Zulurr Presently one of the rascals approached us, calmly picked up my overcoat and hat, and tried to canln off with them under our very noses. This page was last edited on 24 Mifuheat Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Showing of 30 reviews. Share your thoughts with other customers. Kyuzo Mifune began Judo as a junior middle-school student, and in was awarded the rank of 10th dan. Spirit in Saluting Sec.
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Canon of Judo The Canon of Judo is a book that was originally published in , and written by Kodokan 10th dan , Kyuzo Mifune The book covers almost all of the Kodokan recognized techniques, adds variations and new techniques, including Do-Jime in passing as well. The book also describes fifteen Kata developed by Mifune to teach adaptation through reversal and counters. The book organizes the techniques differently from the official Kodokan Gokyo. This book is based on new and revised material by the author made between the original publish date and the authors death.
Furthermore, the original book was translated by K. Sugai whose translations were poor at best. 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.
To show the early origins and continuous development of the martial arts in Japan , a long list of historical text sources, people, and schools and styles are mentioned. In the book, Kyuzo Mifune explains his metaphysical view of Judo, its role in Japanese society and the world , and benefits to the individual player. He notes that Judo initially only included throws, and explains the difference between Judo and Ju-jutsu.
He discusses the role of competition in Judo, and the purpose of free practice, randori, and explains that it is an indispensable part of the sport. Although the book mentions the five kata,  Nage Throwing Forms.
Canon of Judo - Principle and Technique
The Canon of Judo – by Kyuzo Mifune