Kempo technique, the last one character part is pronounced "nage nage", meaning nage "a throw". Thus this technique means "Throwing down technique, the essence of which technique is same to Okurigote , applicable when your opponent seizes your hand with his both hands".

Techniques
When your opponent seizes your wrist with his both hands, use this technique to lock his wrist and throw him down. Your opponent is going to seize your right wrist with his both hands. You take kagite guard position, and deliver left middle punch to prevent his further movement. Turn your right hand counterclockwise like Maki nuki and attach your left palm onto the back of his left hand.

Apply Okurigote technique and

Make a big swing Lock his wrist of your opponent's with your both shoulder to throw hands. him down.

Kick his body to prevent his further movement.

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Katate Okurigote

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Click here to see stop motion figures of the animation below. Tips; This sequence to techniques is same as that of Maki nuki to the stage at which you make his grip lose power. To throw him down make the movement of your arms as large as possible, that is, swing his arm hard locking his wrist with Okurigote technique. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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Techniques, Okuri dori

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Okuri dori
What it means
The first one character part of is pronounced "okuri okuri", an abbreviation of okuri gote, Okuri gote a name of the Shorinji Kempo technique, the last one characters part is pronounced "dori dori", meaning "fix or immobilize". Thus this technique means "lock your dori opponent's hand with the okurigote technique".

Techniques
This is an offensive version of Okuri gote gote. Catch your opponent's right (left) hand with your right (left) hand in a way you can apply gote. Okuri gote You can apply Okuri yubi dori technique in the last stage of this technique. Catch your Attach your left turn his arm opponent's right (right) hand with a large and (left) hand with and, quick swing. your right (left) hand in a way you can apply Okuri gote

Lock his arm in Okuri gote style.

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Sodemaki tembin

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Okuri gasshou
What it means
The first one character part of is pronounced "okuri okuri", an abbreviation of okuri gote, Okuri gote a name of the Shorinji Kempo technique, the last two characters part is pronounced "gassho gassho", meaning "setting two hands palm to palm". Thus this technique gassho means "When your palm and your opponent's palm is clasped palm to palm, apply "Okurigote technique. Okurigote" Okurigote

Techniques
When your right(left) hand and your opponent's left(right) hand are clasped plam to palm with the fingers pointing up, attach your left(right) hand to the back of your opponent's left hand, and apply Okurigote technique. Let your opponent(left) clasp your You bend your right hand in palm to palm style. right wrist to your side. Deliver Meuchi Meuchi.

Attach your left Use your left hand on to the Boshikyuu like back of your Okurigote. Okurigote opponenti's left hand.

Lock your opponent's left wrist.

Tips Use your Boshikyuu Boshikyuu.

Click here to see stop motion figures of the animation below.

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Sodemaki tembin

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Uwauke duki

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Uwauke nage
When your opponent try to hit your head or face with Ura ken guard it ken, with Uwa uke and counterattack with uke, nage. Uwauke nage The opponent ( left ) tries to hit your face with ken. ura ken You step forward and guard your face with Uwa uke. uke You hit his body with right hand. Seize his right hand with your left hand and hold his elbow with your right hand as shown in the tips below.

Throw him by Withdraw your left turning quickly leg and lock his while locking his arm. arm.

Kick him so that he can not easily attack you again.

Prepare for the next movement.

Tips Hold your opponent's right elbow with your left hand from under his arm. Use your left hand to turn his right arm counterclockwise to make the back of his hand face you. Withdraw your left leg and turn your body to throw him.

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23/06/2009 10:59

Uwauke gyakute nage

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Uwauke gyakute nage
What it means
The first two characters part of is pronounced "Uwa uke Uwa uke", a name of the Shorinji Kempo guarding technique, the middle one character part is pronounced "gyaku gyaku", meaning "reverse", the next character is pronounded "te te", meaning "hand", gyaku te and the last one character part is pronounced "nage nage", meaning "throw". Thus this nage technique means "lock your opponent's hand in reverse direction right after guarding with Uwa uke uke".

Techniques
When head with this your opponent try to hit your or face with Ura ken guard it ken, uke, Uwa uke and counterattack with technique. You step forward and guard your face with Uwa uke. uke You hit his body with right hand. Seize his right hand with your left hand and make your right hand go under his right hand to attach it to your left hand.

Your opponent ( left ) tries to hit your face with ken. ura ken

Use your right elbow to lock his hand. Turn your body by withdrawing your left foot.

Throw him down.

Kick.

Prepare for the next movement.

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Uwauke gyakute nage

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Tips Hold your opponent's right hand with your both hands. Use your right elbow to turn his right hand. Withdraw your left leg and turn your body to throw him.

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Uwauke se nage

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Uwauke se nage
What it means
The first two characters part of is pronounced "Uwa uke Uwa uke", a name of the Shorinji Kempo guarding technique, the middle one character part is pronounced "se se", se meaning "back (of a body)", the last one character is pronounced "nage nage", meaning nage "throw". Thus this technique means "Guard with uwa uke and throw your opponent by setting him on your back". Actuallly this name comes from Judo technique "Seoi Seoi nage", that is, "apply Seoi nag after guarding with Uwa uke nage uke". nage

Techniques
When your opponent try to hit your face with ken, uke, hira ken guard it with Uwa uke and counterattack with Judo technique Seoi nag as nage shown right. Start. Your opponent ( left ) tries to hit your face with ken. hira ken You step forward Hit his body with and guard your right fist. face with leftUwa Uwa uke. uke

Seize his right hand with your both hands.

Make your body go under his body and make it set on your back.

Throw him down with Judo technique Seoi nage. nage

Apply any technique to control him after he was thrown down on the floor.

Gurading technique against "Seoi nage Seoi nage" The best guard against Seoinage is "do not let your opponent grab your hand", but in case, unfortunately, you are set onto his back, try this technique shown right to avoid crashing down on to the floor.

Put your left hand Let your on to your opponent(right) opponent's back. throw you.

When your body decline enough, use your back

Twist your body for safe landing.

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Uwauke se nage

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muscle power to bend your back.

TIPS of guarding technique Make your chest attached to your opponent's back. And make sure to use your back muscle to make your body turn.

Click here to see detail explanation.

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Katatenage

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Katate nage
This technique is rather an aggressive one to grasp the opponent's hand with your both hands and throw him by locking the hand.

Take the opponent's right (left) hand by your both hands.

Lock his hand by twisting it counterclockwise (clockwise) so that he cannot counter attack you.

Put your left (right) leg forward and make your upper body as low as you can make the locked hand go over your head. Use Nisoku tenkai tenkai, two step full turn. Pull down his hand to throw him.

Keep locking his good job. hand.

Kick his body to disable his counter attack.

Prepare for the next movement.

<Tips> When you go under your opponent's hand, you may be in danger of losing your balance unless you make your body as This is the worst way. low as possible and move as You almost lose your balance. quickly as possible.

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Katatenage

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Gyaku katate nage

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Gyaku katate nage
What it means
The first one character part of is pronounced "Gyaku Gyaku", meaning "reverse" Gyaku or "opposite direction", the last three characters part is pronounced "Katate nage Katate nage", a name of Shorinji Kempo's technique. This case "Gyaku comes from "Gyaku gote Gyaku" Gyaku Gyaku gote", also a name of Shorinji Kempo's technique. Thus this technique means "Katate nage Katate applied when your opponent seizes your hand in the same way as Gyaku gote gote".

Techniques
When your opponent seizes your right (left) hand with his right (left) hand, apply this technique. You can throw your opponet in the same way as Katate nage nage.

Let your opponent Your opponent Deliver Meuchi seize your right seizes your right with your left hand. hand with his hand. right hand.

Attach your left hand on to your opponent's right hand.

Twist out your opponent's right hand with your both hands.

Swing his hand up, so that he can not counterattack.

Put your left leg forward and make the locked hand go over your head. Use Nisoku tenkai, tenkai two step full turn.

Kick his body to disable his counter attack. Prepare for the next movement.

<Tips> When you go under your opponent's hand, you may be in danger of losing your balance unless you make your body as low as possible and move as quickly as possible.

This is the worst way. You almost lose your balance.

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Gyaku katate nage

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Bukkotsu nage

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Bukkotsu nage
What it means
The first two characters part of is pronounced "bukkotsu bukkotsu", the name of a bukkotsu critical point at your throat, the last one character part is pronounced "nage nage", nage meaning "throw". Thus this technique means "Press into Bukkotsu critical point to throw your opponent down.

Techniques
Press bukkotsu critical point to throw your opponent down. Click here to see the movie Turn counterclockwise to make space for him to fall down, and pull down your left hand to throw him down.

Let your opponent Your opponent You grab your seizes your sleeve seizes your sleeve opponent's left and lapel. and lapel. sleeve and seize his left collar with your right hand. And push into his Bukkotsu critical point at his throat with your right thumb.

Kick into his body.

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Bukkotsu nage

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Tips Hold your opponent's left collar with your right hand and use your right thumb as shown in the left figure. Withdraw your left leg and turn your body to throw him.

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Explore techniques "Tachi ichiji gatame"

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Tachi ichiji gatame
Tachi ichiji gatame is a technique to lock your opponent's arm as shown in the right Fig.. You can make your opponent unable to escape while you are standing and locking his arm with one hand. This technique is applicable right after Uragaeshi nage Your opponent shall be nage. locked as shown below with his belly facing the floor.

Tips It is important to use your Boshikyu Boshikyu. Do not let your opponent's arm bend, make it straight and twist and push it down toward his shoulder.

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23/06/2009 11:00

Explore techniques "Sekoshi ichiji gatame"

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Sekoshi ichiji gatame
What it means
The first one character part of is pronounced "se se", meaning "back", the se next one character part is pronounced "koshi koshi", meaning "over", and the next two koshi characters part is pronounced "ichi ji ", meaning "figure of one, or straight", and ichi the last one character is pronounced "gatame gatame", meaning "lock". Thus this technique gatame means "lock your opponent's arm making straight line with your hand over his back".

Techniques
Sekoshi ichiji gatame is a technique to lock your opponent's arm and shoulder over his back. This technique is supposed to be used when you have to fight with another person while locking your opponent.

Step your right Also step your Start from Ura left leg over gatame position. leg over your opponent's back. his back.

Push your left hand down to immobilize your opponent.

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Techniques, Okuri yubi dori

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Okuri yubi dori
This is an offensive version of Okuri gote. gote Catch your opponent's right (left) hand with your right (left) hand in a way you can apply Okuri gote. gote Lock his thumb after you lock his arm in Okuri gote style. Catch your Attach your left turn his arm in opponent's right (right) hand a large and (left) hand with and, quick swing. your right (left) hand in a way you can apply Okuri gote

Lock his arm in Twist his thumb with your left ( Okuri gote right) hand. style.

Tips Twist your opponent's thumb as shown in the right figure.

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Techniques, Okuri yubi dori

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23/06/2009 11:00

Sodemaki gaeshi

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Sodemaki gaeshi
When your opponent seized your right(left) sleeve from under your hand by his left(right) hand, use gaeshi. Sodemaki gaeshi Let your opponent seize your right sleeve. When seized, take stable position. Deliver meuchi, and attach the same hand from under your opponent's left back. Turn your right hand clockwise and rock your opponent's wrist same as Oshigote. Oshigote

Step forward your right leg and turn your right hand completely.

Take down your opponent.

Before he trys to get up, take Control him with kannukigatame. kannukigatame kannuki position.

Tips Fix your opponent's hand in the angle your right elbow makes. Rock it in the same way as oshigote. katake oshigote

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23/06/2009 11:00

Sodemaki gaeshi

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Johaku nuki

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Jo(u)haku nuki
Use Johaku nuki when your opponent seizes your upper arm/arms with his hand/hands. The right animation shows the movement of Johaku nuki when he seizes your upper arms. Your opponent seizes your upper arms with his hands. Take Kagite guard position so that you do not lose the control. Turn your right stretch it down. Hit your arm opponent's face counterclockwise with uraken uraken. and,

Apply the same Stretch down movement to your your left arm. left arm.

Hit your Throw middle opponent's face punch. with uraken uraken.

You may apply Johaku nuki to your left arm first and then to the right arm, depending on the condition.

Tips Turn your arm so that it goes by your ear and your opponent's grip becomes ineffective.

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23/06/2009 10:39

Kusshib geri

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Kusshin geri
This technique is used to counterattack your opponent's hook punch with your kick.

Your opponent trys to punch in your face.

Duck guarding your face.

Go under your opponent's hand.

Kick your opponent.

Prepare for next movement.

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23/06/2009 10:39

Ryuusui geri

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Ryu(u)sui geri
What it means
The first two characters part of is pronounced "ryuu-sui ryuu-sui", meaning "running ryuu-sui water", and the last one character part is pronounced "geri geri", meaning "kick". Thus geri this technique means "Sway your body in ryuu-sui form and counterattack with a kick". See the following explanation about ryuu-sui ryuu-sui.

Techniques
You must tilt your body forward and your right shoulder and hip to right leg must be in smooths line along which water can run down very smoothly. Thus the name "ryuusui comes from this form. ryuusui" ryuusui When face make with your opponent try to hit your with his hand, you bend down to his punch miss and counterattack your kick.

Forward dodge style; The opponent try to hit your face with his left hand. You step forward at a 45 degree angle and bend to make his punch miss you. Guard your face Counterattack with Soto uke with middle and your body kick. with Shita uke preparing against his kick that may follow. Step back and prepare for the next movement.

Backward dodge style;

The opponent try to hit your face with his left hand.

You move your weight onto your right foot.

Twist you waist and upper body Counterattack to right and make your with your left opponent's kick. punch miss your face.

Put your left leg back with Juuji ashi sagari moving technique. Prepare for the next

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Ryuusui geri

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movement.。 <これがコツ> Forward dodge style ;Do not afraid of being hit. Bend down forward and aside to let his punch miss your face. It is better keep your back straight. Backward dodge style; Make sure that your left leg and your left waist and shoulder make smooth line. In case of forward dodging style, guard your body wit your right shita uke and left Niou uke against possible consecutive attack.

To see a stop motion explanation click below. Forward dodge style Backward dodge style

In case of backward dodge style, it is important to twist your waist and upper body to right. Do not step right largely.

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23/06/2009 10:24

Byakurenken

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Byakurenken 1st
When your opponent tries to punch in your face, block the punch with uchiuke and using the hand used for the block to counterattack. This technique is called Tubamegaeshi. Byakurenken 1st is a hokei to practice the consequential movement by oneself. Take taikigamae with your left leg forward. Move diagonally to Hit the opponents Right middle the left and block neck with your left punch. upper punch with hand. uchiuke.

Recede and shitauke.

Kick with left leg and put it down in the same position.

Step your left leg in 45 degree of angle in front of your right leg and turn your head back.

Uchiharai with right arm, turning back your body. Repeat again.

Tips, Speed is essential. Do not pause after uchiuke.

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23/06/2009 11:27

Enbu-1

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Enbu-1
Enjoy Shorinji Kempo enbu, a sequence of techniques, in GIF animation.

Enbu starts with gassho rei.

Uwauke against junduki.

Shitauke against middle punch.

Juniuke against gyakugeri.

Counterattack with kick.

Uwauke against junduki

Shitauke against middle punch. Hold the brow with right hand to initiate Kotenage.

Middle kick to Kotenage. weaken the opponent's power.

Kick.

Gyakugedan kamae to let the opponent grab your sleeve.

Being held at your sleeve.

Guard against leg sweep.

Apply Sodemakikaeshi.

Kick.

Uwauke against junduki

Shitauke against middle punch.

Sanbou uke against Counterattack with upper Mawashi geri. kick.

Enbu ends with Gassho rei.

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23/06/2009 11:28

Enbu "tenchiken 1st"

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Tenchiken 1st
This consists of basic offending and defending techniques.

In the illustration below, an opponent is added for better understanding of the each movement. Stand in Kesshu form. Drawing back your right leg, stand in left Chudan gamae. Step forward in 45 Draw your right leg a degree of angle, throw little forward. Throw left punch in the face. your right punch to the body. Guarding with right Sotouke, punch into the body with left Kagiduki, or hook punch.

Draw your left leg wide, and guard your face with right Uwauke.

Guard your face with Uchiuke and body with Shitauke at the same time.

Guard your body with right Uchiharai uke, Counterattack with apply left Soto uke at right kick. the same time.

Guarding your body with Shitauke, prepare for the next movement in left Ichiji gamae.

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23/06/2009 11:26

Enbu "tenchiken 2nd"

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Tenchiken 2nd
This consists of basic offending and defending techniques. It includes rengeki, two punches, kicks or mixed, punch and kick, in sequence without no pause in between. Stand in left ichiji gamae. Upper left furiduki stepping diagonally forward. Right middle punch right after the upper furiduki. Duck and guard your face with uchiage uke. Throw left middle kagi duki at the same time. Stepping forward your right leg, throw right upper punch.

Throw left middle punch right away.

Guard your face with Prepare for the next Right middle kick and Draw back your right soto uke and uchi movement in left put your right leg leg. uhiotoshi uke at the where it was. ichiji gamae. same time, niou uke.

<Tips> Practice as many times as you can. Do not lose a rhythm of rengeki. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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Enbu "tenchiken 3rd"

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Tenchiken 3rd
This consists of basic offending and defending techniques. Changing the direction of offense is one of the feature of it.

Stand in left ichiji Upper left gamae. furiduki stepping diagonally forward.

Right middle punch in the direction of 30 degree of angle to the right.

Mawashi geri in the direction of 60 degree of angle to the right.

Stepping forward your right leg in the triangular direction to the right, throw right shutou giri.

Draw back your Throw left middle left leg and shita punch right away. uke.

Right middle kick Turn back, using and put your right zentenkan. leg where it was.

Prepare for the next movement in left ichiji gamae.

Tips Change the direction of offense as shown in the left figure; furiduki(1), gyaku duki(2), mawasi geri(3), shutou giri(4).

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Enbu "tenchiken 4th"

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Tenchi ken 4th
This consists of basic offending and defending techniques. It includes four consecutive offense, two with rengeki and two with tuki.

Stand in left ichiji Jump with your gamae. left leg.

Right kick and,

left kick immediately.

Stepping forward your left leg, throw left shutou giri.

Draw back your Left middle kick Throw right middle right leg and shita and put your left punch right away. uke. leg where it was.

Turn right, using hantenkan.

Prepare for the next movement in rightichiji gamae.

Tips For tobi ren geri, use your leg as shown in the left figure. Second kick may be mawashi geri instead of choku geri.

(C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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Enbu "tenchiken 5th"

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Tenchiken 5th
This consists of sequence of Uchiharai uke and consecutive kick techniques.

AVI movie 335KB 8 sec

Start with right Ichiji gamae so that you can practice Tenchiken 5th right after Tenchiken 4th. 4th Right Ichiji gamae. gamae Step aside your left foot and Uchiharai uke with right hand. Kick with right leg and put it on the same spot. Step forward your right leg in Kagiashi position and Uchiharai uke with left hand. High kick with left leg and put it in front of you.

Uchiharai uke with right hand Side kick to and step your front with forward left right leg. leg in Kagiashi position.

Turn left using the momentum of pulling back right leg and stand with your left foot.

Stepping forward your right foot, upper punch with your right hand.

Soto uke with right hand and middle punch with left hand.

Swaying back gamae, Gedan gamae or Stepping forward and Uchiharai lower hand your right foot, uke with right position. hand.

Uchiharai uke with left hand and Zen tenkan tenkan, or full turn.

Prepare to the next movement with left gamae. Ichiji gamae

Tips Stand still in Kakuritu position, or single foot standing position. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this

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Enbu "tenchiken 5th"

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site.

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Enbu "tenchiken 6th"

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Tenchiken 6th
This consists of basic offending and defending techniques. It includes uchi harai uke and sokuto geri and others. Stand in left ichiji gamae position. Tenchiken 6th is continued from Tenchiken 5th. Pull forward your right leg, uchiharai uke with your left arm. AVI Movie 315KB Performing 8 sec. Sokuto geri with your left leg to your right. Put the leg in front of your right foot. Uchiharai uke with right arm and soto uke with left hand.

Sokuto geri to Tsuru ashi your right. dachi.

Step forward diagonally to your right and right upper punch.

Left middle punch.

Modori duki with right hand..

Right kick.

Uchi harai uke with left hand and left han tenkan. tenkan

Left ichiji gamae, gamae kesshu dachi and rei. gassho rei

Tips Modori duki is a punch used while you move backward. In the above animation, each movement is stopped a while for the better understanding. When you practice, do not stop at each movement. You must move very smoothly and quickly. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 continues to do so, and reserves all rights

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associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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Giwa ken 1st

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Giwa ken 1st
Giwa ken is made of basic movements for the beginners. It is useful for training beginners and also useful for senior people as an exercise. Prepare to start in Draw your right leg Stepping forward in 45 Kesshu gamae. Keep back and take Chudan degree of angle to your breath steady. gamaeposition. dodge your opponent's punch, throw your left upper punch. Draw your right leg a little forward and deliver your right middle punch.

Draw your right leg back, Soto uke with your right hand and Kick with your left leg Uchi uke with your and put the leg in the left hand, or Niou uke. previous position. Take Ichiji gamae position.

Turning your body back, or Zentenkan, Step your left leg in try Uchiharai uke the position 45 degree with your right hand. right of your right leg Take Gedan gamae and turn your head position. back. Start the same movements from right hand.

<Tips> Try as many time as you can so that you can do it fluently. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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Giwaken 2nd

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Giwaken 2nd
Giwaken 2nd is usually practiced in consequence with Giwaken 1st. This causes Giwaken 2nd to start in hidari mae chuudan gamae. Han tenkan, or half turn, is used in Giwaken 2nd. However, you may apply Zen tenkan, or full turn, arbitrary after you master han tenkan. Hidari mae chuudan gamae Step your left foot Right middle diagonally forward, punch. and uchi uke. Right kick.

Put your right foot Left kick, and put in the previous position, and the leg in the recede a little and previous position. left shita uke.

Turn your face right, and step your Start again with left leg forward, right uchi uke. turn right using han tenkan technique.

Tips The animation on the top of this page is simplified, one han tenkan is omitted. Giwaken 2nd shall be completed in the position after you apply four right han tenkan. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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Ryuouken 1st

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Ryuou ken 1st
Until 13 Sept. 2002, in this web page, it was explained that an upper punch should be followed by a middle punch, however it was found to be incorrect according to the latest honbu guide line. Therefore this page was revised to meet with latest honbu guide line. (Revised 14. Sept. 2002) Ryuou ken 1st is a pair basic standard formation. You can learn basic movements of Kote nuki and the following techniques. The same formation for single person is defined as Tan En Houkei Houkei, or single standard formation. The movement is not exactly same to the right hand side person in the right animation. In case you are to have an examination, follow the movement as described below. Numbers Movement 1,2 (1)Step forward your left foot and take kagite guard position with your right hand. Set your left hand at chuududan chuududanposition. (2)Deliver meuchi with your left hand and return it in chuudan position. (3)Pull your right foot a little bit forward and apply kotenuki to your right hand. (4)With your right hand which you are supposed to have freed from your opponent's grip deliver uraken urakento your opponent's face, put your left hand in front of your chest. (5)Stepping aside to the right deliver middle punch with your left hand. Set your right hand in front your chest. ( revised 2005.10.3) (6)Dodging to the left, upper punch with your right hand. Set your left hand in front of your chest. (7)Take right ichiji gamae position, and mawashigeri with your right leg. Put your right foot where it was, after the kick. (8)Setp back your right foot guarding your body with your left shita uke uke. Thus take left ichiji gamae. Use happou moku and prepare for the next movement. (9)Pull your right foot forward to your left foot and stand in kesshu position. Chousoku happou moku and gasshou rei Chousoku, rei.

3,4

5

6,7

8 9

Prepare to start in Draw your right leg Do not let him seize gamae. your hand for the Kesshu gamae Keep back. Take Chudan your breath steady. gamae. first time. Use gamae Shita uke to guard your hand.

When he seized on the second time, take Kagite guard position at once and deliver Meuchi with left hand.

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Ryuouken 1st

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Apply Kote nuki nuki. Push your right elbow completely.

Stepping aside to Dodging to the left, Throw Uraken in his the right, punch his throw your right face. body with your left punch in his face. hand.

Kick his face or body with Mawashi geri.

Put your right leg in the former position and ready for the next movement.

Guarding with left uke, Shita uke draw your right leg behind your left leg.

Take Ichiji gamae position and prepare for the next movement. rei. Gassho rei

Tan en houkei of Ryuou ken 1st.

Click here to see the stop motion illustration

The following is the explanation before the revision. Ryuou ken 1st is a pair basic standard formation. You can learn basic movements of Kote nuki and the following techniques. The same formation for single person is defined as Tan En Houkei or single Houkei, standard formation. The movement is the same of the right hand side person in the right animation. Prepare to start in Kesshu gamae gamae. Keep your breath steady. Draw your right leg back. Take gamae. Chudan gamae Do not let him seize your hand for the first time. Use Shita uke to guard your When he seized on the second time, take Kagite guard position at once and deliver Meuchi

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Ryuouken 1st

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hand.

with left hand.

Apply Kote nuki nuki. Push your right elbow completely.

Throw Uraken in his face.

Stepping aside to the right a little, punch his face with your left hand.

Dodging to the left a little, throw your right punch in the middle.

Put your right leg Kick his face or in the former body with Mawashi position and ready for the next geri. movement.

Guarding with left uke, Shita uke draw your right leg behind your left leg.

Take Ichiji gamae position and prepare for the next movement. rei. Gassho rei

<Tips> Do not try to pull your hand when seized. Use his force to pull to take Kagite guard position. (C)Copy right, K.Hayashi. This site was written and developed by Keijiro Hayashi in 1998. The same Keijiro Hayashi maintained and improved this site during the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 continues to do so, and reserves all rights associated with the structure of this site and the information available on this site.

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