TECHNICAL PROGRAM TAKEMUSU AIKIDO ASSOCIATION ISRAEL
 

This program is the minimum requirement for examination.

Examination usually requires more technical knowledge than described here.


TAI JUTSU PROGRAM

Gokyu
(Mininum of 30 days of training)

Hanmi
Tai Sabaki
Ukemi (Mae / Ushiro / Yoko)
Katate Dori Tai No Henko (Kihon and Ki-no-nagare)
Morote Dori Kokyu Ho (Kihon)
Shomen Uchi Dai Ikkyo (Omote and Ura)
Katate Dori Shiho Nage (Omote and Ura)
Shomen Uchi Irimi Nage
Suwari Waza Ryote Dori Kokyu Ho (Chudan)

Ken Suburi Nanahon
Roku No Jo

Yonkyu
(Minimum of 40 days of training)

Shomen Uchi Dai Nikyo (Omote and Ura)
Kata Dori Dai Ikkyo (Omote and Ura)
Kata Dori Dai Nikyo (Omote and Ura)
Yokomen Uchi Shiho Nage (only Omote)

31 No Jo Kata

Sankyu
(Minimum of 50 days of training)

Shomen Uchi Dai Sankyo (Omote and Ura)
Shomen Uchi Dai Yonkyo (Omote and Ura)
Kata Dori Dai Sankyo (Omote and Ura)
Kata Dori Dai Yonkyo (Omote and Ura)
Ryote Dori Shiho Nage (Omote and Ura)
Shomen Uchi Kote Gaeshi
Tsuki (Chudan) Kote Gaeshi
Katate Dori Kote Gaeshi
Ryote Dori Tenchi Nage
Tsuki (Chudan) Irimi Nage
Suwari Waza Shomen Uchi Dai Ikkyo (Omote and Ura)
Suwari Waza Shomen Uchi Dai Nikyo (Omote and Ura)
Suwari Waza Shomen Uchi Dai Sankyo (Omote and Ura)
Suwari Waza Shomen Uchi Dai Yonkyo (Omote and Ura)

Go No Awase
Shichi No Awase

Nikyu
(Minimum of 50 days of training)

Yokomen Uchi Dai Ikkyo (Omote and Ura)
Yokomen Uchi Dai Nikyo (Omote and Ura)
Yokomen Uchi Dai Sankyo (Omote and Ura)
Yokomen Uchi Dai Yonkyo (Omote and Ura)
Yokomen Uchi Dai Gokyo (only Ura)
Katate Dori Irimi Nage (Jodan / Chudan / Gedan)
Yokomen Uchi Irimi Nage
Katate Dori Kaiten Nage (Soto and Uchi Mawari)
Shomen Uchi Shiho Nage (only Omote)
Katate Dori Dai Ikkyo (Omote and Ura)
Katate Dori Dai Nikyo (Omote and Ura)
Katate Dori Dai Sankyo (Omote and Ura)
Katate Dori Dai Yonkyo (Omote and Ura)
Ryote Dori Dai Ikkyo (Omote and Ura)
Ryote Dori Dai Nikyo (Omote and Ura)
Ryote Dori Dai Sankyo (Omote and Ura)
Ryote Dori Dai Yonkyo (Omote and Ura)
Ushiro Ryote Dori Dai Ikkyo (Omote and Ura)
Ushiro Ryote Dori Dai Nikyo (Omote and Ura)
Hanmi Handachi Waza Katate Dori Shiho Nage (only Omote)

13 No Jo Kata

Ikkyu
(Minimum of 70 days of training)

Shomen Uchi Kaiten Nage (Soto and Uchi Mawari)
Tsuki (Chudan) Kaiten Nage (only Soto Mawari)
Hantai Katate Dori Kote Gaeshi
Ryote Dori Kote Gaeshi
Katate Dori Kokyu Nage (Jodan / Chudan / Gedan)
Ushiro Ryote Dori Dai Sankyo (Omote and Ura)
Ushiro Ryote Dori Dai Yonkyo (Omote and Ura)
Suwari Waza Kata Dori Dai Ikkyo (Omote and Ura)
Suwari Waza Kata Dori Dai Nikyo (Omote and Ura)
Suwari Waza Kata Dori Dai Sankyo (Omote and Ura)
Suwari Waza Kata Dori Dai Yonkyo (Omote and Ura)
Suwari Waza Yokomen Uchi Dai Ikkyo (Omote and Ura)
Suwari Waza Yokomen Uchi Dai Nikyo (Omote and Ura)
Suwari Waza Yokomen Uchi Dai Sankyo (Omote and Ura)
Suwari Waza Yokomen Uchi Dai Yonkyo (Omote and Ura)
Suwari Waza Yokomen Uchi Dai Gokyo (only Ura)
Hanmi Handachi Waza Katate Dori Kaiten Nage (only Soto Mawari).

Jo Suburi Nijuppon


Shodan (1st degree)
(Minimum of 1 year of training)
All candidates are required to know the terminology of Aikido as well as its history and origins.

Kata Dori Shiho Nage (Omote Waza)
Kata Dori Kote Gaeshi
Kata Dori Irimi Nage (2 Forms)
Ryote Dori Koshi Nage (3 Forms)
Katate Dori Koshi Nage (2 Forms)
Shomen Uchi Koshi Nage
Yokomen Uchi Koshi Nage
Ryote Dori Kokyu Nage (2 Forms - Soto and Uchi Mawari)
Morote Dori Kokyu Nage (2 Forms)
Tsuki Dai Rokkyo
Ushiro Ryote Dori Kote Gaeshi (2 Forms)
Ushiro Ryote Dori Koshi Nage
Ushiro Ryote Dori Kokyu Nage (2 Forms)
Ushiro Ryo Kata Dori Kokyu Nage
Hanmi Handachi Waza Shomen Uchi Irimi Nage
Hanmi Handachi Waza Shomen Uchi Kote Gaeshi
Hanmi Handachi Waza Shomen Uchi Kaiten Nage (Soto Mawari)
Suwari Waza Ryote Dori Kokyu Ho (Jodan / Gedan)
Jo Dori: Choku Tsuki Kokyu Nage (1 form from Gyaku Hanmi)
Jo Dori: Choku Tsuki Kokyu Nage (2 Forms from Ai Hanmi)
Tachi Dori: Shomen Uchi Kote Gaeshi (from Gyaku Hanmi)
Tachi Dori: Shomen Uchi Kokyu Nage (from Ai Hanmi)
Tanken Dori: Yokomen Uchi Dai Gokyo (Ura Waza)
Tanken Dori: Tsuki (Chudan) Kote Gaeshi.

Jo Suburi Nijuppon
Ken Suburi Nanahon
Ken No Awase


Nidan (2nd degree)
(Minimum of 2 years of training)
All candidates are required to have in-depth knowledge of the technical terminology and history of Aikido, including biographical information about the Founder. The candidate should have passed the Shodan Buki Waza examination.

Morote Dori Kokyu Ho (Kihon - second form)
Morote Dori Kokyu Ho (Ki no nagare)
Muna Dori Juji Nage
Yokomen Uchi Koshi Nage (2 Forms)
Ushiro Ryote Dori Juji Nage
Ushiro Ryote Dori Koshi Nage (2 Forms)
Ninin Dori Kokyu Nage
Morote Dori Koshi Nage (2 Forms)
Ki No Nagare of the following series:
Kata Dori Dai Ikkyo (Omote and Ura Waza)
Kata Dori Dai Nikyo (Omote and Ura Waza)
Kata Dori Dai Sankyo (Omote and Ura Waza)
Kata Dori Dai Yonkyo (Omote and Ura Waza)
Katate Dori Dai Ikkyo (Omote and Ura Waza)
Katate Dori Dai Nikyo (Omote and Ura Waza)
Katate Dori Dai Sankyo (Omote and Ura Waza)
Katate Dori Dai Yonkyo (Omote and Ura Waza)
Shomen Uchi Dai Ikkyo (Omote and Ura Waza)
Shomen Uchi Dai Nikyo (Omote and Ura Waza)
Shomen Uchi Dai Sankyo (Omote and Ura Waza)
Shomen Uchi Dai Yonkyo (Omote and Ura Waza)
Jo Dori: Choku Tsuki Kokyu Nage (1 form from Gyaku Hanmi)
Jo Dori: Choku Tsuki Kokyu Nage (1 form from Ai Hanmi)
Tachi Dori: Shomen Uchi Irimi Nage (from Gyaku Hanmi)
Tachi Dori: Shomen Uchi Dai Rokkyo (from Gyaku Hanmi)
Tachi Dori: Shomen Uchi Kokyu Nage (from Gyaku Hanmi)
Tachi Dori: Shomen Uchi Kokyu Nage (from Ai Hanmi)
Tanken Dori: Yokomen Uchi Shiho Nage (Omote Waza)
Tanken Dori: Yokomen Uchi Dai Gokyo (Ura Waza)
Tanken Dori: Shomen Uchi Dai Gokyu (Ura Waza from Gyaku Hanmi)
Tanken Dori: Shomen Uchi Dai Gokyu (Ura Waza from Ai Hanmi)
Tanken Dori: Shomen Uchi Kote Gaeshi (Kihon)
Tanken Dori: Shomen Uchi Kote Gaeshi (Ki no nagare - 2 Forms)
Tanken Dori: Choku Tsuki Kokyu Nage
Tanken Dori: Choku Tsuki Kaiten Nage (Soto Mawari - 2 Forms)

Tanken Dori: Choku Tsuki Kote Gaeshi
Tanken Dori: Choku Tsuki Dai Rokkyo

31 No Jo Kata
13 No Jo Kata


Sandan (3rd degree)
(Minimum of 2 years of training)
At this level there should be no gaps in the knowledge of the technical terminology and teaching methodology. The candidate should have passed the Nidan Buki Waza examination.

Morote Dori Kokyu Ho (3rd, 4th and 5th forms)
Ushiro Ryote Dori Kote Gaeshi (2 Forms)
Ushiro Ryote Dori Dai Sankyo
Ushiro Ryote Dori Koshi Nage
Ushiro Kubi Shime Kokyu Nage
Ushiro Kubi Shime Koshi Nage
Ushiro Kubi Shime Juji Nage
Ushiro Ryokata Dori Kokyu Nage (3 Forms)
Hiji Dori Kokyu Nage (2 Forms)
Sode Dori Kokyu Nage (2 Forms)
Sode Guchi Dori Kokyu Nage
Morote Dori Koshi Nage (3 Forms)
Morote Dori Kokyu Nage (3 Forms)
Ryote Dori Kokyu Nage (3 Forms)
Ryokata Dori Kokyu Nage (2 Forms)
Ryokata Dori Aiki Otoshi (2 Forms)
Ki No Nagare of the following series:
Yokomen Uchi Katame Waza (Omote and Ura Waza)
Ushiro Ryote Dori Katame Waza (Omote and Ura Waza)
Morote Dori Katame Waza (Omote and Ura Waza)*
* Shite Kara Ue Ni / Ue Kara Shite Ni
Shomen Uchi Shiho Nage (Omote Waza)
Shomen Uchi Irimi Nage
Shomen Uchi Kote Gaeshi
Shomen Uchi Koshi Nage
Ninin Dori Kokyu Nage
Ninin Dori Shiho Nage
Jo Dori: Choku Tsuki Shiho Nage
Jo Dori: Choku Tsuki Kokyu Nage (4 Forms from Ai Hanmi)
Jo Dori: Choku Tsuki Kokyu Nage (3 Forms from Gyaku Hanmi)
Jo Dori: Choku Tsuki Dai Rokkyo (from Gyaku Hanmi and Ai Hanmi)
Tachi Dori: Shomen Uchi Kokyu Nage (3 Forms from Ai Hanmi)
Tachi Dori: Shomen Uchi Kokyu Nage (2 Forms from Gyaku Hanmi)

Tanken Dori: perfection of the complete program

Kumi Tachi Gohon
Ki Musubi No Tachi
Zen no Giri
Hachi no Giri
Happo Giri


Yondan (4th degree)
(Minimum of 3 years of training - minimum age 22 years)
It is required that the candidate should have in-depth knowledge of the complete preceding technical programs, of the history of Aikido and of the life of the Founder O Sensei UESHIBA MORIHEI. Moreover, the candidate should know Oyo Waza and Henka Waza. The candidate should demonstrate sufficient knowledge of the Buki Waza program up to the end of Yondan.

Katate Dori Kokyu Nage (4 Forms - Kihon/Ki No Nagare)
Katate Dori Sumi Otoshi
Kata Dori Kokyu Nage (3 Forms)
Muna Dori Kokyu Nage (4 Forms)
Muna Dori Koshi Nage
Ushiro Ryokata Dori Kokyu Nage (6 Forms)
Ushiro Ryokata Dori Aiki Otoshi
Ushiro Kubi Shime Kokyu Nage (3 Forms)
Ushiro Eri Kubi Dori Kokyu Nage (4 Forms)
Ushiro Eri Kubi Dori Ude Garami
Ushiro Eri Kubi Dori Katame Waza
Ushiro Eri Kubi Dori Shiho Nage Ki No Nagare (Omote Waza)
Ushiro Dori Kokyu Nage
Sannin Dori Kokyu Nage
Ki No Nagare of the following series:
Morote Dori Koshi Nage (5 Forms: Shita Kara Ue Ni/Ue Kara Shita Ni)
Ryote Dori Kokyu Nage (4 Forms)
Ryote Dori Tenchi Nage
Ryokata Dori Kokyu Nage (3 Forms)
Jo Dori: perfection of the complete program
Jo Mochi Nage Waza: Shiho Nage
Jo Mochi Nage Waza: Nikyo / Ude Garami
Jo Mochi Nage Waza: Kokyu Nage (5 Forms)
Tachi Dori: perfection of the complete program
Tachi Dori: Shomen Uchi Dai Sankyo (da Ai Hanmi)
Tachi Dori: Shomen Uchi Dai Yonkyo (da Ai Hanmi)
Tanken Dori: perfection of the complete program

San Ju Ichi No Kumi Jo
Ju San No Jo Awase


Godan (5th degree)

For this rank, no specific technical program exists for Tai Jutsu because it is received SUISENJO (ad honorem).

For the Buki Waza examination program for this rank there exists the following:

Kumi Jo Juppon
Ken Tai Jo No Awase

BUKI WAZA PROGRAM

Aiki No Jo (The Jo of Aiki)

Jo Kamae (position of the jo):
Migi (right)
Hidari (left)
Tsuki No Kamae (tsuki position)
Ken No Kamae (position of the sword)
Jo Suburi Nijuppon (20 movements of the jo)
1. Choku Tsuki
2. Kaeshi Tsuki
3. Ushiro Tsuki
4. Tsuki Gedan Gaeshi
5. Tsuki (Jodan) Gaeshi Uchi
6. Shomen Uchi Komi
7. Renzoku Uchi Komi
8. Menuchi Gedan Gaeshi
9. Menuchi Ushiro Tsuki
10. Gyaku Yokomen Ushiro Tsuki
11. Katate Gedan Gaeshi
12. Katate Toma Uchi
13. Katate Hachinoji Gaeshi
14. Hasso Gaeshi Uchi
15. Hasso Gaeshi Tsuki
16. Hasso Gaeshi Ushiro Tsuki
17. Hasso Gaeshi Ushiro Uchi
18. Hasso Gaeshi Ushiro Barai

19. Hidari Nagare Gaeshi Uchi
20. Migi Nagare Gaeshi Tsuki
Jo Barai Nanahon (7 blocks with the jo)
Jo Kata (jo forms):
San Ju Ichi No Jo Kata (31)
Ju San No Jo Kata (13)
San Ju Ichi No Kumi jo (execution of the 31 Kata with a partner)
Ju San No jo awase (execution of the 13 Kata with a partner)
Kumijo Juppon (10 Kumi Jo)
Henka No Jo (the Jo of variations)
Jo No Riai

Aiki No Ken (The Ken (sword) of Aiki)

Ken No Kamae (position of the ken):
Migi (right)
Hidari (left)
Ken Suburi Nanahon (7 movements with the Ken)
Ichi No Suburi (First movement)
Ni No Suburi (Second movement)
San No Suburi (Third movement)
Yon No Suburi (Fourth movement)
Go No Suburi (Fifth movement)
Roku No Suburi (Sixth movement)
Shichi No Suburi (Seventh movement)
Aiki Ken No Awase Ho (methods of harmonization of the ken)
Migi No Awase
Hidari No Awase
Go No Awase
Shichi No Awase
Kumi Tachi Gohon (5 movement executed with a partner)
Ki Musubi No Tachi (the sword of the unification of ki)

Happo Giri (striking in 8 directions)
Henka No Tachi (the ken of variations)
Ken No Riai
Ken Tai Jo No Awase (harmonization of the ken and the jo with the body)
Choku Barai
Kaeshi Barai
Kaiten Barai
Ken Tai Jo Yon
Ken Tai Jo Go
Ken Tai Jo Roku
Ken Tai Jo Shichi

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