Both sides grapple in right natural posture. Tori advances with his left foot, then his right foot, then his left foot again, while pushing Uke back, and begins to break his balance.
Uke is pushed back, and steps back with his right, foot then his left foot, then his right foot again. He pushes Tori back, and begins to step forward with his right foot.
In time with Uke pushing back, Tori steps his right foot between Ukes feet and moves his left foot back diagonally, and while taking a right posture, he lessens the pushing action of the left hand and pulls instead, so that Uke begins to step forward with his right foot.
At the moment Uke moves his right foot forward and begins to transfer his weight on to it, Tori lifts and pulls with his right hand, pulls forward and upward with the left hand, while opening it to the outside slightly, and lifts Uke to the right front corner, breaking his balance.
At this moment, Tori steps his right foot inside Ukes right foot, bends the right knee and lowers the waist, while turning his body left by pivoting on the tip of the right foot. He steps his left foot back and round to the inside of Ukes left foot and puts the back of his wais below the front of Ukes waist (above the front of his thighs). At the same time, Tori slides his right arm up from the right side of Ukes chest to the inside of Ukes right armpit, bringing the right upper arm (under the shoulder) tight against Ukes armpit. He draws firmly with the left hand, so that Ukes right arm covers the top of his right arm.
Tori pulls even more firmly with both hans while straightening his knees and raising his waist in one stroke. He leans forward, while lifting the front of Ukes waist up with the back of his waist. Tori then throws Uke in a large rotation around the fulcrum of his right shoulder.
In this technique, Tori breaks Ukes balance toward the front right corner, carries his right armpit on the right upper arm at the moment Uke advances with his right foot, and executes the throw.
At the moment Uke begins to step forward with his right foot and pushes back, Tori lessens the pulling action with the right hand so that Ukes right foot is drawn out. At that point, Tori assumes a stable right posture, and at the moment Uke has stepped forward with his right foot, Tori pulls up with the right hand, pulls diagonally upward with the left hand raising the elbow, and lifts Uke onto the tip of his right foot, thereby breaking his balance.
Tori steps his right foot inside Ukes right foot, and pivoting, he opens his body to the left and steps his left foot back and round, while inserting his right arm through Ukes right armpit. Tori pulls with the left hand with his upper arm on Ukes armpit. Tori brings his upper arm (near the shoulder) tight against Ukes right armpit, and his back and waist tight against Ukes abdomen and the front of his waist. If Tori does not maintain firmness in this state, a space will open between them, and he will not be able to execute the loading action.
At this moment, Toris feet are positioned inside both of Ukes feet. Tori maintains a straight upper body, while bending both knees deeply and lowering the body.
When Tori loads Uke onto his back, he should simultaneously straighten both knees viorously in a single breath, lean forward deeply (with his upper body), and pull with both hans all in one combines movement, throwing Uke with the momentum from inserting the right arm under Ukes armpit and from turning the body to the left.
The importance of physical contact between both bodies has been explained, but if Tori hols the middle of Ukes sleeve, the drawing action can easily be made redundant.
In this case, Tori can draw by gripping Ukes right front collar from over Ukes right arm with his left hand and control Ukes right arm from above.
If Uke responds at this moment by beginning to turn toward the right, Tori loads Uke onto his back while controlling Ukes right hip with his right arm, and throws him.