Harai makikomi video
Info about "Harai makikomi video"
Harai Makikomi is a side sacrifice in judo. It is one of the techniques adopted later by the Kodokan into their Shinmeisho No Waza (newly accepted techniques) list. It is categorized as a side sacrifice technique, yoko sutemi. 
Makikomi, often seen written as maki-komi (though seen as makikomi by the Kodokan) is a winding movement that is characterised by the tsurite not being used, instead the arm is over the top of the ukes head. Tori then pulls round with the hikite and winds round and to the floor in a sutemi-action. Makikomi is categorised as a yoko sutemi waza, but is allowed in junior contest as the start of the throw is not initiated by the sutemi-action. Close contact ensures an immediate transition into ne waza with uke crushed to the floor underneath tori.
As in soto makikomi, the tori’s leg blocks ukes leg from moving and potentially escaping the technique, however this time it is lifted and sweeps the uke as in a harai goshi movement. This creates a much bigger lift and throw into the air before uke is slammed into the tatami. 
From Wikipedia  and Akitas Judo