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    Early Nage-no-kata in "The Fine Art of Jujutsu" - Landori [sic.] Kata

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    Post by finarashi on Thu May 14, 2015 8:23 pm

    The Fine Art of Jujutsu By  Watts,  Emily Diana (1867 – 1968), writing as Mrs. Roger Watts, photographs By Beldam, G. W., London, United Kingdom, William, Heinemann Ltd, 1906, 146p, HB

    is a book By a wealthy english lady who trained judo under Sadakazu "Raku" Uyenishi,
    http://ejmas.com/jalt/jaltart_svinth_0201.htm

    In her bokk she finishes with introduction of Landori Kata, [sic.], describib´ng the first sets of Nage No Kata; namely p. 116
    Te waza
    - Ukiotoshi
    - Seoinage
    - Sukuinage
    Koshi-waza
    - Ukigoshi
    - Tsurikomigoshi
    - Haraigoshi
    Ashi-waza
    - Okuriashiharai
    - Deashiharai
    - Uchimata (Kano Style)
    Sutemi-waza
    - Tomoenage
    - Uranage
    - Tsuriatoshi
    Yoko-waza
    - Yokogage
    - Yokoguruma
    - Yokowakare


    there are some differences to the modern series 


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    Post by NBK on Fri May 15, 2015 12:54 am

    great historic document!

    Thanks
    NBK
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    Post by finarashi on Fri May 15, 2015 4:03 am

    I think it must have been Sadakazu "Raku" Uenishi who teached Nage No Kata. The standardization of kata happened only after publishing of this book. Sadaku Uenishi left Japan to London in 1900 so the list shown is probably from before that.
     


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