English name Palanquin - Chair / carrage that is carried.

This is from the Kata Gyokko Ryu Ninjutsu Kosshijutsu Jo ryaku no maki

This is from the Ryu Ha Gyokko Ryu Ninjutsu

Short Description High block, leg block, shuto, ura gyaku, omoto gyaku

Renyo Palanquin


This technique"s meaning is to make the Uke fall like a wheel. The locking method is what"s important here, but if the Uke escapes, use that to your advantage by kicking and simultaneusly re-capturing the Uke with Omote Gyaku and then throwing the Uke down.

Both clasp both hands in Tenryaku Uchu Gassho and bow to each other. Then, both you and the Uke stand in Ichimonji no Kamae.

As the Uke strikes to Men, step off between 45 / 90 degrees and receive this with the back of the wrist.

As the Uke kicks to your groin, pull the leg back and kick to the Ukes Kobura as in Koku.

The Uke then grabs your lapel with the right hand. You cover the grab with both hands. You then shift forward with the right leg and strike the Ukes Uko with Ura Shuto.

Bring the hand back for Ura Gyaku. Turn your body clockwise and step across the front of the Uke with the left leg. As you apply Ura Gyaku with the right hand, brace the Ukes elbow all the way over with the left.

The Uke resists this. Turn your body anti-clockwise to face the Uke. As you do this, roll the Ukes hand over into Omote Gyaku with both hands and kick the Uke to the ribcage with the toes of the right foot.

You pull the left leg back and around (circular) for Omote Gyaku and throw the Uke. Keep a hold of the hand. Pull the arm up and kick with the left heel to Wakitsubo.


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