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Students of jujitsu learn several lists of techniques called scrolls. Scrolls focus on different aspects of the art. For instance, some scrolls contain throws, and others contain various constrictions and chokes.
A list of basic lower-level scrolls follows.

Shokyu Yawara

  1. Katate Hazushi Ichi
  2. Katate Hazushi Ni
  3. Ryote Hazushi
  4. Morote Hazushi
  5. Yubi Tori Hazushi
  6. Momiji Tori Hazushi
  7. Ryoery Hazushi
  8. Yubi Tori
  9. Moroyubi Tori
  10. Katate Tori
  11. Ryote Tori
  12. Tekubi Tori Ichi
  13. Tekubi Tori Ni
  14. Emon Tori
  15. Ryoeri Tori
  16. Akushu Kote Tori
  17. Akushu Ude Tori
  18. Akushu Kotemaki Tori
  19. Kubi Nuki Shime
  20. Hagai Shime

Nage Te

  1. Deashi Harai
  2. Sasae Ashi
  3. Okuri Harai
  4. Soto Gama
  5. Uchi Gama
  6. Soto Momo Harai
  7. Uchi Momo Harai
  8. Ogoshi
  9. Utsuri Goshi
  10. Seoi Nage
  11. Ushiro Nage
  12. Seoi Goshi
  13. Tsurikomi Goshi
  14. Harai Goshi
  15. Hane Goshi
  16. Uki Otoshi
  17. Makikomi
  18. Kane Sute
  19. Tomoe Nage
  20. Yama Arashi

Supplemental Nage

  1. Uki Goshi
  2. Koshi Guruma
  3. Tai Otoshi
  4. O Guruma
  5. O Soto Gari
  6. Te Guruma
  7. Morote Gari
  8. Sukui Nage
  9. Obi Otoshi
  10. O Soto Guruma
  11. O Soto Makikomi
  12. Ura Nage
  13. Tani Otoshi
  14. Tawara Gaeshi
  15. Yoko Wakare
  16. Uki Waza
  17. Tsubame Gaeshi
  18. Ko Uchi Gaeshi
  19. O Uchi

Shime Te

  1. Eri Gatame
  2. Kata Gatame
  3. Juji Gatame
  4. Shiho Gatame
  5. Sankaku Gatame
  6. Ushiro Gatame
  7. Namijuji Shime
  8. Gyakujuji Shime
  9. Ichimonji Shime
  10. Tsukkomi Shime
  11. Hadaka Shime Ichi
  12. Hadaka Shime Ni
  13. Hadaka Shime San
  14. Dakikubi Jime
  15. Osaegame Jime
  16. Kote Jime
  17. Tenada Jime
  18. Do Jime
  19. Ashigarami Jime
  20. Ashinada Jime
  21. Ashiyubi Jime
  22. Momo Jime
  23. Shokano Itsusoku Jime
  24. Shidare Fuji Jime
  25. Tatsumaki Jime

Supplemental Shime

  1. Waki Gatame
  2. Hara Gatame
  3. Te Gatame
  4. Hiza Gatame
  5. Ashi Gatame
  6. Ude Hishigi Juji Gatame
  7. Ura Gatame
  8. Okuri Eri Shime
  9. Kata Ha Gatame
  10. Morote Shime
  11. Sode Guruma
  12. Jigoku Shime
  13. Kata Juji Shime
  14. Oten Shime
  15. Ashi Garame

Jokyu Yawara

  1. Kataeri Hazushi
  2. Katate Tori Ni
  3. Katate Tori San
  4. Katate Tori Shi
  5. Emon Tori Ni
  6. Kata Mune Tori
  7. Ude Tori
  8. Genkotsu Ude Tori
  9. Ude Gyaku Ichi
  10. Ude Gyaku Ni
  11. Nini Dote Garami
  12. Kata Eri Tori
  13. Kote Maki Tori
  14. Ushiro Gyaku
  15. Kote Shigarami Ni
  16. Kata Hagai
  17. Tekubi Shigarami
  18. Genkotsu Otoshi
  19. Hon Gyaku Ichi
  20. Hon Gyaku Ni
  21. Ushiro Daki Nage
  22. Mae Daki Nage Ichi
  23. Mae Daki Nage Ni
  24. Kata Guruma
  25. Hiza Shigarami
  26. Mae Osakami Nage
  27. Ushiro Osakami Nage
  28. Kesa Nage
  29. Ashi Shigarami
  30. San Nin Hazushi

Oku Te

  1. Deashi Hayanada
  2. Ogoshi Hayanada
  3. Seoi Hayanada
  4. Norimi
  5. Sumigaeshi
  6. Mizukuguri
  7. Mayamakage
  8. Komiiri
  9. Sakanuki
  10. Kotegaeshi
  11. Gyakute Nage
  12. Hon Tomoe
  13. Katate Tomoe
  14. Shigarami
  15. Gyakute Shigarami
  16. Kote Shigarami
  17. Kogurama
  18. Tora Nage
  19. Tora Katsugi
  20. Arashi Otoshi
  21. Hiki Otoshi
  22. Kine Katsugi
  23. Kin Katsugi
  24. Kazaguruma
  25. Jigoku Otoshi

The jujitsu curriculum contains several more scrolls taught at the advanced brown belt and black belt level.


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Last updated: June 3, 2006