1992 年 24 巻 3 号 p. 45-54
The purpose of this study was to investigate the usage of grappling and the way of getting points by Japanese national team members competing at All-Japan weight class championships 1989. As a result of analysing the data, the following five statements can be listed as interesting points:
1. In all throwing techniques except ‘Seoinage’, the subjects were getting points by less frequent grappling.
2. In all throwing techniques, the grappling of ‘A cuff’ to ‘A side collar’ was most frequent.
3. The grappling using only ‘Lifting hand’ was frequently used in ‘Khutigari’ and ‘Deasibarai’.
4. In all throwing techniques expect ‘Kosotogari’ the grappling ‘A collar’ by both hands was used frequently.
5. Depending on their characteristics of grappling, throwing techniques can be categorized into the following three groups: a) place the lifting hand on a collar behind uke's neck and shoulder (Utimata, Ohsotogari, Kosotogari, Ohutigari), b) place the lifting hand on a front collar (Seoinage, Deasibarai) and, c) the grabbing using only lifting hand.