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Shabeen Kapor, (), 02.12.2008 - 17:51
The Kodokan Institute (Japanese: 講道館 Kōdōkan) is the headquarters of the judo world. Literally, kō means "to lecture" or "to spread information," dō means "the way," and kan is "a public building or hall," together translating roughly as "a place for the study or promotion of the way." It was established by Kanō Jigorō, the founder of judo in 1882, and is now located in an eight-story building in Tokyo, Japan. Judo is a derivative of jujutsu.

Ukemi

Students first learn how to fall, and must master the fall exercises before moving on to the throws lists.[1]
a) Mae Ukemi, forward fall.
b) Ushiro Ukemi, backward fall.
c) Yoko Ukemi, side fall (accompanied by hard slap of tatami mat).
d) Zenpo Kaiten, forward Judo roll.

Nagewaza
The 67 Throws of Kodokan Judo

Dai Ikkyo
(1st group, yellow belt)
1. Deashi Harai
2. Hiza Guruma
3. Sasae Tsurikomi Ashi
4. Uki Goshi
5. Osoto Gari
6. O Goshi
7. Ouchi Gari
8. Seoi Nage

Dai Nikyo
(2nd group, orange belt)
1. Kosoto Gari
2. Kouchi Gari
3. Koshi Guruma
4. Tsurikomi Goshi
5. Okuriashi Harai
6. Tai Otoshi
7. Harai Goshi
8. Uchi Mata

Dai Sankyo
(3rd group, green belt)
1. Kosoto Gake
2. Tsuri Goshi
3. Yoko Otoshi
4. Ashi Guruma
5. Hane Goshi
6. Harai Tsurikomi Ashi
7. Tomoe Nage
8. Kata Guruma

Dai Yonkyo
(4th group, blue belt)
1. Sumi Gaeshi
2. Tani Otoshi
3. Hane Makikomi
4. Sukui Nage
5. Utsuri Goshi
6. O Guruma
7. Soto Makikomi
8. Uki Otoshi

Dai Gokyo
(5th group, brown belt)
1. Osoto Guruma
2. Uki Waza
3. Yoko Wakare
4. Yoko Guruma
5. Ushiro Goshi
6. Ura Nage
7. Sumi Otoshi
8. Yoko Gake

Habukareta Waza
(preserved techniques from 1895 gokyo)
1. Obi Otoshi
2. Seoi Otoshi
3. Yama Arashi
4. Osoto Otoshi
5. Daki Wakare
6. Hikikomi Gaeshi
7. Tawara Gaeshi
8. Uchi Makikomi

Shinmeisho No Waza
(newly accepted techniques)
1. Morote Gari
2. Kuchiki Taoshi
3. Kibisu Gaeshi
4. Uchi Mata Sukashi
5. Daki Age
6. Tsubame Gaeshi
7. Kouchi Gaeshi
8. Ouchi Gaeshi
9. Osoto Gaeshi
10. Harai Goshi Gaeshi
11. Uchi Mata Gaeshi
12. Hane Goshi Gaeshi
13. Kani Basami
14. Osoto Makikomi
15. Kawazu Gake
16. Harai Makikomi
17. Uchi Mata Makikomi
18. Sode Tsurikomi Goshi
19. Ippon Seoinage

Katamewaza
The 29 Official Grappling Techniques of Kodokan Judo

Osaekomi-waza
(pins or mat holds)
1. Kuzure-kesa-gatame
2. Kata-gatame
3. Kami-shiho-gatame
4. Kuzure-kami-shiho-gatame
5. Yoko-shiho-gatame
6. Tate-shiho-gatame
7. Kesa-gatame

Shime-waza
(chokes or strangles)
1. Nami-juji-jime
2. Gyaku-juji-jime
3. Kata-juji-jime
4. Hadaka-jime
5. Okuri-eri-jime
6. Kata-ha-jime
7. Do-jime
8. Sode-guruma-jime
9. Kata-te-jime
10. Ryo-te-jime
11. Tsukkomi-jime
12. Sankaku-jime

Kansetsu-waza
(joint locks)
1. Ude-garami
2. Ude-hishigi-juji-gatame
3. Ude-hishigi-ude-gatame
4. Ude-hishigi-hiza-gatame
5. Ude-hishigi-waki-gatame
6. Ude-hishigi-hara-gatame
7. Ashi-garami
8. Ude-hishigi-ashi-gatame
9. Ude-hishigi-te-gatame
10. Ude-hishigi-sankaku-gatame