Tokyo; San Francisco; New York: Japan Publications Trading Company, 1967. — 224 p.The explanatory texts cover the techniques thoroughly, case by case, clause by clause, as meticulously as a legal document. Series photographs back up and clarify the explanations. Only a man who knows the techniques completely and who has mastered their very inner meanings could write a book like this one. This is why Dynamic Judo is impossible to top.This book includes the 64 throwing techniques and all of their variant application methods, which bring the total to over 100 techniques. Of course, number alone is nothing to brag about. The real value of the explanations lies in the equal depth and thoroughness with which all of them are analyzed and all of their essential meanings brought to the surface.
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Kodansha USA, 1986. — 254 p.
This book is the joint effort of two of Japan's foremost judo instructors. Isao Inokuma and Nobuyuki Sato have also been world-class judo champions, and their advice and enthusiasm have helped train countless other judo practitioners. Among their students is the sensational Yasuhiro Yamashita, who captured the All-Japan Judo Championship nine times...
Kodansha USA, 1994. — 260 p.
Judo, or the Way of Gentleness, an ideal form of physical exercise and a reliable system of self-defense, was specially created from traditional Japanese martial arts. This book by the creator of Kodokan judo is uniquely comprehensive and the most authoritative guide to this martial art ever published.
Over a hundred years ago Jigoro Kano...
London, 1984. — 143 p.
Книга чемпиона мира по дзюдо. Описаны коронные приемы в стойке и партере.
На английском языке.
Superb, both for the technical details that Kashiwazaki gives on a variety of "skillfull entrys into Ne-Waza" + the ne-waza itself but also for the aesthics (these scans do not do the original justice) and the biographical details about Kashiwazaki.
Ippon Books. 1995. — 140 p.
Positive attacking in throwing and ground work is at the heart of all the best judo. This is a fundamental attitude of world champions Katsuhihiko Kashiwazaki and Hidetoshi Nakanishi, who are now among the foremost teachers in Japan. But this boldness must be based on a sound technical understanding. Attacking Judo is a new concept in judo publishing...
Japan Publications Trading Company, 1968. — 220 p.
This is one of the best available books on katame waza. The pictures are VERY good, given its age.
All techniques are shown in sequence photography, with detailed descriptions, tips and advice from Kudo. Contents include:
Throwing Techniques: Preface, Contents, About Judo, Folio of Champions.
Fundamentals: the throwing...
1974. 193 p. english text. Japan Publications, US.
This book is the joint effort of two of Japan's foremost judo instructors. Isao Inokuma and Nobuyuki Sato have also been world-class judo champions, and their advice and enthusiasm have helped train countless other judo practitioners. Among their students is the sensational Yasuhiro Yamashita, who captured the All-Japan Judo...