The Canon of Judo: Classic Teachings on Principles and Techniques [Kyuzo Mifune, Fran├žoise White] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Canon of Judo is a book was originally published in , and written by Kodokan 10th dan, Kyuzo Mifune (). The book covers almost all of the . Canon Of Judo: Classic Teachings On Principles And Techniques by Kyuzo Mifune, , available at Book Depository with free.

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Canon Of Judo: Classic Teachings On Principles And Techniques

Write a customer review. Kyuzo Mifune began Judo as a junior middle-school student, and in was awarded the rank of 10th dan. It is ‘required reading’ if you plan to compete.

The book explains all Judo Kodokan’s techniques, with a lot of author’s personal advices. Mjfune fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. In another part of the History of Japan it is recorded that in the 7th year of the reign of’ Emperor Suijin 28 B.

Wikiquote has quotations related to: Originally, in Tenshin Shinyo School, body attack and folding and fighting of body and arms are regarded as its basis, while the characteristic of Kito School was throwing technique, and the Kodokan Judo, originated by Master Kano owes very much to the above two schools for khuzo foundation of the technique. Judo people know who they are the rest of you will just have to look them up. Jkdo Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1.

The book also describes fifteen Kata developed by Mifune to teach adaptation through reversal and counters. Share your thoughts with other customers. No matter that it is an older book with not the best photography–for grappling’s sake–the book is written by a legend, Mifune, himself. Kyuzo Mifune began Judo as a junior middle-school student, and in was awarded the rank of 10th dan.

The book reads much easier however, I still like the original better. This book is good for the beginner or the expert. Hamano held an arena at Misuji-machi, Asakusa, and his disciples numbered 3, Way of breaking and preparatory notion For example, “Or this is to throw him down by foot sweeping instant before his advanced-feet are fixed in order to change his position or break your balance.


Master Kano graduated from the Imperial University of Tokyo in the year of Meiji, but, not satisfactory to possess himself all what he had acquired through his study and training of Jujutsu, moved his abode in the 15th year of Meiji to Eishoji Temple at Shitaya, where he originated Judo out of Jujutsu which he had much reformed.

They had been misled by our good clothes and had imagined that we would be easy prey. As to limits of Jujutsu no idea is fixed and definite: The book is great motivation for those driven intrinsically, and if one continues to study this manual, eventually new truths unfold and become apparent.

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A must have item for judokas. Good luck kyhzo a copy! Mifune took a hand in the game. It was the age of civil wars and about years ago. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Kodokan Judo Throwing Techniques.

The exercise hall was only a mat room occupying part of the temple and the trainees numbered only nine in all. Preparatory and Final Training Body protection – How to practise It also contains a completely new layout. Doesn’t get any better than that. After developing many new Judo techniques and variations, he came to be known as the “God of Judo.

He was not physically imposing cm tall and 56 kgbut he made up for that with his kyuzzo hard training and logical, scientific approach to Judo. Harrison mfiune, he wrote a book foreword that was simple but expressed Mifune’s philosophical nature: So Araki Muninsai must be the originator of the Branch. Come on, let’s settle the matter by mifkne. However, Ishizue, miune, died in the 14th year of Meiji, so Kano received instruction under Iikubo Kohei, a great master of Kito School, and learned a great deal under him.

Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. According to Dobogoyen the title of a bookNomura Gen-i of Shinmachi was a disciple of Hitotsubashi Jyokensai, a celebrated master of Jujutsu that time.


The reason why Master Kano originated Kodokan Judo was that whereas the Jujutsu of various schools or branches as feat of arms which so far existed had their own characteristics and defects in many points, and their direct aims were solely to acquire the ways to attack and defend. The translations and descriptions have been updated.

THE CANON OF JUDO: Classic Teachings on Principles and Techniques – Mifune/Kyuzo – Google Books

The wrestling in those times was a desperate match and Tomaketsu-Hayato was supposed to be the best wrestler of the age and very arrogant and insolent, but when he played a match with Nomi-no-Sukune by order of the Emperor, he was defeated and kicked down to death.

Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Kyuzo Mifune began Judo as a junior middle-school student, and in was awarded the rank of 10th dan.

mjfune This is attributable to the cnon factor of the gist developed, and what Judo has enjoyed in the tradition and culture descended down in Japan. The first thing noticeable about the book is the hardbound covering, it’s a Judogi material! The most interesting thing about this book is the ‘reference’ techniques, that you won’t find easily elsewhere Judo’s origins date back to ancient times, and through the course of its long history it has evolved into one of Japan’s most renowned heritages, assimilating many aspects of Japanese culture.

If one really wants a deeper understanding of grappling and martial arts in general and the specifics of Judo, then one needs to somehow procure this manual and keep it often for reference. Meaning of Free-play Training User login Log in using OpenID: