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First Kumitachi

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Uchitachi

1

Stand in the posture of right hammi.

Stand in the posture of right hammi.

2

Raise the ken above the head.

Cut obliquely up, extend the ken point to uke's chest, step out with the left foot and bring up the right (From this posture, movement can be made in any direction).

4

Take one step back with the left foot and strike down.

5

Step forward with the left foot and strike.

6

Defend by adopting the attitude of a tsuki.

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Defend by cutting down. Settle the hips and adopt the attitude of a tsuki. (hitoemi)

Strike again with renzoku uchikomi.

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Second Kumitachi (See pages 26, 27)

No.

Uketachi

Uchitachi

1

Stand in the posture of right hammi.

Stand in the posture of right hammi.

2

During the blending of ki, raise the ken overhead.

Same movement as Uketachi.

4

Defend by moving into hitoemi with the left foot.

Aim at the opponent's leg and strike down.

5

Intending to cut the opponent's wrist, raise the ken.

Follow uke's ken briskly from below as it is raised and thrust with the left foot forward.

6

Step back with the right foot, adopt hitoemi, parry his thrust, and aim the ken point at his throat.

7

Follow with a thrust stepping with the right foot.

8

(Do not let the body cant at this time).

9

Defend by stepping back with the left foot.

10

Hold the opponent's ken down with your own.

11

Do not resist uke's ken, pass your ken under, and thrust stepping forward with the left foot.

12

When the thrust comes, step back with the right foot and adopt an attitude of a tsuki.

13

Step off to the right, parry his thrust.

15

Defend as if cutting down with the ken. (In practice step back with the left foot. Originally, a step forward was taken)

Finally, strike with a shomen uchi as shown.

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Stand in the posture of right hammi.

Stand in the posture of right hammi.

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Hold down the opponent's ken lightly.

Flow with uke's movement.

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Defend by stepping back with the right foot.

Step forward with the left foot to the left and respond with an uchi komi.

6

Point your ken at the opponent's center line.

7

Step to the right and parry his thrust.

10

Defend in the position of hito e mi.

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Step forward on the right foot and tsuki. Move the left foot into the position of hito e mi.

Do a Thrust.

4

Hold your opponent's ken down.

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Stand in left hammi and defend with a tsuki.

Without resisting, flow with uke's movement, bring the ken around up from below and thrust, (left hammi)

10

Step back with the left foot, defend as if cutting down, and adopt the attitude of a tsuki.

Parry his thrust and do an uchikomi.

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No.

Uketachi

Uchitachi

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Right hammi.

Right hammi.

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Step widely to the left with the left foot and strike down.

Shomen uchi komi.

4

5

Turn the body into left hammi and defend.

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8

Defend by stepping back with the left foot.

Uchi komi.

9

As shown, raise the opponent's ken and

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move forward to grasp his ken.

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Move into left hammi.

Do not grasp his ken but flow moving to the opponent's back and strike his leg.

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Defend by stepping back with the left foot.

Uchi komi.

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Blending ki, raise the ken up over the head breathing in deeply.

Same movement as uke.

5

Lower the ken to your right side.

Same movement as uke.

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Step forward with the right foot and strike with shomen uchi (Besure to strike down fully)

Shomen uchi komi.

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Thrust as the opponent raises his ken.

9

Make a flowing strike to the left.

Shomen uchi komi.

10

As shown, point the ken at your opponent for a thrust.

12

From below, control your opponent's wrist.

In preparation for another strike, raise the ken up over the head.

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Return to the initial stance.

Return to the initial stance.

Kumitachi Variations

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Cut up across the abdomen.

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Grasp your opponent's ken. Raise your hand as if lifting your own ken and strike down.

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Withdrow one foot and strike.

Cut up from below.

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Step back with the right foot, defend.

Uchikomi.

8

Advance the right foot forward and control your opponent's wrist.

Prepare to strike with another uchi komi.

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Uketachi

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Raise your hand when the opponent raises his ken. Grasp his ken when he strikes down.

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Control his elbow, and raise your hand.

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After throwing the opponent point his own ken at him.

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Second Kumitachi Variation - (1) (Ken Method)

No.

Uketachi

Uchitachi

1

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Kamae.

2

Raise the ken up over the head.

Raise the ken up over the head.

3

Block the strike (hito e mi)

Strike at uke's foot.

4

Take a large step forward with the

left foot. Control your opponent's

Thrust at uke's chest.

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Uketachi

Uchitachi

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Flow with the opponent's thrust and turn to his side. Point your ken at his throat.

Thrust from below.

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Grasp the back of the opponent's right hand with your left. Close the grip from the little finger. Step back with the left foot and turn the body.

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Second Kumitachi Variation - (1) (Body Method)

Second Kumitachi Variation - (2) (Ken Method)

This practice is for entering deep to the opponent's rear, when holding a ken.

Second Kumitachi Variation - (2) (Body Method)

Koshi Nage (Oral Instruction)

  • 1) Your body and the opponent's form a cross.
  • 2) Fully extend your hand toward the top of the wall and lower your hips.
  • 3) Look up along your extended hand. (This fits the back of your hip to your opponent's abdomen and he will ride over your hips. J

Third Kumitachi

Third Kumitachi

Hold the ken down with the left hand Stand in hito e mi.

Aikido Drawings Techniques With Ken

Hold the ken down with the left hand Stand in hito e mi.

Third Kumitachi Variation - 2 (Ken Method)

This has the same meaning as variation - 1.

Third Kumitachi Variation — 2 (Body Method)

Refer to the Second Kumitachi Variation — 2 (Body Method).

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Fourth Kumitachi Variation — 1 (Ken Method)

Compare the pictures of the Fourth Kumitachi, the Second Kumitachi Variation - 1 (Body Method), and see the picture below. Try and develop new techniques.

Fourth Kumitachi Variation — 1 (Body Method)

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Uketachi

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While making a wide turn, control the opponent's elbow.

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