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Tachi Morote Tori Nikkyo

Reference: Nikkyo

Example 1, Tachi Morote Tori Nikkyo Irimi.

Movie of Tachi Morote Tori Nikkyo Irimi.

Fig. 1 Start Fig. 2 Boken Raised Fig. 3 Grab Wrist Fig. 4 Arm Over

  1. Fig. 1 shows the start with Uke and Nage spaced so that Uke's extended lead hand does not quite touch Nage's extended sword.
  2. In Fig. 2 Nage's Boken is at the top of the Tachi Shomen Uchi and Uke has started moving in.
  3. In Fig. 3 Uke steps in and grasp Nage's wrist with Morote Tori.
  4. In Fig. 4 Nage moves back slightly, pulling Uke forward and at the same time raising the Boken Ikkyo style to move it to the other side of Uke and Nage. Nage's left hand has moved to Uke's elbow for the Ikkyo grip.

    Fig. 5 2nd Irimi Step Fig. 6 Nikkyo Grip Fig. 7 Apply Nikkyo

  5. In Fig. 5 Nage has just taken the 2nd Irimi Step and has Uke well off balance near the end of the Ikkyo. It is time for Nage to change to Nikkyo.
  6. Fig. 6 shows the Nikkyo grip with Nage's left hand beneath Uke's right arm holding the pommel of the boken..
  7. Fig. 7 shows Uke being cut down with the Nikkyo.

Example 2, Tachi Morote Tori Nikkyo Tenkan.

Movie of Tachi Morote Tori Nikkyo Tenkan.

Fig. 8 Start Fig. 9 Boken Raised Fig. 10 Grab Wrist Fig. 11 Ikkyo Grip

  1. Fig. 8 shows the start with Uke and Nage spaced so that Uke's extended lead hand does not quite touch Nage's extended sword.
  2. In Fig. 9 Nage's Boken is at the top of the Tachi Shomen Uchi and Uke has started moving in.
  3. In Fig. 10 Uke steps in and grasp Nage's wrist with Morote Tori.
  4. In Fig. 11 Nage moves back slightly, pulling Uke forward and at the same time raising the Boken Ikkyo style. Nage's left hand has moved to Uke's elbow for the Ikkyo grip.

    Fig. 12 1st Tenkan Step Fig. 13 2nd Tenkan Step Fig. 14 Nikkyo Grip Fig. 15 Apply Nikkyo

  5. Fig. 12 shows Nage at the end of the 1st Tenkan Step.
  6. In Fig. 13 Nage has just taken the 2nd Tenkan Step and has Uke well off balance near the end of the Ikkyo. It is time for Nage to change to Nikkyo.
  7. Fig. 14 shows the Nikkyo grip with Nage's left hand beneath Uke's right arm holding the pommel of the boken..
  8. Fig. 15 shows Uke being cut down with the Nikkyo.

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