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Go-no-sen-no-kata (form of counters) is a kata developed at Waseda university (consequently, it is not an official Kodokan kata) and is largely associated with Kawaishi. There is no standardised method of performing the kata, and performances differ across countries and clubs. In some versions, Uke first throws Tori after which Uke attempts to throw again, but Tori counters. In other versions, Tori counters immediately. In some versions, the first attack and counter is in slow motion, demonstrating the precise method of countering, then with the second attack and counter in normal speed; in other versions there is only one normal-speed attack and counter.

Romanization Translation Romanization Translation
Attacks Counters
Ō-soto-gari Large outer reap
Countered with...
Ō-soto-gari Large outer reap
Hiza-guruma Knee wheel Hiza-guruma Knee wheel
Ō-uchi-gari Large inner reap Okuri-ashi-barai Foot sweep
De-ashi-barai Forward foot sweep De-ashi-barai Forward foot sweep
Ko-soto-gake Small outer hook Tai-otoshi Body drop
Ko-uchi-gari Small inside reap Sasae-tsuri-komi-ashi Supporting-foot lift-pull throw
Kubi-nage Ushiro-goshi Back hip throw
Koshi-guruma Hip wheel Uki-goshi Floating hip throw
Hane-goshi Hip spring Sasae-tsuri-komi-ashi Supporting-foot lift-pull throw
Harai-goshi Hip sweep Utsuri-goshi Hip transfer
Uchi-mata Inner thigh reaping throw Sukui-nage Scooping throw
Kata-seoi Sumi-gaeshi Corner throw
  • kubi nage is performed much like koshi guruma, but with a deeper grip around the neck, holding the jacket at the shoulder of one's Uke, and with the right leg (in a right-handed kubi nage) outside of one's Uke's legs - tai otoshi style.
  • kata seoi is ippon seoi nage