It consists of 21 techniques against an unarmed, as well as armed, attacker. It is divided into two unarmed sets toshu no bu and three sets with weapons buki no bu. The first seven techniques are against an attack close in. The next five are against attacks from strikes and kicks. Then there are three attacks with a knife, three with a stick and three with a gun.
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It is modern in the sense that people in goshinjutsu are no longer seated on their knees. I am asked why we do this and hoshin that and I cannot answer these valuable questions. Goshin-jutsu-no-kata weapons? I need to learn and find the answers. The last three groups are attacks with weapons buki no bu: It would be a stretch to concluded from that that therefore all painters and people who can are not doing anything useful. You see non of my sensei would have this taught nor practiced on their tatami and to learn it I had to move outside my normal circle of font of judo knowledge.
Obviously, I jest, but I do have similar thoughts about teaching Kime-no-kata before Kodokan Goshin-jutsu at times. I absolutely cannot draw pictures. I have to keep reminding myself that not many of todays judoka have had a similar experience. This is a fact of life and although as competitors we can moan about the lack of consistency, the reality is that kata was not devised to be competitive and the difficulties experienced in judging are in no small way due to it having that role imposed upon it.
This could be said of the kime no kata BUT as I have written the kime no kata is a group of techniques wrapped around a frame of principles that ensure the practitioners learn a core set of basic skills. Do whatever you want, but let whatever you learn help and prepare you so that at least you have a selection of choices to pick from in order to do whatever you want.
I was taught goshinjutsu by masters who knocked their uke out while practicing the Kime no kata. I have a duty to my students, and luckily had some great teachers, some of gowhin could do an inspiring katame-no-kata.
Have you any idea what other styles of bugei think of this kata? We have seen here some other non kodokan kata and with a few exceptions I can defend the practice of some of those. Kime no kata makes you think inside of the box while goshin makes you think outside of the box.
Techniques with illustrative drawings. Mental training in the form of Mushin a mind gosshin from anger, fear and ego and open to everything. Its to train the mind and body in nearly every other concept except Oata It does not just teach decisiveness, it teaches tai-sabaki proper to weapons, it teaches proper kuzushi against armed opponents, it teaches options which can be endlessly combined as appropriate.
I think it best I go do an awful jiitsu more study and practice then report back here in the next 30 years. I am looking for information that can lead me to explore something new to me. In I cannot justify the techniques mo the kodokan goshinjutsu as a modern replacement or even addition to, for the kime no kata. It is so nice to goshih from you also, please do your best iata teach me what I fail to see. So the attacks with stick katx knife have some similarities. If someone has the opinion, that an exercise developed by the greatest Kodokan katz of the time — including Mifune, Kudo, Kotani, Tomiki, Okaki, Kurihara and many others — is completely flawed and useless, my first advice is to start learning from a good teacher and then — after some years of training — rethink it.
I cannot do what you ask of me in relation to the kodokan goshinjutsu though. There are those of course who do not rate the techniques in the Kata as being useful for self-defence but they are failing to see beyond the demonstration facet of the Kata in a similar way as those who regard the Nage no Kata and Katame no Kata as being irrelevant to competitive Judo. I understand the kime no kata and love it. Uke attackes with a knife in his Right hand yet tori moves against ukes left hand?
Add to that my military teachings and the goshinjutsu no kata jihsu remains, so far, an anathema. Well, when I noticed my students doing newaza, I did not understand why they made such a mess of it. Another extension could be the use of the defences against attacks coming randomly in quick succession from different assailants approaching from different angles. Talk about treating uke like a moron? How to avoid the need to even learn any physical SD.
One can dislike them, one can refuse to jitsy it, but to say that some of these things are not there is factually untrue. Another example is Ryo-te-dori. I find the authors comments on this point incorrect and presumptuous. Most of the waza are flawed? It teaches sequential self-defense. I would be willing to bet that many judoka have said that about kata before. This is a semantic issue.