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    judoplayer

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    Torite-no-kata

    Post by judoplayer on Wed Nov 12, 2014 7:41 am

    Today I found  Torite-no-kata  (Self-Defence Kata for police in Japan) on Scribd. Link:
    Torite-no-kata


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    Re: Torite-no-kata

    Post by NBK on Wed Nov 12, 2014 9:39 am

    Thanks - a great book. I translated the entire thing in the old forum. There were something like 100,000 hits on the serialized version.

    I may post it here someday.

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    Re: Torite-no-kata

    Post by Kaji on Sat Nov 15, 2014 6:48 pm

    NBK wrote:Thanks - a great book.  I translated the entire thing in the old forum.  There were something like 100,000 hits on the serialized version.

    I may post it here someday.

    NBK
    Yes, I remember that, NBK-san. I do hope you post it here again soon.
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    Re: Torite-no-kata

    Post by NBK on Sat Nov 22, 2014 12:37 am

    Kaji San, you're back! Wondered if you found this site.

    Let me edit it and I'll repost sometime

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    Re: Torite-no-kata

    Post by Kaji on Sat Nov 22, 2014 5:03 pm

    Yes, I'm back! Good to see you again!

    So you've been thinking about me? Perhaps that has helped pull me to this site. Smile A Chinese saying that has recently gained popularity is 念念不忘,必有回响。

    Thanks in advance for reposting the materials.

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    hello NBK

    Post by aiyotsu on Tue Aug 28, 2018 6:15 am

    Hello NBK, our Dojo would be particularly interested in the translation of the Torite no Kata, with a view to studying it in depth.
    Any chance of posting it?
    Kind regards, Aiyotsu
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    Re: Torite-no-kata

    Post by NBK on Tue Aug 28, 2018 4:25 pm

    aiyotsu wrote:Hello NBK, our Dojo would be particularly interested in the translation of the Torite no Kata, with a view to studying it in depth.
    Any chance of posting it?
    Kind regards, Aiyotsu
    I need to finish the detailed translation and commentary, get it translated into another language TBD, and ask my bud to set up the graphics for a print on demand book.

    So, if I post for you, I'll never sell a single one.

    In short, not very likely.

    But, thanks for trying!

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    Re: Torite-no-kata

    Post by aiyotsu on Tue Aug 28, 2018 8:00 pm

    Thanks NBK my next question was to have been, can we buy it anywhere.
    Do you have an idea when you may publish.
    Thanks, Aiyotsu


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    Re: Torite-no-kata

    Post by NBK on Wed Aug 29, 2018 11:10 am

    aiyotsu wrote:Thanks NBK my next question was to have been, can we buy it anywhere.
    Do you have an idea when you may publish.
    Thanks, Aiyotsu
    Within a yr or two, I think.

    One of my cooperating partners has self published 26 books, all old Japanese martial arts texts, and his are sold through Amazon USA. Remarkable talent, he translates things that even Japanese can't read. Old handwritten kanji, etc. Mostly ninja and sword related, we worked together on some jujutsu text.

    So probably Amazon USA, which ships worldwide.
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    Re: Torite-no-kata

    Post by noboru on Wed Aug 29, 2018 11:22 pm

    Practice of this kata from guys from Spain

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HN_MvVTlK-Y


    EL TORITE NO KATA FORMA PARTE DEL JUDO TRADICIONAL, CREADO EN 1924 BAJO LA DIRECCIÓN DE YAMASHITA YOSHIAKI 10ºDAN Y CON LA APROBACIÓN DEL FUNDADOR DEL JUDO: EL MAESTRO JIGORO KANO.

    EL OBJETIVO DE ESTE KATA ES ADIESTRAR EN LA DEFENSA PERSONAL. EN UN INICIO FUE DESARROLLADO PARA LA POLICÍA JAPONESA. HOY EN DIA A CAÍDO EN DESUSO. TODOS LOS MOVIMIENTOS CONSERVAN EL SABOR MAS TRADICIONAL DEL JUDO Y DEL KORYU JUJUTSU.ESTAN PRESENTES TÉCNICAS ANTIGUAS DE JUDO COMO ATEMI WAZA-KYUSHO, KOTE KANSETSU, YUBI KANSTESU ETC.

    EL VIDEO SIGUIENTE SE MUESTRAN SOLO 15 DE LAS 24 TÉCNICAS DEL KATA ADAPTADAS PARA LA EXHIBICIÓN EN
    F.I.A.C.O (FERIA INTERNACIONAL DE ARTE Y CULTURA ORIENTAL EN VALENCIA, ESPAÑA).
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    LOST_KATA_OF_KODOKAN_JUDO

    Post by noboru on Wed Aug 29, 2018 11:36 pm

    https://www.kiaibudoshop.com/store/p169/USA-TKJ_Book_-_LOST_KATA_OF_KODOKAN_JUDO__.html

    USA-TKJ BOOK - LOST KATA OF KODOKAN JUDO
    34,99 US$
    USA-TKJ Book: LOST KATA OF KODOKAN JUDO

    I am pleased to inform you that we have completed an unprecedented study of the forgotten Katas of Kodokan Judo.

    This Important Project has been undertaken by Jose A. Caracena and myself. In this work presents the 6 Kata that are not widely practiced today in judo, along with their history, objectives, evolution, techniques, etc. including the translation of historical documentation, photos etc.

    It is a technical as well as historical work, where we are making known this wonderful part of Traditional Kodokan Judo and that unfortunately has fallen mostly into oblivion.

    To carry out this project we surrounded ourselves with excellent historians, researchers, translators etc.

    Initially, we have published the book in Spanish and English, and soon also in French.

    The English Version is now available..!!
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    Re: Torite-no-kata

    Post by NBK on Thu Aug 30, 2018 12:57 am

    Yes, I've seen.

    What do you think?
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    my opinion

    Post by noboru on Thu Aug 30, 2018 1:06 am

    I don't have this book.

    I looked the video, it is nice. I tried to compare photos sequences from japanese book with sequences from video and I lost during some techniques.

    Technique are interesting, I recognize some techniques from some TenjinShinyoRyu jujutsu. For me (my private opinion) deeper my studying Goshinjutsu-no-kata is better than try to practice this kata. It gives me more skill for selfdefence than practice this kata.

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