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Lists of new techniques required for each belt up to and including 2nd dan. Technically, at each rank test the student can be tested on any techniques learned for any previous rank. New belt requirement charts are available in the Documents section.

Yellow Belt (Gokyu) Requirements

Aiki Jujitsu #1 (1-30)
Katame Waza #1 (1-9)
Katame Waza #2 (1-4)
Sutemi Waza (1-2)
Osoto Gari

Green Belt (Yonkyu) Requirements

Aiki Jujitsu #2
Nage (1-9,12,16,19)
Katame Waza #2 (1-4)
Katame Waza pins
Sutemi Waza (4-6)
Kempo #1

Blue Belt (Sankyu) Requirements

Kempo #2
Gyaku (1-9)
Comealongs
Nage (10)

Purple Belt (Nikyu) Requirements

Aiki Jujitsu #3 (1-20)
Sutemi Waza (10-12)
Kempo #3 (1-15)
Nage (11,14-15,17-18,20-23,28-30)

Brown Belt (Ikkyu) Requirements

Chokes and Strangles
Kempo #3 (16-25)
Gyaku (10-25)
Nage (13,24-27)

1st Degree Black Belt (Shodan) Requiremnts

Six months supervised teaching
Sutemi Waza (7-9)
Nage No Kata
Tensho Aiki
Aiki Jujitsu #3 (21-30)

2nd Degree Black Belt (Nidan) Requirements

One year supervised teaching
Aiki Jujitsu #4
Kempo #4 [Knife defense]
Kempo #5 [Club defense]
Optional: Kempo #6 [Boxer defense]

To achieve 3rd dan, usually a black belt in another system (often another jujitsu or jujitsu-like system) is required. Ranks of 3rd dan and above are bestowed upon individuals based on their years of experience, dedication, teaching ability, and ultimately the discretion of the head instructor and senior black belts.

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