NAGE-NO-KATA ( Forms of Throwing)
Three representative techniques are chosen from each of five Nagewazas.
KATAME-NO-KATA (Forms of Grappling or Holding)
Five model techniques are chosen from each of three Katamewazas.
KIME-NO-KATA (Forms of Decision)
This is to learn the most valuable techniques in an actual fight. They consist of the techniques in a kneeling position and in a standing position.
JU-NO-KATA (Forms of Gentleness)
The ways of attack and defense are arranged in very gentle and expressive movements.
THE KODOKAN GOSHIN-JUTSU (Forms of Self-Defense)
The modern technique of Self-Defense consists of empty-handed techniques and techniques with weapons.
ITSUTSU-NO-KATA (Forms of "Five")
These forms are incomplete though they should have been included in the parts of the great Judo system by Prof. Kano.
KOSHIKI-NO-KATA (Antique forms)
Prof. Kano revised and adopted these forms so as to show the substance of Judo.
This is the form of National Physical Education.