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JU NANA HON  (Basic 17 Techniques) Randori no Kata

The Aikirandoriho Kihon Junanahon No Kata (The Basic 17 Randori Techniques) were compiled by Tomiki Shihan based on his many years experience and long research.  In compiling them he chose the techniques which he thought best suited Randori (free style) and left out Waza which were too complex or dangerous as many of the Koryu Waza are.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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