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Grasp the hilt of the opponent's ken with your

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This technique is called "Shinken Shiraha Dori". It is very important to raise the ken along the opponent's center when taking it from him.

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Grasp the hilt of the opponent's ken with your left hand. Step on his right foot with your right foot, extend your hand to his chin and fell him while taking his ken.

Tachidori No. 8

Uke — Place your right arm under the opponent's left elbow. Raise your hand as if lifting a ken and throw him as if striking.

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Tachidori No. 9

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Tachidori No. 9

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Hold the opponent's left hand

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from below. With your left

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hand grasp his ken hilt.

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Withdraw your right foot. Do

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Turn the hips and extend your

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side toward his face.

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Take his ken with your left

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This technique is called "San-kyo."

The explanations of Ikkyo through Gokyo techniques will be covered in Volume III.

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This technique is called Yon-kyo.

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Stand with the jo in front of the left foot.

Prepare to thrust.

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With the left foot, take a large step to the left front and thrust. (Kaeshi tsuki)

Thrust straight forward.

5

Withdraw the jo when Uke thrusts and hold his jo down.

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Jodan gaeshi.

Thrust straight once again. (Choku tsuki).

8 9

More to right hanmi and strike the opponent's head.

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Stand with the jo in front of the left foot.

Prepare to thrust.

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With the left foot, step forward to the left, and, flowing with the thrust, defend.

Thrust straight forward.

5

Thrust of the opponent's face.

Jodan gaeshi

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Move your body to the right and block his low strike. As shown, strike at the opponent's head.

Strike low to the leg.

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