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Te-guruma is a member of the sukui-nage group of throws, but is applied to the throws in the video demonstration. Often used as a counter, tori drops one hand to the leg of uke (either will work) and lifts up with their hand turning uke upside down.

 

From a stationary position, the hikite of tori drops to the outside leg of uke as in kata-soto-ashi-dori, but instead of driving back lifts high into the air. This technique against a male opponent can become kin-tsukami (testicle grab), and also be known as ude-guruma (arm wheel).

Hand Wheel Te-guruma