Oku Te
 
Oku means "deep" and Oku Te can be interpreted as "advanced or deeper techniques". The Oku techniques are extremely effective for street self-defense. In this course, the student will learn how to combine what has been learned previously. In addition, the student will develop smoothness and fluidity in performing their techniques.

Prof. Tony Janovich makes the following comment about Oku Te: "This was, and still is my favorite list, at first to learn, and now to teach and practice. As there is a mid-point in life, Oku is the mid-point in Jujutsu. If a person makes it past this list, they will finish Jujutsu. It will be with them all of their life and with it, their life will be very satisfying."
 

1.

Deashi Hayanada

Foot sweep and armbar

2.

Ōgoshi Hayanada

Hip throw and armbar

3.

Seoi Hayanada

Shoulder throw and armbar

4.

Norimi

Body ride counter for Ogoshi

5.

Sumigaeshi

Corner counter

6.

Mizukuguri

Counter ear slap

7.

Mae Yama Kage

Front mountain shadow

8.

Komi Iri

Takedown and leg split

9.

Kote Gaeshi

Defense from two blows

10.

Saka Nuki

Stomach bump and armbar

11.

Gyakute Nage

Armbar counter for Ogoshi

12.

Hon Tomoe

Circle throw and strangle

13.

Katate Tomoe

One-armed circle throw

14.

Shigarami

Arm break and throw

15.

Gyakute Shigarami

Hold opponent helpless with one foot

16.

Kote Shigarami

Hold opponent helpless with one hand

17.

Ko Guruma

Counter for Mizukuguri

18.

Tora Nage

Tiger throw

19.

Tora Katsugi

Tiger shouldering

20.

Arashi Otoshi

Quick strangle and throw

21.

Hiki Otoshi

Wrist in knee lock

22.

Kine Katsugi

Low shoulder throw

23.

Kin Katsugi

High shoulder throw

24.

Kaza Guruma

Boston crab

25.

Jigoku Otoshi

Hell Drop

 


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