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check.gifNage no Kata: forms of throwing
check.gif Katame no Kata: forms of grappling
check.gif Ju no Kata: forms of gentleness
check.gif Kodokan Goshin Jutsu: modern self defense
check.gif Kime no Kata: forms of decision
check.gif Koshiki no Kata: forms antique
check.gif Joshi Judo Goshinho: women’s self defense
check.gif Itsutsu no Kata: forms of five
check.gif Renkoho Waza: arresting techniquesSumi Otoshi
check.gif Kime Shiki: forms of decision
check.gif Seiryoku Zen’yo Kokumin Taiiku: maximum-efficiency physical education
check.gif Nage-Waza-Ura no Kata: forms of counterthrows
check.gif Gonosen no Kata: forms of counters
check.gif Kaeshi no Kata: forms of counters
check.gif Go no Kata: forms of hardness
check.gif Go no Kata: by Gianna Giraldi, translated by Llyr C. Jones
check.gif Nage no Kata, Katame no Kata, and Ju no Kata: by Donn Draeger
check.gif A Lifetime of Judo: Keiko Fukuda
check.gif Run, Duck, Dodge, Hide and a Little Tai-Sabaki too! by Kenji Osugi
check.gif Competition, Kata, and the Art of Judo by Llyr C. Jones
check.gif Judo: An Article Led Astray by John Cornish
check.gif What is Kata by John Cornish
check.gif Discussion of Kata

fanicon.gif“Thus the principle of Judo, from the very beginning, is not one of aggression, but of flowing with things.” –Carl B. Becker