This is a list of most of the techniques you’ll need to know for Ju-Jitsu. This list is not definitive, which is why we have put almost in the title… modern Judo is creating many more throws,  and others study earlier traditions to rediscover older throws. Some of these Ju-Jitus practitioners are adapting for their own use along with ideas synthesised  from other martial arts.

Ashi | Gaeshi | Gake | Gari | Goshi | Guruma | Maki-komi | Other | Nage | Otoshi

Ashi

De ashi barai (advancing foot sweep)
Harai-tsuri-komi-ashi (sweeping, lifting, drawing ankle)
Okuri-ashi-barai (two feet sweep)
Sasae-tsuri-komi-ashi (propping, lifting drawing ankle)

Gaeshi

Sumi-gaeshi
Tawara-gaeshi (dropping twist or rice-bale throw)

Gake

Yoko-gake (side prop)

Gari

Ko-soto-gari (minor outer reap)
Ko-uchi-gari (minor inner reap)
Morote-gari (two-handed reap)
O-soto-gari (major outer reap)
O-uchi-gari (major inner reap)

Goshi

Hane-goshi (spring hip throw)
Harai-goshi (sweeping hip throw)
O-goshi (major hip throw)
Sode-tsuri-komi-goshi (sleeve, lifting, drawing hip throw)
Tsuri-komi-goshi (lifting, pulling hip throw)
Uki-goshi (floating hip throw)
Ushiro-goshi (reverse hip throw)
Utsuri-goshi (against the hip throw)

Guruma
Ashi-guruma (leg wheel)
Hiza-guruma (knee wheel)
Kata-guruma (shoulder wheel)
Koshi-guruma (hip wheel)
O-guruma (major wheel)
O-soto-guruma (major outer wheel)
Te-guruma
Yoko-guruma (side wheel)

Maki-Komi

Harai-maki-komi (sweeping winding throw)
O-soto-maki-komi (major outer winding throw)

Other

Kani-basami (crab scissors)
Uchi-mata (inner thigh)
Uki-waza (floating technique)
Yama-arashi (mountain storm)
Yoko-wakare (side separation)

Nage

Ippon-seoi-nage (shoulder throw)
Kuki-nage (whirling throw)
Morote-seoi-nage (two-handed shoulder throw)
Seoi-nage
Sukui-nage (backward spoon throw)
Tomoe-nage (circle throw)
Ura-nage (backward throw)

Otoshi

O-soto-otoshi (major outer drop)
Seoi-otoshi (shoulder drop)
Tai-otoshi (body drop)
Tani-otoshi (valley drop)
Uki-otoshi (floating drop)
Yoko-otoshi (side drop)