List of Danzan-ryū techniques


List of Danzan-ryū techniques

The Danzan Ryu lists[1] differ in concept from the Kodokan Judo lists in that the techniques are taught in kata form in some applicable context, rather than simply demonstrating and enumerating a single technique. Deashi Hayanata, for example, is not a single technique, but a combination of Deashibarai (foot sweep) and Ude Hishigi Jujigatame (cross arm bar). Emphasis on randori may vary greatly from one dojo to the next.

There are multiple romanizations, and many arts have more than one name. We will attempt to represent the commonly used romanization variants. In addition, not all sources agree on the correct kanji (Japanese characters) for each technique or list. The alternative renderings are noted. The romanization was not agreed to until 1957. The earlier spellings are now archaic. Some Kanji are also no longer common and not searchable (i.e. Danchu or Bitei).

The rank requirements for Danzan Ryu are not standardized, and may vary from dojo to dojo or even from instructor to instructor. However, the curriculum is divided into three levels: Shoden (beginning), Chuden (intermediate), and Okuden (Hidden or Inner teachings). Many of the techniques are considered Kuden - to be transmitted orally and never written down.

Each of the Okuden scrolls corresponds to a level of teaching license:

  • Shinin-no-Maki was commemorated by the award of the Mokuroku, or catalogue scroll, listing the history of the art along with the Shoden and Chuden techniques. This is the basic instructor level and is equivalent to second-degree blackbelt.
  • Shin'yō-no-Maki corresponds to the fully licensed instructor (Kyoshi) level and is equivalent to fourth- or fifth-degree blackbelt.
  • Shinjin-no-Maki (post Pearl Harbor attack) was commemorated by the award of the Kaiden-no-Sho, or certificate of complete transmission (menkyo kaiden). This corresponds to the master instructor (Shihan / Professor) level of traditional jujutsu.

Contents

Yawara --Shoden level

Hand Techniques/Gentle Arts, 20 Techniques [2]

  1. Kata Te Hazushi Ichi or Katate Hazushi Ichi "Single Hand Escape #1" - escape from an outside hand grab [1]
  2. Kata Te Hazushi Ni or Katate Hazushi Ni "Single Hand Escape #2" - escape from an inside hand grab [2]
  3. Ryo Te Hazushi or Ryōte Hazushi "Both Hands Escape" - escape from a double wrist grab [3]
  4. Moro Te Hazushi or Morote Hazushi "Many Hands Escape or Multiple Hands Escape" - escape from two hands grabbing one wrist.
  5. Momiji Hazushi " Maple Tree Escape" - escape from a front choke
  6. Ryo Eri Hazushi or Ryōeri Hazushi "Double Lapel Escape" - escape from a double lapel grab
  7. Yubi Tori Hazushi or Yubidori Hazushi "Fingerlock Escape" - escape from a finger hold/grab
  8. Yubi Tori or Yubidori "Fingerlock" - finger lock on the sensitive third finger
  9. Moro Yubi Tori or Moroyubi Tori or Moroyubidori "Multiple Fingerlock" - come-along all fingers hold
  10. Kata Te Tori or Katate Tori or Katatedori "Seize One Hand" - one hand wrist lock
  11. Ryo Te Tori or Ryote Tori or Ryōtedori "Seize Both Hands" - double wrist lock
  12. Akushu Kote Tori or Akushu Kotedori "Handshake Wristlock" - wrist and thumb lock from a handshake
  13. Akushu Ude Tori or Akushu Udedori "Handshake Armlock" - arm bar from a handshake
  14. Akushu Kotemaki Tori or Akushu Kotemakidori "Handshake Winding-Wristlock" - arm bar and wrist lock from a handshake
  15. Emon Tori or Emondori "Breast of Garment Hold" - break hand from a chest push
  16. Tekubi Tori Ichi or Tekubidori Ichi "Wristlock #1" - wrist lock from an outside hand grab
  17. Tekubi Tori Ni or Tekubidori Ni "Wristlock #2" - thumb lock from an inside hand grab.
  18. Ryo Eri Tori or Ryoeri Tori or Ryōeridori "Seize Both Lapels" - break and wrist lock from a two-handed lapel grab
  19. Kubi Nuki Shime or Kubinukijime or Kubinukidori "Headlock" - escape from a side headlock
  20. Hagai Shime or Hagaijime "Winglock" - full nelson taken after avoiding a blow

Nagete --Shoden level

also called Nage no Kata: Throwing Arts, 20 Techniques

  1. Deashi Harai or Deashiharai or Deashibarai - Advanced foot sweep
  2. Sasae Ashi or Sasae-ashi - Propping foot
  3. Okuri Harai or Okuribarai - Sending sweep
  4. Soto Gama or Sotogama - Outside sickle
  5. Uchi Gama or Uchigama or Kouchi gari - Inside sickle
  6. Soto Momo Harai or Sotomomobarai - Outer thigh sweep
  7. Uchi Momo Harai or Uchimomobarai or Uchi Mata - Inner thigh sweep
  8. O Goshi or Ōgoshi- Major loin
  9. Utsuri Goshi or Utsurigoshi - Shifting loin
  10. Seoi Nage or Ippon Seoinage - Back-carry throw
  11. Ushiro Goshi or Ushirogoshi - Rear loin
  12. Seoi Goshi or Seoigoshi - Back-carry loin
  13. Tsurikomi Goshi or Tsurikomigoshi - Lifting/pulling loin
  14. Harai Goshi or Haraigoshi - Sweeping loin
  15. Hane Goshi or Hanegoshi - Springing loin
  16. Uki Otoshi or Uki-Otoshi - Floating drop
  17. Makikomi - Winding in
  18. Kani Sute or Kani Basami- Crab pincers
  19. Tomoe Nage or Tomoenage - Whirl throw
  20. Yama Arashi - Mountain Storm

Shimete --Shoden level

also called Shime no Kata: Constriction Arts, 25 Techniques

  1. Eri Gatame or Erigatame - Lapel control
  2. Kata Gatame or Katagatame - Shoulder control
  3. Juji Gatame or Jujigatame - Cross control
  4. Shiho Gatame or Shihogatame - Four corners control
  5. Sankaku Gatame or Sankakugatame - Triangle control
  6. Ushiro Gatame or Ushirogatame - Rear control
  7. Namijuji Shime or Namijujijime - Normal cross strangle
  8. Gyakujuji Shime or Gyakujujijime - Reverse cross strangle
  9. Ichimonji Shime or Ichimonjijime or Ichimonji Jime - Straight line strangle
  10. Tsukkomi Shime or Tsukkomijime or Tsukkomi Jime - Thrusting strangle
  11. Hadaka Jime Ichi or Hadakajime Ichi - Naked strangle #1
  12. Hadaka Jime Ni or Hadakajime Ni - Naked strangle #2
  13. Hadaka Jime San or Hadakajime San - Naked strangle #3
  14. Daki Kubi Jime or Dakikubi jime or Dakikubijime - Headlock
  15. Osae Gami Jime or Osaegami Jime or Osaegamijime - Hair-grab lock
  16. Kote Jime or Kotejime - Forearm lock
  17. Tenada Jime or Tenatajime - Hand-blade lock
  18. Do Jime or Dōjime - Body constriction which causes Compressive asphyxia
  19. Ashi Garami Jime or Ashigarami Jime or Ashigaramijime - Entangled leglock
  20. Ashi Nada Jime or Ashinada Jime or Ashinatajime - Foot-blade lock
  21. Ashi Yubi Jime or Ashiyubi Jime or Ashiyubijime - Toe lock
  22. Momo Jime or Momojime - Thigh constriction
  23. Shika No Issoku - Deer's leg
  24. Shidare Fuji Shime Shidarefuji Jime or Shidarefujijime - Hanging wisteria strangle
  25. Tatsumaki Shime or Tatsumakijime - Tornado lock

Yonenbu no Kata --Shoden level

Throwing Techniques for teaching children, 15 Techniques

  1. Deashi Harai or Deashiharai or Deashibarai - Advanced foot sweep
  2. Sasae-ashi - Foot prop
  3. Okuriharai or Okuribarai - Sending sweep
  4. Soto Gama or Sotogama - Outside sickle
  5. Uchi Gama or Uchigama - Inside sickle
  6. Soto Momo Harai or Sotomomobarai - Outer thigh sweep
  7. Uchimomobarai - Inner thigh sweep
  8. O Goshi or Ōgoshi - Major hip
  9. Seoinage - Back-carry throw
  10. Seoi Goshi or Seoigoshi - Back-carry hip
  11. Tsuri Komi Goshi or Tsurikomigoshi - Lifting/pulling hip
  12. Harai Goshi or Haraigoshi - Sweeping hip
  13. Hane Goshi or Hanegoshi - Springing hip
  14. Makikomi - Winding-in
  15. Tomoe Nage or Tomoenage - Circle throw

Oku no Te --Chuden level

also called Oku no Kata: Deep/Advanced Arts, 25 Techniques

  1. Deashi Hayanada or Deashi Hayanata - Advanced-foot Quick-blade
  2. O Goshi Hayanada or Ōgoshi Hayanata - Major Loin Quick-blade
  3. Seoi Hayanada or Seoi Hayanata - Back-carry Quick-blade
  4. Sumi Gaeshi or Sumigaeshi - Corner reversal
  5. Norimi - Riding body
  6. Mizu Kuguri or Mizukuguri - Under water dive
  7. Mae Yama Kage or Maeyamakage - Front Mountain Shadow
  8. Komi Iri or Komiiri - Pushing in
  9. Kote Gaeshi or Kotegaeshi - Forearm reversal
  10. Saka Nuki or Sakanuki - Reverse draw
  11. Gyaku Te Nage or Gyakutenage - Reverse-hand throw
  12. Hon Tomoe - Basic whirl
  13. Kata Te Tomoe or Katate Tomoe - One-hand whirl
  14. Shi Garami or Teshigarami - Hand entanglement
  15. Gyaku Te Shigarami or Gyakuteshigarami or Gyakute Shigarami - Reverse hand entanglement
  16. Kote Shigarami or Koteshigarami - Forearm entanglement
  17. Ko Guruma] or Koguruma - Minor wheel
  18. Tora Nage or Toranage - Tiger throw
  19. Tora Katsugi or Torakatsugi - Shoulder a Tiger
  20. Arashi Otoshi or Arashi-otoshi - Storm drop
  21. Hiki Otoshi or Hiki-otoshi- Pulling drop
  22. Kine Katsugi or Kinekatsugi - Pestle shouldering
  23. Kin Katsugi or Kinkatsugi - Testicle shouldering
  24. Kaza Guruma or Kazaguruma - Windmill
  25. Jigoku Otoshi - Hell drop

Kiai no Maki --Chuden level

Scroll of Unified Spirit, 27 Techniques ---( AJJF Board of Professors includes a number of additional techniques under this heading. See below)-- Includes weapons techniques, and a variety of oral teachings (kuden)

  1. Waribashi Ori - Split chopstick fold
  2. Karatake Wari - Chinese bamboo split
  3. Hara-age Ishi Wari - Abdomen lifting stone split
  4. Shiraha Watari - Naked blade transit

Tessen No Maki

  1. Katate Hazushi - single hand escape
  2. Mune Dori - Chest seizure
  3. Miken Wari or Tomoe Mawari - Eyebrow interval split
  4. Uchikomi Dome - Driving in stop
  5. Katate Ori - Single hand fold
  6. Katsura Wari - Judas tree split

Tanto No Maki

  1. Hibara Hazushi - Side escape
  2. Katate Hazushi - Single hand escape
  3. Tsukkomi Hazushi - Thrusting escape
  4. Ryote Tome or Ryote Dome - Two handed stop

Daito No Maki

  1. Nukimi Dome - Stop a draw
  2. Shiraha Dori - Naked blade seizure
  3. Suso Harai or Susobarai - Hem sweep

Bo No Maki

  1. Hanbo Uchikomi Dori - Half stick driving in seizure
  2. Rokushaku Bo Furi - Six-foot staff swing
  3. Mune Gatame - Chest control
  4. Shiho Gatame - Four direction control
  5. Futari Shime or Ninin Shime or Nininjime - two person constriction
  6. Furo Shime or Furojime - Bath strangle
  7. Shichinin Shime or Shichininjime - seven person strangle

Tanju No Maki

  1. Gan Hazushi or Me Hazushi - Face escape
  2. Mune Hazushi - Chest Escape
  3. Hibara Hazushi - Side escape

The following were added to Tanju no Maki by AJJF:

  1. Ushiro Hazushi Ichi - Rear Escape #1
  2. Ushiro Hazushi Ni - Rear Escape #2
  3. Mawari Hazushi - Turning Escape

Further additions to Kiai No Maki by AJJF in 1976 included the following additional techniques:

Keri Te

  1. Tombogeri - Dragonfly kick
  2. Kin Geri - Testicle Kick - (In the AJJF Kin Geri is the terminology used, even though the three kicks in the curriculum target the knee, groin, and solar plexus with a front kick)
  3. Yoko Geri - Side kick
  4. Mawashi Geri - Roundhouse Kick
  5. Ryo-ashi Geri - Double foot kick
  6. Mae Tobi Geri - Front jump-kick

Uke Te

  1. Jodan Uke - Upper-level Block
  2. Nagashi Uke - Flowing Block
  3. Shuto Uke - Knife Hand Block
  4. Gedan Uke - Lower-level Block

Atemi

  1. Atemi Ichi - Strike One (Side of jaw)
  2. Atemi Ni - Strike Two (Upward palm strike to chin)
  3. Atemi San - Strike Three (Upward palm strike to nose)
  4. Atemi Yon - Strike Four (Side of head above ear)
  5. Kasumi Dori - Seized by Haze (grazing knife-hand/forearm strike to side of neck)
  6. Hibara Uchi - Flank Strike (elbow to floating ribs/liver)
  7. Sui Getsu - Moon in the Water (Uppercut to solar plexus)
  8. Hon Getsu - True Moon (downward punch to bladder)
  9. Kin Geri - Testicle Kick (knee to groin)

Hanbo no Maki

  1. Ganseki Otoshi Garami - Stone-drop Entanglement
  2. Oni Kudaki - Demon Smash
  3. Ashi Kujiki - Leg Crush
  4. Ashi Gatame - Leg Pin
  5. Bo Gaeshi _ Staff Reversal
  6. Koku - Empty

Goshinjutsu --Chuden level

Self-Defense Techniques: 28 Techniques[3] added by AJJF Board of Professors, and modified periodically by them. Other DZR groups may not recognize this as a separate list, but instead may practice these techniques as common variations of techniques found in other lists. Formerly called Jokyu Yawara, Advanced Yawara, or Ladies' Yawara. Based on the original Fujin Goshin no Maki.

  1. Kata Eri Hazushi or Kataeri Hazushi - Single lapel escape
  2. Katate Tori Ni or Katatedori Ni - Single hand hold #2
  3. Katate Tori San or Katatedori San - Single hand hold #3
  4. Katate Tori Shi or Katatedori Shi - Single hand hold #4
  5. Imon Tori Ni or Emondori Ni - Breast-of-garment hold #2
  6. Kata Mune Tori or Katamunedori - Single chest hold
  7. Ude Tori or Udedori - Armlock
  8. Genkotsu Ude Tori or Genkotsu Udedori - Fist armlock
  9. Ude Gyaku Ichi or Udegyaku Ichi - Armlock #1
  10. Ude Gyaku Ni or Udegyaku Ni - Armlock #2
  11. Ninin Yubi Tori or Ninin Yubidori - Two person finger hold (formerly called Ninin Kotegarami)
  12. Kata Eri Tori or Kataeridori - Single lapel hold
  13. Ushiro Gyaku or Ushirogyaku - Rear lock
  14. Kata Hagai or Katahagai - Single wing
  15. Tekubi Shigarami - Wrist Entanglement
  16. Genkotsu Otoshi - Fist drop
  17. Hon Gyaku Ichi or Hongyaku Ichi - Basic lock #1
  18. Hon Gyaku Ni or Hongyaku Ni - Basic lock #2
  19. Ushiro Daki Nage or Ushirodakinage - Throw from rear embrace
  20. Mae Daki Nage Ichi or Maedakinage Ichi - Throw from front embrace one
  21. Mae Daki Nage Ni or Maedakinage Ni - Throw from front embrace two
  22. Kata Kuruma or Kataguruma - Shoulder wheel
  23. Hiza Garami or Hizagarami - Entangled Knee-lock (formerly called Hiki-otoshi Ichi)
  24. Mae Osaegami Nage or Mae Osaegaminage - Front holding hair throw
  25. Ushiro Osaegami Nage or Ushiro Osaegaminage - Rear holding hair throw
  26. Kesa Nage or Kesanage - Scarf throw
  27. Ashi Karami or Ashigarami or Ashi Shigarami - Foot entanglement
  28. Sannin Nage - Three person throw (called Sannin Hazushi by Prof. Law and listed in his Shinin Notes; previously included by AJJF in Shinin no Maki with same name as noted below)

Fujin Goshin no Maki --Chuden level

Women's Self Defense Scroll, 35 Techniques

Fusegi Jutsu --Chuden level

Self Defense Techniques 25 Techniques

Keisatsu Torite --Chuden level

also called Keisatsu Gijutsu: Police Arrest Techniques 120 Techniques

Shinin no Maki --Okuden level

Scroll of Confidence; 35 Techniques. Sometimes romanized as Shinen, Shinnen, Shinnin: Sometimes written with different characters to mean Scroll of the Spirit Man (Shin Nan, Shin Nin). The AJJF at one time included an additional (36th) technique (Sannin Hazushi), but no longer does so. It is now included in Goshinjutsu (see above).

  1. Isami Tasuki Nage sometimes rendered as Isami Tsuki Nage [4]
  2. Obi Hane Goshi or Obi Hanegoshi
  3. Tsurikomi Taoshi or Tsurikomidaoshi
  4. Momiji Nage or Momijinage
  5. Gyaku Hayanata
  6. Hiza Nage or Hizanage
  7. Osaekomi Gyakute Tori or Osaekomi Gyakutedori
  8. Kobushi Shime or Kobushijime
  9. Kesa Hazushi
  10. Kubi Shime Tomoe Gyakute or Kubijime Tomoe Gyakute
  11. Ninin Nage
  12. Gyakute Gaeshi or Gyakutegaeshi
  13. Hizaori Nage or Hizaorinage
  14. Gyaku Hagai
  15. Ushiro Kannuki
  16. Mae Kannuki
  17. Hikitate Tori Shime or Hikitatedorijime
  18. Ude Garami or Udegarami
  19. Ebi Shime or Ebijime
  20. Ushiro Ebi Shime or Ushiro Ebijime
  21. Gyaku Eri Shime or Gyakuerijime
  22. Ushiro Nage or Ushironage
  23. Shigarami Shime or Udeshigaramijime
  24. Ashi Kannuki
  25. Kesa Koroshi
  26. Hando Shime or Handojime
  27. Ashi Gyaku or Ashigyaku
  28. Kabe Shime or Kabejime
  29. Ashi Garami Tori or Ashigaramidori
  30. Nidan Gaeshi
  31. Satsuma Shime or Satsumajime
  32. Tataki Komi or Tatakikomi
  33. Ushiro Nage Tori or Ushironagedori
  34. Saru Shigarami
  35. Sandan Gaeshi

Shin'yō no Maki --Okuden level

Scroll of Trust; 28 Techniques also written with different characters to mean Scroll of the Yang Spirit

  1. Gyaku Hizaguruma
  2. Tsuki Hazushi Kotemaki
  3. Tsukikomi Dome and Tsukikomi Deashi
  4. Sune Shime or Sunejime
  5. Saru Shime or Sarujime
  6. Tobi Tsuki Tenada or Tobitsuki Tenata
  7. Obi Otoshi
  8. Sennin Gake
  9. Mune Dori or Munedori
  10. Tsurigane Otoshi
  11. Inazuma
  12. Denko
  13. Kasumi Dori
  14. Shishi Otoshi
  15. Tawara Gaeshi
  16. Tonbo Gaeshi
  17. Keri Komi
  18. Riuko or Ryuko
  19. Haya Nawa or Hayanawa
  20. Katate Tai Atari
  21. Tsuki Mi or Tsukimi
  22. Ate Mi or Atemi
  23. Zozu Kurawase or Zo Kurawase
  24. Tora Niramu or Tora Nirami
  25. Kiai Dori
  26. Senriyu Tomoe or Senryudome
  27. Yuki Chigai or Yukichigai
  28. Munen Musow or Munen Muso

Shinjin no Maki --Okuden level

Scroll of Belief; 35 Techniques (some groups include only 25 or 32 techniques); also rendered as Shingin no Maki due to prior methods of romanization. Some groups use different characters meaning "Scroll of Spirit Man" or "Scroll of the Original Mind/Spirit" (Shingen no Maki), or alternatively Scroll of the Divine Man (Shinjin no Maki).

  1. Ten To or Tento
  2. Riyo Mou or Ryomo
  3. Kasumi
  4. Cho Tou or Choto
  5. Jin Chiu or Jinchu
  6. Matsukaze
  7. Gebi
  8. Murasame
  9. Shichu or Hichu
  10. Danchu
  11. Kyosen aka Kyoto
  12. Suigetsu
  13. Myo Sho
  14. Kiyoin or Kyoin
  15. Tsukikage
  16. Inatsuma or Inazuma
  17. Hoka (Soto) Shiyaku Zawa
  18. Uchi Shiyaku Zawa
  19. Yakou or Yako
  20. Sen Riyu or Senryu
  21. Uchi Kibisu
  22. Kouri or Kori
  23. In Nou or Inno
  24. Doku Ko or Dokko
  25. Kaychiu or Keichu
  26. Mikazuki
  27. Kyoin aka Waki Kage
  28. Wan Sho
  29. Kyo Shin
  30. Haya Uchi
  31. Gan Ka
  32. Sori or Kusanagi
  33. Do Ko
  34. Katsu Satsu or Kassatsu
  35. Myo Jo

Kappō --Kuden level

Resuscitation Techniques, 11 Techniques originally taught by Professor Okazaki and later augmented in 1969 by Robert Reish to 35 techniques.

The original 11 techniques include:

  1. Hon Katsu (basic restoration)
  2. Ura Katsu (reverse restoration)
  3. Tanden Katsu (abdomen restoration)
  4. Nodo Katsu (mental depression restoration)
  5. Dekishi Katsu (drowning restoration)
  6. Hanaji Tome (nosebleed stop restoration)
  7. Kin Katsu (testicle blow restoration)
  8. Se Katsu (main restoration)
  9. Ashi Katsu (foot restoration)
  10. Kubi Kappō (hanging restoration)
  11. No Kappō (head restoration)

Note that the names of the 11 "original" techniques varied between different students of Professor Okazaki. The above names are the most commonly used.

Seifukujutsu --Betsuden level

Restoration Therapy 52 Techniques and Long-Life Massage

Taught as a separate tradition (betsuden) even to non-practitioners of Danzan Ryu.

Sutemi is the 1st course taught in Danzan Ryu, and comprises what are known as Ukemi in Kodokan Judo. The Yawara list is almost always taught as the first list in a curriculum, given its overall usefulness. The first seven techniques, consisting of escapes from simple grips, were once referred to as Te Hodoki (untying of hands), and were the first things taught to a prospective student. While learning the Te Hodoki, the individual's character was observed and assessed, and the teacher would decide whether or not to accept him as a student. Yawara instruction is usually integrated with instruction in breakfalls (sutemi/ukemi), and (once the student can fall safely) with the first techniques of the Nagete list. Following this comes the rest of Nagete, Shimete, Goshinjutsu (Jokyu Yawara) and Oku-no-Te, by the time a student is roughly brown belt. The Kiai no Maki Techniques are generally taught as the student approaches the black belt level, in addition to some or all of Shinin-no-Maki. Shin'yō-no-Maki and Shinjin-no-Maki are not introduced until after the black belt has been attained, in most schools. Seifukujutsu, Kappo, meditation techniques, Randori, massage, first aid, and nerve strikes may also be integrated into the curriculum at varying levels, depending on the instructor.

  1. ^ Danzan-Ryu Jujutsu Mokuroku
  2. ^ http://danzan.com/HTML/BOARDS/yawara.html
  3. ^ Medford Judo Academy - Boards - Jokyu Yawara (Goshin Jitsu)

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