**Figure 2** - Kōdōkan Jūdō’s three orphaned forms of counter techniques – Part 1: The gonosen-no-kata – “Forms of post-attack initiative counter throws”

Picture of stalwart Mifune Kyūzō 三船久蔵 (18831965), 6 th dan (later 10 th dan) and training partners aside the water well following practice (Keiko-go no idobata 稽古後の 井戸端) taken in 1919. Individuals depicted on the picture and marked by numbers have been identified as follows: #1: Sakuraba Takeshi 櫻庭武 (1892-1941), 4 th dan (later 8 th dan), #2: Yoshida 吉田, 3 rd dan, #3: Bokuya 牧野, 3 rd dan, #4: Nakano Shōzō 中野正三 (1888-1977), 1 st dan (later, one day prior to his death, promoted to 10 th dan), #5 Mifune Kyūzō, 6 th dan, #6: Ishiguro Keishichi 石黒敬七 (1897-1974), 4 th dan (later 8 th dan), #7: Fujio 藤生, 4 th dan, #8: Baba Jukichi/Hisakichi/Toshikichi/ Hisayoshi 馬場寿吉 (1894-1952), 4 th dan (later 9 th dan), #9: Fukui 福井, 4 th dan, #10: Matsumoto 松本, 3 rd dan, and #11: Funazaki 船崎, 4 th dan [From Yūkō no Katsudō, June 1919].

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