Judo Tachi-Waza (Standing Techniques)

Nage-Waza (Throwing Techniques)

Te-Waza (Hand Techniques)

  • Seoi-Nage (Shoulder Throw)
  • Tai-Otoshi (Body Drop)
  • Kata-Guruma (Shoulder Wheel)
  • Sukui-Nage (Scoop Throw)
  • Uki-Otoshi (Floating Drop)
  • Sumi-Otoshi (Corner Drop)
  • Obi-Otoshi (Belt Drop)
  • Seoi-Otoshi (Shoulder Drop)
  • Yama-Arashi (Mountain Storm)
  • Morote-Gari (Double Leg Takedown)
  • Kuchiki-Taoshi (Dead Tree Drop)
  • Kibisu-Gaeshi (Heel Trip Reversal)
  • Uchimata-Sukashi (Inner Thigh Throw Slip)
  • Kouchi-Gaeshi (Small Inner Clip Reversal)
  • Ippon Seoi Nage (One Arm Shoulder Throw)

    Koshi-Waza (Hip Techniques)

  • Uki-Goshi (Floating Hip)
  • O-Goshi (Major Hip Throw)
  • Koshi-Guruma (Hip Wheel)
  • Tsurikomi-Goshi (Lifting Pulling Hip Throw)
  • Harai-Goshi (Sweeping Hip Throw)
  • Tsuri-Goshi (Lifting Hip Throw)
  • Hane-Goshi (Springing Hip Throw)
  • Utsuri-Goshi (Changing Hip Throw)
  • Ushiro-Goshi (Rear Hip Throw)
  • Daki-Age (Hug Lift)
  • Sode-Tsurikomi-Goshi (Sleeve Lifting Pulling Hip Throw)
  • Ashi-Waza (Foot Techniques)

  • Deashi-Harai (Forward Foot Sweep)
  • Hiza-Guruma (Knee Wheel)
  • Sasae-Tsurikomi-Ashi (Lifting Pulling Ankle Block)
  • Osoto-Gari (Large Outer Reap)
  • Ouchi-Gari (Large Inner Reap)
  • Kosoto-Gari (Small Outer Reap)
  • Kouchi-Gari (Small Inner Reap)
  • Okuri-Ashi-Harai (Following Foot Sweep)
  • Uchimata (Inner Thigh Throw)
  • Kosoto-Gake (Small Outside Hook)
  • Ashi-Guruma
  • Harai-Tsurikomi-Ashi
  • O-Guruma
  • Osoto-Guruma
  • Osoto-Otoshi
  • Tsubame-Gaeshi
  • Osoto-Gaeshi
  • Ouchi-Gaeshi
  • Hane-Goshi-Gaeshi
  • Harai-Goshi-Gaeshi
  • Uchimata-Gaeshi
  • Ma-Sutemi-Waza (Sacrifice Techniques)

  • Tomoe-Nage
  • Sumi-Gaeshi
  • Ura-Nage
  • Hikkomi-Gaeshi
  • Tawara-Gaeshi
  • Yoko-Sutemi-Waza (Side Sacrifice Techniques)

  • Yoko-Otoshi
  • Tani-Otoshi
  • Hane-Makikomi
  • Soto-Makikomi
  • Uki-Waza
  • Yoko-Wakare
  • Yoko-Guruma
  • Yoko-Gake
  • Daki-Wakare
  • Uchi-Makikomi
  • Kani-Basami{Not allowed in competition}
  • Osoto-Makikomi
  • Uchimata-Makikomi
  • Harai-Makikomi
  • Kawazu-Gake{No longer a legal technique}
  • "The aim of judo is to utilize physical and mental strength most effectively. Its training is to understand the true meaning of life through the mental and physical training of attack and defense. You must develop yourself as a person and become a useful citizen to society."
    -Jigoro Kano, Founder of Judo