The Nage No Kata consists of 15 throws performed to the right and left side of Uke. The Kata represents five individual parts, each section incorporates three techniques which are executed right and left. A total of 30 throws are performed in total. Uke and Tori work in a synchronized and harmonious display as an example of  pure Judo skills, showing the fine elements of traditional Judo spirit.

1. Te Waza (Hand Techniques)

  • Uki Otoshi – Floating drop 
  • Ippon Seoi Nage – Single arm shoulder throw
  • Kata Guruma – Shoulder wheel

2. Koshi Waza (Hip Techniques)

  • Uki Goshi – Floating hip
  • Harai Goshi – Sweeping hip
  • Tsuri Komi Goshi – Lift pull hip throw

3. Ashi Waza (Foot & Leg Techniques)

  • Okuri Ashi Harai – Sweeping ankle
  • Sasae Tsuri Komi Ashi – Propping drawing ankle
  • Uchi Mata – Inner thigh

4. Masutemi Waza (Rear Sacrifice Techniques)

  • Tomoe Nage – Stomach throw
  • Ura Nage – Rear throw
  • Sumi Gaeshi – Corner throw

5. Yoko Sutemi Waza (Side Sacrifice Techniques)

  • Yoko Gake – Side dash
    Yoko Guruma – Side wheel
    Uki Waza – Floating throw